Sierra: Always Fascinating

“Antonio Soler’s ‘Fandango’ for keyboard has always fascinated me.” Composer Roberto Sierra shares his creative insight into his popular work Fandangos, as the Wichita Symphony prepares to present it on February 17 and 18. Music director Daniel Hege conducts the work on the orchestra’s “Classics” series. The 12-minute piece was commissioned by the National Symphony […] Read more »

Moravec: Profoundly Rewarding

“Paul Moravec’s Mass in D [is a] demanding piece [that is] profoundly rewarding.” Bach Festival Society (Winter Park, FL) music director Dr. John Sinclair shares some thoughts about Moravec’s music before the ensemble’s upcoming February 17 portrait concert. The program also features two additional choral works: I Will Fear No Evil and Songs of Love and War. […] Read more »

Sierra: Fandangos (Version for Band)

Concert: Sierra: Fandangos (Version for Band) Start Time: 00:00:00 Date: 2018-03-09 End Time: 00:00:00 Location: University of Michigan Symphony Band Link: Concert Information: Michael Haithcock, conductor Hill Auditorium University of Michgan Ann Arbor, MI Read more »


Concert: Sierra: CAPRICHOS Start Time: 00:00:00 Date: 2018-01-27 End Time: 00:00:00 Location: RTVE Chamber Ensemble Link: Concert Information: “Innovative Sound” Raúl Benavent, conductor Madrid, Spain Read more »


Concert: Sierra – CONCERTO FOR SAXOPHONES (BAND VERSION) *WORLD PREMIERE* (Scatterday, arr.) Start Time: 00:00:00 Date: 2018-02-05 End Time: 00:00:00 Location: James Carter, saxophones; Eastman Wind Ensemble Link: Concert Information: Mark Scatterday, conductor Kodak Hall, Eastman Theatre Rochester, NY Read more »