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                         News 2023!           
      FORBEARANCE is a two-time winner of the
                        AMERICAN PRIZE   !!!

FORBEARANCE is a WINNER of the 2022 AMERICAN PRIZE IN CHORAL COMPOSITION

The news came in late December 2022 that FORBEARANCE, my choral composition for SATB large chorus, birdcallers + minimal electronics, is a two-time winner in the 2022 Professional Choral Composition Division of The American Prize. 2022 was a long year, as FORBEARANCE made it through the semi-finals, then finals, to receive 2nd Place in the Social Justice-related compostion; and 3rd Place in the overall Professional Choral Composition, Short-form. 

See: 

National Winners: COMPOSERS (social justice related), 2022 | The American Prize. 

 

See also:  National Winners: COMPOSERS (choral music—all divisions), 2022 | The American Prize. 

 

For more information about this piece see this site page:

https://www.tamaracashourcomposer-pianist.com/forbearanceworldpremiere, as well as the VIDEO pages of this site.

NOTE TO CHORAL DIRECTORS/CONDUCTORS:  Tamara is actively seeking choral ensembles to premiere the live version of FORBEARANCE.  Be THE choral ensemble to world-premiere this incredible work! 

 

If you'd like a perusal score of Forbearance , please contact Jeffrey James Arts Consulting at 516-586-3433 or jamesarts@att.net . 

MORE NEWS

QUEENS SUITE also a Finalist for 2022 AMERICAN PRIZE IN INSTRUMENTAL CHAMBER MUSIC COMPOSITION

TAMARA has also won the ASCAPLUS 2023 AWARD FOR COMPOSITION, awarded January 2023.

TAMARA'S COMPOSITIONS:  SINGAPORE, for baritone and full orchestra; and FULL FATHOM FIVE for percussion, strings, Synthesizer and Clarinet,  will be p
erformed at the MMF 2023 Festival on June 7 and June 16, 2023, respectively.  Full Fathom Five video:
Full Fathom Five - Tamara Cashour | Mostly Modern Festival - YouTube. Also see the "EVENTS" page on this website.

It's starting out to be a VERY GOOD YEAR!  Thank you for your support!

Read about The American Prize below:

THE AMERICAN PRIZE

               INFO:

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