We are pleased to announce our 2018-19 season, with main programs, satellite concerts, and the annual Queens New Music Festival. This season, we celebrate the diverse voices from home and abroad
This year, we venture out to new venues and spots, playing more music from our repertoire as well as new favorites chosen by the RAM Players. The first one is RAM Trio Expo II, which is an
RAM's friend and supporter, Gabrieal Lena Frank, started her academy in northern California a few years ago. She is dedicated to helping composers of all types in building a community of music lovers.
Congratulations to The Bowers-Fader Duo, icarus Quartet, percussionist Zack Baltich, pianist David Holzman, The Blagoeva-Massicotte Duo & The New Music for Strings Festival, and The Resurgam
RAM is excited to welcome new a RAM Player, pianist Marija Ilic, who will be performing on programs during the 2017-18 season and beyond as an associate member. Marija Ilic, Piano Marija
RAM is pleased to announce that Croatian composer Ivan Božičević is the winner of the 2018 Call for Scores. His winning work, Shaken from a crane’s bill for clarinet, violin, and piano will be
Submissions must be received by February 15, 2018. Random Access Music is pleased to announce its ninth annual open call for scores. The members of RAM seek captivating new concert music,
Celebrated for his dramatic and assertive playing (New York Times), pianist and multimedia artist Tristan McKay’s performances explore an uncharted musical terrain. See more here.
The members of Random Access Music performer/composer collective are pleased to have received several proposals from new music ensembles for the 2018 Queens New Music Festival
RAM 2017-2018: Random Places, Random Spaces Random Access Music is excited to announce its 2017-2018 season, Random Places, Random Spaces, which features performances in studios, theaters, and