• L to R: David Froom, Bruce Reiprich, Matthew Greenbaum
  • Matthew Welch
  • L to R: Jason Belcher, Burr Van Nostrand, Francis Thorne, Rosalie Calabrese
  • Transcension by Dorothy Rudd Moore
  • Elizabeth Bell, T.J. Anderson, Robert Carl
  • Amy Advocat, Dorothy Rudd Moore, Robert Ceely
  • L to R: Lewis Nielson, Marilyn Shrude, Sunbin Kim
  • Eleanor Cory, Tom Flaherty
  • Composers L to R: Brian Fennelly, William DeFotis, Gheorghe Costinescu
  • Composers L to R: John Gibson, Jan Gilbert, Robert Gibson
  • Ensemble Mise-En, music of Robert Carl and Ramon Zupko

David Liptak’s Constellations, performed by pianist Zuzanna Kwon, April 28

Apr 28 2018 - 6:00pm

Zuzanna Kwon (piano), Carmen Lemoine (flute), and Nathalie Colas (soprano) will present Music for Young Imaginations
Music by David Liptak - Constellations, Shawn Okpedholo - On a Poem by Miho Nonaka, Kenji Bunch - Velocity, Jacob ter Veldhuis - Lipstick, and Steven Rice - Benediction (premiere)

Redeemer Lutheran Church, 139 East 1st Street, Hinsdale, Illinois
Free admission, donations accepted


Matthew Welch's And Here We Are at National Sawdust, May 6

May 6 2018 - 7:00pm

Chamber opera portrayed with shadow puppets -

And Here We Are is a new shadow puppet opera composed by EiO co-founder Matthew Welch and librettist Daniel Neer. This evening-length opera tells Welch’s great-uncle Edgar Kneedler’s inspiring story of survival in a Japanese prison camp in the Philippines during WWII, and illustrates the power of music to create bonds between cultures and transcend the greatest adversities. Scored for four vocalists and an orchestra combining Welch’s ensemble Blarvuster and Mantra Percussion, And Here We Are will be staged using an innovative and macbre style of Asian shadow puppetry created by director and designer Jeanette Oi-Suk Yew.

North/South Consonance presents Earth Day Concert, April 22

Apr 22 2018 - 3:00pm

On Sunday afternoon April 22 North/South celebrates Earth Day with a special chamber music concert featuring works by composers from Canada, Mexico,  Venezuela and the US.  Free Admission. Flutist Lisa Hansen, violinist Francisco Salazar and pianist Max Lifchitz will perform works by Escalona-Mijares, Green-Willner, Fortuin,  Lifchitz, Pleskow, Schiffman and Zitella. The event will start at 3 PM and will be held at the beautiful auditorium of Christ and St Stephen's Church on Manhattan's  West Side.

Music of Louis Karchin, New York City, April 27

Apr 27 2018 - 8:00pm
Friday, April 27, 8 PM, Louis Karchin's duo Quest for flute and harp will receive its NY premiere on a concert of the Washington Square Contemporary Music Society.  The program will feature ICE performers Alice Teyssier, Ashley Jackson, Chris Gross, and Dan Lippel along with many others and will include a world premiere written for violist Lois Martin by Charles Wuorinen, performed in honor of the composer's 80th birthday, as well as new works by Jan Krzywicki, Friedrich Kern, Brian Fennelly and Anna Thorvaldsdottir. Tenri Cultural Institute, 43a W. 13th St.

H. Roz Woll, mezzo-soprano, sings music of Dorothy Rudd Moore, Diane Reeves, and more, CUNY, April 17

Apr 17 2018 - 7:30pm

APR 17, 2018 | 7:30 PM

WHERE:The Graduate Center  365 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY
ROOM:1201: Elebash Recital Hall
WHEN:  April 17, 2018: 7:30 PM-9:00 PM

Boston Lyric Opera - showcasing the lives and stories of Frederick Douglass, Harriet Tubman, Martin Luther King Jr., and Paul Robeson, May 31-June 7

Jun 7 2018 - 6:00pm

"The Voice of My Beloved/Arise, My Love, My Fair” a duet for tenor and soprano from Frederick Douglass, an opera by Dorothy Rudd Moore, will be performed by Boston Lyric Opera in a concert series of scenes/selections from several dramatic works. BLO joins forces with CASTLE OF OUR SKINS to showcase the lives and stories of Frederick Douglass, Harriet Tubman, Martin Luther King Jr., and Paul Robeson through the music of opera. Paired with spoken word, art song, spirituals and history, their lives—and those of other legendary liberators—take center stage.

Featuring the music of composers Nkeiru Okoye, Adolphus Hailstork, Dorothy Rudd Moore, Margaret Bonds, and Undine Smith Moore.

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