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Jessica Jacobs to sing Karl Weigl's Five Songs for String Quartet and Soprano with Symphony Nova, April 7th
The U.S. Army Band hosts African American composers at NMAAH in Washington DC, Feb. 26th
l'Orchestre de Flûtes Français "OFF" performs music of Harvey Sollberger, Feb. 27
African American Art Song Alliance - University of California Irvine, Feb. 9-12
Ein Stelldichein for Soprano and String Sextet by Karl Weigl, at Folkets Hus, Trollhattan, Sweden, Feb. 25
Austin Chamber Music features Black Composers Concert, Feb 12
Infinity Avenue - music of Robert Carl at Real Art Ways in Hartford, Feb. 5
Faculty Artist Series at Eastman - Music of Louis Karchin, David Liptak, Leo Kraft, Victoria Bond, and more, Jan. 29
Mannes Faculty Composers Concert, Music of Steven Sacco and Eleanor Cory, Jan. 21
David Liptak's CONSTELLATIONS to be performed in Miami, Jan. 17
Time Refracted by Richard Cameron-Wolfe - performances Feb. 7, 10
Matthew Davidson's Magyar Rondo, performed by violist Rudolf Haken, Feb. 4th
Birthday of composer Frederick Tillis celebration on NEPR Radio, Jan. 5
Doug Harbin's Mark Twain Quotes for soprano duet, Portraits of Women Album
Ensemble U from Estonia - live in New York City with music of Scott L. Miller, Heather Stebbins, and more
Dellaira's The Death of Webern one of the “5 Best New Works of 2016" - Opera News
Serenity in Canada and in Russia
Scott Joplin upcoming Centenary year brings performances of his opera, Treemonisha
Robert Carl - What's Underfoot for 17 players, premiere Dec. 7th
High Praise for Louis Karchin's Jane Eyre "warmth, beauty" - Center for Contemporary Opera
Mark Thome's IN THE PAST receives premiere by Student Orchestras of Greater Olympia
Louis Karchin - premiere performances Jan. 29, March 15
Louis Karchin's Dreamscape - World Premiere in Venice, Nov. 19th
New work for Strings and Hammers, by David Liptak - at Madrid Festival, Nov 23-24
Bassist Hervé Rémond performs "Mr. T His Fancy" by Barney Childs

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