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Elizabeth Austin music featured on WRUW-FM 9.1. Cleveland, May 20th
Music of Frederick Tillis, Kontras Quartet, May 13 and 23
Music of H. Leslie Adams, Florence Price, Libby Larsen, and more, with Baltimore Musicales, June 2
John Eaton - new album release - El Divino Narciso and Sor Juana Songs, March 30th
Album Release by Three Free Radicals, music of Scott L. Miller, may 17
H. Leslie Adams duo arrangement of Heart of a Woman, to be performed in Paris, April 27
Life's Work: Songs of American Composers, on love and life; April 22
Margaret Mills solo recital - works by Schumann, Debussy, Schober, Wilson, April 28
League of Composers Orchestra, season finale, music of Louis Karchin, Martin Boykan, Thea Musgrave, Friedrich Heinrich Kern, June 1
Andrew Ardizzoia - "A Certain Stunned Muteness" at James Madison University, April 12
Cameron-Wolfe’s Lilith at Pomona College – Sunday, April 28
Whitman Songs by Darleen Mitchell, to be performed at SCI conference, April 12
Official re-naming - The Robert Ceely Electronic Music Studio at NEC, April 17
“Why am I Called to Speak?” -- New Lowens Room Exhibit at Michelle Smith Performing Arts Library Explores Dorothy Rudd Moore’s opera Frederick Douglass
John Eaton's Legacy - In celebration with music of John Eaton, Richard Cameron-Wolfe, Judith Sainte Croix, and more, March 30
Tenth Intervention plays music of Beth Wiemann, Nathan Hall, Daniel Tacke, Matthew Welch, May 2
Philip Carlsen's Susurrus for solo marimba, at Berklee College of Music, March 29
Music of Richard Brooks, Peri Mauer, David Mecionis, and much more, NYCC, March 19
Music of Scott Miller, Hubert Howe, and John Gibson among many others at SEAMUS national conference in Boston, March 21-23
NYVS performs choral music of Louis Karchin, Thea Musgrave, and more, April 13
Robert Gibson - world premiere of Night Eats Color, with Inscape Ensemble, April 7
ISB 2019 will feature Robert Gibson's quartet for double basses - Soundings
Louis Karchin - new album released on New Focus Recordings, March 22
David Froom's Petali Di Gelsomino - New York Premiere with North/South Consonance - March 17
Walt Whitman's upcoming Bicentennial highlights music by American composers

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