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7-Jan-2018It’s a Bird! It’s a Plane! It’s (443)ELE-VATR!

Do you have what it takes to unlock the mystery? Visit 443elevatr.com and find out! Born out a way-to-long thingamabob I had to do, this new project just might keep you hearing back for more. (Yes, that was a hint.)

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4-Sep-2017BMI Jazz Composers 2017-2018

Honored to be accepted into this year’s BMI Jazz Composers Workshop. For those unfamiliar, the program provides group discussion and rehearsal time with a professional ensemble at no-cost to composers wishing to experiment with new music for the Big Band instrumentation. While my preference has been a more compact and varied 10-member ensemble writing, this opportunity will provide me and the other participants fertile space to experiment in a supportive environment. There is a concert in mid-2018 that will feature some of the new works.

For those wishing to participate, head on over the BMI’s workshop page and consider applying!

17-Jun-2015Adventures of Cow – Concert Footage

Fresh from the pasture! Here’s the blurb: Performed at Choral Chameleon’s “Storytime: Part Two” concert. Filmed at Acme Studio in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, May 2015. World Premiere. Music & Lyrics by Rob Mosher. Incorporating text and images from ‘Adventures of Cow by Cow’ by Lori Korchek and Marshall Taylor, published by Tricycle Press 2005. Conducted by Vince Peterson.

1-May-2015Adventures of Cow! with Choral Chameleon

The classic tale of a Cow finding his way home and ending up on TV. I’ve been entrusted to set this storybook to music with the talented crew of Choral Chameleon and myself on woodwinds.

Buy Tickets May 16/21

From the press release: Choral Chameleon, winner of the 2015 Chorus America/ASCAP Award for Adventurous Programming, will premiere new music commissioned from composer/multi-instrumentalist Rob Mosher at Storytime: Part Two the final concert of its 2014-2015 season. The concert takes place at 8 p.m. on Saturday, May 16 and Thursday, May 21 at Acme Studio. Tickets are $28 online, $35 on the door. Milk and cookies will be served.

29-Apr-2015Fun Home! On Broadway

Hey y’alls. I’ve had the pleasure of playing in musicals for most of my life, but today is a very special day as it’s my debut subbing on Broadway! Very talented cast and crew at Fun Home – and they just got nominated for 12 Tony Awards yesterday! Say wuuut?

20-Jul-2014Live at the Montreal Jazz Festival, “Klezmanaughts”

Like Klesmer music? Like outer space? Then check out “Klezmanaughts” as performed at the Montreal Jazz Festival as part of the Polebridge Canadian CD release. Thank you Eduardo Carli de Moraes for taking the time to record and share the video!

17-Jul-2014Interview with Bonnie Johnson on WICN

Had a great time chatting with Bonnie Johnson in an interview on WICN a few weeks ago just before the Polebridge CD release tour in Canada. She’s a lot of fun to talk with, check it out!

Listen to Radio Interview

10-Jun-2014Polebridge Canadian CD-Release Tour

Summer is upon us! With plenty of food, books, weekends and sunscreen to go around why not add live music to the mix? Without further ado… announcing the 2014 Canadian Polebridge CD-release tour! Coming (hopefully) to a city near you:

Rob Mosher, clarinet/soprano sax/music; Lina Allemano/Micah Killion, trumpet; Aline Homzy, violin; Greg de Denus, piano; Andrew Small, acoustic bass / fiddle. Proudly presented with the support of the Canada Council for the Arts.

Press inquiries: Ann Braithwaite 781-259-9600 [email protected].

Come say hi.

Video: Around the Bend

6-Jan-2014Bass Concerto Premiere

Recital featuring Joe Phillips (bass) & Peter Longworth (piano) featuring new music by Rob Mosher, Andrew Downing and Peter Longworth. Premiere’s in Toronto, ON January 8th and London, ON January 12th. I’ve worked with Joe for years and he’s a stellar musician and person – not to be missed!

25-Nov-2013Video: “Storyville – Meet the Music”

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    A Canadian currently residing in New York City, award winning composer, soprano sax and woodwind performer Rob Mosher unites interpreted and improvised music.

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