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New Music Gathering

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Experimental double-bassist Gahlord Dewald performing with modular synthesizer, NMG 2017

New Music Gathering (NMG) is a yearly American conference/festival hybrid devoted to the performance, development, and promotion of new and contemporary classical music.

The festival, established in 2015 and conducted in a different city each year, includes performances, lectures/recitals, discussion groups, presentations, and coordinated social interaction, including artist meet-ups and live-action role-playing games.[1][2][3][4][5]


Year Location Keynote speaker Headline performers Theme[6][7]
2015 San Francisco Conservatory of Music Claire Chase Claire Chase, Kronos Quartet, Wu Man, Sarah Cahill, The Living Earth Show "Artist Led Ensembles"
2016 Peabody Institute of Johns Hopkins University Marin Alsop Sō Percussion, Kathleen Supové, Lunar Ensemble, Sonar New Music Ensemble "Communities"
2017 Bowling Green State University Steven Schick Steven Schick, International Contemporary Ensemble, Grand Valley State University New Music Ensemble "Support"
2018 Boston Conservatory at Berklee Helga Davis JACK Quartet, Pamela Z, Dinosaur Annex Music Ensemble "Accessibility"
2020 Portland State University, Third Angle New Music, Fear No Music (fully online event)[8][9] Nathalie Joachim Seth Parker Woods, Third Coast Percussion, Flutronix "Local Action"
2021 Landmark Center (St. Paul) Garrett McQueen Queen Drea  


  1. Deemer, Rob (January 22, 2015). "Meeting of New Music Minds at SF Gathering". NewMusicBox. Retrieved May 23, 2015.
  2. Kozinn, Allan (January 12, 2016). "A Meeting of the New Music Minds". The Wall Street Journal. Retrieved May 23, 2021.
  3. "The 6th Annual New Music Gathering: Full Schedule, Keynote Speaker, Headliners". icareifyoulisten.com. American Composers Forum. 2021-06-23. Retrieved 2021-07-08.
  4. David Dupont (May 12, 2017). "New Music Gathering". BG Independent News. Bowling Green State University. Retrieved 2021-07-08.
  5. Bret McCabe (Winter 2015). "New Music Gathering comes to Peabody in January". Johns Hopkins Magazine. Retrieved 2021-07-08.
  6. Past festivals", newmusicgathering.org
  7. "2021 schedule", newmusicgathering.org
  8. Rozanoff, Seth (Winter 2019). "New Music Gathering 2020 (review)". Computer Music Journal. 43 (4): 84–85.
  9. Frank J. Oteri (June 15, 2020). "NewMusicBox LIVE: New Music Gathering". NewMusicBox. Retrieved July 27, 2021.

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