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Wed 08/19/20 5:00P Composers Concordance Presents 'Social Bubble Salon Co...20 Pine Street (New York City )
Wed 08/26/20 6:00PJACK Quartetonline (New York City)
Thu 08/27/20 2:30P Acoustic+ | bodyElectricMISE-EN_PLACE (New York City)
Thu 09/03/20 2:30P Soloist | Hugh AshMISE-EN_PLACE (New York City)
Tue 09/08/20 8:00PTerry Allen & the Panhandle Mystery BandBlank Forms at Pioneer... (New York City)
Thu 09/10/20 2:30P Acoustic+ | Colton ChapmanMISE-EN_PLACE (New York City)
Thu 09/17/20 2:30P Soloist | Maria HadgeMISE-EN_PLACE (New York City)
Thu 09/24/20 2:30P Soloist | Giacomo BaldelliMISE-EN_PLACE (New York City)
Thu 10/01/20 2:30P Acoustic+ | Sorce/Lodge Duo Online EventMISE-EN_PLACE (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)


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Wednesday, August 19, 2020


Composers Concordance Presents 'Social Bubble Salon Concert': Wall Street Roof

Composers Concordance

5:00 PM @ 20 Pine Street

20 Pine Street

Ticket Price: Free

Livestream: https://www.facebook.com/events/909499506226368/

Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/909499506226368/

Composers Concordance combines the Live Stream concert* with a Social Bubble Gathering of colleagues to present our fifth chamber salon concert in the Pandemic era.
The program will consist of 7 composers/performers presenting their music for each other in a socially-distanced setting, while simultaneously live streaming 7 cameras on Facebook Live.
Composers/Performers: Lynn Bechtold, Machiko Ozawa - violins; Gene Pritsker - acoustic guitar; Michiyo Suzuki - clarinet; Robert Ford - narrator; Charles Coleman - baritone, Dan Cooper - percussion.








Wednesday, August 26, 2020


JACK Quartet

JACK Quartet

6:00 PM @ online

n/a

Ticket Price: $15

Website: https://www.kaufmanmusiccenter.org/mch/event/jack-quartet/

Kaufman Music Center Presents:

ONLINE PERFORMANCE
This performance was taped live in Merkin Hall. A link to the online concert will be emailed to ticket buyers on the day of the performance.

Christopher Otto & Austin Wulliman, violins
John Pickford Richards, viola
Jay Campbell, cello

ZOSHA DI CASTRI – String Quartet No. 1 (2016)
MARCOS BALTER – Chambers (2011/12)
ANTHONY BRAXTON – Composition 18 (1971)
CLARA IANOTTA – A Failed Entertainment (2013)
GEORGE LEWIS – String Quartet 2.5 Playing with Seeds (2017)








Thursday, August 27, 2020


Acoustic+ | bodyElectric

bodyElectric

2:30 PM @ MISE-EN_PLACE

341 Calyer St, Brooklyn, NY 11222

Ticket Price: Free

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

Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/2616760318640040/

A Queer Apocalypse

THURSDAY, AUGUST 27, 2020
2:30 PM EST

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








Thursday, September 3, 2020


Soloist | Hugh Ash

Hugh Ash

2:30 PM @ MISE-EN_PLACE

341 Calyer St, Brooklyn, NY 11222

Ticket Price: Free

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

Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/1742019875966877/

Works by Alice Jones, Raven Chacon, and Jay Vilnai

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 2020
2:30 PM EST

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








Tuesday, September 8, 2020


Terry Allen & the Panhandle Mystery Band

Terry Allen

8:00 PM @ Blank Forms at Pioneer Works

159 Pioneer St. Brooklyn, NY 11231

Ticket Price: $18.75-30

Website: https://blankforms.org/events/terry-allen-and-the-panhandle-mystery-band/

Texas Renaissance man Terry Allen is an interdisciplinary artist whose border-blurring work has traversed sculpture, painting, drawing, theater, dance, installation, video, performance, sound, and music, all refracted through a Flatland storyteller’s voice since the late ‘60s. A student at the Chouinard Art Institute (later incorporated into CalArts) and recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship and three NEA grants, Allen’s work resides in the collections of MoMA and the Met and has been shown at Documenta and the São Paolo, Paris, Sydney, and Whitney Biennales. His conceptual art country—including classic song suites Juarez and Lubbock (on everything), both cited as forebears to the alt-country movement—has led to collaborations with Guy Clark, Little Feat, David Byrne, Lucinda Williams, and The Flatlanders, while his country-concrète radio plays have been broadcast to car radios across vast expanses of after hours open roads.

Although it spans disparate worlds, Allen makes no distinction between the ostensibly high and low vernaculars his practice puts into dialogue. Art saturates his eccentric songcraft, whether in satiric ridicule of New York artists’ rivalries with their “snotty surfer upstart” “ego counterparts out on the West Coast” or by down home conversation with the Texicans that populate the Panhandle. Channeling creative impulses from his personal trinity of children, criminals, and the insane, Allen’s irreverent humor and compassionate wit give life to memory and the tragicomic lies we tell ourselves. When inquired about country music, Allen asks, “Which country?” And the Thai music, Navajo chants, Aztec poems, and Tejano swing that Allen has incorporated into his 13 albums while critiquing imperialist warmongering certainly does away with any notion of country music as a fixed, conservative locus. For his first New York appearance in 9 years, Terry Allen is joined by his Panhandle Mystery Band for a selection of songs from his forthcoming record Just Like Moby Dick as well as a second set he dubs his “greatest missed hits.”

Photo by Gary Krueger, 1968








Thursday, September 10, 2020


Acoustic+ | Colton Chapman

Colton Chapman

2:30 PM @ MISE-EN_PLACE

341 Calyer St, Brooklyn, NY 11222

Ticket Price: Free

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

Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/728344614624037/

Works by Dai Fujikura, Miyuki Ito, Maurice Ohana, and Colton Chapman for classical and electric guitar

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 2020
2:30 PM EST

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








Thursday, September 17, 2020


Soloist | Maria Hadge

Maria Hadge

2:30 PM @ MISE-EN_PLACE

341 Calyer St, Brooklyn, NY 11222

Ticket Price: Free

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

Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/990925237988331/

Works by Marcos Balter, Moon Young Ha and Matt Sandahl

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 2020
2:30 PM EST

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








Thursday, September 24, 2020


Soloist | Giacomo Baldelli

Giacomo Baldelli

2:30 PM @ MISE-EN_PLACE

341 Calyer St, Brooklyn, NY 11222

Ticket Price: Free

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

Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/569932353673208/

Works by Brian Eno-David Byrne, Eve Beglarian, Ryan Pratt, John Cage and Nick Norton

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 2020
2:30 PM EST

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








Thursday, October 1, 2020


Acoustic+ | Sorce/Lodge Duo Online Event

Sorce/Lodge Duo Online Event

2:30 PM @ MISE-EN_PLACE

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)








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
ANNE H. GOLDBERG: Damla
DEBRA KAYE: Visions
ALISON YUN-FEI JIANG: As Birds Bring Forth the Sun
ZIBUOKLE MARTINAITYTE: Flashes of Illumination
NAILAH NOMBEKO: Alacrity
NILOUFAR NOURBAKHSH: Fixed
MAUREEN REYES: Clave Cubana
MARGA RICHTER: Toccata
CAMILLE VAN LUNEN: Boca do inferno
RAIN WORTHINGTON: Always Almost








Thursday, October 8, 2020


ACOUSTIC+ | NYsoundCircuit

NYsoundCircuit

2:30 PM @ MISE-EN_PLACE

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






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