Exploreall|New York|New York City


ADD YOUR CONCERT INFO

New York

 Concerts/ProjectsVenues/Presenters
Wed 04/21/21 7:00P Composers Concordance Presents O Haiku My Haiku on ...Kostabi World
Tue 04/27/21 7:00P Kaufman Music Center – Solar Flare: Luna Composition Online
Wed 04/28/21 10:06A Kaufman Music Center – Performance as Process with Co...online


ADD YOUR CONCERT INFO



Wednesday, April 21, 2021


Composers Concordance Presents O Haiku My Haiku on April 21

Composer Concordance

7:00 PM @ Kostabi World

Kostabi World 225 W 22nd St New York, NY

Ticket Price: Free

Livestream: https://www.facebook.com/events/534994074565321

Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/534994074565321

Composers Concordance presents O Haiku My Haiku, the 4th concert of its Comp/Lit festival, on Wednesday, April 21 at 7pm EDT at Kostabi World in Manhattan.

Recitations of Haiku and other short-form poetry are accompanied by an array of instruments from around the globe, including the Russian Domra, Japanese Hichiriki, and Middle Eastern Ney, in combination with electronics and western orchestral instruments. In addition, a futuristic thumb piano designed by Kohei Kanamori, a.k.a. Dr. Kaolimba, will be featured. Living poets and composers join forces to perform this eclectic program, as part of the inclusionary mix that NYC audiences have come to associate with the Composers Concordance series and record label.








Tuesday, April 27, 2021


Kaufman Music Center – Solar Flare: Luna Composition Lab

Luna Composition Lab

7:00 PM @ Online

n/a

Ticket Price: Free

Website: https://www.kaufmanmusiccenter.org/mch/event/solar-flare-luna-lab-face-the-music/

April 27, 2021 – 7pm Eastern

FREE concert streamed on Facebook & YouTube

Young musicians from Kaufman Music Center premiere works by the 2020-21 Luna Composition Lab Fellows: Vera Gjaja, Alisha Heng, Jordan Millar, Zola Saadi-Klein, Azalea Twining and Marina Zurita McKinnon. A national mentorship program founded by 2018 Grammy nominee Missy Mazzoli and 2018 Pulitzer Prize winner Ellen Reid with Kaufman Music Center in 2016, Luna Lab is “changing the playing field by providing mentorship and exposure to teen-age female, non-binary, and gender nonconforming composers” (The New Yorker). This virtual performance may be streamed from Merkin Hall if circumstances related to the COVID-19 situation permit.

Thank you to Luna Lab’s Supporters.








Wednesday, April 28, 2021


Kaufman Music Center – Performance as Process with Conrad Tao

Conrad Tao

10:06 AM @ online

n/a

Ticket Price: Free

Website: https://www.kaufmanmusiccenter.org/mch/event/performance-as-process-with-conrad-tao-4-29/

April 28, 2021 – 10:06 am Eastern

Performance as Process events are streamed on Kaufman Music Center’s Facebook page.

2020-21 Kaufman Music Center Artist-in-Residence Conrad Tao is a pianist, composer, Avery Fisher Career Grant winner and alumnus of Special Music School. A series of eight FREE monthly digital Performance As Process events on Thursday evenings from September through April invites audiences into his creative practice as he develops programming for his May 6 Ecstatic Music performance in Merkin Hall. Streamed from his home in Manhattan, these events will give the audience a deeper look into his work in piano, electronics, composition and improvisation as the program for his May concert comes into focus.






All rights reserved since 2018 © New Music Things