Jeremy Huw Williams, Baritone: music by American composers at National Opera Center, Oct. 21

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Saturday, October 21, 2017 - 8:00pm

Join us on Saturday evening, Oct 21 at National Opera Center/Opera America in New York City, for a FREE concert featuring international artists Jeremy Huw Williams, baritone, and Paula Fan, piano. Featured songs and arias include music of Barbara Jazwinski, Beth Wiemann, Darleen Mitchell, Roger Vogel, Gheoghe Costinescu, Brian Schober and Michael Dellaira.  Poetry and text settings are drawn from a variety of sources - Sophocles, Hilda Doolittle, Richard Howard, Goethe, Micki LeMieux, and Amaut de Mareuil.

The Welsh baritone Jeremy Huw Williams studied at St John's College, Cambridge, at the National Opera Studio, and with April Cantelo.  He made his debut with WNO as Guglielmo (Così fan tutte) and has since appeared in more than sixty operatic roles. 

Robert Carl's Jyun On, NY premiere performance Oct. 8

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Sunday, October 8, 2017 - 4:00pm

The trio of Elizabeth Brown, Ralph Samuelson, and Issue Migeishi will perform a joyous concert on Sunday, October 8, at 4 PM  at the Center for Remembering and Sharing (123 4th Ave, 2nd floor) in the East Village, NYC. Both new and traditional works will make up the program. Robert Carl's Jyun On is written for two shakuhachi flutes and ichigenkin.

Art Songs and Arias, composers-curated event at National Opera Center, 4pm, Oct. 21

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Saturday, October 21, 2017 - 4:00pm

L to R: Brooks, Austin, Rockmaker, Jacobs, Beerman, Kroeger, Cameron-Wolfe

American Composers Alliance Co-Presents:  Please join us on Saturday, Oct. 21 at 4pm at the National Opera Center/Opera America in New York City (7th Avenue between 28th and 29th St.) as we present an incredible variety of Songs and Arias from our collection. Poetry and texts from the liturgy, Adelbert von Chamisso, Amy Lowell, Elizabeth Barrett Browning,  James Brasfield, Oscar Wilde, and Philip Markowicz are employed by composers Jody Rockmaker, Elizabeth Austin, Richard Cameron-Wolfe, Edward Jacobs, Richard Brooks, Karl Kroeger, and Burton Beerman

Lucy Shelton will reprise her premiere performance of Nine Portraits from the Wild, by Gheorghe Costinescu, Nov. 4

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Saturday, November 4, 2017 - 5:00pm
Lucy Shelton, Soprano

Featuring Soprano Lucy Shelton, 21st Century Consort's upcoming season concert on Nov. 4 at the Smithsonian Institution in D.C. connects with the Smithsonian's exhibit:  Mexican artist influenced by Picasso; shared common interests with younger American artists including Jackson Pollock and Adolph Gottlieb, indigenous art, mythical themes, increasingly non-representational imagery, and the anxieties of World War II. Tamayo’s fierce and symbolic animal paintings and artworks evoking celestial themes from the 1940s are a special focus of the exhibition.

 
Mario Lavista
Cuaderno de Viaje
Shulamit Ran
Moon Songs
Missy Mazzoli
Magic with Everyday Objects
Gheorghe Costinescu
Nine Portraits from the Wild
Gabriela Ortiz
Vitrales de Ambar
 

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