On Saturday, May 8, Tenor Christopher Aaron Smith will premiere Dillon's
"Dog Songs" at The Church of St. John's the Evangelist in Boston, MA.
Dr. Brigid Cohen will present a lecture entitled "'In a Land Large as an Apple Tree': Stefan Wolpe's Avant-Garde Music, Pedagogy, and Pacifist Zionism in 1930's Palestine." NYU Professor Michael Beckerman will contribute a response. The Jewish Music Forum, now in its sixth season, is a project of The American Society for Jewish Music, with support from The American Jewish Historical Society. Event details are as follows: March 26, 2010 10:30 A.M. Center for Jewish History
15 West 16th Street
New York, NY All events are FREE and open to the public.
Cutting Edge New Music Festival 2010Kristin Kuster: Here, Leaving (World Premiere),
cello, 2 violins, viola, bass, marimba
12 April 2010, 7:30 pmSymphony Space
2537 Broadway at 95th St. (212) 864-1414 | www.symphonyspace.orgTickets:
$20 / $15
This concert also features music by Sebastian Currier,
Harold Meltzer, Laurie San Martin, Sean Shepherd, Jeremy Thurlow and Anna
The CUNY Graduate
Center will host the Second New York City Electroacoustic Music Festival on
March 25-27. Nineteen concerts will feature works by 132 composers from
Concerts will take place at the Graduate Center, 365 Fifth Avenue, and at other locations in New
The complete schedule is posted at http://www.nycemf.org/schedule/.
The festival web site is http://www.nycemf.org/. Two
late evening events will take place at Galapagos Art Space (http://www.galapagosartspace.com/)
and Issue Project Room (http://issueprojectroom.org/)
in Brooklyn. NYCEMF is sponsored by Meyer Sound. NYCEMF is supported in part by
Harvestworks and the CUNY Doctoral Students' Council. Our special thanks go out
to David Olan of the Graduate Center Music Department. The organizing committee for the Festival consists of Prof. Hubert Howe of Queens College, Paul Riker and Zachary Seldess of the CUNY Graduate Center, and Braxton Sherouse of the University of Florida.
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The group welcomes guest violinists DBR (Daniel Bernard Roumain) and Tracy Silverman, electronica/remix artist Brad ‘Kali’ Bowden, choreographer Kelvin Amburgey with the Shards Dance Project, and the Hart String Quartet.This event, in Ingram Hall is a benefit for the American Red Cross International Response Fund.
John Eaton 75th Birthday Concert to be presented by the New York Composers Circle, featuring the No Borders Quartet. Music by John Eaton, Patricia Leonard, Dinu Ghezzo, Dana Richardson, Brian Fennelly, Richard Brooks, Mauro Porro, and John de Clef Pinero will be presented at Loenard Nimoy Thalia at Peter Norton Symphony Space, 95th Street and Broadway, New York City. The No Borders Quartet features Alessandro Roselletti, piano; Andrea Biagini, flute; Michele Bianchini, saxophone, and Guido Arbonelli, clarinet. Tickets $15 in advance through Symphony Space; $20 day of concert;
John W. N. Palmer from Kingston, Ontario, Canada won the first place prize of US$2000 with his sextet titled “Neo-Baroque Suite.” Leon Steward, of Castroville, TX, took second place, winning US$1000 for “The Invasion of America.” The US$500 third place prize was awarded to James Joannesson Kopf of Washington, CA, for “The Rupert Suite.” Peter Felice, of Monticello, IN received Honorable Mention recognition for “Stages of Tragedy.”
North River musicRenee Weiler Concert Hall46 Barrow StreetNew York, New YorkThursday, March 18, 2010 8pm$15/$10