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8-Oct-2018Progressive Chamber Music Festival 2018

Sirius Quartet presents a weekend festival of Modern Chamber Music. Each group will bring its own flavor/interpretation of what it means to them. Joining me will be Remy Le Boeuf on clarinet, Sara Caswell on violin, Nadje Noordhuis on trumpet and Mark Van Ziegler on bass. Spectrum, 70 Flushing Ave, Garage A, Brooklyn, NY 11205 Get Tickets Saturday, […]

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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.) Visit 443elevatr.com

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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 […]

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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, […]

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The topic of form came up while catching up with a friend yesterday, more specifically how music tends to develop after the initial theme or themes have been established. It’s literally called the development section in music theory textbooks. It got me thinking about the role of growth and development in our own lives and […]

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26-Jul-2013Announcing Improv-a-Day

Music has always offered me a comfort by allowing me to clearly explore and express feelings and in a way that I cannot with words. Recent events in my life have amplified my need to express myself and I’ve decided to create and share an improvisation a day for the near future. Rather than clutter […]

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4-Jul-2013NPR Interview

Get a glimpse into the inspiration behind Polebridge tonight on NPR’s Montana Evening Edition. Recorded archive available online at any time.  

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13-Jun-2013Polebridge CD Release Highlights

A photo from our Polebridge CD release last night in New York. Thanks to SubCulture for hosting us, the band for their excellent playing, my friends for their help in coordinating and to the warm and receptive audience.

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5-Jun-2013CD Release Next Tuesday in NYC

Come celebrate the launch of my new disc that blends chamber music with the wild west – Polebridge. Party starts next Tuesday, June 11th 9:30p at SubCulture in NYC. Save $3 by buying your ticket in advance. Shows opens with a short solo set of the incredible Classical guitarist Rupert Boyd.

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23-Apr-2013Behind the Scenes with Sketch #1

Hot off the video presses, a behind-the-scenes look at Petr Cancura’s brilliant playing on “Sketch #1”. Petr is a great guy and musician – you can learn more about his music at petrcancura.com Keeping in touch is the lifeblood of an independent musician. When you subscribe to my newsletter it does just that, plus it’s […]

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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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