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Sam Reising

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Sam Reising is a composer based in New York City. He holds a Bachelor of Music in music theory & composition from NYU Steinhardt, where he studied with Ezequiel Viñao. He is the Community Platform Strategist and Grantmaking Manager for New Music USA and also works as a writer, contributing reviews and essays about new music to I Care If You Listen while offering his own take on marketing for small, nonprofit arts organizations on his blog.

Articles by Sam Reising:

NewMusicBox November 3 2017 | By Sam Reising
Announcing Event Pages

Showcasing the breadth of new music creation around the country in a way that promotes artists and develops audiences is the driving mission behind event pages.

NewMusicBox July 28 2016 | By Sam Reising
Stream the 2016 Bang on a Can Marathon

Tune in to this page to watch the Bang on a Can live stream from 4-10 PM on Saturday, July 30, 2016.

NewMusicBox February 1 2016 | By Sam Reising
New Music USA Awards $276,770 to 53 Projects

New Music USA has announced its fifth round of project grants awards, totaling $276,770 in funding to support artistic work involving a wide range of new American music.

NewMusicBox September 4 2015 | By Sam Reising
Bernd Klug: traces of [dis]location

launch gallery Brooklyn-based sound artist and composer Bernd Klug has turned the Austrian Cultural Forum in New York into a social musical instrument. His art installation, traces of [dis]location, spans three floors...

NewMusicBox June 21 2015 | By Sam Reising
Follow the Bang on a Can Marathon and Make Music NY on NewMusicBox

We're tweeting from both the 2015 Bang on a Can Marathon and various Make Music NY concerts. Join the conversation!

NewMusicBox April 15 2015 | By Sam Reising
The Opposite of Brain Candy—Decoding Black MIDI

"Black MIDI” refers to the moments in a piece where the notes, if displayed on a traditional two-stave piano score, are so dense that there appears to be just a...