The Inside Story: Clare Shore and MOTO QUARTO

Clare Shore, the second woman to earn the Doctor of Musical Arts degree in Composition from The Juilliard School, has received critical acclaim for her works, with reviewers from The New York Times, New York Post, Boston Globe, Washington Post, and others hailing her works as "provocative," "immensely dramatic," "unpretentious," "ingenious and evocative," "intriguing," and... Continue Reading →

The Inside Story: David Nisbet Stewart and MOTO QUARTO

David Nisbet Stewart is a composer, pianist, and organist. His career began in academia and migrated into computer technology from 1979 onward. His style of composing also changed as he pursued a new occupation. David believes that leaving academia for the business world was a great benefit to his art. Music is the business of entertaining. The composer,... Continue Reading →

The Inside Story: Robert McCormick and SOLI FOR TUBA, ZHENG, HORN, WITH PERCUSSION

Performer and educator Robert McCormick is the director of the McCormick Percussion Group, recognized by composers and aficionados throughout the world for their creative interpretations and recordings that are decidedly out of the mainstream of percussion literature. The MPG often collaborates with guest non-percussion performers to explore and develop new trends of compositional thought. Among... Continue Reading →

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