“admirable String Quartet”
The New York Times

"Musically, "Tienda" fascinatingly blends classical idioms with the seductive beats and melodies of Latin America. With a basic ensemble of violin, viola, cello, guitar, piano and percussion, Venezuela-born Moya spans textures of pulsing vibrancy, subtly shading harmonies to trace the fragile emotional arc of his central characters."

The Star Tribune

“The Island with the Imaginary Moon,” is especially breathtaking, a gently melancholy moment to stop, breathe, and look around as the earth moves under you."

Zoë Madonna, Q2 Music

"Siempre Lunes, Siempre Marzo showed innovative and animated orchestration . . . One could hear a new world opening up as the children of the novel touch ice for the first time, with lush orchestral colors accompanying a solo horn paired with piccolo."

Princeton Town Topics

 "The piano and violin work supremely well together and as the pieces unspool there is a hugely exciting blend of the minimalist Adams expression, with the Venezualan folk music that inspires Moya – music that wends and dances, sways, forgets and remembers."

Classical nowhere

"Violin 3.0" to be performed at the Minnesota Orchestra's Chamber Music Series

May 31st

The piece will be featured in the finale to the Minnesota Orchestra's chamber music series. More info here.

New Orchestral work to be premiered by Cannon Valley Regional Orchestra to commemorate its 40th anniversary

April 25th and 26th

More info here.

New orchestral work "Silver" to be premiered by the Minnesota Sinfonia

April 17th and 19th

World premiere of a new work commissioned by the Minnesota Sinfonia. More info here.

Tienda returns to Minnesota

February 21 and 22

If you missed it last time, come check it out. Augsburg University is staging the opera as part of its Sesquicentennial Celebration. The immersive experience will include samplings of food and smells to bring the world of the opera alive in a tangible way. More info and tickets available here.

Letras Sonoras: Words and Music from Latin America

February 6th, 8th and 9th

Joined by violinist Francesca Anderegg, and pianist Erika Ribeiro, the recital will include compositions by Moya and other composers as well as readings from writers from Latin America. Various locations throughout Arizona. More info here.

Reinaldo Moya announced as the innaugural winner of the Ellis-Beauregard Foundation Composer Award.

January 2020

Moya will write a new work for the Bangor Symphony Orchestra for their 20-21 season. More info here.

Vestida de mar (Violin Concerto) World Premiere

August 10 and 11th.

SATURDAY, AUGUST 10 | 7:30 P.M.
SUNDAY, AUGUST 11 | 2 P.M.

Tornstorm Auditorium
804 Oak Street, Brainerd

More info here.

Vestida de mar (Violin Concerto) at the Greenwood Music Camp

August 4th

Greenwood Music Camp at the Barn. Cumington, MA. 3pm. More info here.

Da Capo Chamber Players perform "Crónica de una muerta anunciada"

June, 5th 8pm; Merkin Concert Hall

Details here.

Moya is the Composer in Residence at The National Music Festival in Chestertown, Maryland

June 2nd to June 15th

Performances of Brass Quintet on June 5th, and Polythene Sonata Product on June 11th. More info here.

"Tienda" Reviewed by the Star Tribune

"Tienda" obviously raised questions about immigration, questions that continue to be unresolved in present-day America. What lingered afterward, however, was the proud individuality of Moya's music. It movingly evoked all that can't be left behind when a person quits one country for the hope of a better future in another."

Read the complete review here.

World Premiere of new chamber opera "Tienda" by the Schubert Club

May 23rd and 25th

More info here.

"Diáspora" for cello and piano premiered at the Schubert Club's Courtrrom Concert

May 2nd, at noon

More info here

Reinaldo Awarded the Charles Ives Felloship from the American Academy of Arts and Letters

More info here.

Siempre Lunes, Siempre Marzo performed by the Charlottesville Symphony under the baton of maestro Ben Rous

February 16th and 17th

More information here.

The Way North World Premiere Recording now available

Matthew McCright has recorded the epic cycle for solo piano "The Way North" in his newest album What Is Left Behind. More info here. Album available on Spotify, CD-Baby. Come to the Album Release Event at Carleton College October 5th. Details here.

Schubert Club Composer Portrait Concert

April 19th at Noon

Two World Premieres: DREAM Songs and The Earth Outlived the Hands that Held It. Performers include Clara Osowski, Tyker Wittrich, FrancescaAnderegg, Jorge Montilla, and Matthew McCright.

More info here.

Ciudades del Porvenir performance

April 14th, 12:30

Jared Miller and Anna Cristofaro will perform the complete Ciucades del Porvenir for soprano and piano as part of Jared's Masters Recital at the University of Minnesota.

More info here.

Ghostwritten Variations Performance

April 3rd

Francesca Anderegg, Eli Lara and Nicola Melville perform the Ghostwritten Variations at St. Olaf College in Northfield, MN.

More info here.

Rayuela Festival Launch!

October 6 and 8

The Way North to be premiered by Matthew McCright as part of the Rayuela Festival. Augsburg University. October 6, 7 pm. More info here.

Reinaldo appointed as the new Schubert Club Composer- in- Residence

June 2017

More info here.

Siempre Lunes, Siempre Marzo performed by the Juilliard Orchestra as part of the Focus Festival. Carlos Miguel Prieto, Conductor

January 27th, 2017. 7:30 pm. Alice Tully Hall

More info here.

Premiere of new song cycle "Ciudades del Porvenir" as part of a Yellow Barn Artist Residency

December 18th, 2016

Soprano Laura Strickling and Pianist Liza Stepanova will premiere a new Spanish-language cycle as part of their artist residency at the Yellow Barn Music Festival in Putney, Vermont.

More info here.

"Passacaglia for Orchestra" chosen as the winner of the Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra competition

October 27th, 2016

"Passacaglia for Orchestra" was chosen by the audience and the musicians of the Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra as the winner of the competition. The Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra will perform the piece again under the baton of Maestro Matthew Kraemer as part of the Indiana State University Contemporary Music Festival in Terra Haute, Indiana. October 27th 7:30 pm. More info here.

Passacaglia for Orchestra performed by Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra

September 23rd, 7 pm Howard Schrott Center for the Arts

My Passacaglia for Orchestra was chosen to be performed by the Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra as part of their EarShot New Music Readings.

 

More info here.

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