Stubblefield: Composer’s Corner Q & A

In this edition of “Composer’s Corner,” we introduce you to Roger Stubblefield – one of many composers represented by Subito Music Distribution (SMD) (a division of Subito Music). The SMD program is Subito’s distribution service for independent, self-published composers. Stubblefield is a New Jersey-based composer, conductor and active tuba player in the New York Tri-State […] Read more »

Silverman: Composer’s Corner Q & A

Welcome back to Subito’s “Composer’s Corner” series, our informal composer-chat sessions. This edition features Faye-Ellen Silverman – composer, pianist, educator, lecturer, reviewer, and contributer to several scholarly projects. She shares some thoughts about using Zoom, composing during a pandemic, upcoming premieres, having her music featured in a film, and offering advice to young musicians — […] Read more »

Zaimont: In Darkness Veiled Premieres

“I composed In Darkness Veiled during the early months of the Covid pandemic lockdown. My new variation is a pianistic nocturne in three panels with a tempestuous middle. The work is lush in its textures with hints of the tune’s motives – which cover all registers – and evaporates upward at the close.” – Judith […] Read more »

Lee: Destined Words for Juneteenth

James Lee III’s Destined Words premieres on June 19, 2021, as part of the live, on-stage, gala performance of the Baltimore Symphony’s “Marin Festival,” honoring Marin Alsop’s artistic leadership in her farewell concert with the orchestra. Commissioned by the Baltimore Symphony in celebration of the Juneteenth Holiday, the nine-minute work is scored for: narrator; 2 […] Read more »

Abels: “desert in” operabox.tv

“In a mysterious motor lodge…along a desolate stretch of highway in the American desert, customers pay for the usual amenities — a room, a pool, a lounge. But here, they also pay to be reunited with lost loves of all kinds…” June 2021 brings the premiere of “desert in,” a new, operatic television miniseries featuring […] Read more »