Kent Tritle, Conductor   |   latest news   |   photos   |   bio “New York’s leading choral conductor”   –The New Yorker Kent Tritle is one of America’s leading choral conductors. Called “the brightest star in New York’s choral music world” by The New York Times, he is in his fourth season as Director of Cathedral Music and […]

Ellen Taaffe Zwilich, Composer   |   photos   |   latest news   |   full bio   |   short bio   |   press kit “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 […]

George London Foundation for Singers   |   latest news  |  photos “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.” The George London […]

Robert Paterson, Composer   |  latest news   |   photo   |   bio “Robert Paterson could probably set a telephone book to music and create something that captivates.”  ~Gramophone Robert Paterson’s music has been praised for its elegance, wit, rhythmic vitality, and wonderful sense of color that “often seems to shimmer.”  In the 2016-17 season he will have the first […]

Versoi Ensemble – “Cultural diplomacy through chamber music” – Debut of a New International Group

press release  |   photos In the summer of 2017,  two of the top performing arts schools in the world partnered to create a high-profile hands-across-the-water collaboration: a joint-orchestra comprised of musicians representing both The Juilliard School of New York and the Sibelius Academy of Helsinki. Led by superstar conductor (and Sibelius Academy alumnus) Esa-Pekka […]

Great Music at St. Bart’s

Presented by the Mid-Manhattan Performing Arts Foundation latest news  |  photos  | Great Music at St. Bart’s, the concert series produced by the Mid-Manhattan Performing Arts Foundation (MMPAF), for the past seven years has presented music in St. Bartholomew’s Church, a parish of the Episcopal Diocese of New York located in the heart of […]

Oratorio Society of New York   |   latest news   |   photo   |   video “The Oratorio Society has held the line for choral grandeur”   –The New York Times Since its founding in 1873, the OSNY, New York’s own 200-voice avocational chorus, has become the city’s standard for grand, joyous choral performance. “The sheer energy of the Society’s sound had […]

Bridgehampton Chamber Music Festival    |   latest news   |   photos “This impressive festival balances the tried and true with the adventurous and mixes established performers with rising talent.”   -The New York Times In the 31 years since its founding, the Bridgehampton Chamber Music Festival has become known for presenting a broad range of music performed by some […]

Eric Moe – Uncanny Affable Machines

press release  |  photos  |  bio  |  CD booklet  | Uncanny Affable Machines New Focus Recordings album page with sound clips Ask composer Eric Moe, whose work has been described by others as “music of winning exuberance” and “maximal minimalism,” to describe his music, and he writes, “Although the surfaces and genres are varied, my works […]

Angela & Jennifer Chun, Violin Duo

press release  |  photos  | When Jonah Bokaer Choreography celebrates its 15th anniversary as a dance company with a debut at The Joyce Theater, New York’s famed dance venue, the presentation will be designed by renowned architect Diller Scofidio + Renfro principal Charles Renfro, and will feature the world premiere of a new work choreographed by […]

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