Stephen Solook and Tiffany Du Mouchelle perform Tania Léon and Elliott CarterNEW YORK COMPOSERS CIRCLE Tuesday, May 25, 2010 @
Saint Peters Church at Citigroup Center
Lexington & 54th Street, New York City
$20 suggested donation
American Composers Orchestra invites you to "2010 Underwood New
Music Readings" on Saturday, May 22 at 8:00pm. Seven of the
nation’s most promising composers in the early stages of their
professional careers have been selected from more than 100 submissions
received from around the country.
Steven Sacco'sThe U.S. Army Band "Pershing's Own" Music in Three Movements for Eight Trumpets
(2010) Premiere: 35th Annual Conference of the International
Trumpet Guild. Sydney, Australia 6-10
July 2010. Trumpet Ensemble of the
United States, Washington, DC Army Band "Pershing's Own" USA.
JUILLIARD ENSEMBLE (Thursday)
For its last concert of the season, Joel Sachs conducts this
crack contemporary classical ensemble in premieres by Chris Kapica
(“Juice Box Hero”), David Fulmer (Violin Concerto), Paul Chihara
(Chamber Symphony) and Jakhongir Shukurov (“In Distance”), as well as in
the first New York performance of Martin Matalon’s “Trane IV.” At 7:30
p.m., JUILLIARD SCHOOL Peter Jay Sharp Theater, 155 West 65th
Street, (65th Street, between Amsterdam and Broadway on the North side of the
street) Lincoln Center, (212)
799-5000 juilliard.edu; free, but
tickets are required.
CONTEMPORANEOUS presents "EVERYTHING MUST GO,"
a concert on May 6th, at 8:00PM at Christ and St. Stephen's Episcopal Church
(120 West 69th St., NY, NY) which will showcase the music of the next generation
of composers in America and beyond, with works by: Samuel Adams, Diogo Ahmed,
Preben Antonsen, Jesse Brown, Albert Behar, Mario Ferraro, Dylan Mattingly,
Daniel Shapiro, and Alyssa Weinberg.
L'espace entre nous (The space between us), a new CD of music written for flute and guitar by NOEL ZAHLER: L'espace entre nous · NIKITA KOSHKIN: Oratorium Lacrimae · EDISON DENISOV: Sonata for flute and guitar · LOWELL LIEBERMANN: Sonata, performed by Gro Sandvik, flute, and Stein-Erik Olsen, guitar, will be released on the SIMAX label (SIMAX PSC1268) on 5 May 2010.
We are proud to
announce the 2010 Look & Listen Festival - the 9th Annual! Please join
us May 7, 8, and 9 at Chelsea Art Museum and Gary Snyder/Project Space in
Chelsea for three dynamic concerts amidst beautiful paintings. Please find
descriptions of each evening's festivities below.
As a small non-profit
organization, we rely heavily on word of mouth to spread the word about our
pass this invitation on to all of your friends - thank you!
Founder, Director, Look & Listen www.lookandlisten.org
Tuesday, April 27: A concert or new music will be performed by the Dynamic Motion String Quartet: Cynthia Marcus Smith and Ann Marie Bermont, violins, Nikki Federman, viola, and Zsaz Rutkowski, cello, plus additional soloists, featuring Four Vignettes by Roger Blanc, Quartet No. 2 by Robert S. Cohen, Hubert Howe's Sextet, Eugene Marlow's "Une Jeune Fille" Variations, Peri Mauer's Morning, Night, and Noon, and Viola & Piano Fantasy by Nataliya Medvedovskaya. The concert will be at St. Peter's Church at the Citigroup Center, 619 Lexington Ave at 54th St., at 8pm. Suggested donation: $20; Students free. Sponsored by the New York Composers Circle.