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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 […]

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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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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!

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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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14-Apr-2013Polebridge Playtime at Plutek’s

It’s a bird! It’s a plane! No, it’s a bunch of microphones and a noise making device that I’m totally in love with from some tracking I did this week. Speaking of, recording is almost complete for my new Polebridge album and we’re excited to be launching the disc on June 11th at SubCulture (tickets). Thanks again to […]

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3-Apr-2013Back in the Studio with Polebridge

Another adventurous day of Polebridge recording was had with my fellow collaborators, trumpeter first-class Micah Killion and Peter Lutek, who in addition to many talents is lending his formidable audio engineering skills to the album. Check out a sample below of Micah’s soaring flight over my broodingly harmonious “Didn’t Ask – Breathe Now”. The performance and composition are dedicated to […]

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24-Mar-2013Mission Accomplished: Polebridge a musical reality

We did it! You did it! Thank you to all of our lovely backers via Kickstarter that showed the love and the pocketbook to bring our vision of Polebridge closer to reality. Check back soon for updates, including another day of recording with Peter Lutek.

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22-Feb-2013New Album! “Polebridge” on Kickstarter

Inspired by my time spent in Montana, “Polebridge” is the love-child of my experiences in this remote rural town. Support the project on Kickstarter today or check out some music and on the Polebridge site.

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28-Sep-2012Video: Jayme Stone – Debussy Heights

“Debussy Heights”, a clip from my travels with Jayme Stone this summer, composed by Jayme. Serious pleasure to play with these guys and the shoot was a blast – you rock Lindsay! Bonus points for all who find the secret pop reference… and check out our recording of Bach’s Art of the Fugue Contrapunctus #9 by the same ensemble. We […]

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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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