• Lawrence Dillon, Peter Westergaard
  • 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
  • Lewis Nielson, Marilyn Shrude, Sunbin Kim
  • Eleanor Cory, Tom Flaherty
  • L to R: Brian Fennelly, William DeFotis, Gheorghe Costinescu
  • L to R: John Gibson, Jan Gilbert, Robert Gibson

Richard Cameron-Wolfe CD Release: “An Inventory of Damaged Goods”, June 1

Jun 1 2018 - 12:00pm

Cameron-Wolfe’s new CD contains nine compositions, spanning the years 1970-2016: three of his micro-operas as well as works for flute, violin, and solo piano – produced and published by Furious Artisans Recordings (Bronxville, NY).

On May 31 in Taos, NM, Cameron-Wolfe will present a lecture and de facto CD release party at SOMOS (Society of the Muse of the Southwest), 108 Civic Plaza Drive; 7:00 PM (free). The lecture, titled “Text and Poetry in Contemporary Sound Art”, will focus on his vocal music, his composition titling, and the Art of the Program Note.

Sunbin Kim to receive Charles Ives Scholarship from American Academy of Arts and Letters, May 23

May 23 2018 - 3:00pm

In a private ceremony, the Academy of Arts and Letters will present on May 23rd, eighteen recipients of this year’s awards in music, which total $225,000. The winners were selected by a committee of Academy members: Yehudi Wyner (chairman), Samuel Adler, Sebastian Currier, David Rakowski, Melinda Wagner, and Ellen Taaffe Zwilich. Among this year's award recipients include winners of the Charles Ives' Fellowships and Ives' Scholarships including composers THEO CHANDLER ∙ JONATHAN CZINER ∙ JACK FRERER ∙  ELI GREENHOE ∙ SUNBIN KIM ∙ and PETER S. SHIN.  Harmony Ives, the widow of Charles Ives, bequeathed to the Academy the royalties of Charles Ives’s music, which has enabled the Academy to give awards in composition since 1970.

Tango Dreams, music of Ray Luedeke in Scotland, May 30

May 30 2018 - 8:00pm

Ray Luedeke’s Tango Dreams, for accordion and string trio will be performed on May 30 at the Royal Conservatory of Scotland in Glasgow. Accordionist Sarah Alexander will be joined by a Glaswigean string trio. Ray will not be able to hear their actual performance, but will hear a rehearsal on May 23, when he is in Scotland, as part of a month long visit to Great Britain.

Earlier this year, Tango Dreams was performed in Portugal and broadcast on Portuguese radio. Tango Dreams has previously been performed in Canada and in Finland. Last year it was performed at Symphony Space, in a concert featuring world champion accordionist Alex Sevastian. (Sadly, Alex passed away just 2 months ago).

 

Lansing McLoskey - Mühlfeldtänze for clarinet quintet, world premiere by Hoff-Barthelson school, May 20

May 20 2018 - 7:00pm

 Mühlfeldtänze (aka “Mühlfeld Dances”) for clarinet quintet, a new work by Lansing McLoskey, commissioned by the Aaron Copland House and the Hoff-Barthelson Music School in Scarsdale, NY, will be premiered at the Hoff-Barthelson Festival of Contemporary Music, May 20th, at Community Unitarian Universalist Congregation 468 Rosedale Ave., White Plains.

 

New Music Connoisseur magazine - new issue out June 1st

Jun 1 2018 - 12:00pm

The new issue of New Music Connoisseur will be out by June 1st. Some highlights:

Live reviews of ACA’s “Celebrating Vocal Music”, Thomas Ades’  The Exterminating Angel,  Bernstein’s A Quiet Place, The Casssatt Quartet and more ..
New CDs by David Del Tredici,  soprano Ah Young Hong (sings Babbitt and Hersch),  George Tsontakis, Gwendolyn Dease, marimba, plays Paul Lansky,  and more …
A new memoir by Bethanee Beardslee,  Lewis Lockwood’s new book on the Beethoven symphonies, Harold Rosenbaum’s A Practical Guide to Choral Conducting, and more …

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