New Music Gathering
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.
|Year||Location||Keynote speaker||Headline performers||Theme|
|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)||Nathalie Joachim||Seth Parker Woods, Third Coast Percussion, Flutronix||"Local Action"|
|2021||Landmark Center (St. Paul)||Garrett McQueen||Queen Drea|
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