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United States
 Friday, February 12, 2016 at 7:00 p.m. 
Ecce Ensemble Premieres Switch Opera
Le Laboratoire
650 East Kendall Street
United States
617-945-7515
http://www.lelaboratoirecambridge.com

Tickets: $20
Ecce Ensemble
Amanda DeBoer Bartlett (soprano) and Mikhail Smigelskii (bass-baritone)


As the 2015-16 contemporary music ensemble-in-residence at Cambridge’s Le Laboratoire, the Ecce Ensemble premieres Switch, a contemporary opera written and composed by John Aylward, directed by Laine Rettmer (Loft Opera), and conducted by Jean-Philippe Wurtz (Ensemble Linea). Featuring two vocalists—Amanda DeBoer Bartlett (soprano) and Mikhail Smigelskii (bass-baritone)—backed by the Ecce Ensemble, Switch explores the relationship between an artist and his muse.

John Aylward : Switch

13 Feb



United States
 Saturday, February 13, 2016 at 7:00 p.m. 
Ecce Ensemble Premieres Switch Opera
Le Laboratoire
650 East Kendall Street
United States
617-945-7515
http://www.lelaboratoirecambridge.com

Tickets: $20
Ecce Ensemble
Amanda DeBoer Bartlett (soprano) and Mikhail Smigelskii (bass-baritone)

As the 2015-16 contemporary music ensemble-in-residence at Cambridge’s Le Laboratoire, the Ecce Ensemble premieres Switch, a contemporary opera written and composed by John Aylward, directed by Laine Rettmer (Loft Opera), and conducted by Jean-Philippe Wurtz (Ensemble Linea). Featuring two vocalists—Amanda DeBoer Bartlett (soprano) and Mikhail Smigelskii (bass-baritone)—backed by the Ecce Ensemble, Switch explores the relationship between an artist and his muse.

John Aylward : Switch Opera

13 Feb



United States
 Saturday, February 13, 2016 at 8pm-10 
Composers Concordance - Wingjammer -
West Park Presbyterian Church
165 West 86th Street  New York, N.Y. 10024
United States
(212) 362-4890

Tickets: 15
Gene Pritsker - guitar, Daniel Schnyder - saxophone, and Payton MacDonald - percussion, and by the The Wheatley Quintet: Scott Hoefling - saxophone, Peggy Ho - clarinet, Steve Fitzko - trumpet, Angela Luftig - violin, and Anneke Schaul-Yoder - cello.

On February 13th at West Park Presbyterian Church, Composers Concordance presents its next 'Wingjammer' - a feast of contemporary music featuring improvisation plus an ample reception of buffalo wings. Compositions by Paul Carlon, Dan Cooper, Eleanor Cory, Emily Doolittle, Scott Hoefling, Ryo Noda, Payton MacDonald, Gene Pritsker, Raul Quines, David Sanford, Daniel Schnyder, and Dorian Wallace will be performed by: Gene Pritsker - guitar, Daniel Schnyder - saxophone, and Payton MacDonald - percussion, and by the The Wheatley Quintet: Scott Hoefling - saxophone, Peggy Ho - clarinet, Steve Fitzko - trumpet, Angela Luftig - violin, and Anneke Schaul-Yoder - cello.

Gene Pritsker : Bemoan
Dan Cooper : Tba

14 Feb



United States
 Sunday, February 14, 2016 at 7:00 p.m. 
Ecce Ensemble Premieres Switch Opera at Le Lab
Le Laboratoire
650 East Kendall Street
United States
617-945-7515
http://www.lelaboratoirecambridge.com

Tickets: $40
Ecce Ensemble
written and composed by John Aylward, directed by Laine Rettmer (Loft Opera), and conducted by Jean-Philippe Wurtz (Ensemble Linea). Featuring two vocalists—Amanda DeBoer Bartlett (soprano) and Mikhail Smigelskii (bass-baritone)

As the 2015-16 contemporary music ensemble-in-residence at Cambridge’s Le Laboratoire, the Ecce Ensemble premieres Switch, a contemporary opera.

John Aylward : Switch

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United States
 Thursday, February 18, 2016 at 730-830 
Gene & The Violinists - The Violin Music of Gene Pritsker -
Le Poisson Rouge
NYC
United States

Tickets: 10
Peter Krysa, Lynn Bechtold, Mioi Takeda - (Miolina Duo), Gregor Kitzis, Hajnal K. Pivnick & Yuko Naito-Gotay

