New York Composers' Circle - at St. Peter's Church, March 14 - cancelled/postponed due to weather

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Tuesday, March 14, 2017 - 7:00pm

Richard Brooks — Troubles — for alto saxophone and piano*
José Beviá — “Al Borde del Abismo” — for two flutes and piano**
Hubert Howe — Inharmonic Fantasy No. 5 — electronics*
Dana Dimitri Richardson — Variations on Parang-Sae — for flute and piano*
Tania León — Axon — for violin and interactive computer

Cameron-Wolfe at the Not Only Music Festival, March 3

Date: 

Friday, March 3, 2017 - 5:30pm

Richard Cameron-Wolfe’s chamber orchestra work “Reconciliation: Deliberations on Stravinsky” will appear on a 5:30PM, Friday, March 3 program of the “Not Only Music Festival - # Impreza” in Kharkiv, Ukraine. Curator of the project is leading Ukrainian musicologist Yulia Nikolayevskaya. The first half of the program features music for instruments and electronics by one of the great Eastern European women composers, Alla Zagaykevych.

Lansing McLoskey wins the American Prize (Choral Div) with [...]Qumran Psa[lms...]

Lansing McLoskey's work, [...]Qumran Psa[lms...] for SATB triple-choir, based on fragments from the Dead Sea Scrolls, has won the 2016 American Prize in Composition (Choral/Professional Division).  The 25-minute work from 2015 was commissioned by The Barlow Endowment for Music Composition at Brigham Young University for ensemberlino vocale in Berlin. It is a setting of psalm fragments from the Dead Sea Scrolls (aka "Qumran scrolls"). The choir is divided into three equal-sized choirs, spaced around the performance space.
Lansing McLoskey has been described as "a major talent and a deep thinker with a great ear" by the American Composers Orchestra, "an engaging, gifted composer writing smart, compelling and fascinating music" by Gramophone Magazine, and "a

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