Central Florida Composers Forum presents free concert of contemporary sacred music Posted By Jessica Bryce Young on Fri, Jan 23, 2015 at 12:33 pm Central Florida Composers Forum, a local nexus of adventurous new classical, partners with downtown’s Cathedral Church of St. Luke Sunday to present a program of newly composed music for a variety of faith traditions called Sacred Sounds. Composer, CF2 member and host of modern classical radio show “Zero Crossing” on WPRK Charlie Griffin says,

Keith Lay wants to play music on swan-boat-mounted radio-controlled train klaxons and we think that’s awesome Posted By Jessica Bryce Young   We’ll be writing more about this as the actual event approaches, but just wanted to point you to another awesome Orlando project currently in the Kickstarter phase. Composer Keith Lay is continuing his ongoing experiments into the very nature of sound with Distance Music at Lake Eola, and he wants you

        ARTS & CULTURE Central Florida Composers Forum nurtures local talent Local composers work to showcase contemporary classical music By Esteban Meneses PUBLISHED: JULY 2, 2014 In addition to the flagship music organizations of Orlando – established groups like the Bach Festival Society and the Orlando Philharmonic – it’s worth noting a much smaller and more recent one that is shaping the city’s cultural scene from a unique

Orlando Philharmonic string quartet performs at Timucua White House The best of Central Florida’s contemporary classical music was highlighted on Sunday evening with passion and style. The location: Benoit Glazer’s downtown Orlando home, also known as ‘Timucua White House,’ where leading avant-garde, jazz and contemporary classical music acts from around the country perform almost every weekend to small, though dedicated circles of followers who have helped turned the Glazer home

A wonderful Cover Story from the Orlando Weekly explains the series. Thanks Orlando Weekly for using my quotes! (this is the article without images) COVER STORY On a recent Saturday morning, composer Keith Lay sits down at a table at Urban ReThink and briefly surveys the room before settling into a conversation about his music. Sitting in an armchair near the window is young composer John Alvarez, who studied with two

Accidentally on purpose The accidental music festival brings out the best in Orlando’s new music scene By James Greene Jr. On a recent Saturday morning, composer Keith Lay sits down at a table at Urban ReThink and briefly surveys the room before settling into a conversation about his music. Sitting in an armchair near the window is young composer John Alvarez, who studied with two of the most well-known modern composers

     FIFTEEN MINUTES OF DISSONANT HARMONY By Pat Greene and Lindy T. Shepherd I SEE a new Earth An Earth that is alive– glowing with the care of man, Man grown wise and free. The influence of different civilizations flows evenly around; Races and nations and sexes understand each other, Endue each other with life. Invisible threads of sympathy cover the earth; Science and religion, art and industry, are