The concert premiere of ZHAOJUN - The Woman Who Saved the World will take place on Nov. 20, 2018, 7:30 pm at the Baruch Performing Arts Center in Manhattan, presented by APNM - The Association for the Promotion of New Music and Ensemble Pi. Alice's new opera theme is preserving the earth's natural environment by bringing down the patriarchy and forcing leaders to practice compassion. For two singers and seven instruments, with soprano Sharon Harms, baritone Jeremy Huw Williams, conductor Carl Bettendorf, director Ashley Tata and the musicians of Ensemple Pi. Please come if you can.
Concert series „Technology“"Look around you, look inside yourself“U: and VR 360˚
Programme:Music by Scott Miller and new work by Tatjana Kozlova-Johannes (at 6 p.m./ 8 p.m.)New works by Liisa Hirsch and Märt-Matis Lill (at 7 p.m./ 9 p.m.)
The project unites the Estonian remarkable natural environment, Estonian top-level modern music, and technological innovation into a unique audio-visual experience.
This year's Abravanel Distinguished Visiting Composers Series will feature David Froom who was a former professor at the University of Utah. As a composer, Froom's music has been performed extensively around the world including performances by the Chesapeake Symphony Orchestras, the United States Marine and Navy Bands, the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, the 21st Century Consort, Boston Musica Viva, the New York New Music Ensemble, the Haydn Trio Eisenstadt, and the Aurelia Saxophone Quartet. The events will include a lecture and concert, featuring Froom's Piano Trio #2, “Grenzen" played by Curtis Macomber, violin, Chris Finckel, cello; and Stephen Gosling, piano.
From November 30 to December 11, Richard Cameron-Wolfe will participate in the Fourth Siberian International Festival of Contemporary Music – after adjudicating a “young composers” competition at the Kharkiv Opera House in Ukraine. In Krasnoyarsk, Siberia (pictured here) he will lecture on his micro-operas, participate in composer-performer roundtables, adjudicate a “young performers of contemporary music” competition, and perform piano music of Dane Rudhyar and Leo Ornstein on a December 3 chamber music concert – in a program which will also include his early art-song Lethe and his recent violin-piano work Lilith.
strains New Music Ensemble premieres Scott L. Miller's Katabasis in two performances, November 2 and 3, 2018. Katabasis is the one of the few works by Miller that does not require electronics to perform. The first concert is November 2, 7:30 PM at Studio Z in St Paul, MN. The second concert is November 3, 4 PM at Antonello Hall, MacPhail School of Music in Minneapolic, MN.
World premiere of Lansing McLoskey's flute concerto ...que la tierra se partio por su sonido, written for flautist Trudy Kane (former Principal flute at The Metropolitan Opera for over 30 years). Gusman Hall, University of Miami, Frost School of Music, Oct. 30, 2018, 8pm.
Seeking Refuge: Local and Global Perspectives - A multifaceted look at immigration & the international refugee crisis, November 4-6, 2018Monday, Nov. 5 Esch-Hurvis Room, Warch Campus Center, 9 p.m.-10 p.m.—Concert of music by and about refugees performed by students and faculty of the Lawrence University Conservatory of Music
Featuring "Beneath the Azure Sky" by Marilyn Bliss and works also by Mohammed Fairouz, LIgeti, and Milhaud, among others.
Link to full event here
Nada Presents: Scott L Miller, pooch Karton, Michael M FloraOn Oct. 27, Nada presented an evening of live electronic music performance in qudraphonic sound, with new work from electroacoustic composer Scott L. Miller, synthesist pooch Karton, and sound artist Michael Masaru Flora. Miller presented three works, Solstice Orerry, Orerry for Casa da Música, and the premiere of SonAR Study I. Center for Performing Arts, 3754 Pleasant Ave, Minneapolis.
Cleveland State University Symphony Orchestra
Friday, November 16, 2018 at 7:30 pmCSU Music and Communication Building, Waetjen AuditoriumCSU Symphony OrchestraVictor Liva, conductorJimmie Parker, pianoJ. Parker – Piano ConcertoShostakovich - Symphony No. 5 in D minor, Op. 47Admission is FREE and open to the public
The New York Composers Circle presents opening concerts to their season 2018-19 with a concert at National Opera Center, Scorca Recital Hall, on February 13.
Mixed Chamber Ensembles Concert Program to include:
Frederick Boyle — Worship for mezzo-soprano, double bass, and piano (10′)Madelyne Byrne — Poem for Pauline for electronics (9′)Jacob Elkin — This is Fine for electronics and bass clarinet (5′)Hubert S. Howe — Fantasy for Piano (13′)Debra Kaye — Fantasy for Flute and Piano (6′)Kevin McCarter — Songs of Day and Evening for mezzo-soprano and piano (8′)Christopher Sahar — Fantasy for Violin and Piano (7′)Craig Slon — Sonata for Piano (8′)