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Guadalajara, MEX—May 17, Nilo Velarde’s work, El Ayla (forthcoming, Cayambis Music Press), was performed in Guadalajara’s Alarife Theater by the Chaos Project ensemble.

Vienna, AUS—May 28, the renowned violinist, Marianna Oczkowska, premiered two of Angel Hernández’s works in Vienna.

São Paolo, BRA—June 1, Fernando Oliveira won a scholarship from the Icon Arts Academy program to write a piece for soprano and four percussionists. The scholarship includes a one-week stay for rehearsals, concerts, studies, workshops and meetings in Sibiu, Romania. However, since airfare is not included, Fernando created a crowdfunding campaign, and thanks you in advance for your generous support.

Brooklyn, NY—June 5, Cayambis Artist Francesca Arnone performed SUNY composer Margaret Schedule’s work, QwfwQ on the first NY Phil Biennial concert with her flute/violin duo, reACT, at Brooklyn’s National Sawdust. At the end of June she’ll be performing new trios on two different programs at the International Double Reed Society’s Georgia conference, including Emerson Essays for flute, viola, and bassoon by Todd Gabriel, plus the world-premiere of Serenade for Angels by Bevan Manson for flute/alto flute, oboe, and bassoon.

Panama City, PAN—June 8, The group Three by Radio presented a work by Carlos Camacho, his Construcción Folclórica Panameña and by Andrés Carrizo, his desde ese momento, at the Alfredo de Saint Malo festival in Panama’s Anita Villalaz Theater.

Blacksburg, VA—June 10, Incans, Liberators, and Jungle Princesses: the Development of Nationalism in the Art Music of Ecuador,” by John Walker, was published in the Spring/Summer issue of Latin American Music Review.

Santander, COL—June 13, The mixed ensemble work Titiritero de sombras, by Nicolás Hernández, was premiered by the Ad Libitum Ensemble on the campus of the Industrial University of Santander in Colombia. Nicolás played the guitar on a program that also included the premieres of four other compositions by Colombian composers.

Ad libitum concert poster

Genoa, ITA—June 16, Luis Ernesto Gómez’s Asuntos del trópico (marketed in the US under the title, Tropical Matters) was premiered in the Ducal Palace in Genoa, Italy as part of the 22nd International Festival of Poetry.

Columbus, GA—June 29, Antonio Gervasoni’s work, Pictorial Miniatures, was premiered at the International Double Reed Society International Conference on June 29, 2016 by Lindabeth Binkley and Sarah Southard, oboes; Cindy Behmer, English horn; Toma Mihaylov and Scott Pool, bassoons; and Jessica Cambell, contrabassoon.

Upcoming Events!

Skokie, IL—June 26, 2016, 3:00pm. Pianist Kimberly Davis will be presenting a program titled, “The Piano in Latin America,” at the Skokie Public Library, which is located at 5215 Oakton Street. The event is free and open to the public.

Carabobo, VEN—June 30, 2016, Luis Pérez Valero will be conducting the Youth Symphony Orchestra of the Carabobo Conservatory of Music in first performances of concertinos for clarinet and strings and for oboe and strings. The program will also include the South American premiere of John Walker’s work, Interludes and March, for string orchestra.

Lawrence, KS—August 3-6, 2016, We will be displaying our music for clarinet and saxophone at the ClarinetFest 2016 on the campus of the University of Kansas.

San Diego, CA—August 11-14, 2016 Come by and see us at booth #626 at the National Flute Association Convention!


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