Sophocles Papavasilopoulos

Sophocles Papavasilopoulos has written music for a variety of venues and media including theater, opera, film, video, dance, video games, and the concert stage. He received his BM from Oberlin Conservatory where his chamber opera POOHSTICKS was produced. SOFT FOR DIGGING, a film directed by J.T. Petty featuring Sophocles’ music, has been presented at Sundance […]

Andreia Pinto Correia

Born in Lisbon, Portugal, Andreia Pinto Correia is currently pursuing a composition doctoral degree at the New England Conservatory, in Boston, studying with Michael Gandulfi. She received her Master of Music degree with Academic Honors in Jazz Composition as a student of Bob Brookmeyer from NEC, and a double degree in Film Scoring and Jazz […]

Neil Rolnick

 Since he moved to New York City in 2002, Neil Rolnick’s music has been receiving increasingly wide recognition and numerous performances both in the US and abroad. A pioneer in the use of computers in performance, beginning in the late 1970s, Rolnick has often included unexpected and unusual combinations of materials and media in his music. […]

David Rubinstein

David Rubinstein has received awards at the Ojai Festival, the Diana Barnhard American Song Composers Competition and the 2003 Renee Fisher Competition, which commissioned his latest piano work, Toccata. Recent compositions included Cappuccino Conertino, featured on the “In Praise of Music” Series in Los Angeles and Sonatina for Woodwinds, premiered by Calico Winds and featured […]

Arlene Sierra

 Arlene Elizabeth Sierra is an American composer who divides her time between the U.S. and Britain. Recent commissions demonstrate her dual-national profile, from organizations including the Tanglewood Music Festival (the Paul Jacobs Award Commission), the Performing Right Society Foundation, the Albany Symphony, and the Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival (a commission for its 25th birthday celebration). […]

Jacob Ter Veldhuis

Jacob ter Veldhuis (1951) began his career in rock music and studied composition and electronic music at the Groningen Conservatory, where he was awarded the Dutch Composition Prize in 1980. During the eighties he made a name for himself with melodious, heartfelt compositions; music that does not eschew effect and, without being sugary or contrived, […]

Stewart Wallace

Composer Stewart Wallace’s music is fueled by cullaborations with such artists as Richard Foreman, Christopher Alden, Evelyn Glennie, Marc Ribot, Amy Tan and longtime librettist Michael Korie, with whom he’s written five operas. His unconventional and highly theatrical body of work is at once intensely rhythmic, melodic, irreverant and emotionally compelling.

Harvey Milk, Wallace’s fifth opera […]

Matthew Welch

 Matthew Welch (b.8.24.1976) is a composer and multi-instrumentalist that works from an eclectic musical foundation. Matthew hulds two university degrees in Experimental Music Composition, a BFA from Simon Fraser University (1999), and an MA form Wesleyan University (2001). Welch has studied with noted composers such as Barry Truax, Rodney Sharman, Alvin Lucier and Anthony Braxton. […]

Scott Wheeler

Scott Wheeler’s music has been commissioned and performed by the orchestras of Minnesota, Houston, Tuledo and Indianapulis, as well as by New York City Opera, soprano Renée Fleming, the Chamber Music Society of Linculn Center, the Pro Arte Chamber Orchestra of Boston, the John uliver Chorale, the New England Composers Orchestra, the Chicago Contemporary Players, […]