Composer-in-Residence

Jeremy Cavaterra

Jeremy Cavaterra was born in New York City in 1971. His music has been performed by soloists, chamber groups, and orchestras internationally. As a pianist he has appeared as both soloist and collaborative artist with ensembles, instrumentalists, and singers, often performing his own work. He studied piano with Tania Agins and Robert Turner in Los Angeles, and composition with Giampaolo Bracali at Manhattan School of Music.

Some of his recently premiered works include Sextet for Piano and Strings (2014), commissioned and performed by The Salastina Music Society in conjunction with Junior Chamber Music; Monterey Suite (2014), commissioned and performed by the Master Sinfonia Chamber Orchestra in Palo Alto; and Trio for Harp, Flute, and Viola (2013), commissioned and performed by The Myriad Trio / Art of Élan in San Diego.

Jeremy Cavaterra has been the Composer-In-Residence for The Salastina Music Society since 2010.

Click here for more information about our in-studio recording of Cavaterra’s Three Neruda Arias with soprano Elizabeth Futral.

Listen to an audio excerpt of the last movement, “Aquí,” by clicking below:
Cavaterra: Three Neruda Songs – III. Aquí

All of the audio samples below have been taken from live performances.

Salastina World Premieres of Jeremy Cavaterra’s Compositions

Cavaterra: Rosetti Songs – I. Requiem
Cavaterra: Rosetti Songs – II. Uphill
Cavaterra: Rosetti Songs – III. Another Spring
Cavaterra: Andante for Two Violins
Cavaterra: March
Cavaterra: Divertimento
Cavaterra: The Owls

Jeremy Cavaterra’s Arrangements for Salastina

Piazzolla: Libertango
Cavaterra-Marquez: Fantasy on Danzon No. 2
Gade: Jalousie
Walton: Selection from Henry V
Piazzolla: Primavera
Rodriguez: La Cumparsita