Which Sinfonia is a digital classical music platform run by independent artists dedicated to long-form writing, in-depth conversations and reviews.

A 'Sinfonia' often marks a musical introduction and simply translates to 'sounding together'. Which Sinfonia is a membership-based platform dedicated to in-depth writing about classical music that cherishes nuance. If you're looking to be introduced to today's musical thought leaders by way of intricate writing, you've come to the right place. Members of Which Sinfonia receive exclusive content providing a look behind the curtain delivered directly and regularly to their inbox.

So, Which Sinfonia? Our name is inspired by Luciano Berio's 1968 Sinfonia, which remains a groundbreaking work to this day that is deeply rooted in history. And we're still talking about it.


Anna Heflin seeks to understand and explore music as voraciously as possible as a writer and composer. She fosters a fascination in the relationship between music, text and how they continually influence each other. Which Sinfonia was launched out of a desire to open up dialogue with creators whom she deeply respects and a need to create a digital platform that prioritizes writings by artists.

Anna holds degrees in viola performance from University of California, Santa Barbara (BM) and the San Francisco Conservatory of Music (MM). Her debut album, The Redundancy of the Angelic: An Interluding Play, is out now on Infrequent Seams. She is based in NYC.

If you are interested in being featured on Which Sinfonia or contributing your writings, reach out to Anna at anna.heflin@whichsinfonia.com


Emery Kerekes is a vocalist, cellist, conductor, writer, and arts administrator based in NYC. In addition to Which Sinfonia, he is a regular contributor to Opera News magazine and has published his own website, Classical Music Geek, since 2019, when he reviewed 50 concerts over the course of one sticky New York summer. Emery graduated from Yale University in May 2021 with a B.A. in Music. In his free time, he enjoys testing the limits of his closet-sized kitchen and watching The Amazing Race, often at the same time.


Lisa Atkinson is a Chicago-based composer and writer avid in the pursuit and promotion of new music, whose work strives to encapsulate the visceral, tactile nature of sonic experience and the emotional context of gesture through music and prose.

Currently, Atkinson is pursuing her Ph.D. in composition at Northwestern University under the guidance of Alex Mincek, Jay Alan Yim, and Hans Thomalla. Atkinson holds an M.A. from Montclair State University and a B.Mus. in music composition from Arizona State University.


Belinda Chen is a pianist and writer based in Seattle, Washington. She recently graduated with her DMA from the University of Miami, and her dissertation explored the relationship between music and literature. Belinda has performed at Kennedy Center’s Millennium Stage in Washington D.C, the Teatro Massimio Vincenzo Bellini in Catania, Italy, the Savannah International Trade and Convention Center in Savannah, GA, and the Osaka International House in Osaka, Japan. She has performed as a soloist with the Bellini Symphony Orchestra in Catania, Italy, and the Frost Symphony Orchestra in Miami, FL.


Andrew Friedman is a San Francisco-based clarinetist, composer, and educator devoted to performing music new and old, large and small. His freelance credits include symphony, ballet, and opera institutions around the Bay Area and beyond; he also tours nationally with the Oakland-based classical/hip-hop fusion group Ensemble Mik Nawooj. Recent projects include an ambitious commissioning project to create a new repertoire of work for unaccompanied E-flat clarinet and training a very small dog. Friedman graduated with honors from the University of Puget Sound with degrees in Music Performance and English and holds an MM in performance from the San Francisco Conservatory of Music.


Jennifer Gersten is a writer and violinist from Queens, NY. She is the winner of the 2018 Rubin Institute Prize in Music Criticism for "outstanding promise" in the field and has contributed essays, features, and reviews to The Washington Post, The New Yorker, Guernica, PBS NewsHour, and The Kenyon Review online. A DMA student at Stony Brook University, where she is a primary student of Arnaud Sussmann, Jennifer has been a recipient of fellowships from Tanglewood, Lucerne, and Kneisel Hall. With pianist Laura Davey, she is one half of the duo Double Standard.


Yaz Lancaster (they/them) is a Black transdisciplinary artist most interested in relational aesthetics; fragments and collage; and liberatory politics. Their writing appears in the tiny, I CARE IF YOU LISTEN, and in Peach Mag, where they are the visual arts editor. Yaz holds degrees in violin performance and poetry from NYU. They have an Aquarius "big three," and they love chess, horror movies, and bubble tea.

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