To Access the List: Log on to http://www.newmusicjukebox.org. Click on the Advanced Search link, then click on “Search by Ensemble”. On the resulting page, enter “9/11″ (without the quotes) in the “Keyword” field, and then select the “Ensemble Type” by making a selection from the drop-down menu. Click the “Submit” button, and note the number […]
A rendering of the interior of Zankel Hall A crowd of media personnel and industry professionals filled the newly completed Judy and Arthur Zankel Hall at Carnegie Hall yesterday for its inaugural concert. A diverse selection of repertoire performed by Emanuel Ax, Renée Fleming, the Kenny Barron Quintet, the Fula Flute Ensemble, and a group […]
Akademie Schloss Solitude in Stuttgart While Porsche and Mercedes-Benz may be the most well known names to come out of Stuttgart, Germany, Akademie Schloss Solitude is looking to change that. Founded in 1990, the Akademie has quickly propelled itself to one of the most sought after residencies for young artists from all over the world. […]
Pascal LeBoeuf and Fred Sturm will compose works honoring Quincy Jones for the 2004 IAJE Conference For the seventh time, the International Association for Jazz Education (IAJE) and the American Society for Composers, Authors, and Publishers (ASCAP) have joined forces to commission new works for jazz ensemble, one by an established jazz composer and one […]
A group of scholars, musicians, and composers gather for three days of papers, panel discussions, concerts, and socializing.
Martha Sullivan The Dale Warland Singers announced New York-based composer and singer Martha Sullivan the winner of the 2003 Choral VenturesTM program. Sullivan was selected from over 150 applicants from 36 states to receive a commission for a 10-15 minute work to be performed by the Dale Warland Singers during their 2003-04 season, which will […]
Nine composers will soon have an extra stamp in their passport thanks in part to Meet The Composer‘s newest grant-making program, Global Connections. As the name suggests, the program aims to foster intercultural collaboration between composers and music organizations worldwide, and in the coming year, the nine recipients will appear at events on 4 continents. […]
ACADEMIA: Carlos Sanchez-Gutierrez Appointed to Eastman Composition Faculty The Eastman School of Music has appointed composer Carlos Sanchez-Gutierrez to its faculty as associate professor of composition, effective July 1, 2003. Dr. Sanchez-Gutierrez comes to Eastman from the faculty of San Francisco State University, where he taught theory and composition since 1995. Born in Mexico City, […]