A movement from "Etudes constructives" an expansive new work for solo piano by Brian Schober will be given its premiere performance by pianist Margaret Mills, who commissioned it, on Wednesday, December 12 at 8 p.m. at Christ and St. Stephen's Church in New York City. She will also premiere pieces by American composers Richard Wilson, Betty Weishart and Libby Larsen. More info here.
Deliquescent, a new work for violoncello and piano by Bruce Reiprich. Recent and upcoming performances by Ensemble Sigma Duo -
Upcoming - Dec. 11 in Évora, Portugal, Venue: Auditório da Escola de Artes da Universidade de Évora. With Sigma Duo: Ana Claudia de Assis, piano; and Miguel Rocha, cello.
August 22, 2018Série Viva MúsicaEscola de Música, Universidade Federal de Minas GeraisBelo Horizonte, Brazil
NYC-based classical music ensemble Cantata Profana performed a portrait concert of music by Matthew Welch during Matthew's Artist-Residency at John Zorn's NYC venue The Stone.
Nullius in Verba, a new electroacoustic work by Robert Scott Thompson, has been awarded the Honorable Mention (second prize) at Musica Nova 2018 "Fantasy and Technology" in Prague. A concert of the selected winners will take place on December 14 at Theatre of Inspiration (HAMU), Malostranské sqr. 1, Prague 1, Entry fee 70 CZK, under 15 years free. Broadcasts of the works will follow variously around the EU.
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Season Concert #3 - Commission Competition Winners December 6, 2018, 7:30PMJerome Robbins Hall at the Baryshnikov Arts Center450 W 37th St - New York CityMusic by Gary Philo, David Bird, Evan Johnson, David Franzson, Chris Fisher-Lochhead and Ioannis Angelakis
Abend, by Daniel Tacke, at St. John's in the Village in Manhattan, New York, on December 15th, 2018
New York-based musicians Jon Clancy (Westfield, NJ) and Amber Evans (Brisbane, AUS), panSonus is an interdisciplinary duo that seeks to promote and collaborate in the creation of new and experimental works for combinations of voice, percussion, theatre, and electronics, that transcend their respective traditional practices. Through their work, the duo curates uniquely engaging and visceral performance experiences through works that heighten awareness of corporeal, spacial, and material resonance, and advocates for thoughtful, inclusive, and conceptual programming practices.
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