Saturday, November 8 | 3:00 PM
ACA News and Events
-- "Aims of the Alliance," from ACA Bulletin, Vol 1, No. 1, April 1938
Saturday, November 8 | 3:00 PM
Contents May Differ, the new CD from acclaimed clarinetist Pat O'Keefe, features compositions by fellow Minnesotans.
ACA composer Scott Miller boasts compositional and performance credits on the title track, which envelops bass clarinet multiphonics in a rich sonic landscape of sine tones and broken clocks.
Pat O'Keefe is a multifaceted performer who is endlessly active and in high demand in a wide variety of musical styles and genres. He has performed as as soloist with symphony orchestras and wind ensembles, played for belly dancers, and rocked samba in the streets. This is his first solo CD of compositions for clarinet and bass clarinet.
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The percussion ensemble of SUNY Potsdam premieres Robert Carl's The Inevitable Wave(B) for eight purcussionists and fixed media October 29th at 8:00pm. The event will be held in the Snell Theater and is free and open to the public.
Saxophonist William Perconti will release a new CD recording of works for solo saxophone on Albany Records, Nov. 1st. This recording, SINGLE REED, includes the mainstream family of saxophones -- soprano, alto, tenor, baritone, and bass saxophones in a wide variety of classical styles, ranging from tradition tonal music to 12-tone abstraction. Works by Allan Blank, Leo Kraft, Benjamin Britten, Warren Benson, and others, are featured.
Under the direction of J. B. Smith and Simone Mancuso, students from the ASU School of Music’s Percussion Area showcase masterworks from the ensemble repertoire, on December 4th, 2014. Alive (2014) by David Liptak, for 6 percussionists will be performed at the Evelyn Smith Theatre at ASU.
Alive is a composition for percussion sextet, and it is scored for three marimbas, two vibraphones, chimes, and xylophone. Composed in 2013, it was written for Michael Burritt and percussion students at the Eastman School of Music. This five-minute work displays a controlled energy; the music for marimbas and xylophone is
Keyed Up Music Project Presents Celebrating George Crumb at 85. George Crumb's music explores a diverse range of idioms, always from a profoundly unique vantage point. With every work, Crumb redefines the technical possibilities of the instrument, creating new sonic universes that are deeply mystical and memorable. His honors include both Grammy and Pulitzer Prizes.
The Italian Academy hosts the inaugural concert of The Stefan Wolpe Fund featuring world premieres and works by Matthew Greenbaum, Charles Wuorinen, Jonathan Dawe, and William Anderson. Featured artists include JACK Quartet, pianist Steven Beck, Vox n Plux, violinist/violist Miranda Cuckson and cellist Jay Campbell.
When & where
Thursday, October 30, 2014 @ 7pm
The Italian Academy, Columbia University, 1161 Amsterdam Avenue (118th Street)
TENTH INTERVENTION presents:
Subversion: Music about Conflicts, Politics and War
featuring works by David T. Little, Aleksandra Vrebalov, Dorian Wallace, and
338 w. 23rd st, NYC 10011
$15 general admission, $10 in advance,
free with military ID
Purchase tickets here
X+N is a new c)i series coproduced with SpectrumNYC that combines the solo virtuosity of counter)induction players with seminal works from the history of electronic music. Each performer selects his or her own solo repertoire that best counterpoints the electronic works on the concert. This week features pianist Ning Yu, and the electronic music of Vladimir Ussachevsky.
Ning Yu + Ussachevsky program:
Solo piano works: Beethoven, Chin, Chopin, Crumb, Murail
Saturday, October 18 at 7:30 PM
Spectrum, 121 Ludlow Street, 2nd Floor, New York, NY