The Shelter Recordings

Shelter Recordings
Clockwise from upper left:  Andrea Lodge, Ran Cheng & Eliot Heaton, Aaron Larget-Caplan, Clare Longendyke, Peter Nelson-King, and Jay Sorce.
 

World Premiere, Shelter Recordings:

Leon Stein - Sonatina for Two Violins (Eliot Heaton & Ran Cheng, violins)

Andrew Ardizzoia - Rocking Song (Peter Nelson-King, voice)

Vladimir Ussachevsky - Autumn I and II - Two Autumn Songs (Peter Nelson-King, voice and piano)

Steven Christopher Sacco - Little Piece in Quarter Notes (Steven Christopher Sacco, piano)

Edward Jacobs - On Balance (Eliot Heaton & Ran Cheng, violins)

Frederic Goossen - Six Chorales for Organ (Carson Cooman, organ)

Donald Wilson - Icicles (Clare Longendyke, piano)

Donald Wilson - Nocturne (Clare Longendyke, piano)

Robert Helps - A Mixture of Time (Jay Sorce, guitar; Andrea Lodge, piano)

Lawrence Dillon - Solitude (Marina Kifferstein, violin)

Robert Carl - Growth Fugue (Quartet ES)

 

Use the button below for contributions to help us create more Shelter Recordings.  100% of contributions we receive for this project are used to pay musicians directly. Support in-home premiere recordings of music by American composers from tour vast catalog of music at composers.com. We take requests! 

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March 27, 2020

Update May 8, 2020

As the coronavirus pandemic continues to cancel live performances across the world, the music community suffers a major blow to its livelihood. Freelance performers find themselves suddenly without necessary performance income expected this year. In response, ACA's initiative to support players sheltering at home is underway: The Shelter Recordings.

Professional musicians sheltering at home are invited to select works to record from the ACA catalog. We will work with the musicians to create premiere recordings using equipment they have on hand. These are DIY, not in-studio recordings., and must be made during the artist's quarantine period. Artists are invited to select up to 2 pieces for this project. Fees are paid via Venmo, Paypal, or Chase Pay, usually in the range of $100-200 per piece.

The recorded repertoire comes from two sources: works from ACA's legacy program, and works by active ACA composers selected in an ongoing call-for scores. Contributions received will go directly to players'  fees. As projects are completed, they will appear in the list above.

Artists are invited to inquire or apply using the webform here.

Our warmest thanks for your support of this program, which is allowing us to continue collaborating with the new music community. Contributions to ACA are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law. ACA is a public non-profit 501(c)(3) organization in the state of New York.