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Thu 02/20/20 8:00PComposer Portraits: Oscar BettisonMiller Theatre at Colu... (New York City)
Sat 02/22/20 8:00P3 to 7 SoundsTenri Cultural Institu... (New York City)
Sat 02/22/20 7:00PSherlock Holmes and the Case of the Fallen GiantThe Ailey Citigroup Th... (New York City)
Sun 02/23/20 6:30PRelevant Tones Podcast TapingCaveat (New York City)
Sun 03/01/20 4:00PChiron Performing Arts Presents Music of Eugene O’Bri...National Opera Center... (New York City)
Tue 03/03/20 8:00APort of Entry: New YorkStern/ Perelman Audito... (New York City)
Tue 03/03/20 8:00APort of Entry: New YorkStern/ Perelman Audito... (New York City)
Thu 03/05/20 8:00PComposer Portraits: Dai FujikuraMiller Theatre at Colu... (New York City)
Mon 03/09/20 7:30PLeft Coast Chamber Ensemble: Fairytale PiecesSan Francisco Conserva... (San Francisco)
Thu 03/12/20 8:00PBen Vida: Always Already with Yarn/Wire & Nina Dante / ...ISSUE Project Room (New York City)
Tue 03/24/20 8:00PJacob Kirkegaard: Opus Autopsia / Lyra Pramuk: FountainISSUE Project Room (New York City)
Thu 03/26/20 8:00PGeorge Lewis: Recombinant Works 2014-2019ISSUE Project Room (New York City)
Sat 03/28/20 8:00PLaurie Spiegel: "A Harmonic Algorithm" in Collaboration...ISSUE Project Room (New York City)
Sat 04/25/20 8:00P[FREE] MUSIC OF ALICE SHIELDS AND MORETENRI CULTURAL INSTITU... (New York City)
Mon 06/01/20 7:30PLeft Coast Chamber Ensemble: Living in ColorSan Francisco Conserva... (San Francisco)


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Thursday, February 20, 2020


Composer Portraits: Oscar Bettison

Courtney Orlando (violin), Alarm Will Sound, Alan Pierson (conductor)

8:00 PM @ Miller Theatre at Columbia University

2960 Broadway, New York, NY 10027

Ticket Price: starting at $20

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With an affinity for inventing instruments from found material and for reimagining the roles of existing instruments, Oscar Bettison’s music explores the boundaries of pitch and noise, classical and rock, convention and invention. His work has been described as possessing “an unconventional lyricism and a menacing beauty” (WNYC). Two chamber concertos comprise this Portrait, which features the exciting return of Alarm Will Sound to the Miller stage.







Saturday, February 22, 2020


3 to 7 Sounds

Du.0

8:00 PM @ Tenri Cultural Institute

43A W 13th St, New York, NY 10011

Ticket Price: $18 General Admission, $15 Students

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Program:

Emily Praetorius - That It Was To Say
Leah Asher - Upon the Wheel (world premiere)
*brief pause*
Scott Wollschleger - Dead Horse Bay (Thoughts from the Future) (world premiere)

The central pieces of the program are newly commissioned works by Scott Wollschleger and Leah Asher; other works included are by Emily Praetorius. Performers are Charlotte Munn-Wood and Aimée Niemann, violins.








Saturday, February 22, 2020


Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Fallen Giant

American Lyric Theater

7:00 PM @ The Ailey Citigroup Theater, The Joan Weill Center for Dance

405 West 55th Street at 9th AvenueNew York, NY, 10019

Ticket Price: 25

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Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Fallen Giant is a full-length main stage chamber opera, commissioned by ALT as part of the company’s initiative to develop new repertory works for family audiences.








Sunday, February 23, 2020


Relevant Tones Podcast Taping

Relevant Tones

6:30 PM @ Caveat

21A Clinton St. New York, NY 10002

Ticket Price: $15

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Art doesn't happen in a vacuum. Relevant Tones is a new Livestreamed series pairing conversations with music inspired by the given topic.







