• Hubert S. Howe, John Anthony Lennon, Nancy Van de Vate
  • Jan Gilbert, Robert Gibson, Richard Cameron-Wolfe
  • Miriam Gideon, Michael Dellaira, John Gibson
  • Christopher Shultis, Frederic Balazs
  • John J. Becker, Barney Childs, James Beale
  • New Albums: Robert Gibson, Thomas L. Read, Richard Cameron-Wolfe
  • Beth Wiemann, Martin Boykan, Phillip Rhodes
  • Peter Westergaard
  • Chris Auerbach-Brown, Margaret Fairlie-Kennedy, Elizabeth Austin
  • 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

Overture to Treemonisha (Scott Joplin opera, orchestrated by T. J. Anderson), at University of Connecticut, Dec. 6

Dec 6 2018 - 8:00pm

The University of Connecticut Orchestra, with Dr. Paul McShee, director, will perform Scott Joplin's Treemonisha Overture, as orchestrated by T. J. Anderson, on December 6th at von der Mehden Recital Hall, University of Connecticut in Storrs, CT. This concert also features the winners of the 2018 UConn Concerto Compeitition and Mississippi River Suite by Florence Price. The University of Connecticut Symphony Orchestra is made up of approximately 75 student musicians–undergraduate and graduate. 

Karl Weigl's Five Duets for Soprano and Baritone - in celebration of the centenary of the end of World War I, at Beverley Minster, Nov. 9

Nov 9 2018 - 4:00pm

Five Duets for Soprano and Baritone, by Karl Weigl, will be performed on a recital of British, German and French composers active during WW1, to mark the centenary of the end of that war. At Beverley Minster (East Yorkshire, U.K.) on 9th November 2018. One of the finest medieval churches in Europe, the Minster is a popular venue for concerts, recitals, and events.



Louis Karchin's Two Songs on Poems of Seamus Heaney, two performances with Marisa Karchin, Sept. 30, Oct. 9

Marisa Karchin, soprano
Oct 9 2018 - 8:00pm

On Sunday, Sept. 30, 2018, at 3 PM,  Two Songs on Poems of Seamus Heaney by Louis Karchin will be performed at Lehigh University's beautiful Zoellner Center for the Arts, Bethlehem, PA, on a program with additional works by Paul Salerni, Hugo Wolf, Giacomo Puccini, and Pierangelo Valtinoni.  Marisa Karchin is the soprano soloist in the Heaney Songs and the Valtinoni work, with Blair McMillen, piano. Other performers include mezzo-soprano Jessica Bowers and the Dali String Quartet. 

Scott L. Miller's RABA in multiple live shows, September 21- 29

Sep 29 2018 - 3:00pm

Scott L. Miller's work RABA, featuring flutist Laura Cocks, and guitarist Daniel Lippel with the Estonian group Ensemble U, was released on New Focus Recordings in March of this year. Upcoming events include several back to back shows including a RABA residency at Boyer College of Music and Dance, Temple University, September 21-22 as follows:
Friday, Sept 21, 1:00pm: Music Studies Colloquium Presentation on Ecosystemic Music and Performance Practice.
Saturday, Sept 22, 2:00pm: Workshop Demo for Music Tech majors

Ben Weber's Lyric Piece for String Quartet, free concert, Lincoln Center, Sept. 20

Sep 20 2018 - 7:30pm

Carnegie Hall’s Ensemble Connect, Opera on Tap and conductor Mila Henry will perform music by New York composers who flourished in a bygone, some say golden, era. Join Seth Boustead, composer and host of WFMT Chicago’s Relevant Tones, for a live broadcast exploring the issue’s impact on music with author Jeremiah Moss, Open House New York executive Director Gregory Wessner, architect and author of A Country of Cities Vishaan Chakrabarti, and NewMusicBox co-editor Frank J. Oteri.

On the program: music by cellist, composer, and pop music phenom Arthur Russell; a New York City-premiere choral piece by Julius Eastman (The Moon’s Silent Modulation), a string quartet by Ben Weber, and a forgotten gem by Tui St. George Tucker.

Presented in collaboration with Access Contemporary Music. Seating is available on a first-come, first-served basis.

Music of Karl Weigl featured at Austrian Cultural Forum New York, Oct. 18

Jeannie Im, Dan Franklin Smith, Gregorij H. von Leïtis ©Letizia Mariotti
Oct 18 2018 - 7:30pm

The Autrian Cultural Forum  -  with Elysium, and in the context of Remembrance Year activities, presents Literary-Musical Collage, featuring texts by Rose Ausländer, Vicki Baum, Veza Canetti, Mimi Grossberg, Maria Ley Piscator, Macha Kaléko, Grete von Urbanitzky, Berta Zuckerkandl, and Hermynia zur Mühlen, accompanied by music by Ernst Krenek, Egon Lustgarten, Alma Mahler, and Karl Weigl.

Conception and Introduction: Michael Lahr
Narrator: Gregorij von Leitis
Piano: Dan Franklin Smith
Sopranos: Alexis Rodda and Jeannie Im

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