Philip Glass (Orange Mountain Music) -
For Philip Glass I have worked for his record label Orange Mountain
Music and advise on classical music projects. To date my colleague
Don Christensen and I have produced around 75 Glass recordings
together with our goal remaining to record the entirety of the Glass
catalogue. Recent projects include Maki Namekawa's premiere
recording of the complete Glass Piano Etudes which went to No.1 on
iTunes Classical, Glass's Symphony No.10, the premiere recording of
Glass's "Partita for Solo Violin" by Tim Fain, new recordings of the
Glass-Bowie-Eno Symphonies Symphony No.1 "Low" and Symphony No.4
"Heroes," the soundtrack to Godfrey Reggio's Visitors, and producing
Koyaanisqatsi Live with the New York Philharmonic.
Elliot Goldenthal (Zarathustra Music) Collaborating with Oscar and Golden Globe-winning composer Elliot Goldenthal since 2012,
I represent the classical side of this great composer including the recording and publishing of his classical works through Zarathustra Music.
Recent project include the world premiere of Goldenthal's First Symphony in G# Minor with the Pacific Symphony in May 2014, and record release
of his chamber music including String Quartet No.1 "The Stone Cutters," Othello Symphony, and Jabberwocky. Also included are live
performances and appearances: Krakow's Film Music Festival 2012 "Cinema of Art & Blood"; Tenerife's Fimucité 2014 which included
the world premiere of Goldenthal's concert treatment of his Batman scores in The Grand Gothic Suite, and Prague's Film Music Festival which
included the world premiere of Cobb for orchestra, as well as concert treatments of Titus, Interview with a Vampire, and Alien 3.
||Dennis Russell Davies (North American representation) known as one of the leading conductors of his generation, Davies was music director in the USA
of the Saint Paul chamber Orchestra, Cabrillo Festival of New Music, Brooklyn Philharmonic, and American Composers Orchestra. Despite his general
reputation stateside as a conductor of new music, Davies has spent over three decades in Europe holding directorships in Bonn, Stuttgart, and recent
appointments with the Sinfonieorchester Basel, and since 2002, the Bruckner Orchester Linz. Davies' guest conducting has in recent seasons brought
him to the Metropolitan Opera, Chicago Lyric Opera, Seattle Symphony, Cincinnati Symphony.
(North American representation) Maki Namekawa was personally chosen by Philip Glass to be the first pianist to record his complete set of two volumes of
piano etudes. The subsequent recording on Orange Mountain Music reached No.1 on the iTunes Classical charts. In reviewing Namekawa's Carnegie Hall debut in 2012 in a
performance of Arvo Part's Lamentate, the New York Times observed that she played with "understated eloquence." Namekawa made her New York recital debut at SubCulture
in spring 2015 with a program of Gershwin, Jarrett, Shostakovich, and Glass. Namekawa will perform at Vienna's Musikverein in fall 2015 with the Bruckner Orchester Linz,
reprising Part's Lamentate.
Maki Namekawa & Dennis Russell Davies Piano Duo - the Namekawa-Davies piano duo's repertoire ranges from Mozart and Beethoven to Lutoslawski and Stravinsky.
The duo performed the world premiere of Glass's suite from Les Enfants Terribles, Four Movements for Two Pianos (as well at the US Premiere at Lincoln Center Festival),
Glass's Stokes (at New York's Morgan Library), and recently Glass's Two Movements for Four Pianos with Katia & Marielle Labeque.
Last season the duo performed Stravinsky's Le Sacre du Printemps in New York.
Gloria Cheng is the preeminent new music pianist on the West Coast. As a soloist and recitalist Cheng maintains a full schedule performing in
the world's best concert halls and festivals. Cheng won a Grammy for her album of music by Esa-Pekka Salonen/Steven Stucky/Lutoslawski and received
a Grammy nomination for her album " The Edge of Light: Messiaen | Saariaho (2012)".
Cheng's newest project
Montage features and album of new music written for her by the most successful composers for film of our time including major works by John Williams, Randy Newman,
Michael Giacchino, Bruce Broughton, Don Davis, and a piece offered to her by Alexandre Desplat. Montage will be touring extensively over the next seasons.
Michael Riesman Booking and management for this multi-talented composer, conductor, arranger, record producer, pianist.
Michael Riesman has been the music director of the Philip Glass Ensemble for decades after joining the group in 1974.
Riesman continues to perform live as a conductor and pianist including with Chicago Symphony's MusicNOW in a performance of The Hours,
the concert suite of Glass's Oscar-nominated score; the world premiere performance of Godfrey Reggio's Visitors with the Toronto Symphony Orchestra,
performances of Glass's Koyaanisqatsi live with orchestra including Riesman conducting the Los Angeles Philharmonic and the New York Philharmonic.
Evan Ziporyn (Airplane Ears Music) Composer and performer Evan Ziporyn is the leading voice of new music in Boston and New England.
Ziporyn is founder of gamelan Galak Tika, a founding member of Eviyan, a faculty professor at MIT, and for years was the leader of the preeminent
new music group of the past 25 years, the Bang on a Can All-Stars. Ziporyn's interest range from orchestral compositions to solo clarinet recitals.
