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Sun 11/01/20 5:00PComposers Concordance Presents A concert with a Limit...Kostabi World (NYC)
Tue 11/10/20 7:00P DACAMERA: Conrad Tao in recitalOnline (Houston)
Sat 11/14/20 7:00PComposers Concordance Presents We, the Whole People...Michiko Studios (NYC)
Mon 11/16/20 7:00P Composers Concordance Presents Clarinet Motion Feat...William Paterson Unive... (Wayne)


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Sunday, November 1, 2020


Composers Concordance Presents A concert with a Limited, In-Person Audience: Conga Mania

Composers Concordance

5:00 PM @ Kostabi World

225 W 22nd St, New York, NY

Ticket Price: $20

Livestream: https://www.facebook.com/events/2531718413798898

Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/2531718413798898

Composers Concordance presents Conga Mania: Showcases New Compositions Featuring Conga Drums

Latin GRAMMY-winning percussionist/composer Samuel Torres, Bessie Award-nominated tap dancer/composer Max Pollak, and multitalented percussionist/educator Cesare Papetti join together with chamber ensemble on a program of multifarious new compositions featuring congas, plus a traditional Cuban Yambú dance.

Featured compositions include Machiko Ozawa’s Havana Murder Mystery for congas and violin; Sophie Dunér's Mad about Monk for congas, piano, and bass; Dan Cooper’s Songo for congas and ensemble; and Gene Pritsker’s Conga Graffiti for three conga drums.

Tickets will be $20 per-person, with an in-person audience maximum of 15 people. Reservations are required, so the first 15 people to buy tickets are the audience. Ticket price includes free drinks.

The concert will also be live streamed on the Composers Concordance Facebook page.








Tuesday, November 10, 2020


DACAMERA: Conrad Tao in recital

Conrad Tao

7:00 PM @ Online

n/a

Ticket Price: Free

Website: https://www.dacamera.com/?event=conrad-tao-recital&event_date=2020-11-10

DACAMERA Recitals series

Become a member and enjoy a pre-concert Zoom reception with Conrad Tao!

Conrad Tao, piano
November 10, 2020 – 7pm Central

Felipe Lara: Injust Intonations (#BlackLivesMatter)
Ruth Crawford Seeger: Study in Mixed Accents (ossia ii)
Conrad Tao: all I had forgotten or tried to
Tania León: Ritual
Beethoven: Piano Sonata No. 17 in D Minor, Op. 31, No. 2, “Tempest”
Ruth Crawford Seeger: Study in Mixed Accents (ossia i)
David Lang: wed

The multi-talented young pianist presents an electrifying recital with Beethoven’s Tempest Sonata at its center, surrounded by compositions of Ruth Crawford Seeger, Tania Leon, Felipe Lara, David Lang and Tao himself. These newer works reset our expectations and allow Beethoven’s masterpiece to be heard anew. Conrad performs on a top-notch piano with superior sound at Tanglewood in New England, the storied summer home of the Boston Symphony.

Conrad Tao has appeared worldwide as a pianist and composer, and has been dubbed a musician of “probing intellect and open-hearted vision” by The New York Times, who also cited him as “one of five classical music faces to watch” in the 2018-19 season. Tao is a recipient of the prestigious Avery Fisher Career Grant, and was named a Gilmore Young Artist — an honor awarded every two years highlighting the most promising American pianists of the new generation.








Saturday, November 14, 2020


Composers Concordance Presents We, the Whole People, a Concert Inspired by a Susan B. Anthony Speech After Her Arrest for Casting a Vote in the 1872 Presidential Election

Composers Concordance

7:00 PM @ Michiko Studios

149 W 46th St 3rd floor, NYC

Ticket Price: $30

Livestream: https://www.facebook.com/events/788977068560307

Website: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/we-the-whole-people-tickets-125169716993

Composers Concordance presents We, the Whole People on Saturday, November 14th at 7pm EST for a limited, in-person audience at Michiko Studios in New York City.

We, the Whole People is inspired by a speech Susan B. Anthony gave after her arrest for casting an illegal vote in the 1872 presidential election. Specifically for this concert, eight composers have written new music influenced, directly or indirectly, by Anthony's speech, the women's movement in general, and/or the constitutional amendment which guarantees equality for all people.

The CompCord Ensemble premiering these eight works consists of mezzo soprano, trumpet, electric guitar, piano/synthesizer, electric bass, viola da gamba, and drums/percussion.

Featured compositions include We by Gene Pritsker; The New Colossus by Debra Kaye, with text from Emma Lazarus' poem on the Statue of Liberty; and Hallie Quinn Brown by Madelyn Byrne.

Tickets will be $30 per-person, with an in-person audience maximum of 10 people. Reservations are required, so the first 10 people to buy tickets are the audience. Ticket price includes free drinks.

The concert will also be live streamed on the Composers Concordance Facebook page.








Monday, November 16, 2020


Composers Concordance Presents Clarinet Motion Featuring the Licorice Clarinet Quartet

Composers Concordance

7:00 PM @ William Paterson University Shea Auditorium

William Paterson University Shea Auditorium 300 Pompton Road Wayne, NJ

Ticket Price: Free

Livestream: https://www.facebook.com/ComposersConcordance/

Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/667045097583579

On Monday, November 16th at 7pm at William Paterson University in Wayne, NJ, Composers Concordance presents Clarinet Motion, a concert event pairing new clarinet quartet compositions with an array of contemporary choreographies as part of WPU's New Music Series.

Previous programs on this series, including Piano Motion and Brass Motion, provided composers with the opportunity to explore a range of tone colors within one instrument family. Now focusing attention on both the sonic range and myriad techniques of contemporary clarinet playing, Clarinet Motion features the virtuoso NY Licorice Quartet: Michiyo Suzuki, Akari Yamamoto, Saerom Kim, and Chie Matsuura, together with choreography created by Composers Concordance’s own Dance Director, the Bessie Award-nominated tap dancer/composer Max Pollak.






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