All material found in the Press Releases section is provided by parties entirely independent of Musical America and UBM Global Trade and are not responsible for content.

Press Releases

Choral Music of Dan Locklair on December 9 at Davidson College in Davidson, North Carolina

December 7, 2012
For Immediate Release
Contact: Jeffrey James Arts Consulting
516-586-3433 or

Dan Locklair’s A Christmas Carol, for SATB choir, a cappella will be presented on Sunday, December 9 – 7:30 PM by the Davidson College Chorale as part of the Christmas Vespers service in the Davidson College Presbyterian Church on the campus of Davidson College in Davidson, North Carolina.

A Christmas Carol, with text by G. K. Chesterton, was written in 1981 and appears on the Bel Canto Company’s Holy Canticles, Sacred and Secular Choral Music CD.

The program will also feature prelude music from the Davidson College Symphony Orchestra and numerous selections from the Davidson College Chorale throughout the service. Visit the Chorale at

For more about the December 9 event, call 704-894-2848 or visit

Internationally recognized composer Dan Locklair is Composer-in-Residence and Professor of Music at Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. His compositional output includes symphonic works, a ballet, an opera, and numerous solo, chamber, vocal, organ and choral compositions. His music has been performed throughout Europe and North America by many major orchestras, choral groups, chamber ensembles and soloists. Among his honors are consecutive ASCAP Awards since 1981 and a top award from the Barlow Endowment. In its centennial year, Dan Locklair was named Composer of the Year by the American Guild of Organists. Recent CDs include Naxos’ Symphony of Seasons and other orchestral works (CD 8.559337), performed by the Slovak Radio Orchestra. Locklair’s primary publishers are Subito Music and Ricordi (Boosey & Hawkes and Hal Leonard, U.S. agents).

For information about Dan Locklair, including a bio, list of works, discography and much more, please visit You can also contact Jeffrey James Arts Consulting at 516-586-3433 or





‘Why I Left Muncie’ by Sedgwick Clark

'Law and Disorder’ by GG Arts Law

'Career Advice' by Legendary Manager Edna Landau

'The New Classical' by Christian B. Carey

‘An American in Paris by Frank Cadenhead

‘Berlin Times’ by Rebecca Schmid

‘Munich Times by Andrew Powell

‘The Torn Tutu’ by Rachel Straus

‘A Rich Possession’ by James Conlon

Interviews with musicians who have successfully created their own opportunities.

Read more about this video








Updates to artist manager rosters



Search Musical America's archive of photos from 1900-1992.