The Long Walk at Pittsburgh Opera

  The Long Walk, first presented by Opera Saratoga in July 2015 to critical acclaim, has recently finished its triumphant run at the Pittsburgh Opera. These performances marked the third production of this still relatively new opera, a riveting music drama by...

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A Man Transformed: Lukas Ligeti in California

To be transformed is to have undergone a thorough and dramatic change, Lukas Ligeti, now an assistant professor at UC Irvine, is a man who has undergone a series of dramatic changes throughout his life, moving from Austria to New York City, living intermittently in...

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New Year, Two New Premieres!

Although we are only one month into the new year, Jessica Meyer is already preparing for two world premieres. The orchestral version of Getting Home (I Must Be…) has just received its world premiere on January 26th as Syrabite5 joined the Sinfonia Gulf Coast with...

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Lindsay Kesselman, Play a Song for Me

As part of a 2017-2018 season that has seen her soar to new artistic heights, Lindsay Kesselman will be making her debut at New York City’s National Sawdust as part of John Corigliano’s 80th birthday celebration. She will be performing the chamber ensemble version of...

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A Space Between: Andrea Clearfield in Maryland!

Commissioned by the Global Premiere Consortium Commissioning Project, Andrea Clearfield’s new work for marimba and string quartet, a space between, will receive its world premiere on February 11 at the Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center of the University of Maryland...

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Michael Udow’s Mountain Myths

The majestic beauty of the Rocky Mountains has always been a source of inspiration for composer Michael Udow. Mountain Myths, first commissioned by the Music in the Mountains Festival (Durango, CO) and its Artistic Director, Gregory Hustis, is a piece written to...

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Susan Kander Joins Black Tea Music!

Black Tea Music is proud to welcome, in collaboration with Subito Music Corporation, Susan Kander to the Black Tea Music roster. Praised for music that is “wrenchingly powerful” (Gramophone) and leaves you “...waiting for more” (San Francisco Chronicle), Kander’s...

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Jessica Meyer: A Unique Blend

Black Tea Music is thrilled to welcome composer, violist, and educator Jessica Meyer to our roster. A composer of “evocative” (NYTimes) and “other-worldly” (The Strad) works, Meyer is becoming increasingly recognized for her haunting, powerful, and emotionally...

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