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We catalog each and every one of our performances for your listening and sharing pleasure on YouTube, every such performance being announced here and on Facebook. These platforms are the best way to stay within earshot of the vibrant and eclectic collection of composers emerging through NYCCMS.
April 12th, 2022 – Bowery Trio
Aurora Dances — Anthony Esland
Tres Bailes Latinos — Craig Peaslee
The Light that is Felt — Rachel DeVore Fogarty
Without Them, What Remains? — Kirsten Volness
Pop-up Brahms in Pop — Minato Sakamoto
Resolves — Rain Worthington
Run River Run — Sarah Evans
November Tide — Daniel Crozier
And all that Jazz — Brian T. Field
Choro Steps — Jimmy Kachulis
April 29th, 2022 – Jonah Murphy, solo flute
Nickitas Demos — Tonoi VI
Anna-Louise Walton — Marble
Jimmy Kachulis — Circle Round
Nirmali Fenn — Scratches of Wind
Anruo Cheng — Three Miniature Paintings
Andrea Reinkemeyer — Wings to Air
March 26th, 2022 – Jeffrey Kautz, solo timpanist
Daniel Zlatkin — Sun
Ethan Prado — Collapsar
Alex Yucheng Zhang — Tetraptych for Solo Timpani
Arpad Solti — Sonatina for Four Timpani
Ky Nam Nguyen — Spring’s Rhythms
April 8th, 2021 – Baron Fenwick, pianist
Andrew Faulkenberry — Thorns
Joo Park — Anoroc Cycle
Nathan Scalise — Aqueous Layers
Yasuhiro Takenaka — Glimpses of Unfamiliar Japan
Luzia von Wyl — Spark
Helen Walker — Without Words
Manjing Zhang — The Whisper of Stone Drums
David John Roche — Prayers of Method
Logan Vrankovic is an award-winning composer, pianist, conductor, and multi-instrumentalist from New York City. He has studied with Lowell Liebermann, Mark J. Stambaugh, Reiko Feuting, and Kevin James. He often performs his own music, and is passionate about production in all its forms- from producing an event or a concert to producing audio, and of course producing pieces of original music.
He is dedicated to education and artistic expression, and is proud to contribute to the production of concerts in his hometown New York City.
julian bennett holmes
composer, director of sacred music at columbia university
An award-winning composer and theorist, serving as Sacred Music Coordinator for Columbia University and teaching undergraduate courses at the Manhattan School of Music. He studied with Lowell Liebermann and Richard Danielpour, and is pursuing a doctorate at the Manhattan School of Music with Marjorie Merryman. As a teenager, he toured internationally, playing in experimental bands.
He has won prizes including the Society for New Music Israel/Pellman Award, the Society for Chamber Music in Rochester Young Composer Competition, the National Federation of Music Clubs Young Composers Award, and the Second Prize at the Seventh International Antonín Dvorák Composition Competition.
film team director, audio engineer, Editor
When not recording, is a composer, conductor, and multi-instrumentalist: classical guitar, jazz guitar, cello, trumpet and piano. He has recently graduated at SUNY Purchase majoring in Classical Composition and is pursuing his Masters at CUNY Hunter for Music Composition. His writing style has been influenced by Jazz, Rock, Musical Theatre, Pop, and Avant-Garde music.