Sunday, March 1, 2020


Chiron Performing Arts Presents Music of Eugene O’Brien and Christopher Kaufman

Chiron Performing Arts

4:00 PM @ National Opera Center’s Marc A. Scorca Hall

330 7th Ave, New York, NY

Ticket Price: $25 General Admission

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Repertoire will be the New York Premiere of Eugene O’Brien’s Algebra of Night, seven songs and two interludes for voice and piano quartet, based on the poetry of Mark Strand, Charles Simic, Edwin Denby, Frank O’Hara, W.H. Auden and James Merrill, as well as Christopher Kaufman’s Hudson Valley Music for flute, tape and video, Ocean for violin and piano, and In Memoriam: Wendy Maraniss for solo piano.







Tuesday, March 3, 2020


Port of Entry: New York

Nemanja Bogunovic, Jasna Popovic, Composers Concordance

8:00 AM @ Stern/ Perelman Auditorium at Carnegie Hall

881 Seventh Ave

Ticket Price: $30-125

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New York Artist Management (NYAM) and Composers Concordance Present Port of Entry: New York March 3 at Carnegie Hall

Guitarist Nemanja Bogunovic and Pianist Jasna Popovic are Joined by 18 Musicians to Perform Works from Around the World

New York, NY - Musicians from across the world, who all now call New York City home, explore their artistic heritage in a double feature concert at Port of Entry: New York at Carnegie Hall on Tuesday, March 3 with New York Artist Management (NYAM) and Composers Concordance. The goal of the event is to give back artistically to this great cultural melting pot that has captured their hearts.








Tuesday, March 3, 2020


Port of Entry: New York

Nemanja Bogunovic, Jasna Popovic, Composers Concordance

8:00 AM @ Stern/ Perelman Auditorium at Carnegie Hall

881 Seventh Ave

Ticket Price: $30-125

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New York Artist Management (NYAM) and Composers Concordance Present Port of Entry: New York March 3 at Carnegie Hall

Guitarist Nemanja Bogunovic and Pianist Jasna Popovic are Joined by 18 Musicians to Perform Works from Around the World

New York, NY - Musicians from across the world, who all now call New York City home, explore their artistic heritage in a double feature concert at Port of Entry: New York at Carnegie Hall on Tuesday, March 3 with New York Artist Management (NYAM) and Composers Concordance. The goal of the event is to give back artistically to this great cultural melting pot that has captured their hearts.








Thursday, March 5, 2020


Composer Portraits: Dai Fujikura

Alice Teyssier (soprano), Daniel Lippel (guitar), International Contemporary Ensemble, Daniela Candillari (conductor)

8:00 PM @ Miller Theatre at Columbia University

2960 Broadway, New York, NY 10027

Ticket Price: starting at $20

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The works of Dai Fujikura are performed with regularity by conductors such as Gustavo Dudamel and by some of the most acclaimed orchestras and ensembles in the world. As one of the leading voices of his generation, his signature “high octane instrumental writing” (The Guardian) will be exhibited in this Portrait featuring International Contemporary Ensemble, longtime champions of Fujikura. A selection of recent chamber works provide a glimpse into his unique soundworld, including Minina—inspired by the birth of his daughter—and abandoned time written for electric guitar and ensemble.







Monday, March 9, 2020


Left Coast Chamber Ensemble: Fairytale Pieces

Left Coast Chamber Ensemble

7:30 PM @ San Francisco Conservatory of Music

50 Oak Street

Ticket Price: $35

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Music illuminates folklore in R. Schumann's Fairytale Pieces for viola and piano, Chris Castro's musical rendition of myths about Coyote and Old Man Farmer, and Carl Schimmel's Ladle Rat Rotten Hut––a topsy turvy Little Red Riding Hood for the 21st Century. Featuring soprano Nikki Einfeld and guest storyteller Susan Strauss.







