Crossroads Art Gottschalk
Crossroads Arthur Gottschalk

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Crossroads

Arthur Gottschalk’s Sonata for Violin and Piano pays homage to great jazz violinists of the 20th century, with echoes of “Bluesette” and “When Sunny Gets Blue.”

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Arthur Gottschalk Compositions

Compositions

A collection of over 200 compositions featuring works for orchestra, wind ensemble and more.

Arthur Gottschalk Recordings

Recordings

Discover a complete collection of recordings featuring the work of Arthur Gottschalk.

About Arthur Gottschalk

About Arthur

Learn more about award winning composer and educator Arthur Gottschalk.

Featured Recording

Requiem: For The Living

This 8-movement work for full orchestra, chorus, and four soloists, including tenor Alberto Mizrahi and Grammy-nominated soprano Lauren Snouffer, resigns the fear of uncertainty by celebrating the rich narrative of Western art and culture.

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Requiem For The Living
Requiem For The Living Arthur Gottschalk

Calendar

Performances

October
15
2022

Electronic Syzygy

Rice University
Houston TX
July
16
2022

The Pittsburgh New Music Ensemble, Timothy Jones, soloist, Kevin Noe, conductor

July
07
2022

London Symphony Orchestra, Ovidiu Marinescu, soloist, London, United Kingdom

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Press reviews Art Gottschalk

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“For those interested in ways jazz informs classical art music, this will be a must-have disc. The pieces are all quite engaging and a lot of fun to listen to as well. The performances here are simply stunning as well.”

CINEMUSICAL

“There is a tangible sense of fun running through much of the music.”

Gramophone

“It was fascinating music by a composer who clearly knows his craft.”

New York Concert Review

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News & Press

  • March 29, 2021

    Originally Published By: The Houston Chronicle

    In the centenary year of Astor Piazzolla’s birth – and nearly three decades since his passing – a new international online music competition will celebrate the composer’s rich legacy and […]

  • February 19, 2020

    Originally Published By: New York Concert Review Inc.

    Music of Gottschalk came next, but not Louis Moreau Gottschalk (as one assumed on first glance at the DCINY website) but Arthur Gottschalk (b. 1952). We heard Tebe Boga, a […]

  • November 19, 2019

    Originally Published By: The Houston Chronicle

    Alliteration is in full force for the dynamic Duo Dramatique, formerly known as the Dancewicz-Doucet Duo, and fittingly so, as it consists of violinist Dominika Dancewicz and pianist Donald Doucet. […]