ALLOWING UNDISCOVERED MUSIC TO FIND THE RECOGNITION IT DESERVES
As a global 501c3 nonprofit music organization specializing in classical music and other forms of performing arts, we are committed to facilitating high-quality experiences and events in theaters and venues in North America, Europe, and other world stages. Focusing on less well-known and or contemporary music, we seek out and engage only top-caliber talents to deliver superior-level results and presentation of the music.
Engage talented artists by giving them the opportunity to perform at the best venues.
Disrupt the industry by breaking the norms and bringing undiscovered or unknown music to life.
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"TO YOU, THE FALLEN"
Monday, December 6, at 7pm MSK
Evening of new sacred choral music by Eli Tamar and Michael Kotelnikov as a part of the festival of contemporary sacred music Glorious Spearman.
The concert is dedicated to the victims of Coronavirus.
Sergei Prokofiev was easily one the most influential composers of the 20th century. His compositions have been played in the United States more than the works of any other composer from the past one hundred years, save Richard Strauss. However, his works were often constrained by external political circumstances. While before and after WWII, Prokofiev found his output restricted by the Zhdanov doctrine, the years of 1939 through 1945 allowed him to compose uninhibited by the aesthetic doctrines of the Soviet government. His experiments with formalism and atonality during these years would prove influential on subsequent generations of composers, both Russian and American. Interested in learning more about how Russian and American music during WWII influenced the world?