new music ensemble


Just Hamilton Chi ensemble members being adorable


‘Come From Away’ is a new musical based on the true story of 38 planes being diverted to the town of Gander in Newfoundland due to the 9/11 attacks and the American airspace being closed. The musical has many characters based on the people from Gander and the people who were on the planes.

Nominated for 7 Tony Awards including Best Musical and Best Book


Musicians of the Early New Age / Musiker der Frühen Neuzeit.

The images are not mine. All credits belong to their authors.

Die Bilder stammen nicht von mir. Alle Rechte liegen bei den jeweiligen Autoren.


“Send me a sign God! Give me some hope here! Something to live for!”

Juan Castro (Beleaguered Geek), Ada Chang (Stoner Chick), Cameron La Brie (Preppy Stud), Shauna Satnick (Young Republicanette), Ryan Advincula (Hipster Dork) & David Truong (New Wave Dude).

Come To|Hypnic Jerk is a piece that focuses on perception and consciousness. Technically speaking a “hypnic jerk” is defined as involuntary twitch which occurs just as a person is beginning to fall asleep, often causing them to awaken suddenly for a moment. In other words, it is that feeling that you have fallen into your bed after you had previously thought you had fully become asleep. In the Spring of 2017, I began to experience this phenomenon during the day when I was fully awake. A sudden shock of oversensitive awareness would inexplicably rush to me. This caused me to create a musical narrative where individual instruments snap in and out of time with each other, disorient themselves, then settle with their own trajectory.

AMF Contemporary Ensemble

Brian Allred, flute
Nick Walshe, clarinet
Tyler Cunningham, percussion
Huizi Zhang, piano
Ludek Wojtkowski, violin
Diana Chiknaikin, cello

Atlantic Music Festival Premiere 2017

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The recording of my wind ensemble piece Edgedancer is online, and you should listen to it. Particularly if you’re a Stormlight Archive/general Cosmere fan (note the title), but also if you’re not, because the Dr. Parker and the Peabody Wind Ensemble gave it an excellent performance.

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I had an absolute blast playing toms on this arrangement of John Mackey’s Asphalt Cocktail. ESP (Eastman Saxophone Project) is completely badass.



+ the limited edition version will include special packaging, a 60 page booklet and MAKING/BEHIND THE SCENES
+ the normal edition will include 1 BONUS TRACK and a 32 page booklet

Description: “It has been one year since the release of LOVE. Now, their original album "THE DIGITALIAN” will be an new age music ensemble created with the remix of Digital x Arashi. These songs will also be the concept of the 5 Dome Tour that Arashi will go on during the fall-winter. Expect high quality performances and songs in this album. This album will include member solos as well as new songs that have a ‘cool and stylish’ taste. At times 'physical’, 'heartful’… this album will have a range of taste. It will also include big hit singles Bittersweet, GUTS! and Daremo Shiranai.

coffeeandcello-deactivated20170  asked:

I'm fortunate enough to go to a performing and creative arts magnet school, so our entire afternoon is arts- we have a symphony orchestra, string, wind, sax ensembles, jazz bands, music theory and history, composition, and also a new music ensemble which I'm a part of and I adore. And we also have departments for theater, vocal, visual arts, literary arts, technical theater and dance. Of course, a lot of people take it for granted but it's great. There's still hope for arts education.

JEALOUS. I still find it a terrible shame that the only schools that provide a good budget to the arts are arts schools. There’s a reason you don’t see sports schools. Because every school is a sports school.