June in Buffalo marks 40th Anniversary - Harvey Sollberger one of many composers featured

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Jun 1 2015 - 7:30pm

Harvey Sollberger

June in Buffalo, the region’s signature event for new music, will mark its 40th anniversary this year by bringing some of the greatest minds in contemporary classical music composition and performance to Western New York.

The event, part conference and part festival, was founded in 1975 by composer and UB faculty member Morton Feldman. In an era of intense cultural creativity, it helped solidify Buffalo’s standing as one of the nation’s most celebrated centers for contemporary music.

This year’s lineup includes 16 concerts and recitals that are open to the public from May 29 to June 7.

- See more at: http://www.buffalo.edu/ubreporter/campus.host.html/content/shared/univer...

June in Buffalo, the region’s signature event for new music, will mark its 40th anniversary this year by bringing some of the greatest minds in contemporary classical music composition and performance to Western New York.

The event, part conference and part festival, was founded in 1975 by composer and UB faculty member Morton Feldman. In an era of intense cultural creativity, it helped solidify Buffalo’s standing as one of the nation’s most celebrated centers for contemporary music.

This year’s lineup includes 16 concerts and recitals that are open to the public from May 29 to June 7.

- See more at: http://www.buffalo.edu/ubreporter/campus.host.html/content/shared/univer...

June in Buffalo, the region’s signature event for new music, will mark its 40th anniversary this year by bringing some of the greatest minds in contemporary classical music composition and performance to Western New York.

The event, part conference and part festival, was founded in 1975 by composer and UB faculty member Morton Feldman. In an era of intense cultural creativity, it helped solidify Buffalo’s standing as one of the nation’s most celebrated centers for contemporary music.

This year’s lineup includes 16 concerts and recitals that are open to the public from May 29 to June 7.

- See more at: http://www.buffalo.edu/ubreporter/campus.host.html/content/shared/univer...
June in Buffalo, will mark its 40th anniversary this year by bringing together great minds in contemporary classical music composition and performance to Western New York. The event, part conference and part festival, was founded in 1975 by composer and UB faculty member Morton Feldman. In an era of intense cultural creativity, it helped solidify Buffalo’s standing as one of the nation’s most celebrated centers for contemporary music. This year, the festival includes 16 concerts and recitals that are open to the public from May 29 to June 7.

The full schedule is here

June in Buffalo, the region’s signature event for new music, will mark its 40th anniversary this year by bringing some of the greatest minds in contemporary classical music composition and performance to Western New York.

The event, part conference and part festival, was founded in 1975 by composer and UB faculty member Morton Feldman. In an era of intense cultural creativity, it helped solidify Buffalo’s standing as one of the nation’s most celebrated centers for contemporary music.

- See more at: http://www.buffalo.edu/ubreporter/campus.host.html/content/shared/univer...

Monday, June 1

New York New Music Ensemble*

7:30pm
Lippes Concert Hall in Slee Hall
Featuring the music of June in Buffalo faculty composers:

  • Martin Bresnick – Bird as Prophet (2003)
  • Lukas Foss – Echoi (1963)
  • Harvey SollbergerThe Advancing Moment (1993)
  • Charles Wuorinen – New York Notes (1982)

 

Friday, June 5

Harvey Sollberger Solo Recital*

8:00pm
Pausa Art House
Harvey Sollberger performs works for solo flute and solo accordion.

Performances will range from intimate solo recitals by world-famous violinist Irvine Arditti on UB’s North Campus and influential composer, conductor and flutist Harvey Sollberger at Pausa Art House in Buffalo, to a performance by the New York New Music Ensemble - See more at: http://www.buffalo.edu/ubreporter/campus.host.html/content/shared/univer...

June in Buffalo, the region’s signature event for new music, will mark its 40th anniversary this year by bringing some of the greatest minds in contemporary classical music composition and performance to Western New York.

The event, part conference and part festival, was founded in 1975 by composer and UB faculty member Morton Feldman. In an era of intense cultural creativity, it helped solidify Buffalo’s standing as one of the nation’s most celebrated centers for contemporary music.

This year’s lineup includes 16 concerts and recitals that are open to the public from May 29 to June 7.

Performances will range from intimate solo recitals by world-famous violinist Irvine Arditti on UB’s North Campus and influential composer, conductor and flutist Harvey Sollberger at Pausa Art House in Buffalo, to a performance by the New York New Music Ensemble of “New York Notes,” a work by MacArthur Foundation Fellowship and Pulitzer Prize winner Charles Wuorinen, one of several internationally recognized composers who will attend.

- See more at: http://www.buffalo.edu/ubreporter/campus.host.html/content/shared/univer...