In this issue: Our People in the News, New Titles, and more!
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Spring Cleaning

Well, it’s not exactly spring cleaning, but we’ve been revising and updating our company images in order to be consistent across our various platforms, such as on our website, Facebook and YouTube pages. Now this may not sound too hard, but every one of these requires a formatting that will function correctly on multiple devices. With our globe symbol, we want to represent not only the globalized nature of our business but also how particular it is to Latin America. We also want our graphic designs to create an unequivocal impression of the nature of our business. We invite you to take a look, and do let us know how we are doing.

New Titles!

Our list of new titles for this month may seem a little flute crazy, but that’s just the way it worked out:
Boris Alvarado, Voila! for unaccompanied cello; three pieces by Edson Beltrami, his Capricho for flute and strings, Sonatina No. 1 for flute and piano and Variations on Pixinguinha’s Carinhoso for flute trio; Marcelo Beltrán, Fantasmas for oboe and piano; and Portrait of the Harlequin and a Mirror for flute choir by Andrés Levell.

Our People in the News

A number of our composers are in the news this month.
On June 13, Andrés Levell’s piece, Pequeño Sraddha para Salim for eight quartz bowls, was performed in the auditorium of the Contemporary Art Museum of Caracas.
Kent Holliday reports that he just completed a solo piece for piano based on a poem by Petrarch and that he is currently working on a piece for solo marimba.
La caja negra, for soprano, violin, cello, guitar and percussion, by Luis Ernesto Gómez, was premiered yesterday by Chicago’s Ensamble Dal Niente as part of the MusicArte Festival in Panama.
Luis Pérez Valero has been invited to guest conduct the Barquisimeto Bell Ensemble on June 28 in the context of the Fourth National Meeting of Bell Choirs in Venezuela.
Adriana Verdié wrote to let us know that she will be teaching a chamber music seminar from July 27 until August 1 in Mendoza, Argentina for the University of Cuyo. A concert featuring her music will take place on July 29.
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