• “Robert Paterson could probably set a telephone book to music and create something that captivates.”  ~Gramophone

    On Robert Paterson, Composer
  • “New York’s leading choral conductor”   The New Yorker

    On Kent Tritle, Conductor
  • “The Oratorio Society has held the line for choral grandeur”   The New York Times

    On Oratorio Society of New York
  • “The annual [George London Foundation] competition continues to be conducted with dignity, class and an aura of discovery by London’s widow, Nora, whose abiding respect for singers, love of the singing voice and admiration for her husband’s incomparable career pervade the whole valuable enterprise.”    MusicalAmerica.com

    On George London Foundation for Singers
  • “This impressive festival balances the tried and true with the adventurous and mixes established performers
    with rising talent.”    The New York Times

    On Bridgehampton Chamber Music Festival
  • “Chiu is a stunningly virtuosic pianist with a dynamic range that almost defies the capabilities of modern recording techniques…”   BBC Music Magazine

    On Frederic Chiu, Pianist
  • “There are not many composers in the modern world who possess the lucky combination of writing music of substance and at the same time exercising an immediate appeal to mixed audiences. Zwilich offers this happy combination of purely technical excellence and a distinct power of communication.”
    Baker’s Biographical Dictionary of Musicians
    (8th edition)

    On Ellen Taaffe Zwilich, Composer

 a video of the seven-minute “Wordplay,” a pas de deux by Claudia Schreier set to Ellen Taaffe Zwilich’s Quintet
for Violin, Viola, Cello, Contrabass & Piano (2011), that premiered as part of the Joyce Theater’s 2017 Ballet Festival.


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