The BCMCC is pleased to announce the following sponsors of the CD recording of the 2012 winning works, as well as the World Premiere performance of these works at the January 2014 Meg Quigley Symposium:
Diamond sponsor: TrevCo-Varner Music
We strongly encourage everyone to patronize our sponsors. These companies make it possible for new chamber music to be composed, performed, and recorded!
For more information about sponsoring the BCMCC, please contact us.
The BCMCC is excited to announce that a new director has been appointed. Susan Nelson is now serving as director of the BCMCC and Founder Paula Brusky is serving on the board.
It is with great excitement that the BCMCC announces winners (in no particular order) for the 2012 BCMCC:
David Ciancaglini – “Seikilos Quartet” for Oboe, Bassoon, Marimba and Piano
Devin Farney – “Fire and Ice” for Soprano, Bassoon and Piano
Greg Steinke – “Suspended” for Bassoon, Violins I and II, Viola, and Cello
Thank you to all the composers who shared their talents with the BCMCC.
There were many exciting new works submitted. As a result, honorable mention has been extended to:
Clint Dawson – “Burgundy in Blue” for Bassoon, Violin, Viola, Double Bass and Piano
Stephen Yip – “Beauty of the Dark Shadows” for Oboe, Bass clarinet, Bassoon, and Piano
The BCMCC would not be possible without the support of the bassoon and composing communities. Thank you to our outstanding panel of judges: Carolyn Beck, Michael Burns, Jefferson Campbell, Cynthia Cioffari, Monica Ellis, Judith Farmer, Lynn Hileman, Jeffrey McCray, Kathleen McLean, and Maya Stone.
Stay tuned for information about the upcoming CD on MSR Classics and World Premiere Concert at the Meg Quigley Symposium in January 2014.
The BCMCC has partnered with Imagine Music to publish the winning works for the 2012 BCMCC. Imagine Music has a wonderful catalog of bassoon music and we are honored to contribute with our 2012 winning works. Winning composers will work with Imagine Music to establish a publishing deal; the BCMCC serves as an introduction but doesn’t take royalties from winning composers, that’s all yours!
We want to thank Imagine Music for being part of the 2012 BCMCC!
It is with great excitement that we announce the BCMCC is now a 501(c)(3) public charity in the eyes of the IRS. This status will allow us greater fundraising avenues, grant possibilities, and individual support. We are happy to establish the BCMCC as a National Arts Organization and hope to provide opportunities for composers and musicians for many years to come.