WELCOME/AACM NEW YORK - Celebrating 55 Years of Artistic Dedication
The Association for the Advancement of Creative Musicians is one of the oldest non-profit music organizations in the United States devoted to the presentation and performance of contemporary music. As we enter our 55th year, we are thankful to be privileged with the opportunity to present and perform contemporary music as our journey continues.
All About Jazz has published an interesting review of the album
All About Jazz
Warriors of the Wonderful Sound: Soundpath.
Soundpath concerns a composition by Muhal Richard Abrams.
Click the link below for more about Soundpath.
Congratulations to AACM member Adegoke Steve Colson on winning the American Composers Forum Award to compose a work for the AACM Great Black Music Ensemble in Chicago in honor of the AACM’s 55th Anniversary.
American Composers Forum
Congratulations to AACM member Richarda Abrams who won the 2019 AUDELCO VIV SOLO PERFORMANCE OF THE YEAR AWARD for “First By Faith: The Life Of Mary McLeod Bethune” written and performed by Richarda Abrams. (Named as one of the Best Of Solo Theatre shows in 10 years by United Solo Theatre Festival’s 10th Anniversary Celebration in 2019. Richarda also won the United Solo Theatre Festival’s Best Educational Show Award in 2018) First By Faith: The Life Of Mary McLeod Bethune is made possible in part with public funds from Creative Engagement, supported by the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council and administered by LMCC. First By Faith: The Life of Mary McLeod Bethune is a fiscally sponsored project of New York Foundation for the Arts.
Audelco 2019 Winner Richarda Abrams
AACM member Wadada Leo Smith received the UCLA Medal at a ceremony on November 8th 2019 the Campus´s highest honor. UCLA Newsroom
The AACM New York City Chapter, Inc. thanks you for your continued dedication and support during our 2019 Concert Season:
New York State Council On The Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature,
The Fritz Reiner Center For Contemporary Music at Columbia University, The Phaedrus Foundation, Ann and Gordon Getty Foundation,
Individual Donors, The staff at Peter Norton Symphony Space Leonard Nimoy Thalia, all of the Artists who performed
and our audiences