The Inside Story: Mira Spektor and DAYTIME & NIGHT SONGS

Hailed by the New York Times as “An interesting composer” and “attractive and tonal” with music described as “a passionate duet” and “a sprightly songfest,” prolific contemporary composer Mira J. Spektor’s career spans decades, languages, and disciplines. With a compositional repertoire including chamber operas, musicals, film scores, art songs, and cabaret, Mira has written English, French, and... Continue Reading →

Conversations with Ergon Ensemble

Ergon Ensemble is an Athens-based contemporary music ensemble created in 2008 for performing works by living composers as well as masterpieces of 20th and 21st-century avant-garde music. Noted for its exciting interpretations and meticulous preparation, it has received praise from critics and audiences alike, making it the leading ensemble of its kind in Greece. In... Continue Reading →

¡Clásica! Hispanic Heritage Month

51 years ago marked the first celebration of what is now known as Hispanic Heritage Month. Running from September 15 to October 15, around the independence day anniversaries of Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Mexico, and Chile, Hispanic Heritage Month celebrates the “histories, cultures, and contributions” of Hispanic people and groups to the... Continue Reading →

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