About Michael Bussewitz-Quarm

Passionate about advocacy through choral music, Michael Bussewitz-Quarm is a New York-based composer, conductor, and educator. Michael’s most recent works include “The Road That Has No End”, commissioned by the Huntington Choral Society, and Requiem Dies Magna, premiering in September, 2017 by Long Island Voices and Sound Symphony under Michael’s direction. Michael recently organized the “My Name is Lamiya” and “Pay the Ferryman for David Aaron" Choral Consortium Projects, and “The Great American Choral Reef”, to be premiered on Earth Day, 2019. Michael can be reached through his website, www.MBQStudio.com

VIDEO: Update on Long Island Voices 2019 and U.S. Performances of “The Unarmed Child”

This is the busy time. As choirs begin to finalize their plans to join the “The Unarmed Child” Commissioning Consortium, [...]

“Nigra Sum” and “My Name is Lamiya: Don’t Call Me ’Refugee’” Selected for Project: Encore Catalog

I am thrilled to have two of my choral works selected for the Project: Encore Choral Catalog! What is Project: [...]

The Great American Choral Reef Challenge – JOIN the Movement!

We are underway! The Great American Choral Reef Challenge has launched with several choirs around the country creating their own [...]

My Article Featured in the ACDA Choral Journal: Long Island Voices and Social Justice Programming

I am thrilled to share the news that my article, "The Voice Of Community: A Choral Model for Social Justice [...]

Singers of Long Island performs my interpretation of Longfellow’s “Daybreak” – Perfect!

SoLI sang “Daybreak” this Sunday I had the good fortune to hear my choral interpretation of Longfellow’s “Daybreak” in concert this past Sunday. [...]

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