Composer Gene Pritsker presents a concert of his music for violin; “I noticed that I have many compositions for the violin, including 11 concertos, numerous solo pieces and loads of chamber music. I decided, why not have a concert featuring only the violin?.” Five violinists, some of whom have collaborated with Gene for over 20 years and some for whom this is a first collaboration, will perform solos, duos, works for violin and Samplestra (pre recorded electronics) and compositions for violin and Di.J. (with GP). In addition there will be a premiere of a brand new chamber piece written for solo violin, a five violin ensemble, rapper and Di.J. The violinists are: Peter Krysa, Lynn Bechtold, Mioi Takeda - (Miolina Duo), Gregor Kitzis, Hajnal K. Pivnick & Yuko Naito-Gotay. Besides compositions that have been performed around the world many times such as: ‘Bach Partita ReMix’, ‘Misfortune Has it’s Uses’, ‘Empty Bottles’, ‘Opposite Extreme of Benevolence’, this concert will also feature four premieres, including two movements for the solo violin piece ‘Tango In V’, a new violin and Samplestra composition; ‘Waiting III’, the violin duet ‘No Conviction, a Hope and that is All’ and the aforementioned new chamber piece.

Gene Pritsker : Misfortune Has it’s Uses
Gene Pritsker : Empty Bottles
Gene Pritsker : Opposite Extreme of Benevolence
Gene Pritsker : Tango In V
Gene Pritsker : Waiting III

19 Feb



United States
 Friday, February 19, 2016 at 7:00 p.m. 
Ecce Ensemble Premieres Switch Opera
Le Laboratoire
650 East Kendall Street
United States
617-945-7515
http://www.lelaboratoirecambridge.com

Tickets: $20
Amanda DeBoer Bartlett (soprano) and Mikhail Smigelskii (bass-baritone)
Ecce Ensemble

As the 2015-16 contemporary music ensemble-in-residence at Cambridge’s Le Laboratoire, the Ecce Ensemble premieres Switch, a contemporary opera written and composed by John Aylward, directed by Laine Rettmer (Loft Opera), and conducted by Jean-Philippe Wurtz (Ensemble Linea). Featuring two vocalists—Amanda DeBoer Bartlett (soprano) and Mikhail Smigelskii (bass-baritone)—backed by the Ecce Ensemble, Switch explores the relationship between an artist and his muse.

John Aylward : Switch

20 Feb



United States
 Saturday, February 20, 2016 at 7:00 p.m. 
Ecce Ensemble Premieres Switch Opera
Le Laboratoire
650 East Kendall Street
United States
617-945-7515
http://www.lelaboratoirecambridge.com

Tickets: $20
Ecce Ensemble
Amanda DeBoer Bartlett (soprano) and Mikhail Smigelskii (bass-baritone)

As the 2015-16 contemporary music ensemble-in-residence at Cambridge’s Le Laboratoire, the Ecce Ensemble premieres Switch, a contemporary opera written and composed by John Aylward, directed by Laine Rettmer (Loft Opera), and conducted by Jean-Philippe Wurtz (Ensemble Linea). Featuring two vocalists—Amanda DeBoer Bartlett (soprano) and Mikhail Smigelskii (bass-baritone)—backed by the Ecce Ensemble, Switch explores the relationship between an artist and his muse.

John Aylward : Switch

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United States
 Thursday, February 25, 2016 at various 
In the Chamber
various

United States
http://www.presentmusic.org/concerts/in-the-chamber.aspx

Tickets: 15-35 and 100 (house concert)
Present Music

Propulsive. Pulsing. This season’s Chamber concert explores music in motion, from the spiritual longing of Ince’s Curve to the "vigorous, tidy romp" of PM-commissioned composer Michael Torke (White Pages and Blue Pages, 1995), to the magnetic force of Caroline Mallonee.

Artistic director Kevin Stalheim says “For our chamber concerts, each musician’s performance becomes extremely intense and more personal. Combining this intensity with the closeness and intimacy of several small performance spaces always results in a very powerful experience for the musicians and the audience.”

Up-close. Intimate.



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United States
 Sunday, March 06, 2016 at 4:00pm 
Organist Gail Archer Performs in Oakland
First Presbyterian Church of Oakland
2619 Broadway
United States
510-444-3555
http://www.firstchurchoakland.org

Tickets: Suggested donation $10
organist Gail Archer

Gail Archer is a Grammy-nominated, international concert organist, recording artist, choral conductor and lecturer. Lucid Culture proclaimed, "Like the composers she chooses, Archer's playing spans the range of human emotions—with Bach, there’s always plenty to communicate, but this time out it was mostly an irresistibly celebratory vibe." Ms. Archer's recordings span the seventeenth to the twenty-first centuries, a festive discography that highlights her musical mastery on grand Romantic instruments as well as Baroque tracker organs. Her most recent compact disc, Bach, the Transcendent Genius, celebrates the brilliant improvisations on Lutheran hymn tunes of the "Great 18" chorale preludes (MM1013). Ms. Archer is college organist at Vassar College, and director of the music program at Barnard College, Columbia University where she conducts the Barnard-Columbia Chorus. She serves as director of the artist and young organ artist recitals at historic Central Synagogue, New York City.

J.S. Bach : Great 18

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