Subito Music Announces Exclusive Distribution of Peermusic Classical Rental Catalog

Monday June 27, 2011, Verona, NJ: Subito Music Corporation is pleased to announce its new exclusive rental distribution of Peermusic Classical for the Western Hemisphere. Effective immediately, Subito Music Corporation is the exclusive agent for Peermusic Classical’s impressive library of over 1,000 rental works. Stephen Culbertson, founder and President of Subito Music Corporation, comments: “We […] Read more »

The Most Cherished Memories

It’s hard to believe that ten years have gone by since the 9/11 tragedy. Music has played such an important role in comforting, remembering, and in moving forward. As we pause again to commemorate those who were lost, Stanley Silverman offers his own tribute when the Kalichstein-Laredo-Robinson Trio gives the world premiere of his Trio […] Read more »

Roberto Sierra

“[Roberto Sierra’s] music is extremely appealing,” shared Music from Angel Fire festival artistic director Ida Kavafian on the eve of the festival’s August 24, 2011 premiere of Sierra’s Fuego de ángel. Commissioned by the festival, and scored for piano and strings, the 17-minute chamber work was performed by the Opus One ensemble. Kavafian noted that […] Read more »

“Extra-musical” Inspiration

This summer, Dan Locklair traveled around the Mediterranean. This fall, he’s traveling again — first for a composer residency and September 17th performance of Dreamsteps at the Carolina Chamber Music Festival in New Bern, NC, followed by a trip in October to New York for the world premiere of Trumpets of Light on October 23rd. […] Read more »

DBR “Dances” at BAM

“Symphonic music has always had an element of ‘dance’ in it….” And so, Daniel Bernard Roumain (DBR) invites audiences to take the floor with him at BAM’s Next Wave Festival, where, on October 13th — 15th, his Symphony for the Dance Floor receives its New York premiere. Directed by D.J. Mendel, Symphony for the Dance […] Read more »

Exciting to Choreograph!

“Paul Moravec is a wonderful composer.” That’s what Richard Weiss, artistic director of the Carolina Ballet said about Moravec on the eve of the Carolina Ballet’s revival of “The Time Gallery” which opens on September 15, 2011. Originally premiered in fall 2008, “Time Gallery” runs through October 2, 2011 for 11 performances. Weiss continues, “A […] Read more »