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Featured Projects

Featured Projects

Supporting Student Composers

Music-COMP connects students and professional composers online to help them develop their works for concert performance.

Created By: Music-COMP (Music Composition Online Mentoring Program)
Project Type: Recording, Small Ensemble or Solo

From orchestral music and dance to jazz and theater, sample all of the incredible projects supported through project grants. Follow your favorite projects to receive updates as they unfold.

The Black Composer Project

The Black Composer Speaks is a series of programs showcasing the range of new music by African American composers.

Created By: Fulcrum Point New Music Project
Project Type: Jazz, Small Ensemble or Solo

No Capacity to Consent

Third Practice commissions and performs Tawnie Olson's searing, powerfully relevant answer to Carissimi’s Jepthe.

Created By: Third Practice
Project Type: Recording, Small Ensemble or Solo

New works for flute and piano: collaboration, commission, and concert tour

Zach Sheets and Wei-Han Wu present a recital program of new works by some of today's finest emerging composers

Created By: Zach Sheets
Project Type: Electronics, Small Ensemble or Solo

The Grey Land

A music drama that explores themes of acceptance and identity through the intractable issues of race, class, and power in American society.

Created By: Joseph Phillips
Project Type: Dance, Electronics, Interdisciplinary, Large Ensemble, Theater

The Debut Series Expanded: Mentorship, Marketing, and Musical Incubation

Building on the success of the Début Series by expanding it to encompass music business skills and mentorship opportunities.

Created By: The Jazz Gallery
Project Type: Jazz

Digital Streaming of "SONiC: Sounds of a New Century"

SONiC: Sounds of a New Century - October 16th, New York Stories - October 23rd, Orchestra Underground: 21st Firsts

Created By: American Composers Orchestra
Project Type: Large Ensemble, Recording

Petite Afrique: The Other Black in Harlem

A song cycle reflecting on the social and cultural history of African immigrants on and around 116th Street in Harlem, New York City.

Created By: Somi
Project Type: Jazz, Small Ensemble or Solo

"Should we go?" 10 Hairy Legs World Premiere Duet by Tiffany Mills set to Peter Whitehead Composition

Dance inspired by Samuel Beckett's "Waiting for Godot" in theme, tone, questions and characters.

Created By: 10 Hairy Legs
Project Type: Dance


Cabrillo Festival commissions a world premiere symphonic ballet by composer Anna Clyne–a centerpiece of Marin Alsop's 25th and final season.

Created By: Cabrillo Festival of Contemporary Music
Project Type: Dance, Large Ensemble