10 June 2021
18 Tone Music
Homage to Eugene Lee
It’s like that unsettling scene in 2001 with anachronistic household items.
Our perception is of a definite beating pattern, a beating pattern alien to 12-EDO, but occasional resolutions to something comforting …
7 June 2021
RSF support the Third Street Music School and Make Music New York
David Conte studied with Nadia Boulanger. Joan Forsyth, Piano Chair at the Third Street Music School, brought him from San Francisco to the East Village to give a masterclass and to …
1 June 2021
I first met Seungmin Cha back in 2010, a Daegeum (Traditional Korean Bamboo Flute) player who was visiting New York as a recipient of a government funded cultural exchange grant. I had attended her …
16 May 2021
Greenbaum & Wolpe have much in common.
Here they are, side by side. Grateful to Momenta String Quartet for caring for this music.
Crossing Brooklyn Ferry–
9 March 2021
Do you like your authenticity plain or with tinctures?
–spices, bitters, memories of ornamentation, of styles?
—As always—click and listen. Don’t read!—
Above–a Bernard Maybeck building. Maybeck’s work …
5 March 2021
RSF/Marsyas is hoping to include this on an upcoming release of music by David Loeb.
for sho and viol quartet
In Gaunkyo David Loeb combines the Japanese shō with archaic Western string instruments–viols. Likewise, modal melodies and …
4 March 2021
Akemi Naito Website
Akemi Naito’s Pilgrimage
The story of Akemi Naito’s pilgrimage to New York is bittersweet. She came and she saw the US deteriorate. Pilgramage was commissioned by Chamber Music America for Cygnus. It conjures Japan …
3 March 2021
We’re exploring the great work of pianist/composer Robert Helps
So grateful to Jay Source and Andrea Lodge for this performance of the masterpiece, A Mixture of Time. As is so often the case, a composer’s guitar piece is the …