Check out the premiere of Federico Núñez’s El yeite, performed by the Cayambis Sinfonietta at Radford University on May 19, 2022.
Recent Performances of Our Music!
September 29, 2022. Harold Emert will perform in Vienna. The program will include his arrangement of Sigismund von Neukomm's Fantasy.
July 27, 2022. Leonardo Cárdenas' Postales nocturnas for flute, oboe and piano, will be premiered at the IDRS conference at the University of Boulder by Daniel Velasco, Margaret Marco and Ellen Sommer.
July 20, 2022. Jannet Alvarado's Pasillo y Cuento for oboe and piano was premiered in the Bolivar Theater in Loja, Ecuador, by Jorge Layana and Marianela Arocha. June 2022. the Q-Arte Quartet performed and recorded Andrés Poveda's first string quartet.
June 2022. The brass compositions of Armando Luis Ramírez are featured on Música para vientos metales, an album released by Puerto Rico's National Foundation for popular culture.
May 26, 2022. The Barbara Ingram School for the Arts Orchestra, conducted by William Hollin, performed Teresa Carreño's Serenade as a part of their instrumental spring concert.
May 22, 2022. Violist Joyce A. Ramée, accompanied by the Tacoma Youth Symphony, gave the U.S. premiere of José Aranda's Cuatro escenas de sur for viola and string orchestra. The orchestra was conducted by Dr. Paul-Elliot Cobbs.
May 7, 2022. James Villani conducted the Manassas Symphony Orchestra in the U.S. premiere performance of Josefina Benedetti's Citas inocentes at the Hylton Performing Arts Center.
April 22, 2022. The Lawrence University Chamber Orchestra, conducted by Mark Dupere, performed Jose Lezcano's Tango Overture, at the Lawrence Memorial Chapel in Appleton, Wisconsin.
April 14, 2022. Boston's Unitas Ensemble at Roxbury Community College performed Teresa Carreño's Serenade at Roxbury Community College. The group was conducted by Jorge Soto.
April 4, 2022. Jose Lezcano performed in a collaborative concert featuring other University of Minnesota, Morris faculty. Works by Ponce, Harris, and Lezcano were performed.
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