Three Walt Whitman Songs by Darleen Mitchell will be performed January 26 at Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS, at the at All-Faiths Chapel. It is the third performance of this work by baritone Andrew White and pianist Nathan Buckner (both faculty members of the University of Nebraska-Kearney) for their "Recital of New Art Songs on Poetry of Walt Whitman (1819 - 1892)" The program begins with comments by Dr. Kevin McMullen, Project Manager of the Walt Whitman Archive of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
Mirror Visions Ensemble will be performing Leslie Adams' "Heart of a Woman" arranged for Tenor, Baritone, and Piano, as part of its This Land Is Ours concert on January 19th at the Wadsworth Atheneum in Hartford, CT, and January 29 2020 in Baltimore at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, as part of the school's cultural programming.
Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Concert 2020free and open to the publicWhen: Jan 19, 2020, 3:00pm - 4:00pmWhere: University Circle
The Cleveland Music Settlement students and faculty will present a special concert today in tribute to the late Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. The concert, which will feature spirituals, arts songs, music by African American composers, and audience participation, will be held in the Glick Recital Hall in Burke mansion. All are invited to attend this free concert.
Wednesday, January 22, 2020, 7:30 PM
New York Composers Circle presents: A Concert Featuring Vocals, Strings, Piano, & ElectronicsMarc A. Scorca Hall, National Opera Center, 330 7 th Ave., 7 th Floor, New York City
Various artistsThomas Parente – selections from Morphs for Piano TrioScott D. Miller – Paganini Liszt Distortion – electronicsTamara Cashour – Trio of Troubled Earth – piano trioRichard Brooks – String Trio— intermission —Patricia Leonard – How Lonely – piano trioFrederick Boyle – Palindrome Canon 5 – electronicsDavid See – In the Gloaming – soprano, pianoCarl Kanter – Trio – piano trio
A concert by the Oberlin Percussion Group directed by Michael Rosen on November 26, 2019, featured the world premiere of RETRO VARIATIONS by Christopher Shultis, as well as works by William Russell, Bob Becker, Reiko Füting, and more. The concert was live-streamed on the Oberlin website. And on November 19, music by Shultis was performed at the ASU Kerr Cultural Center in Scottsdale, in a program called "Lost In Sound." Soprano Stacey Mastrian and percussionist Simone Mancuso presented music for voice and percussion instruments, featuring the world premiere of "After Agnes Martin" (from the opera Lost in the Woods), based on texts by Henry David Thoreau and written for Stacey and Simone by American composer Chris Shultis.
Centaur Recordings has released a new album of electronic works by composer Hubert Howe. The disc includes Harmonic Fantasies 3 and 4, Inharmonic Fantasies 3, 4, 5 and 8. Centaur Records, CRC 3579. More information is found here.
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