UPCOMING EVENTS

This page features upcoming events that feature presentations of works by Carol Worthey as well announcements and other items of current and future interest.


 

Latest News!

  • The latest newsletter issue "Noteworthey!" featuring Carol's recent and upcoming world premieres is now available. You can read it on-line by clicking here.

  • Carol's Tranquil Moments Series of paintings are now available as high quality giclée prints at The Tranquil Moment. You can visit this halcyon world by clicking here.

  • Carol's mermaid series of paintings are now available as high quality giclée prints at Mermaid Mystique. You can visit this magical world by clicking here.

  • The prior issue of Carol's newsletter "Noteworthey!" featuring Bejing, China and Tess Remy-Schumacher is available on-line by clicking here.

  • The previous issue of Carol's newsletter "Noteworthey!" featured the Florence Biennale. You can read it on-line by clicking here.

  • Carol exhibited three artworks at the Biennale d'Arte Contemporanea di Firenze 2007 and received a special award from the President and City of Florence. Read all about it by clicking here.

  • Conducted by Luca Benucci, the world-premiere of Carol's "Fanfare for The New Renaissance" was performed by Brass Dimension Ensemble in Florence, Italy. Read about it by clicking here.

  • Carol's article "Intriguing Counterpoint" on music and painting is featured in the 2007 International Alliance for Women in Music (IAWM) Journal.
    Find out more: click here.


Announcements:

Carol Worthey has been elected to the Board of Directors of the International Alliance
for Women in Music
.

 

Recognition:

Carol Worthey receives ACME Music Award
We are honored and delighted to announce that Carol Worthey has been unanimously elected to ACME, the prestigious honor society of Mu Phi Epsilon International Professional Music Fraternity. ACME stands for Artists (i.e., Performers), Composers, Musicologists, Educators. On ACME’s roster are distinguished and acclaimed musicians from around the world who share in the Mu Phi Epsilon mission to foster music, friendship and harmony on a world-wide basis.

A Carol Worthey choral work and an art song cycle have been recognized as finalists in two separate composition competitions this past year:

Gloria in Excelsis Deo II was a Finalist in the American Choral Directors Association 2004 Composition Competition.

See Score here

 

Song cycle for Mezzo-Soprano or Soprano and Piano the petal of somewhere based on the poems of E.E. Cummings was a finalist in the 2004 "Search for New Music", Miriam Gideon Prize, put on by the International Alliance for Women in Music.

See Score here