Inspired by Jascha Heifetz’ role in They Shall Have Music (1939), violinist David Park can be seen acting in the upcoming movie feature The Strongest Man. The movie will be released in January 2015 and features a soundtrack with performances by Mr. Park. Enjoy the teaser below! Mr. Park appears in second 59.
MAM is honored to announce our collaboration with US-based Cuban conductor Ivan del Prado. Starting October 2014, MAM will be providing representation and management services for this outstanding artist and orchestral leader.
Enjoy his performance of Gershwin’s Cuban Overture with the Orquesta Sinfonica Nacional de Costa Rica!
A renowned international soloist and Cultural Ambassador of Mercedes Benz, virtuoso violinist David Park combines an intense performance schedule with the passionate pursuit of teaching young violinists the knowledge he acquired as a student of Josef Gingold, Dorothy Delay, and Jascha Heifetz.
MAM is excited to announce an updated artist roster. There have been some significant developments that we wanted to share with you. As usual, we’ve divided the artists in two categories: Classical and Jazz. Perhaps we’ll stop doing that in the future, since it is such an imperfect way to pigeon-hole the work of these great musicians.
Oh, and don’t forget to join the Directory of Teaching Artists, it’s free!
The Kaleidos Duo released a CD for the second year in a row: Italy’s “Generation of 1880″ and Their Disciples. After their switch to Romeo Records, they are busier than ever with a positive review in The Strad (August 2014). Both Hristov and Valjarevic are university professors with decades of teaching experience and accomplished students worldwide.
We heard about flutist Sarah Robinson and her Helix Collective, through her fascinating doctoral thesis Chamber Music in Alternative Venues in the 21st Century U.S.. She is a co-founder of the LA chapter of the famous movement Classical Revolution. Helix Collective is now available for one-of-a-kind concerts, masterclasses, and lectures.
Marvin Stamm and Claudio Roditi are two esteemed jazz trumpeters, though their musical worlds are distinct and representative of unique moments in the history of Jazz. They do not really need an introduction from us, so feel free to read more about them on the Artist page.
Ralph Lalama is a solid fixture of the New York jazz scene and respected world-wide. With teaching and performing engagements all over the US, his musical expertise and connection with “the Beat” is highly valued by students and their professors.
Yaron Gershovsky is widely recognized as a gifted musician, whose impressive credits demonstrate versatility and excellence as a performer, arranger, composer, and producer. A Summa Cum Laude graduate of Berklee College of Music in Boston, Gershovsky is the long-standing musical director and pianist/keyboardist of the world-renowned vocal group The Manhattan Transfer.
Boling, Brown & Holloway: three brilliant musicians whose award-winning recordings have been deemed to “equal or surpass in many respects those of major labels.” Slowly distilling their very own brand of Tennessean jazz, the members of this “explorative Knoxville jazz group” are Mark Boling (guitar), Keith Brown (drums), and Rusty Holloway (bass).
From the founding artists of Classical Revolution:LA, a movement lauded by the New York Times, the San Francisco Classical Voice, The Economist, the Wall Street Journal, and more, Music Arts Management is thrilled to represent the Helix Collective.
This season Helix Collective is hosted by the Pacific Symphony, the West Michigan Symphony, the Tahoe Chamber Music Festival, the Unexpected Film and Arts Festival and serves as ensemble-in-residence of Classical Revolution: L.A. Recent engagements include the Hollywood Fringe Festival, Live at Laguna Beach, the White Lake Chamber Music Festival, 21-Sounds Contemporary Music Series and Classical Revolution chapters around the country.
The Helix Collective is now available for concerts, residencies, and masterclasses throughout the US. Thrill your audiences and stretch your student’s horizons with this one-of-a kind ensemble.
“Respighi’s later B minor Sonata also turns up in a fine recital by the Kaleidos Duo (violinist Miroslav Hristov and pianist Vladimir Valjarevic) that usefully collects a number of pieces together under the title ‘Italy’s “Generation of 1880″ and Their Disciples’, a reference to the group of Italian composers whose determinedly tonal outlook bucked contemporary trends (Romeo Records 7304). This gifted duo’s urgently spontaneous reading, deeply felt and affectionately phrased, is the emotional nerve centre of a programme that also includes Dallapiccola’s neo-Baroque Tartiniana seconda (an arresting 1956 rethink of Tartini’s A minor Sonata), Ghedini’s dreamily archaic Bizzaria and Rota’s Improvviso, a lively take on Prokofiev (the booklet note is correct in asserting it is nominally based in C as opposed to the listings’ D minor). Rounding things off in style are Pizzetti’s strikingly inventive Tre canti and two haunting cantos by Malipiero.”
Julian Haylock, The Strad, August 2014
Enjoy this special project by Claudio Roditi with guest artists Cafe da Silva and John Dukich in a stellar lineup!
Claudio Roditi Group performs Joy Spring and Final Feliz
Special Guest Cafe da Silva – percussion
Special Guest John Dukich – flugelhorn and vocals
Daniel Freiberg – piano
Yasuno Katsuki – euphonium
Itaiguara Brandao – bass