Galbraith: FESTIVAL OVERTURE *WORLD PREMIERE*

Concert: Galbraith: FESTIVAL OVERTURE *WORLD PREMIERE* Start Time: 00:00:00 Date: 2018-08-09 End Time: 00:00:00 Location: Columbia Flute Choir Link: http://www.nfaonline.org/Annual-Convention/2018/Schedule.aspx#Thursday Concert Information: Sharyn Byer, conductor 2018 National Flute Association Convention Orlando, FL Read more »

Galbraith: FESTIVE OVERTURE FOR CELLOS *WORLD PREMIERE*

Concert: Galbraith: FESTIVE OVERTURE FOR CELLOS *WORLD PREMIERE* Start Time: 00:00:00 Date: 2018-05-05 End Time: 00:00:00 Location: Festival Cello Choir Link: http://www.andrew.cmu.edu/user/ngal/z-festiveoverture.htm Concert Information: Anne Martindale Williams, director Pittsburgh Cello Fest Kresge Theater Carnegie Mellon University Pittsburgh, PA Read more »

Galbraith: RUSTIC BREEZES *WORLD PREMIERE*

Concert: Galbraith: RUSTIC BREEZES *WORLD PREMIERE* Start Time: 00:00:00 Date: 2018-06-08 End Time: 00:00:00 Location: Stephen Schultz, Baroque flute; Galax Quartet Link: http://www.berkeleyfestival.org/galax-quartet-with-guests/ Concert Information: Berkeley Festival & Exhibition UC Berkeley Art Museum Berkeley, CA Read more »

Galbraith: RHYTHMS AND RITUALS

Concert: Galbraith: RHYTHMS AND RITUALS Start Time: 00:00:00 Date: 2017-11-16 End Time: 00:00:00 Location: Luz Manriquez, piano; Pittsburgh Symphony Woodwind Quintet Link: http://music.cmu.edu/events/800 Concert Information: Carnegie Mellon Chamber Music Series Kresge Theatre, College of Fine Arts Pittsburgh, PA Read more »

Galbraith: A Fun Piece to Play

“Nancy Galbraith’s Piano Sonata No. 2 is a fun piece to play.” On June 9, soloist Eric Fung premieres Galbraith’s new Piano Sonata No. 2 at Lebanon Valley College (Anneville, PA). The three-movement, 15-minute work was commissioned by the 2017 Pennsylvania Music Teachers Association State Conference, which will feature the first performance. Fung continues. “The […] Read more »

Galbraith: In Constant Motion

“Nancy Galbraith’s Missa Mysteriorum is a choral score in constant motion.” — Adam Waite On April 30, Adam Waite — Minister of Music, Montview Boulevard Presbyterian Church — leads the orchestral premiere of Galbraith’s Missa Mysteriorum in Denver, CO. Originally scored for SATB choir and wind ensemble, Missa Mysteriorum (Mass of the Mysteries) is a […] Read more »

May is National Chamber Music Month!

It’s May again – and it’s National Chamber Music Month! Join Chamber Music America for National Chamber Music Month. Designated by CMA, the month-long celebration highlights the many diverse styles of small ensemble music performed and presented in the U.S., and raises national public awareness of the vibrant chamber music field. Subito Music is partnering […] Read more »

Galbraith: Groovy and Acrobatic

“I consider it an enormous privilege to bring to life the groovy and acrobatic music of Nancy Galbraith.” On the eve of the February 8 world premiere of Galbraith’s Violin Concerto No. 1, soloist Alyssa Wang introduces us to the composer’s newest orchestral work. Daniel Nesta Curtis leads the Carnegie Mellon Contemporary Ensemble (Pittsburgh, PA) […] Read more »

Galbraith: Inspired by Her Music

  “I’ve known Nancy Galbraith for over two decades, beginning as a high-school composition student; and I have  been continually inspired by her music.” So notes conductor Maria Sensi Sellner on the eve of Resonance Works’ (Pittsburgh, PA) September 23 performance of Galbraith’s Effervescent Air, and the world premiere of the new orchestral version of […] Read more »