Music Without Borders

With over 7 billion people, and many being an artist in some way, the world is a canvas for ideas in music, visual arts, cooking, dance, and countless other creative mediums. With each region offering its own distinct flare, the opportunity to discover something new is endless. We recently handpicked a selection of works from... Continue Reading →

The Inside Story: Beth Mehocic and BENEATH THE TIDE

Beth Mehocic is a composer, poet, visual artist, filmmaker, and author. She is currently the Music Director/Composer-in-Residence and full professor for the Department of Dance at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Beth has written over 100 works for orchestra, concert band, chamber music, dance ensembles, theatre, and film, and her works have been performed... Continue Reading →

The Inside Story: Yoko Hirota and SCHOENBERG PIANO MUSIC AND HIS 17 FRAGMENTS

Having been praised by the press as “precise and keenly projective” and demonstrating “the highest level of proficiency,” Japanese-Canadian pianist Yoko Hirota is considered one of the leading interpreters of contemporary piano repertory of her generation. Yoko received her doctoral degree in piano performance under Louis-Philippe Pelletier at McGill University. She is a strong advocate of contemporary music,... Continue Reading →

The Inside Story: John Dante Prevedini and SUSTAIN

John Dante Prevedini is a composer, educator, and public speaker hailing from Connecticut and active throughout Southern New England. Drawing upon a variety of fields of knowledge (including linguistics, the fine arts, the physical sciences, religion, and philosophy), his work aims to examine unconventional facets of everyday life through a multidisciplinary lens. His output of... Continue Reading →

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