New COMPOSE t-shirt now on sale
Standard sizes S - 5X and Women's Styling size XS to 4X.
Also kid/youth sizes XS to XL and all sizes available in four different colors. Order TODAY! Read more
Professional Development for Teachers - Summer 2016
July 18-22, 2016 at Lyndon State College. Conversational Solfege with Betsy Greene OR Technology for Teaching and Learning in ALL Music Classrooms: Summer Institute 2016. Select one course for the week with workshop hours only or graduate credit through Castleton University. Meals and Housing for an additional $200. Register by June 1 for an early registration reward. More info here
Leslie Bixby's Surviving Soul for orchestra
The Champlain Philharmonic premiered this new work at Green Mountain College in Poultney on May 8th and the Town Hall Theater in Middlebury on May 15th. Listen to Leslie's new work conducted by Yutaka Kono with the Champlain Phil. Read more...
Anna Scoppettone - Student Composer Showcase for June
Listen to Anna's moving new vocal work, Where Do We Go?, about a refugee family and their struggles. This work touched many in the audience at Opus 31. Anna's interview discusses the inspiration and research that led to this work. Listen here...
Summer Workshop for Student Composers - July 25-29, 2016
1-4 daily at Montpelier High School with Professional composer and Senior Mentor with Music-COMP, Erik Nielsen. Registration open, but only 2 more spaces available. Read more or register here.
Asom Hayman-Jones - Student Composer Showcase for May
This month Vermont Public Radio Classical features Asom Hayman-Jones, an eighth grader from Glover Community School. Listen to his interview and hear his most recent work, March to the End, from Opus 31. Listen to VPR's Student Composer Showcase here
Opus 31 a Resounding Success!
Opus 31 was an inspirational day of rehearsals, workshops, student interviews and the concert itself. Coming soon - audio files as well as a full concert DVD complete with rehearsal footage and student interviews. Read more
Kickstarter Opus 31 Fundraising a Success
Thanks to 160 supporters, we reached AND exceeded our goal of raising $9000 to support Opus 31 and online mentoring.
If you didn't get to pledge to Kickstarter, but want to donate, use the Donate Button at the top of this page or mail a contribution to Music-COMP, 30 Steeplebush Road, Essex Junction, VT 05452. We're aiming for our future events, online mentoring and development of resources.