Guesting with Alarm Will Sound again! Eight world premieres -
Theo Chandler, Familiar Punchlines
Inti Figgis-Vizueta, braiding on golden stoops
Charles Halka, Fever Dream
Chelsea Komschlies, Hexactinellida
Aaron Mencher, Haworthia
Nicole Murphy, Dust
Peter Shin, dogwhistling
Kristina Wolfe, A Curation of Finds
More info at: https://newmusic.missouri.edu/micf/festival-schedule
Guesting with AWS as they open for the Mizzou International Composers Festival in Columbia, MO:
Amy Beth Kirsten, Jacob in Chains*
Stefan Freund, con/influences
Donnacha Dennehy, The Hunger**
* world premiere, commissioned by the Mizzou International Composers Festival and Alarm Will Sound
** concert version (world premiere)
Featured Guest Performers:
Richard Crawford: Jacob, Jacob in Chains
Katherine Manley: Asenath Nicholson, The Hunger
Iarla O'Lionaird: Man, The Hunger
More info at https://newmusic.missouri.edu/micf/festival-schedule
One of my last shows in NYC - playing a quintet about fish. Wouldn’t have it any other way.
More info: https://andiemusiknyc.com/kegelstattandtrout
Works by Corocran, Froom, Little, and Niemi-Savage.
More info at: http://www.northsouthmusic.org/calendar.asp
Wavefield plays a program exploring music written over music.
Matthew Ricketts: Melodia (2016-17, premiere of a chamber orchestration) | Rebecca Saunders: a visible trace (2006, US premiere) | Katherine Balch: una corda (2016, US premiere) | Iannis Xenakis: Palimpsest (1979)
A concert at Dizzy’s Club featuring Brazilian guitarist Romero Lubambo!
Rafael Piccolotto de Lima’s Chamber Project is at Bonafide this Friday doing a late set to open the Forrobodó NY festival!
SEVEN)SUNS on a bill with Candiria at Brooklyn Bazaar!
Hotel Elefant (hotelelefant.org) premieres a new work by Leaha Maria Villareal, and also performs works by Philip Glass and Chaya Czernowin.
More info: https://www.facebook.com/events/1113343652177464/
Highline Chamber Ensemble and composer Eric Lemmon will present The Impossible Will Take a Little While, an oratorio based on the collection of essays and poetry by Paul Rogat Loeb. The Impossible Will Take a Little While offers everyday people hope and insights from leaders credited with impacting their respective societies, such as Nelson Mandela and Vaclav Havel. These essays highlight the legions of unsung people and political acts that have led to social change and progress.
The concert on September 7th will feature Mezzo-Soprano Kate Maroney, Soprano Elisabeth Halliday-Quan, Tenor Brandon Snook, and Baritone Wayne Arthur Paul. Highline Chamber Ensemble will be led by composer and conductor Whitney George, and the event will be preceded by a pre-concert talk on The Impossible Will Take a Little While by the composer, Eric Lemmon. The main concert will be accompanied by a host of smaller events including two free chamber concerts featuring excerpts of The Impossible Will Take a Little While alongside other politically minded works, with an hour-long live-streamed rehearsal on September 6th, at 8:00PM. For more information, please visit: http://bit.ly/thelittleimpossible.
Activist orchestra The Dream Unfinished presents their season finale at St. Peter's Church with New York premieres of works by Vijay Iyer, Kareem Roustom, and George Walker, performances of works by Tania Leon and Huang Ruo, performances by Vijay Iyer and Jennifer Koh, and presentations from speakers from NYC's immigrant rights community.
More info: http://thedreamunfinished.org/events/2018/4/25/sanctuary-season-finale
BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn! festival does a screening of "Brimstone & Glory" with the score performed live by Wordless Music Orchestra. More info: