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Fri 01/24/20 8:00PThe Chelsea Symphony Performs Jennifer Higdon and Alexa...The DiMenna Center for...
Sat 01/25/20 8:00PThe Chelsea Symphony Performs Jennifer Higdon and Alexa...The DiMenna Center for...
Tue 01/28/20 7:30PEcstatic Music: Bang on a Can People's Commissioning Fu...Merkin Hall
Sat 02/01/20 7:30PpanSonus - Aus/NZ Tour Highlights in NYCSt. John's in the Vill...
Thu 02/06/20 8:00PComposer Portraits: Caroline ShawMiller Theatre at Colu...
Sat 02/08/20 7:30PRear View Mirror Vol. 2 / Works for Flauto d'amore and ...Renee Weiler Concert H...
Thu 02/20/20 8:00PComposer Portraits: Oscar BettisonMiller Theatre at Colu...
Thu 03/05/20 8:00PComposer Portraits: Dai FujikuraMiller Theatre at Colu...
Sat 04/25/20 8:00P[FREE] MUSIC OF ALICE SHIELDS AND MORETENRI CULTURAL INSTITU...


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Friday, January 24, 2020


Three's Keys

Composers Concordance

8:00 PM @ Benzaquen Hall at The DiMenna Center

450 W 37th S, New York, NY

Ticket Price: $20.00 General Admission (cash accepted at door) $15.00 Advance Online Tickets

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The concert features works for piano and piano ensembles by members of Composers Concordance. Pianists Laura Ahumada, Carl Patrick Bolleia, and Carlton Holmes perform works by Seth Boustead, Dan Cooper, Masatora Goya, Peter Jarvis, Tamar Muskal, Gene Pritsker, Will Rowe, David Saperstein, Dave Soldier, Kathleen Supové, Richard Sussman, Alicia Terzian, Jessica Wells, and Randy Woolf.







Friday, January 24, 2020


The Chelsea Symphony Performs Jennifer Higdon and Alexandra Gardner

The Chelsea Symphony

8:00 PM @ The DiMenna Center for Classical Music

450 West 37th Street

Ticket Price: $20 suggested at door; $25 reserved seating online.

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The second half of The Chelsea Symphony’s 2019/2020 season begins on January 24 and 25 with The Noble Spirit, featuring Jennifer Higdon’s blue cathedral and Sergei Prokofiev’s Symphony No. 5.







Saturday, January 25, 2020


The Chelsea Symphony Performs Jennifer Higdon and Alexandra Gardner

The Chelsea Symphony

8:00 PM @ The DiMenna Center for Classical Music

450 West 37th Street

Ticket Price: $20 suggested at door; $25 reserved seats online

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The second half of The Chelsea Symphony’s 2019/2020 season begins on January 24 and 25 with The Noble Spirit, featuring Jennifer Higdon’s blue cathedral and Sergei Prokofiev’s Symphony No. 5.







Tuesday, January 28, 2020


Ecstatic Music: Bang on a Can People's Commissioning Fund Concert

Bang on a Can All-Stars

7:30 PM @ Merkin Hall

129 West 67th Street

Ticket Price: $25

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A New Sounds co-presentation hosted by John Schaefer
Featuring world premieres by Amanda Berlind, Alvin Curran, Hildur Guðnadóttir and Qasim Naqvi, plus New York composer Phil Kline's Exquisite Corpses and Julius Eastman's super-groove Stay on It.

Bang on a Can’s People’s Commissioning Fund is a radical partnership between artists and audiences to commission works from adventurous composers. Founded in 1997, long before crowd-funding became the norm through Kickstarter and the like, Bang on a Can’s PCF has pooled contributions of all sizes from hundreds of friends and fans and since its inception has commissioned over 50 works of music for New York’s electric Bang on a Can All-Stars.








Saturday, February 1, 2020


panSonus - Aus/NZ Tour Highlights in NYC

panSonus

7:30 PM @ St. John's in the Village

218 West 11th Street, New York, NY 10014

Ticket Price: $15-$20

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Are you sad that you couldn't fly halfway across the world to hear our performances in Australia and NZ a few months ago? Fear not, New York, we are back and ready to share some incredible music with you all!

Celebrate the new year with works written for panSonus by Lydia Wayne Chang, Zak Argabrite, Vasily Ratmansky, and Jakob Bragg, plus the American premiere of a recent work for piano and voice by Eva-Maria Houben.








Thursday, February 6, 2020


Composer Portraits: Caroline Shaw

Attacca Quartet, Sō Percussion

8:00 PM @ Miller Theatre at Columbia University

2960 Broadway, New York, NY 10027

Ticket Price: starting at $20

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Composer, violinist, and singer Caroline Shaw became the youngest recipient ever of the Pulitzer Prize in Music in 2013, and she’s since taken both the pop and classical music worlds by storm. A “breakout star of New York’s contemporary classical scene” (The Guardian), Shaw is a unique creative voice whose music paints luscious soundscapes with moments of discord and unexpected resolutions. The Attacca Quartet and Sō Percussion, both close collaborators of the composer, perform a program of her works from the last decade.







Saturday, February 8, 2020


Rear View Mirror Vol. 2 / Works for Flauto d'amore and strings

Flauto d'Amore Project

7:30 PM @ Renee Weiler Concert Hall

46 Barrow Street

Ticket Price: $20 / $15 (students)

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Rear View Mirror is a project involving the creation of a new repertoire for the flauto d'amore, an instrument that, in its modern form, is completely unknown. Rear View Mirror Vol. 2 is the second in this series, and will feature the flauto d'amore with strings, as well as alone and with electronics.







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.







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.







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.






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