Thursday, March 12, 2020


Ben Vida: Always Already with Yarn/Wire & Nina Dante / Aaron David Ross: Filter Failure

Ben Vida with Yarn/Wire & Nina Dante / Aaron David Ross: Filter Failure

8:00 PM @ ISSUE Project Room

22 Boerum Pl.

Ticket Price: $20-15

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As part of a series of celebratory events at ISSUE’s 22 Boerum theater, Thursday, March 12th, ISSUE presents the New York premiere of Always Already, a new commissioned work by Ben Vida performed by renowned quartet Yarn/Wire, vocalist Nina Dante, and Vida himself. Previously both ISSUE Artists-In-Residence, this is the first ever collaborative project between Vida and Yarn/Wire. The evening also features the ISSUE debut of New York based composer Aaron David Ross (ADR), presenting new compositions from his unreleased Filter Failure song cycle, accompanied by self-made animations.







Tuesday, March 24, 2020


Jacob Kirkegaard: Opus Autopsia / Lyra Pramuk: Fountain

Jacob Kirkegaard, Lyra Pramuk

8:00 PM @ ISSUE Project Room

22 Boerum Pl.

Ticket Price: $15-0

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As part of a series of celebratory events at ISSUE’s 22 Boerum theater, Tuesday, March 24th, ISSUE presents sound artist Jacob Kirkegaard performing work from his Opus Mors series. The evening also features musician Lyra Pramuk, performing the North American debut of material from her album Fountain, set to be released on March 20th via Iceland’s Bedroom Community label. Entrance is free for ISSUE Members.







Thursday, March 26, 2020


George Lewis: Recombinant Works 2014-2019

George Lewis

8:00 PM @ ISSUE Project Room

22 Boerum Pl.

Ticket Price: $25-15

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As part of a series of celebratory events at ISSUE’s 22 Boerum theater, Thursday, March 26th, ISSUE is pleased to present an evening of recent electroacoustic works from visionary composer, trombonist, and scholar George Lewis. Known for his astonishing level of creativity and expansive critiques of many traditional conceptions about experimental music, Lewis has charted new ground in the fields of improvisation, interactive music, nonhierarchical collaboration, and computer music. Lewis has also worked as a trombonist in bands for years, served as a curator at The Kitchen, developed Voyager (an early and groundbreaking software capable of improvising with live performers), and authored a monumental history of the AACM (Association for the Advancement of Creative Musicians).







Saturday, March 28, 2020


Laurie Spiegel: "A Harmonic Algorithm" in Collaboration with Seth Cluett / Caterina Barbieri

Laurie Spiegel in collaboration with Seth Cluett, Caterina Barbieri

8:00 PM @ ISSUE Project Room

22 Boerum Pl.

Ticket Price: $30-20

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As part of a series of celebratory events at ISSUE’s 22 Boerum theater, Saturday, March 28th, ISSUE presents electronic music pioneer Laurie Spiegel’s piece A Harmonic Algorithm 2011 in collaboration with Seth Cluett. The third incarnation of a work first created through a computer algorithm coded by Spiegel, the piece is spatialized by Cluett, Artist-in-Residence at Nokia Bell Labs. The evening also features Milan-based composer Caterina Barbieri presenting new work for the first time at ISSUE.







Saturday, April 25, 2020


MUSIC OF ALICE SHIELDS AND MORE

EURASIA CONSORT, AND LAURA FALZON WITH SUSAN JOLLES

8:00 PM @ TENRI CULTURAL INSTITUTE

43A WEST 13TH STREET

Ticket Price: Free



Eurasia Consort will perform a newly commissioned work by Alice Shields for Soprano, Alto recorder, Alto flute, Renaissance Harp, Oud, Theorbo, Crotales, Glockenspiel and Vibraphone. The second half of the concert will feature chamber music for flute and harp with Laura Falzon and Susan Jolles with special guest artists TBD.








Monday, June 1, 2020


Left Coast Chamber Ensemble: Living in Color

Left Coast Chamber Ensemble

7:30 PM @ San Francisco Conservatory of Music

50 Oak Street

Ticket Price: $35

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Sarah Gibson's I prefer living in color, the winner of Left Coast's 20th annual composition contest, inspires a dive into music rich with imagery. Gabriella Smith's Anthrozoa depicts the vibrant life among the coral reefs, and Brahms' Violin Sonata in G evokes the rain. Josiah Catalan's companion work to the Brahms, a world premiere, ties together new and old.





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