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United States
 Friday, May 17, 2013 at 8:00pm 
BMOP Ends Season w/ Gen X Composers 5/17
Jordan Hall, Boston
30 Gainsborough Street
United States
617-585-1260
http://www.newenglandconservatory.edu

Tickets: $20-$50. Students $10.
Boston Modern Orchestra Project (BMOP)

The Boston Modern Orchestra Project (BMOP), the nation’s premier orchestra dedicated exclusively to commissioning, performing, and recording new orchestral music, celebrates Generation X by featuring works by young and emerging composers including: the world premiere of Play (2013) commissioned by BMOP and written by 33-year-old Andrew Norman; the New England premiere of Sea-Blue Circuitry (2011) by 35-year-old Mason Bates; and the New England premiere of Path of Echoes: Symphony No. 1 (2006) by 36-year-old Huang Ruo.

Andrew Norman : Play
Mason Bates : Sea-Blue Circuitry
Huang Ruo : Path of Echoes: Symphony No.1

18 May



United States
 Saturday, May 18, 2013 at 8.00pm-10.pm 

Church of St. Mary the Virgin
145 West 46 St. NY, NY
United States
http://nyro.org/

Tickets: Free $10 suggested donation
ILLUMINATIONS OF THE NIGHT, for orchestra [2013]*
PERI MAUER, Composer

New York Repertory Orchestra
David Leibowitz, conductor

*World Premiere



Peri Mauer : ILLUMINATIONS OF THE NIGHT, for orchestra [2013]

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United States
 Wednesday, May 22, 2013 at 7:30pm 
Organist Gail Archer Wraps Up NYC Tour 5/22
St. Paul the Apostle Church
405 West 59th Street
United States
212-262-9239
http://www.stpaulapostlechurch.org

Tickets: Free
Organist Gail Archer

Internationally renowned star concert organist Gail Archer celebrates the distinctive voice of organ music in The Muses Voice: A Celebration of International Women Composers – a five-concert series touring the churches and synagogues of New York City. Performing a colorful collection of organ music spanning 19th – 21st century female composers, Archer is slated to premiere two works: the New York premiere of The Everlasting Crown by Judith Bingham; and the world premiere of And the Greatest of These is Love by Alla Borzova. Hailed for championing contemporary organ music by female composers, Archer will also feature works by Nadia Boulanger, Jeanne Demessieux, Sofia Gubaidulina, Judith Bingham and Jennifer Higdon, to name a few. Several of these works are being recorded for Archer’s next album to be released in Spring 2013.

Eleanor Daley : Trinitas, I. “And the spirit of God moved upon the face of the waters” Genesis 1:2, II. “To the thirsty I will give water without price from the fountain of life” Revelation 21:6, III. And I will pour out my Spirit upon all flesh” Acts 2:17
Nancy Van de Vate : Prelude for Organ
Karen P. Thomas : Dar eltehab-e jazbe-ye’ yeganeggy...burning with ecstatic harmony...”
Anna Paolo Santillan Alcocer : Hope of Dawn
Jennifer Higdon : Ceremonies Suite, Meditation, Prayer Song, Celebration

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United States
 Friday, May 24, 2013 at 7:00pm 
Journey to America - Chamber Music for Winds and Violin
Bloomingdale School of Music
323 West 108th Street New York, NY 10025 212-663-6021
United States
212-663-6021
http://www.bsmny.org/concerts/may-2013-1#prettyPhoto
info@bsmny.org

Tickets: FREE
CIRCADIA ENSEMBLE
Kaoru Hinata flute
Mark Snyder oboe
Christopher Cullen clarinet
Gilbert Dejean bassoon
Shelagh Abate horn
Naho Parrini violin


Many composers are deeply identified with the music of their homeland. Antonin Dvorak’s music is laced with Slavic melody, and his work was essential in creating a Czech musical style. Igor Stravinsky’s early music speaks to the power of Russian folk music. But both composers spent vital years in the United States, and were profoundly influenced by the experience.


Antonin Dvorak : "American" Quartet in Eb, op 51
Antonin Dvorak : Romance in F for Violin
Igor Stravinsky : Pastorale
Igor Stravinsky : Eight Instrumental Miniatures

24 May



United States
 Friday, May 24, 2013 at 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm 
Multitude
Turner Hall Ballroom
Milwaukee, WI
United States

Tickets: Tickets are general seating by section. Best: $35 Good: $25 Bargain: $15
Present Music Ensemble with guest performers Leah Coloff, Ted Hearne and the band Something to Do.

Join Present Music, Milwaukee’s own cutting-edge new music ensemble, for an evening of dance, art and music magnified to the extreme at our Season Finale party, Multitude!

The Multitude concert will feature a myriad of brand new compositions, mesmerizing dance and captivating art installations. A world premiere by Sean Friar titled Breaking Point, centers around the electric guitar’s unique sounds and techniques that inspirethe ensemble. Vivid art installations, featuring an entire wall of cupcakes created by Brooke Thiele and Lilly Coyle, and Emily Sheider’s Life Among the Ruins, will take your mind on a radiant visual journey. Provocative music and dance highlights include performances by spellbinding singer/cellist Leah Coloff, composer/vocalist Ted Hearne and dancer/choreographer Mauriah Kraker. The party concludes with Wisconsin’s own high energy, horn-driven rock/ska band, Something to Do. Celebrate with Present Music in a concert packed with fun and adventurous performances at Multitude!


Ted Hearne : 359
Ted Hearne : Last Man Standing
Hannah Lash : Hush
Sean Friar : Breaking Point
Leah Coloff : tbd

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United States
 Thursday, May 30, 2013 at 8:00pm 
Richard + Mika Stoltzman Salute Chick Corea at Carnegie 5/30
Carnegie Hall
New York
United States

Tickets: $50
Marimba - Mika Stoltzman
Clarinet - Richard Stoltzman
Harlem String Quartet
and more....

World renowned artists Mika and Richard Stoltzman return to Carnegie Hall for their much anticipated New Genre! Part 2 concert featuring eight world premiere works written and/or arranged specifically for them. Attracted by the multifarious, genre-busting artistry of premier jazz marimbist Mika Stoltzman, today’s most revered composers and performers gather for this special one-night only occasion. Program highlights include: the world premieres of The Nymphs for Solo Marimba by John Zorn and Burning Bright by William Thomas McKinley; works by Steve Reich and Bill Douglas; special guest artists including the Harlem String Quartet and vocalist Gayle Moran Corea, to name a few; and a robust dedication to Chick Corea featuring six of his pieces including his 2013 Grammy award-winning work Mozart Goes Dancing.

Chick Corea : six pieces...
William Thomas McKinley : Burning Bright
Steve Reich : Duet
John Zorn : The Nymphs for Solo Marimba
Bill Douglas : Marimba Concerto

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