Ready for New Music in July?

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We’re getting ready to kick-off the second half of the year with new music featuring debut artists like Véronique Mathieu; fan-favorites like Piffaro; as well as experimental music, re-releases and more. Help create buzz by following our promotion on our Facebook event: Ready for New Music in July?

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ARGOT  | Véronique Mathieu

Véronique Mathieu’s ARGOT is a spectacular demonstration of her abilities as a violinist with a unique array of violin-centric works strengths of twentieth-century modernist composers.


 

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BACK BEFORE BACH  |  Piffaro, The Renaissance Band

The Philadelphia-based ‘Renaissance band’ Piffaro presents an exceptional compendium of sixteenth and early seventeenth century German and Franco-Flemish music.


 

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THE SEA KNOWS  |  Michael Kurek

Composer Michael Kurek presents a charming collection of works that are a tonal idiom reminiscent of the great melodist of the early 20th century.


 

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ASCEND  |  Society of Composers, Inc. 

The latest collection of works by Society of Composers, Inc., is an enthralling showcase of leading composers and performers from around the world.


 

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WOEFULLY ARRAYED  |  Jonathan Little

Sacred and secular choral works by composer Jonathan Little showcasing intricate “polychoral” techniques such as multi-part, multi-divisi, solo, echo and spatial effects.


 

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SUFFICIENT TROUBLE  |  Brian Belet

Composer and performer Brian Belet offers a selection of computer music composed over the last twenty years, featuring acoustic instruments and responsive electronic materials.


 

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TURNING TO THE CENTER  |  Phillip Schroeder

A subdued, atmospheric tour de force of songs written primarily for an ensemble of baritone voice, clarinet, and keyboards that feature texts by Walt Whitman, Mark Twain, and Rumi.

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