Triptych of Gossips Recording
Linda Dusman's Triptych of Gossips will be released July 9, 2021 on New Focus Recordings (FCR 305) recorded by Duo della Luna (Susan Botti, soprano, and Airi Yoshioka, violin).
The recording will be available on Amazon here.
Films of Holly Fisher Showcase
Anthology Films Archives, NYC is showcasing three films of Holly Fisher from June 16-22, OUT OF THE BLUE (2021), DEAFENING SILENCE (2012), and SOFTSHOE FOR BARTOK (1987/2021).
OUT OF THE BLUE (2021), features Lois V Vierk’s Words Fail Me for cello and piano. The recording is on New World Records, and was recorded by cellist Ted Mook and pianist Margaret Kampmeier.
Click here to view the films. (Vimeo)
Click here to learn more about Lois V Vierk.
A Cloud in Love
We are excited to announce that one of our composers, Sofia Kamayianni, will be having her first opera, A cloud in love, premiered by the Greek National Opera in collaboration with the Rosarte Choir, a children's and adolescent's choir directed by Rosie Mastrosavva, in March, April, & May! Her opera is based on the work of Turkish poet Nazim Hikmet. We are so happy for Sofia and are looking forward to the premiere of her opera!
Update: The premiere of A cloud in love has been postponed to October of 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Click here to visit the page on the Greek National Opera website.
Click here to learn more about Sofia Kamayianni.
Updates & Livewire 10
We are excited to announce that we are working with Venezuelan composer Mercedes Otero to add her music to I Resound Press! We are also happy to announce that several of our composers will be featured in UMBC’s Livewire 10: Rewind/Fast Forward including Mercedes Otero,Linda Dusman, and Rahilia Hasanova.
I Resound Launch
We have launched as the first digital press/archive for music by women composers! Currently, through Women’s Philharmonic Advocacy, we received a grant from the Open Meadows Foundation to digitize public domain works from the Women’s Philharmonic Collection currently housed in the Fleisher Collection of the Free Library of Philadelphia. http://www.wophil.org Look for these pages this fall! Our composers are also busy...