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Noteworthy Sheet Music

The legendary Aardvark Jazz Orchestra has released its 16th CD, “Faces of Souls”, featuring seven compositions by Mark Harvey, Aardvark’s renowned founder and bandleader. Info & CDs available at Noteworthy Sheet Music.


In July 2020, I developed Sacramento Summer Music, an educational program which focused on under-represented composers including composers of the African Diaspora.  To view this program and others, visit Sacramento Summer Music on Youtube.

Devin Gray Music

27 Licks (feat. Gerald Cleaver) out Friday October 2nd on Rataplan Records NYC!


A long time drum duet project between old friends, and master drummer Gerald Cleaver!


2021 Techne Music Festival

June 12th - 16th 

Moravian College in Bethlehem, PA

Chamber Music coaching, masterclasses, lectures. 

All students who are accepted recieve full-tuition scholarships 

Peter Winograd and Timothy Schwarz, violins; Sheila Browne, viola; Lawrence Stomberg, cello



Cynthia Cozette Lee’s moving Adea opera excerpt How Will I Tell The Children has received over 270 views on YouTube on the Eastern Region NANM Week video. Visit the following url to see this exciting performance:


The Calyx Trio is awarded its second Classical Commissioning Grant from Chamber Music America!  Thrilled to be working with James Lee, III and will premiere his new work for trio in 2021-2022.

Altius Quartet

Boulder, Colorado-The Altius Quartet (AQ) announces the appointment of violinist, Hannah Kennedy, and violist, Allyson Stibbards; replacing Joshua Ulrich and Andrew Krimm who have both chosen to pursue other interests.

AQ looks forward to pursuing special projects to serve the communities in the Boulder/Denver area and beyond!


Announcing Left Coast Chamber Ensemble's 28th Season!

Broadcasting a virtual season of the highest quality, free-of-charge, centering contemporary music in conversation with works of eras past.

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Carpe Diem String Quartet appoints new cellist, Ariana Nelson. Based in Houston as a member of the Houston Grand Opera Orchestra, Ariana is a graduate of Juilliard School and Rice University.


Carpe Diem String Quartet is excited to announce the appointment of our new cellist Ariana Nelson! Despite the challenges of Covid-19, we serendipitously had the chance to rehearse and perform with Ariana. Welcome, Ari, to the Carpe Diem family!