APNM concert October 22, will play Ross Bauer's Piano Quartet and others

Oct 22 2010 - 8:00pm

 

 


Friday, October 22nd, 2010 - 8 PM

Tenri Cultural Institute of New York
43A WEST 13TH STREET
NEW YORK, NEW YORK 10011

Featuring the music of:

Ross Bauer: Piano Quartet
Zosha Di Castri: La forma dello spazio for flute, clarinet, piano, violin, and cello
Joseph Hudson: Variations for piano and violin
Lawrence Moss: Raccono for piano solo
Adam Roberts: Pulse Satellite for piano, flute, cello, and percussion

Performed by Second Instrumental Unit and Ensemble Pi Tickets $20/ $5 students

ANA Milosavljevic Reflections - Innova CD Release Oct. 26

Oct 26 2010 - 12:00am
Innova to rlesase "Reflections" on October 26, 2010, a new CD by violinist Ana Milosavljevic. At home in Eastern Europe and New York City, Ana Milosavljevic (aka ANA) is a musical dual citizen. Reflections features her broad talents as violinist, composer, and commissioner of new works — all by women, including Eve Beglarian and Margaret Fairlie-Kennedy.

Ana has been acclaimed by The Strad as “an imaginative artist willing to think big” and by New Music Connoisseur as a “virtuoso performer” with “a wonderful mix of technique, sensitivity and passion”.  For more info, click here.

The Harlem String Quartet to perform Frederick Tillis' "Wade in the Water" on their 10-concert tour Oct 6-24

Oct 15 2010 - 12:00am
The Harlem Quartet will perform a program of music by Sibelius, Prokofiev, Gabriela Lena Frank,  George Walker, Frederick Tillis, Wade in the Water, from Spiritual Fantasy for String Quartet, and Coleridge-Taylor Perkinson, at venues including the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, and the Harris Theater in Chicago.

The Emerson Quartet will play the NY and Philadelphia premieres of Lawrence Dillon's String Quartet No. 5

Oct 21 2010 - 12:00am


On Thursday, October 21, 2010 - 8:00pm

The Emerson String Quartet performs the NY premiere of Lawrence Dillon's String Quartet No. 5: Through the Night at the Staller Center at SUNY Stony Brook.  The program also includes music by Haydn and Brahms, with pianist Glibert Kalish.

On Friday, October 22, 2010 - 8:00pm

The Emerson String Quartet performs the Philadelphia premiere of Lawrence Dillon's String Quartet No. 5: Through the Night at the Perelman Theater of the Kimmel Center as part of the Philadelphia Chamber Music Society series.  The program also includes music by Haydn and Schubert.

Looking Through Trees - an evening of total theater, by Chris Chalfant, Sept. 17-18 at Irondale Center, Brooklyn

Sep 17 2010 - 8:00pm

Looking Through Trees, Irondale Center, 85 S. Oxford St at Lafayette www.irondale.org. Visit www.chrischalfant.com for discount code. Chris Chalfant, composer, producer, director with Meg Brooker, dance, Michael-David Gordon, acting, Joe Giardullo, soprano saxophone, Ken Yamazaki, percussion, Tim Cryan, lighting design, Al Margolis sounds and sampling.

Come sit down with us to witness an evening of total theater. Chris Chalfant’s opera without the opera singer combines the forces of dance, acting, music, sound and lighting design with a full cast of incredibly talented and unique artists in their own right. Their creative expertise and insight will amplify the concept of Looking Through Trees, which is composed, produced and directed by Chalfant. Chalfant brings together works dating back to the 80’s through this year to tell this tale of a Monk, his cat, and his search for peace.

World Premiere of Lawrence Dillon's "Cool Night" (Part Two of "Schumann Trilogy" by the University of Utah Philharmonia Sept. 16

Sep 16 2010 - 7:30pm
Lawrence DillonLawrence DillonThe Utah Philharmonia will perform the World Premiere of Lawrence Dillon's Cool Night (Part Two of the Schumann Trilogy) in Salt Lake City.  The performance will be conducted by Robert Baldwin, music director, with vocal soloists Geoffrey Friedley, Julie Wright-Costa, Kirsten Gunlogson and Mary Ann Dresher

Ensemble Pi, new CD, "Keep Going" The Music of Elias Tanenbaum, release date Sept. 28

September 28, 2010
Keep Going: The Music of Elias Tanenbaum
Ensemble ∏
(Ravello Records)

Keep Going features the chamber and solo works of the late Elias Tanenbaum performed by Ensemble ∏. The pieces demonstrate Tanenbaum's ability to turn his emotional reactions to world events into music that illustrates both the life-changing grief and need for change that those events cause. As Tanenbaum himself said, "What is there left in any of us but to keep going?" Performers include David Tanenbaum, guitar, Idith Meshulam, piano, and Kristin Norderval, voice.

IU New Music Ensemble to play Chamber Symphony of Louis Karchin on September 30th.

Sep 30 2010 - 8:00pm
The Indiana University, Jacobs School of Music, New Music Ensemble, conducted by David Dzubay, announces a great upcoming 2010-11 season, with works by Joel Feigin, Louis Karchin, Don Freund, P.Q. Phan, Bernard Rands, John Gibson, Kurt Rohde, and more.

Other Minds Presents a celebration of the music and art of Dane Rudhyar (1895–1985), September 27 and 29, 2010.

Sep 27 2010 - 6:30pm
Dane Rudhyar 1917Dane Rudhyar 1917"His [Dane Rudhyar's] music does not have to be explained; it is the explanation of a puzzle of human existence; it is an answer to a question that was never asked." –Nicolas Slonimsky

Now, 25 years after Rudhyar's death (9/13/85 in San Francisco), Other Minds presents a celebration of the work of this "seed man" of the avant-garde, with performers David Abel and Julie Steinberg (violin and piano), Sarah Cahill (piano), and the Ives Quartet. The September 27 program will also include a pre-concert panel discussion with the composer's widow Leyla Rudhyar Hill, and biographer Deniz Ertan (University of Nottingham), moderated by Other Minds Artistic Director Charles Amirkhanian. A special exhibition of Rudhyar's paintings, manuscripts, and correspondence will be displayed at both concerts.

Dane Rudhyar and the Meta-Physics of Dissonance - Lecture-Concert, October 19

Oct 19 2010 - 5:30pm

Composer Richard Cameron-Wolfe will present a lecture-performance in the Raymond Jonson Gallery of the University of New Mexico Art Museum in Albuquerque on Tuesday, October 19, at 5:30PM, titled Dane Rudhyar and the Meta-Physics of Dissonance, in conjunction with the exhibition To Form from Air: Music and the Art of Raymond Jonson.

Jonson was founder of the New Mexico-based Transcendental Painting Group, of which the composer, Dane Rudhyar was a member. The program will include musical examples of the evolving concept of dissonance from the last 1,500 years, concluding with Rudhyar's 1967 Tetragram # 9, "Summer Nights".

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