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January 15, 2019 -

Keiser Southern music also welcomes composer Kenneth Fuchs from the catalog of EB Marks. Fuchs has received his fourth Grammy nomination; this year in the Best Classical Compendium category for his Naxos collaboration with JoAnn Falletta and four world-class soloists.

January 11, 2019 -

Keiser Southern Music is pleased to welcome Laura Schwendinger to its growing catalog of accomplished contemporary composers, which also includes the work of Stephen Hartke, William Bolcom, Peng-Peng Gong, George Walker, Kenneth Fuchs, Roger Sessions and many others. She is first composer to win the American Academy in Berlin Prize, and is Professor of Composition at UW Madison. In this issue, we present a few highlights from her considerable catalog spanning over 30 years.

December 18, 2018 -

ROUND HILL MUSIC DESIGNATES KEISER SOUTHERN MUSIC TO HANDLE E. B. MARKS “CLASSICAL”

Round Hill Music appointed Keiser Southern Music the exclusive worldwide agent for the recently acquired E. B. Marks “classical” and educational music catalog. The long term deal engages Keiser to manage all rental and print activity on a global basis.  Keiser will also service and handle the Marks’ composers directly.

March 5, 2018 -

The Santa Barbara Music Club has been among the most stalwart local chamber music organizations in the US. On December 4, 2017 it presented one of a series of concerts to celebrate the 90th birthday of one of their local musical heros, composer Emma Lou Diemer.

March 5, 2018 -

Celebrating 15 years of composer Bruce Adolphe’s show, Piano Puzzlers on public radio, he has launched a website with some fabulous pianists playing the puzzlers: Orli Shaham, Orion Weiss, Joseph Kalichstein, Fabio Luisi (the conductor), and Marija Stroke, plus Fred Child (host of Performance Today) and even some of the composer’s own performances. We invite you to delve into the rich offerings in our Spring 2018 update, including a world premiere in Milan, music inspired by a Buddhist myth, a tribute to a real life hero from World War Two Berlin, and yes, mysteries of the Piano Puzzlers revealed.

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