Twelve men were chosen from 150 applicants to receive commissions from the Fromm Music Foundation at Harvard University. The $10,000 commissions form one of the foundation’s primary programs and aim “to strengthen composition, the vital source of musical culture, and to bring contemporary concert music closer to the public.” The recipients of the 2002 Fromm […]
The establishment of the Sylvia Goldstein Award award was announced at Lincoln Center‘s Clark Studio on February 10 to mark the one-year anniversary of the death of Ms. Goldstein, a tireless advocate who supported the careers of three generations of American composers during a half century in the music business.
From Bing to Babbitt, the 50 recordings inducted into the National Recording Registry represent a truly a diverse bunch. At the end of January, the Librarian of Congress James H. Billington announced the inaugural 50 recordings that were to be inducted into the National Recording Registry. The Registry was established at the Library of Congress […]
The hills of the Bay Area are alive with new music The Wallace Alexander Gerbode Foundation commissioned 6 Northern California composers to create works for six nonprofit performer and producing organizations based in the San Francisco Bay Area. Originally intended to be for $25,000, additional funds provided by the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation doubled […]