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Thu 10/01/20 2:30P Acoustic+ | Sorce/Lodge Duo Online EventMISE-EN_PLACE (New York City)
Fri 10/02/20 7:00P Gala Opening Night Livestreamonline (Houston)
Sat 10/03/20 5:00PFortune Favors the RaveKostabi World (New York City)
Sun 10/04/20 3:00P Women of NoteNational Opera Center (New York City)
Thu 10/08/20 2:30P ACOUSTIC+ | NYsoundCircuitMISE-EN_PLACE (New York City)
Sat 10/17/20 7:00PEndosymbiosis: Live Electronic Music Performance with L...Online location (South River, Ontario, Canada)
Sun 10/18/20 4:00P Orbit: Long Distance Premieres of Works by Cris Derksen...Online (Vancouver)
Sat 10/24/20 7:00PAdeva (version000_01)Online Location (South River, Ontario, Canada)


Thursday, October 1, 2020

Acoustic+ | Sorce/Lodge Duo Online Event

Sorce/Lodge Duo Online Event


341 Calyer St, Brooklyn, NY 11222

Ticket Price: Free

Livestream: https://place.mise-en.org/#live

Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/229784571440007

Works by Marga Richter, Steven Swartz, Joseph C. Phillips, Jr. and Nicholas Deyoe

THURSDAY, October 1, 2020
2:30 PM EST

YouTube Live (place.mise-en.org/#live)
Facebook Live (www.facebook.com/miseen)

Friday, October 2, 2020

Gala Opening Night Livestream


7:00 PM @ online


Ticket Price: Free

Website: https://www.dacamera.com/?event=gala-opening-night-livestream&event_date=2020-10-02

DACAMERA kicks off its fall season with a free, gala Opening Night livestream concert and season announcement, with an international lineup of outstanding performers. Hosted by Artistic Director Sarah Rothenberg, this will be an opening night like no other, and we want you to be there!

Performances by bass-baritone Davóne Tines with original interpretations of spirituals; two-time Grammy Award winning guitarist Sharon Isbin playing Paraguayan and Venezuelan waltzes; French-American cellist Sonia Wieder-Atherton performing Bach; flutist Claire Chase performing composer Marcos Balter’s 2019 work Echo for flute and electronics, ; and solo jazz from Houston native pianist and Blue Note recording artist James Francies and Cuban percussionist, singer and bandleader Pedrito Martinez.

“Featuring an array of renowned soloists from around the world, Opening Night will exemplify the diversity of musical styles, expressive virtuosity and innovation that have come to define DACAMERA,” says Sarah Rothenberg. “From Paris to Brooklyn, artists will perform from concert spaces and from their homes, with repertoire from Bach to original jazz to contemporary.”

Following these spectacular performances, we will announce news about upcoming livestreamed recitals, virtual gatherings with artists, premiere broadcast streams of original multimedia productions, future concert plans and a new membership program.

Saturday, October 3, 2020

Fortune Favors the Rave

Composers Concordance

5:00 PM @ Kostabi World

Kostabi World 225 W 22nd St, New York, NY

Ticket Price: $20

Livestream: https://www.facebook.com/events/986539105142860

Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/986539105142860

Fortune Favors the Rave is structured to be a departure from how we often listen to contemporary electronic music in a traditional concert hall setting. This event provides a fun, socially-distanced environment where audience members can hear new electronic compositions influenced by literature, have a beverage, and talk with the composers and other audience members throughout the evening.

Sunday, October 4, 2020

Women of Note

North/South Consonance

3:00 PM @ National Opera Center

330 Seventh Ave (7th FL), New York, NY 10001

Ticket Price: Free

Website: https://www.northsouthmusic.org/calendar.asp

Max Lifchitz will perform a festive piano recital featuring arresting piano music by three generations of women composers from Europe and the Americas.

The event was originally scheduled to take place on March 16 to coincide with Women’s History Month. Regrettably, it had to be re-scheduled in light of the COVID19 pandemic.

