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21st Century Consort plays music by David Froom, Hilary Tann, Evan Chambers, and more, Dec. 21

21st Century Consort, Washington DC
Dec 21 2019 - 5:00pm

The 21st Century Consort, award-winning contemporary music ensemble-in-residence at the Smithsonian Institution for over four decades, embarks on its first season at the beautiful St. Mark’s Episcopal Church on Capital Hill. Artistic Director Christopher Kendall presents a season of new music and high drama featuring artists Paul Cigan, Lisa Emenheiser, Dan Foster, Lee Hinkle, Alexandra Osborne, Sara Stern, and Rachel Young.

December 1, 2019 - "Round About Midnight" features Violoncelletude by David Froom as well as music by Evan Chambers, Helen Grime, George Crumb, Hilary Tann, Pete Seeger, and more.

Concert at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church on Capital Hill
301 A St SE, Washington, DC 20003

David Liptak's The Sleepers, Cordancia Chamber Orchestra, Nov. 9, 10

Cordancia Chamber Orchestra - photo by Ken Bello
Nov 9 2019 - 7:00pm

THE SLEEPERS for Soprano and Chamber Orchestra, by DAVID LIPTAK - upcoming performances:

November 9 at the Hochstein School of Music and November 10 at the Memorial Art Gallery, both in Rochester NY.
Performers: Cordancia Chamber Orchestra with soprano soloist Tyler Cassidy-Heacock, and conductor Rachel Lauber.
This setting of the Walt Whitman poem "The Sleepers" uses the eighth and final part of this poem. Written for soprano and chamber orchestra, the work was commissioned by Kathleen Kenny Suher, in memory of her mother Patricia Kenney Bertz.

The program also features composer anniversaries and includes "Dreams" by George Antheil, and "Champagne Galop" by H. C. Lumbye. 

Music of Marilyn Shrude and Louis Karchin at BGSU New Music Festival, Oct. 19

Oct 19 2019 - 8:00pm

40th Annual Bowling Green New Music Festival
October 16-19, 2019

Featuring guest composer EVAN ZIPORYN
and guest ensemble NEW MUSIC DETROIT

Saturday, October 19

2:30pm, Bryan Recital Hall
Concert 7: Chamber works by Marilyn Shrude, Georgi Dimitrov, Christine Southworth, Kenneth Young, Ivan Moody, and Ana Paola Santillan Alcocer.

8pm, Kobacker Hall
Concert 8: Orchestral and choral works by Mikel Kuehn, Louis Karchin, John Corigliano, Paul Frucht, and Evan Ziporyn.

Ninth Wave, for cello and electronics by Robert Scott Thompson, in concert at Georgia State and Univ of Wisconsin, Oct 15, Nov. 6

Oct 15 2019 - 7:30pm

Ninth Wave,  a new work by Robert Scott Thompson for cello and electronic sound will be performed by Craig Hultgren at Kopleff Recial Hall in Atlanta this week, and then also on Wednesday, November 6th at 7:30 P.M. on the La Crosse New Music Festival in the Annett Recital Hall at the University of Wisconsin - La Crosse.

Robert Ceely's "Synoecy" for clarinet and tape, featured by Ensemble SOLI, Oct. 14-15

SOLI Chamber Ensemble: clarinetist Stephanie Key, cellist David Mollenauer, violinist Ertan Torgul, and pianist Carolyn True
Oct 14 2019 - 7:30pm

San-Antonio based SOLI Chamber Ensemble, presents the 2019-2020 season, collectively titled “Rarified Air,” beginning with the sounds of nature --the “Nature’s Voices” program Oct. 14-15.

City Music by Glenn Stallcop, with the Phoenix Symphony, Tito Muñoz, conductor, November 8, 9, 10

Phoenix Symphony, Tito Muñoz, conductor
Nov 8 2019 - 8:00pm

The Phoenix Symphony will present Glenn Stallcop's City Music on November 8, 9, & 10 with Tito Munoz conducting. City Music was composed in 1974, "a lifetime ago" says the composer, who composed it just after finishing college.

City Music was Stallcop's first major effort for orchestra, composed at the time he took a position as double bassist with the Phoenix Symphony. City Music was written as a gift and tribute to Vilem Sokol, legendary conductor of the Seattle Youth Symphony.  It was first performed by the Seattle Youth Symphony, Sokol conducting, at the Seattle Opera House in May 1976.

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