Event expected to have an economic impact on the city estimated at $35-40 million.
Copland House Residencies; Glass To Keynote Opera Conference 2002; Music Library Association 2002 Awards & Elections.
An interview with the author of New York Is Now!: The New Wave of Free Jazz
Copyright attorney, music industry veteran, and AMC board member Jim Kendrick has been named acting president of European American Music Distributors Limited Liability Corporation (EAMDLLC) , formerly European American Music Distibutors Corporation (EAMDC). The restructuring follows the unexpected death of longtime European American Music head Ronald Freed on February 20. One of the company’s founding […]
A total of $35,000 has been granted to 33 composers through the AMC‘s Margaret Fairbank Jory Copying Assistance Program (CAP). The awardees, American composers ranging in age from 25 to 83, received the funding to support the production of materials for a premiere performance. Half of this round’s recipients are first-time grantees of the CAP […]
Masterprize, the international composers’ competition, has announced new partnerships with Classic FM and Gramophone. They will join with the London Symphony Orchestra and EMI to present the third competition which will commence in the spring of 2002. In addition, conductor Mariss Jansons has accepted the position of Artistic Adviser to the competition, taking charge of […]
Composers Christopher Rouse and Joseph Schwantner have been elected to membership in the American Academy of Arts and Letters. John Hollander, Secretary of the academy, will induct them, along with three new artists and four new writers, at the academy’s annual Ceremonial in May. Reached shortly after the announcement and still reeling from his recent […]