Underwood Readings in the New York Times!

In case you haven’t opened the paper yet today… just had to share that Steve Smith gave us a nice write-up in the New York Times for the Underwood Readings this past weekend:
“Behind the polished veneer of any orchestral premiere there lies a process of familiarization and toil, a process made unusually transparent by the American Composers Orchestra in its annual Underwood New Music Readings. The program, designed to give young composers access to an orchestra as well as crucial feedback from experienced colleagues, offers an invaluable glimpse behind the curtain, allowing audience members to witness firsthand the labor that goes into bringing new symphonic works to the stage.”
You can read the entire article here.
Congrats again to our seven composers!

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