On Saturday, February 17, 8 PM, Boston-based soprano Emily Thorner and pianist Kevin Madison will perform Louis Karchin's Two Songs on Poems of Seamus Heaney, and To the Sun on a program that also includes new works by Walter Arlen, Julia Adolphe and Daniel Felsenfeld.
The incomparable David Oei will present music fo solo piano and more at Mezzrow Classical Salon on Sunday, February 18 at 5pm. This afternoon concert is a celebration of David’s new solo CD of Steven Christopher Sacco's “Book of Whimsy” which is on the program, along with works by Bolcom, Ravel, Mozart, and much more.
Saxophone Quartet by David Froom - upcoming performances:
Saturday, February 10, 11:30 amSUNY Schenectady County Community CollegeThe Manhattan Saxophone Quartet (Jordan Smith, Aaron Patterson, Daniel Kochersberger, and Jay Rattman) will perform a concert of music by Jennifer Higdon, David Froom, Paquito D'Rivera, Hilary Tann, and Astor Piazzolla.
Monday, February 12, 1 pmUnion College, Schenectady, NYQ/A session immediately following the concert
Symphonic Spirituals by Frederick C. Tillis, and work songs, choral works, and theatrical pieces will be performed by the Afro-American Chamber Music Society Orchestra, as the AACMS celebrates its 30th Anniversary and Black History Month, under the direction of Founder/Conductor, Janise White.
Symphonic Spirituals by Frederick Tillis will be performed as well as Nobody Knows the Trouble, by Dr. Jester Hairston. Nolan Shaheed, trumpet, will be highlighted in the Tillis Spiritual Fantasy No. 6 for trumpet and orchestra, based on the spiritual song Sinner Please Don't Let This Harvest Pass.
Joelle Wallach's A Revisitation of Myth will be performed by Ensemble for These Times: Nannette McGuinness, soprano, Julie Michael, viola and Dale Tsang, piano on Sunday, February 4 @ 4 PM at St. Mark's Lutheran Church, 1111 O"Farrell Street in San Francisco, CA.
Release date: March 1, 2018
Composer Harvey Sollberger, a new album: The White Labyrinth: Harvey Sollberger at 80The IWO Flute Quartet, on Albany Records: TROY 1709
Grand QuartetTwo Pieces for Two FlutesHaraSonata “Charlie Hebdo”Aurelian EchoesSecond Grand Quartet
Portrait concert of composer NANCY VAN DE VATE, with DANIELA LAHNER (Cello), THOMAS LUKSCHANDER (Clarinet) and RUTH SPINDLER (Piano). On January 30th, at 7pm, some highlights of the composer's chamber music will be featured in concert at Alte Schmiede Kunstverein Wien, LQ – Literarisches Quartier | Schönlaterngasse 9, 1010 Wien.
Program:Fantasy Pieces for Piano (1995)Sarabande for Flute and Piano (1973)Fantasy Pieces for Flute and Piano (1993)Balinese Diptych for Piano (2003)Variations for Clarinet and Piano (1961)Twelve Pieces for Piano: from Vol. 1-3 (1986-2005)
Michael Dellaira's SATB choral work The Campers at Kitty Hawk will be performed on Feb. 28 by the Temple University Chorale, conducted by Mitos Andaya Hart. The concert will feature Temple University Singers, Women's Chorus and University Chorale, with music also by Victoria and Barnwell. Performance in Lew Klein HallFree admission, no tickets required.
ART AFTER DARK: Thursday, February 1, 2018, 5 pm – 8 pm Visit the Wadsworth Museum after hours for music and more.
Five choreographers paired with five musicians include Lydia McClain, soprano, and Elizabeth R. Austin, piano, performing Austin's Three Sandburg Songs.
The Harlem Chamber Players - 10th Annual Black History Month Celebration - will be co-presented by the Schomburg Center and will take place in their Langston Hughes Auditorium on Thursday, February 15, 2018 at 6:30 PM. This concert will feature Samuel Coleridge-Taylor's Nonet for piano, winds and strings, and Major Scurlock will make his debut with The Harlem Chamber Players.