← Back to News List

Whistling Hens win CMA Classical Commissioning Grant

with Composer Kate Soper

The Whistling Hens duo, comprised of Natalie Groom (Affiliate Artist of Clarinet at UMBC) and soprano Jennifer Piazza-Pick (Assistant Professor of Voice at Queens University of Charlotte) has been awarded Chamber Music America's esteemed Classical Commissioning grant with composer Kate Soper (Associate Professor of Music; Iva Dee Hiatt Professor at Smith College).

Chamber Music America develops and supports chamber music through grant programs, professional development services, publications, networking events, and an annual conference; and their programs serve ensembles, concert presenters, composers, chamber music advocates, and industry professionals working across many styles.

Read the press release here, and learn how you can stay in the loop (coop?) on Whistling Hen's news here.

This commission has been made possible by the Chamber Music America Classical Commissioning Program, with generous funding provided by The Mellon Foundation.

Posted: October 27, 2022, 4:44 PM