Richard Cameron-Wolfe's "Time Refracted" with Scripps Dances - April 21&22


Friday, April 21, 2017 - 8:00pm

Scripps Dances is the Scripps College [Claremont, CA] Dance Department’s annual spring concert of original dance-works choreographed by students, faculty, and guest artists.  The program [Friday 4/21 at 8:00; Saturday 4/22 at 2:00 & 8:00] will include "Time Refracted" by Richard Cameron-Wolfe, performed on all three concerts by Susan Lamb Cook, cello and Gayle Blankenburg, piano, and choreographed by Ronnie Brosterman.

Tickets:  $10 general, $5 faculty, staff, students, seniors. Reservations Not Required:  Tickets sold at Garrison Box Office from 6:00pm on performance evenings and 1:00pm on Saturday.

Music of Ray Luedeke: Tango Dreams performance on WWFM

On Friday, April 7 at 12 noon WWFM at 91.1 FM (The Classical Network) will broadcast Tango Dreams / Serenity, the concert that ACA composer Ray Luedeke and his company Voice Afire produced on Friday March 10 at Symphony Space in New York. The concert included Ray's Tango Dreams for accordion and string trio and Serenity for accordion and clarinet, as well as music by the Georgian composer Giya Kancheli.

North/South Chamber Orchestra winter/spring season includes new works by Elizabeth Bell and Andrew Thomas, April 24th


Monday, April 24, 2017 - 8:00pm
The continuation of North/South Consonance 2016-17 season has already delivered an astonishing number of rare and amazing works, by composers including Carson Cooman, Claudio Santoro, Margarita Zelenaia, Hilary Tann, Edmund Cionek, and  more.  On April 24 (now re-scheduled from the March blizzard date),  hear a world premiere violin concerto by Andrew William Thomas (Claudia Schaer, violin), and a chamber concerto by Elizabeth Bell, plus music director/conductor Max Lifchitz. Since 1980, North/South Consonance has garnered widespread praise for its eloquent performances of music by composers of our time.

Music of JunYi Chow, Huang Ruo, James Ra, and more, with Ensemble 212, April 8


Saturday, April 8, 2017 - 2:00pm

Ensemble 212 proudly presents its third educational family concert featuring music by living composers of East Asian background. This innovative concert showcases various influences and styles used by today's composers in a jam-packed hour long concert.

Saturday April 8, 2017 2:00 PM (rescheduled from April 1)
St. Peter's Chelsea
346 W 20th St (bet. 8th & 9th Ave)


Jeeyoung KIM
Nol-Ja ! (Lets Play) for Bass Clarinet, Violin, Cello, Piano (2000)

Ke-Chia CHEN
Taiwanese Children's Games for Piano 4 hands (2014)

Lets Snap! for Clarinet solo (2012)

Wind Blows for Violin & Piano (2007)

APNM Presents: The Fierce Legacy of Computer Music, April 17


Monday, April 17, 2017 - 8:00pm

Works by: Joel Gressel, Stephen Dydo, Alice Shields (World Premiere), Jeffrey Hall, Joseph Hudson (World Premiere), Maurice Wright (World Premiere), Ionel Petroi, and Adam Vidiksis. A rich diversity of musical technologies and musical styles: classical principles applied to the newest adventures in computer sound synthesis.  The power of classical music: 8 composers and 8 very different approaches to new computer music.  Tickets:  $20/$15 here

8 PM
National Opera Center


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