In July I was very happy to travel to Citta’ di Castello, Italy, to participate in the International Summer Arts Institute (thanks to generous funding from Regis University’s Faculty Development Committee). There my Liquid Sings was performed by Italian clarinetist
As the school year at Regis draws to a close, I’m increasingly thinking about The Walden School Creative Musicians Retreat, where I’ll be teaching in June. Sam Pluta, Caroline Mallonee, Marshall Bessieres, Shawn Crouch, Jim Mobberley, and Wet Ink will
Matthew Slotkin of the Duo Montagnard wrote to tell me, “We performed [Two About Two] on our recent tour in Indiana, South Dakota, Wyoming, and Montana, and the piece was very well received.” My music has now officially gone more
I just found out from Matt Slotkin, the guitarist of the guitar/sax duo Duo Montagnard (saxophonist is Joseph Murphy), that they’re going to play my new guitar/soprano sax version of Two About Two in several places in the coming months.
I was very happy just now to see that the Rocky Mountain Arts Association has posted a new video of Wake, O Earth on YouTube. The Denver Gay Men’s Chorus performs, with Donnie Lemley on trumpet and Ben Riggs conducting.
A few days ago I was contacted by Italian clarinetist Arianna Tieghi. She plans to perform my clarinet piece Liquid Sings this July at the 2012 International Summer Arts Institute in Citta di Castello, Italy (see their website). This is part
I’ve been commissioned to write a piece for the Regis University Collegium’s 10th anniversary concert, which will be this spring (April, I think). It’s going to be for SATB singers, recorders, dulcien (a precursor to the bassoon), and hand bells
Merry Christmas to everyone! I’m considering my new WordPress site a Christmas gift to myself. I’m enjoying setting it up and tinkering with it, but it will be awhile before it looks the way I want, so please be patient!
Hello all and welcome to my new website! I’m going to transfer all the content from my old site, lorettanotareschi.com, here shortly and even point the domain name here, so you won’t be able to see the old site at