Transhuman (New Muse Piano Duo)

Transhuman (New Muse Piano Duo)

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The New Muse Piano Duo (Paola Savvidou and Jonathan Kuuskoski) actively commissions and promotes new works for four-hands and two pianos, with a particular interest in exploring the piano in its fullest capacity as a string, percussion, and keyboard instrument.

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Transhuman Etudes Gabriel Prokofiev (b. 1975)
  Kompute (Multi-processor Work-out)
  Mut-arpos-4H-#6c-sci
  Bi-Tona

Sorex (a celebration of untamed shrews) Emily Doolittle (b. 1972)

Rambunction Stacey Barelos (b. 1978)

Switch Amy Williams (b. 1969)

Festina Lente Haley Myers (b. 1993)

Mignonettes et Poèmettes de Notre Temps Oleg Bezborodko (b. 1973)
I. Mignonette
II. Poèmette
III. Metamignonette
IV. Poèmette – diesel

Valse déconstruite Henrik Ajax (b. 1980)

Time Seems to Pass James Romig (b. 1971)

The New Muse Piano Duo (Paola Savvidou and Jonathan Kuuskoski) actively commissions and promotes new works for four-hands and two pianos, with a particular interest in exploring the piano in its fullest capacity as a string, percussion, and keyboard instrument.
They have commissioned duo works by Gabriel Prokofiev, Amy Williams, Jeffrey Hoover, Haley Myers, Michael Heap, and Stacey Barelos and solo works by Robert Honstein and James Romig. Tours have taken them across the United States to universities in Illinois, Maryland, Michigan, Missouri, North Carolina, Wisconsin, and abroad to the Ionian University in Corfu (Greece). International engagements include guest artist recitals at the European Association for Music
in Schools Conference and the Biennial Euro-Mediterranean Musicological Conference at the University of Nicosia, Cyprus, and a lecture-recital at the European Piano Teachers Association Conference in Oslo. Other US festival appearances include the Omaha Under the Radar and the Women Composers Festival of Hartford, CT. Based at the University of Missouri from 2012-2015, they were featured artists at the Missouri Music Teachers Association State Conference and the Mizzou International Composers Festival, and have enjoyed multiple performances at local series such as the Odyssey Chamber Music Series, the Friends of Music St. Louis and the University of Missouri St. Louis
Monday Noon Series. The Duo is currently based in Ann Arbor, MI.