Philharmonic Ensembles at Merkin Concert Hall - "Up close and personal" series this season will feature the world premiere of Joel Eric Suben's Piano Trio “Ballo di Corte” on Sunday, Nov. 23rd at 3pm. Ballo di Corte is the 2nd movment of Suben's A Memory of Youth. Other works on the program include Beethoven, Schubert, and Schnittke.
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VSO’s “Made in Vermont Music Festival” tours the state, September 19-29, with concerts in Johnson, Bellow's Falls, St. Albans, and other towns. The program includes a concerto by Dittersdorf for an undersung pair of solo instruments--viola and double bass—and Holst’s popular St. Paul’s Suite. Beth Wiemann, a Burlington native, will join the VSO to introduce the world premiere work she has written for the VSO, “Before the Snow.”
UNT Music Library and College of Music present: Pierrot Throughout the World:
A Concert by The UNT Pierrot Chamber Players
Dr. Arturo Ortega, conductor
Wednesday, September 17 at 8:00 PM
Voertman Hall, UNT College of Music
415 Avenue C
Denton, TX 76203
Monday, September 22 at 7:30 PM
Austrian Cultural Forum
11 E. 52nd St.
New York, NY 10022
Soprano Tony Arnold joins pianist Alison d'Amato and flutist Bonita Boyd in a song recital in Kilbourn Hall at the Eastman School of Music on Sunday, September 7th, at 3 pm. Curated by David Liptak, the program presents Twilight Butterfly (2013) by Augusta Read Thomas, Five Lyrics of Louise Bogan (1977) by Warren Benson, Two Poems of Agueda Pizarro (1980) by Joseph Schwantner, and the premiere performance of Dove Songs (2014) by David Liptak, using poetry by Rita Dove.
The Chicago Tribune writes, “anything sung by soprano Tony Arnold is worth hearing.” Hailed by the New York Times as “a bold, powerful interpreter,” she is recognized internationally as a leading proponent of new music in concert and recording, praised for her sparkling and insightful performances of the most daunting contemporary scores.
Concert will take place at the Black Box Theater on Washington Square East. Henry Skolnick and Paul Vasile are the performers, and the entire program is for either contra or the tenoroon.
Henry Skolnick was a member of the Florida Philharmonic Orchestra, in Miami, for eighteen years and taught bassoon and wind chamber music at Florida International University for fifteen years. He has been on the summer faculty at Interlochen Arts Camp since 2004. In addition to his years in the Florida Philharmonic, he has performed with the St. Louis Symphony, The Los Angeles Philharmonic, The Chicago Symphony’s musicNOW series,
On October 12 and 14, 2014 - Low and Lower (Brooks Whitehouse, cello; Paul Sharpe, bass) perform with the Winston-Salem Symphony, Robert Moody, Music Director, the world premiere performances of Lawrence Dillon's Poke (orchestral version) and a new work written for them, Katabasis (concerto for cello, double bass and orchestra). Additional performances are planned for the Boise and Portland Symphonies.
Two works by Richard Cameron-Wolfe were performed on May 25, 2014 during the XXIV International Festival “Musical Premieres of the Season”, held at the Music Hall of the National Union of Composers in Kiev, Ukraine. His Lapis Lazuli (2000; for flute and piano was performed by Sergey Vilka and Vitaly Kyanitsya and his Sacre-lege (2013; for quintet, crafted entirely from musical materials in Stravinsky’s “Sacre”) was performed by Ensemble Sed Contra.
On Thursday, July 17, the California Summer Music Festival (July 5-28), in Sonoma Valley will feature Louis Karchin (brief composer residency), with students and faculty of the festival presenting five recent Karchin works: Ricercare, Four Sketches (both for solo violin), Two Lyrics for solo cello, Lyrics II for piano, and Second String Quartet. The concert is at 8 PM in the Green Music Center of Sonoma State University, in Rohnert Park, CA and admission is free.