Catching up with Daniel Bernard Roumain (DBR)

DBR’s Busy Summer Schedule It’s mid-July and we thought we’d check in with Daniel Bernard Roumain (DBR) to see what he’s up to after a busy spring. DBR had a world premiere of a new ballet – “Home in 7” for the Atlanta Ballet choreographed by Amy Seiwert; a NY premiere of Harvest by the […] Read more »

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NYC Premiere for Judith Lang Zaimont this Summer

New York City Premiere of Judith Lang Zaimont’s String Quartet “The Figure” If you’re in NYC on Sunday July 24th, stop by the Museum of Modern Art’s “Summergarden” free concert series to hear the New York premiere of Judith Lang Zaimont’s String Quartet “The Figure,” performed by The New Juilliard Ensemble led by Joel Sachs. […] Read more »

Composer Spotlight: Paul Moravec

What’s Composer Paul Moravec up to this Summer? Paul Moravec kicked off his busy summer itinerary at the Spoleto Festival in Charleston, where his 45-minute chamber work, The Time Gallery , was featured in John Kennedy’s Music in Time (MIT) Series. From South Carolina, the Pulitzer Prize-winner headed out to the mountains of New Hampshire, […] Read more »

Busy Summer Ahead for Dan Locklair

Composer Dan Locklair has a Full Schedule this Summer 2011 Summer 2011 promises to keep Subito composer Dan Locklair busy, as he juggles world premieres, composer residencies, working on new commissions, and award-winning citations! Recently, Dan Locklair’s Preces and Responses was featured during the 39th Annual Choirmaster’s Conference held at St. Thomas Church Fifth Avenue […] Read more »