April 17, 2018 @ 8:00pmSaint Peter’s Episopcal Church, Chelsea346 West 20th Street (between Eighth & Ninth Avenues)
(Note this concert’s new date (Apr. 17), time, and location!)
New York Composers Circle presents:Miscellaneous Ensembles and Electronics
Frederick Boyle, HippolopolusRichard Brooks, Swansong SuiteRobert Cohen, Love TrianglesEric Heilner, Exercise for Looped CelloHubert Howe, ExpansionsCarl Kanter, Piano TrioDavid Mecionis, Die Sprechmasken von HofmannsthalCatherine Neville, Three “Witch” PiecesJoseph Pehrson, Trombone Explorations
The Music of Steven Christopher Sacco
Sonata for Bass Trombone and PianoImagination Studies for trumpet, trombone and pianoQuintet for brass for 2 trumpets, horn, trombone and bass tromboneOctet (Water, Energy, Time) World Premiere for 6 tenor trombones and 2 bass trombones
L'Amour Eternel for flute and piano by Cleveland composer H. Leslie Adams has been selected for performance by the Greater Cleveland Flute Society's Composer Connection. The composer will be in attendance and will speak about the piece at the concert on April 22nd at 7 pm at Judson Manor, 1890 East 107th Street in Cleveland.
APNM presents works for live interactive electronics, fixed audio and video and live instruments with Barry Crawford, flute; Sam Wells, trumpet and Tatjana Rankovich, piano Matthew Burtner: Flute Code (flute and live electronics)
Joel Gressel: From an Undisclosed Location (video by Michael Bergmann)William Lamkin: Resistance of Memory (fixed audio)*Andrew Lovett: Let’s Talk (fixed audio)*Michal Massoud: Vulgaritka (flute and fixed audio)Wil Pertz: Spring (video, fixed audio)*
Hartford Women Composers Festival April 6 and 7, 2018, 7:30 pm Chamber concert on April 6:Ensemble-in-Residence Concert (Cuatro Puntos), at St. Patrick - St. Anthony Church.
The Program for April 6th: Elizabeth R. Austin: B-A-C-Homage for viola and piano; Florence Price: Five Folksongs in Counterpoint; Sadie Harrison: SQUISH! King Kong's Love Story for string quartet and American Sign Language Storyteller; Ursula Kwong-Brown: Unwinding II; Liza Sorbel: 5 Scenes for String Quartet; Sonia Jacobson: Melting PotThe Musicians: Aaron Packard, violin; Annie Trepanier, violin; Kevin Bishop, viola; Allan Ballinger, cello; Miguel Campinho, piano; Danielle Holdridge, American Sign Language Storyteller.
and on April 7th: Opera Scenes Performance. The concert will feature opera scenes from Composer-in-Residence Tawnie Olson, as well as scenes composed by Elizabeth R. Austin and Dawn Sonntag. Aetna Theatre at the Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford, Connecticut.
The acclaimed countertenor Darryl Taylor will be performing a solo recital in New York City, at National Opera Center, on April 3 at 7:30pm. He will sing several New York premieres, songs, many of which were composed for him, by Rosanna Scalfi Marcello, Juliana Hall, Lori Laitman, Robert Owens, Jacqueline Hairston, H. Leslie Adams, and Maria Corley.
The premiere of Liptak's Concerto for Piano and Percussion Orchestra will be given by piano soloist Eunmi Ko
The word “chroma” describes the purity, hue or saturation of color. Paul Zonn’s Chroma for oboe and piano evokes just that, a sonic palette of varying intensities and purity to enliven one’s senses! Chroma was played by oboist Jared Hauser, and pianist Karen Ann Krieger, in a program of colorful works including Poulenc’s Trio for Piano, Oboe and Bassoon (with Peter Kolkay), Peter Hope’s Four Sketches, and Arnold’s Sonatine for Oboe and Piano.
Music by Tom Flaherty, Missy Mazzoli, Peter Yates, Daniel Felsenfeld, and much more, recorded by Multiple GRAMMY® nominated pianist Nadia Shpachenko who enjoys bringing into the world things that are outside the box – powerful pieces that often possess unusual sonic qualities or instrumentation. Described by critics as a “truly inspiring and brilliant pianist… spellbinding in sensitivity and mastery of technique,” she performs on piano, toy piano, harpsichord, and percussion in concerts that often also feature recitation, electronics and multimedia. Avaiilable on Amazon and other retailers.