Important Notice

Random Access Music, our Board of Directors, and our composers and performers thank you
for your continued support as we all went through the many challenges brought about by the Covid-19 pandemic.



Random Access Music (RAM) and the 2022 Queens New Music Festival reemerge and return to live performances with an exciting lineup that includes premieres of contemporary classical music from the Quintet of the Americas, the Shutterspeed Duo, and Random Access Music; contemporary tango/jazz from the Emilio Teubal Trio; sound sculptures from guitarist Giacomo Baldelli; and a portrait concert paying tribute to RAM founder/composer Allen Schulz.

Friday June 10
7pm Random Access Music with special guest, dancer Miki Orihara

9pm  Emilio Teubal Trio

Saturday June 11
4pm Quintet of the Americas
6pm Shutterspeed Duo
8pm Guitarist Giacomo Baldelli

Sunday June 12
4pm Portrait concert and tribute to RAM founder Allen Schulz

6pm Random Access Music





QNMF 2022
June 10, 11, and 12

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Random Access Music



Queens New Music Festival 2022


Random Access Music celebrates the reemergence of the Queens New Music Festival to live, in-person concerts!


Random Access Music's programs are made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts
with the support of the Office of the Governor and the New York State Legislature.

This program is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.


Random Access Music

Random Access Music (RAM) is a new music presenter in the United States with a core collective of composers and performers presenting a wide array of contemporary music from the United States and abroad.

“Move over Brooklyn, Queens is staking its claim for new-music street cred [via] Random Access Music.”

— Allan Kozinn, The New York Times

“Random Access Music, one of the things that has been making Queens cool.”

— Brooklyn Rail

"Yelps, yowls and dry creaky hisses. These aren’t the sounds you might ordinarily associate with the clarinet - and you would be equally surprised to declare these sounds beautiful."

— Neil Chiragdin, Queens Chronicle

"It’s not something they’re going to be able to download off of Spotify really quick."

— Chris Graham, percussionist, on NY1

Composers & Players

The composers of RAM represent a broad spectrum of American aesthetics, styles, and voices and revel in music of all types.

RAM Players are high caliber artists, who specialize in new music, and are dedicated to delivering exciting performances of works by living composers.

Contact Us

We would love to hear your feedback and we are always happy to answer questions about RAM and Queens New Music Festival.