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With back-to-back workshop guest appearances by Artistic Director and Conductor of Alarm Will Sound Alan Pierson and Professor of Conducting and Chair of the Conducting and Ensembles Department at the University of Rochester's Eastman School of Music Mark Scatterday, the New York Youth Symphony Composition Program is now fully in session in the ASCAP Board Room.
Commissioned by ASCAP for its upcoming 100th birthday, the short film provides an intimate look into the hearts, minds and musical gifts of 15 of today's top songwriters and composers, and features an unprecedented collaborative musical score.
Breuer and Schleifer have collaborated on a new musical work billed as a Bunraku Puppet Pop-Opera, and which The New York Times has described as “A comic spectacle… an acid trip collage of philosophy, mythology and lyric poetry.”
Composer-guitarist Bryce Dessner is best known for his work with The National, as well as being a founding member of Clogs and creator-curator of Cincinnati's acclaimed MusicNOW festival. In Aheym, the renowned Kronos Quartet plays four pieces composed by Dessner. Listen to Dessner discuss Aheym in this ASCAP Audio Portrait.
A pair of concerts featuring world premieres took place this November that attracted both contemporary music and early music devotees. They were hosted at the DiMenna Center for Classical Music in Manhattan and at Waltz-Astoria.
As part of Symphony Space’s, In the Salon Series, a special evening devoted to chamber music of Krzysztof Penderecki was lent added distinction by the presence of Poland's legendary composer at the sold-out concert. The entire concert is available to stream on the WQXR website.
Copland House and the Jacob Burns Film Center joined forces in Pleasantville, NY with a festival highlighting films scored by Aaron Copland, capped off by a final day concert of Copland chamber works at Copland House’s Merestead Estate in Mt. Kisco, NY.
Under the rubric AOP25: Celebrating Composers & the Voice, The Phoenix Concerts recently joined forces with American Opera Projects to provide an exhilarating display of sparkling, innovative vocal music.
Sponsored by The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the residency is a professional development program that “fosters tomorrow’s American operatic masterpieces through personalized creative development and intensive, hands-on composition opportunities.”
Copland House has announced that eight gifted American composers from five states and Great Britain have been selected for coveted, all-expenses-paid residencies during the 2013-14 season at Aaron Copland’s National Historic Landmark home in New York’s lower Hudson Valley. Five of these eight are ASCAP members.
“A social gathering with literary or artistic overtones,” is one of the many short dictionary definitions of the Spanish-rooted term tertúlia. Tertulia also happens to be a fitting name for a recently formed chamber music series enlivening the New York chamber music scene.
Hans Zimmer was a big winner at the 2013 Classic BRIT Awards, held October 2nd at the Royal Albert Hall in London. The superstar ASCAP composer earned two trophies at the ceremony: Composer of the Year (on the basis of his scores for The Dark Knight Rises and Man of Steel) and the Outstanding Contribution to Music Award.
Pandora has launched an aggressive campaign to pay songwriters and composers less. Add your name to our petition asking incoming Pandora CEO Brian McAndrews to stop attacking songwriters, and share the message on Twitter and Facebook.