The following works and composers will be featured:

BETH ANDERSON: Belgian Tango
ELIZABETH BELL: Piano Sonata No. 2
ALISON YUN-FEI JIANG: As Birds Bring Forth the Sun
ZIBUOKLE MARTINAITYTE: Flashes of Illumination
CAMILLE VAN LUNEN: Boca do inferno

Thursday, October 8, 2020

ACOUSTIC+ | NYsoundCircuit



341 Calyer St, Brooklyn, NY 11222

Ticket Price: Free

Livestream: https://place.mise-en.org/#live

Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/617892169104778/

"All the Colors"
featuring Resonant Refractions the sinfonietta of NYsoundCircuit under the direction of Ian Shafer.

THURSDAY, October 8, 2020
2:30 PM EST

YouTube Live (place.mise-en.org/#live)
Facebook Live (www.facebook.com/miseen

Saturday, October 17, 2020

Endosymbiosis: Live Electronic Music Performance with Liquid Light Imagery

Robert Fantinatto

7:00 PM @ Online location

Advance Registration required for online address

Ticket Price: $10 or 0 (optional admission fee). Online registration required at https://naisa.ca/purchase-tickets/

Website: https://naisa.ca/festivals/soundplayseries/performances/

Endosymbiosis is a video and improvised electronic music performance by Robert Fantinatto and co-presented by Charles Street Video, New Adventures in Sound Art and Toronto Media Arts Centre. Endosymbiosis utilizes a variation on the technique of Liquid Light by replacing the overhead projector with a 4K video camera. The improvised music performed by Fantinatto uses a customized modular synthesizer along with slowed down water sounds. The performance will be live-streamed over YouTube with Q&A discussion taking place afterwards on the Whereby platform.

Sunday, October 18, 2020

Orbit: Long Distance Premieres of Works by Cris Derksen & Olivia Shortt

Isidora Nojkovic & Aliayta Foon Dancoes

4:00 PM @ Online

Zoom Livestream

Ticket Price: Free

Livestream: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_BN943WFWSBKhCitI8v3Jvg?fbclid=IwAR1LTHgE3-izuAfnofQozJjQrHReGJIQ0ta6mJzK8je7Ex9_88-XLoPiSrA

Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/977050029425243

This online concert will feature the premieres of two newly commissioned pieces for Violin and Cello duo written by Olivia Shortt and Cris Derksen. The recorded performances will be played by longtime collaborators Aliayta Foon-Dancoes and Isidora Nojkovic in their first appearance as a cross-continental violin/cello duo. These two new pieces are a response to the challenges facing the world of live arts in 2020 in that they were created specifically to be performed by musicians who do not occupy the same physical space - in this case, Aliayta will be in London, England, and Isidora will be in Vancouver, Canada.

These commissions were generously supported by the Canada Council for the Arts Digital Originals Fund.

Saturday, October 24, 2020

Adeva (version000_01)

Debashis Sinha

7:00 PM @ Online Location

Advance Registration required for Online Address

Ticket Price: $10 or 0 (optional admission fee). Online Location issued after Advance Registration at https://naisa.ca/purchase-tickets/

Website: https://naisa.ca/festivals/soundplayseries/performances/

Debashis Sinha’s explorations of how his Bengali heritage can manifest through the toolset of contemporary electronic music continues with this livestream performance. “Adeva (version000_01)” is a project started in 2019 at the MUTEK JP AI Music Lab, where Sinha began exploring machine learning and AI and their applications in sound, and where he realized their use as a dramaturgical tool in the story-based explorations and re-imaginings of Hindu myth Sinha has been creating for nearly 2 decades. The text and sound world of the Vedas (Hindu scriptures) is subjected to machine learning algorithms and processes to create content that lies just beyond the reach of human comprehension - a piecing together of half-understood and half-perceived bits of wisdom that is reconstructed by Sinha, and the listener in the moment of performance.

The performance will be live-streamed over YouTube with Q&A discussion taking place afterwards on the Whereby platform. It is a co-presentation of New Adventures in Sound Art (NAISA), Charles Street Video and Toronto Media Arts Centre.

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