Category Archives: Recordings

Watershed Album Release!

Oliver’s third studio album Watershed is out! A year in the making, Watershed was conceived as a love letter to Oliver’s home state of Massachusetts. It features three chamber works, each inspired by one of his favorite walks in nature. These beautiful green spaces have kept me centered through this past year, offering peace and […]

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Support Oliver’s Next Album “Watershed”

Oliver is producing his third studio album, Watershed. A balm for difficult times, Watershed offers uplifting music for troubled spirits. Oliver needs your help to record this music. He has launched a crowd-funding campaign on Kickstarter to raise $15,000 of the $20,000 it will cost to produce Watershed. Independent classical albums like Watershed simply do not turn a profit. But […]

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Hartwick Album Release Event

Celebrate the Hartwick Faculty Octet’s new album Stravinsky: Alone No More! Join Dr. Andrew Pease and composers Oliver Caplan, Michael Markowski, JoAnne Harris and Chris Lamb, for an intimate discussion about the music. Wednesday, January 27 at 7:00pm on ZoomClick Here for Registration Info

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Tonight on Seattle’s Classical KING FM 98.1

Oliver’s Journey to the West will be played tonight on Classical KING FM 98.1 “Musical Chairs,” moderated by guest host Rachel Ciprotti of the Seattle Chamber Players. Hear it live 7pm PST / 10pm EST Online stream link:…/…/sgplayer/player.php Mobile stream link:

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Trio Siciliano: New Release!

The renowned Trio Siciliano has released their new album Exploring Music, which includes a passionate new recording of Oliver’s piece Illuminated by the Light of Two Ships Passing in the Night. Exploring Music showcases an evocative collection of music for violin, cello and piano from contemporary composers around the world. In addition to Oliver’s music, it includes works […]

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Early Praise for “You Are Not Alone”

Apple iTunes published this editor’s review of Oliver’s new album You Are Not Alone: There’s a beautiful simplicity about Oliver Caplan’s music, infused as much of it is with the evocative sounds of folk song. The intimate “To the Sea,” the longest work here, paints a tender portrait of coastal communities, while the four-movement title […]

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