His music is routinely performed at Carnegie Hall including the NY premiere of his bass clarinet concerto Big Grenadilla for which he was soloist.
He recently performed John Adams' clarinet concerto in North Adams as well as performing lead clarinet in Steve Reich's "Music for 18 Musicians"
at the Nonesuch retrospective concerts which brought together Philip Glass & Steve Reich after a period of 43 years not performing together.
Ziporyn is director of MIT's Center for Art, Science, & Technology.
The …virtuosic Fidelio Trio… (Sunday Times) are Darragh Morgan, violin, Adi Tal, cello and Mary Dullea, piano. Since their debut at London’s South Bank they
have appeared at Wigmore Hall, Royal Opera House, London, and festivals including Cheltenham Music Festival, St. Magnus International Festival, Huddersfield Contemporary
Music Festival, National Concert Hall, Dublin, Shanghai Oriental Arts Centre, Casa da Musica(Porto), Palazzo Albrizzi, Venice (Italy), Johannesburg Music Society, SubCulture,
New York and Morrison Hall, San Francisco.
The Fidelio Trio’s most recent CD release on Naxos focuses on works by Korngold and Schoenberg (Verklarte Nacht arr. Steuermann). This year they will record the complete
Schumann Piano Trios for Resonus Classics. Their extensive discography includes the complete Michael Nyman Piano Trios for MN Records as well as close collaborations leading to
being featured on the following albums: Tracing Lines (Robert Fokkens) on Metier Divine Art, Bulb (Irish Piano Trios), My Broken Machines (Ed Bennett)
and Bartlebooth (Joe Cutler) all on NMC, Metamorphoses (Haflidi Hallgrimsson), The Piano Tuner (Sally Beamish, Nigel Osborne and Judith Weir) and
Airs, Waters (Piers Hellawell) for Delphian Records, and Luke Bedford’s (Ernst von Siemens composer award winner 2012) debut portrait CD on Col Legno.
The Fidelio Trio have given masterclasses at Peabody Conservatory Curtis Institute of Music, The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, Stellenbosch Conservatorium South Africa.
They have been artists-in-residence at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Davenport Residency holders at State University of New York, SUNY.
In contemporary music, the Fidelio Trio is closely associated with leading international composers such as Toshio Hosokawa, Charles Wuorinen, Johannes Maria Staud and Donnacha Dennehy
Johnny Gandelsman's musical voice reflects the artistic collaborations he has been a part of since moving to the United States in 1995. Through his work with such
artists as Yo-Yo Ma, Bono, Osvaldo Golijov, David Byrne, Bela Fleck, Kayhan Kalhor, Suzanne Vega, James Levine, Mark Morris, Alim Qasimov and Fargana Qasimova, Nigel Kennedy
and Martin Hayes, Gandelsman has been able to integrate a wide range of creative sensibilities into his own point of view. Combining his Classical training with a desire to reach
beyond the boundaries of the concert hall, and a voracious interest in the music of our times, Johnny developed a unique style amongst today's violinists, one that according to the
Boston Globe, possesses "a balletic lightness of touch and a sense of whimsy and imagination".
Cliff Eidelman (Tempest Music) Representation for the concert catalogue of conductor & composer Cliff Eidelman who is most well known for his film scores such as
Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country, Triumph of the Spirit, Christopher Columbus: The Discovery, Untamed Heart, Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants, and Big Miracle.
Eidelman also has an active concert music career including the recent completion of his "Symphony for Two Pianos & Orchestra"; his tone poem "The Tempest", "
The Five Tales" for Solo Piano, and a new chamber work. Eidelman has conducted and recorded with the Seattle Symphony, Metropolitan of London, Toronto Symphony, The Royal Scottish
National Orchestra, Golden State Pops, Fairfax Choral Society, and the Unione Musicisti Roma.
||Giancarlo Vulcano (Distant Second) Founder of Distant Second Records and
Co-Founder of Guerin & Associates, Vulcano is a multi-disciplinary composer having most recently acting as music editor and co-composer for Tina Fey's 30 Rock.
Vulcano is an active performer in such groups as Las Rubias del Norte and My Funny Detective. Formerly Vulcano was Howard Shore's assistant on projects like Lord of the Rings.
He is also an active advocate for his own concert music and theater pieces. Often Vulcano's work have to do with the art world. Recent premieres include his string quartet
dedicated to the memory of Joseph Cornell; his living sound sculpture Calder Pieces written to be performed among Calder Mobiles, and theater works Monologues for
Minerals with Julian Bismuth; Unfinished Spaces, film scores to Love & Roadkill, My Name is David - as well as continuing his work as a music professional with such
things orchestrating for Angelo Badalamenti. Vulcano is currently composing "Nothing Changes" for chamber ensemble.
John Carlton McConnell (Painter) an artist of the highest caliber, John McConnell continues his "search for beauty" in every landscape painting he creates.
An architect by trade, McConnell has had a number of recent successful shows including at the prestigious Sanborn House in Winchester Massachusetts, as well as having a
number of paintings at Mast Cove Galleries in Kennebunkport, Maine.