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United States
 Friday, May 06, 2016 at 7:00 pm 
Ecce Ensemble Performs New Chamber Works 5/6
Le Laboratoire
650 East Kendall Street
United States
617-945-7515
http://www.lelaboratoirecambridge.com

Tickets: $22
Ecce Ensemble

As the 2015-16 contemporary music ensemble-in-residence at Cambridge’s Le Laboratoire, the Ecce Ensemble completes its season with a diverse program of new chamber works by six emerging compositional voices. Performed by seven-member Ecce Ensemble and special guest vocalist Amanda DeBoer Bartlett, the program includes the world premiere of Already Root by Maxwell Dulaney, New England premieres by Erin Gee, Hillary Zipper, and Anna-Louise Walton, as well as works by Ecce’s executive director John Aylward, and the winner of Ecce’s 2016 International Call for Scores, Nuno Costa. (

John Aylward : Mercury

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United States
 Sunday, May 22, 2016 at 4:00PM 
Earthquakes and Islands (World Premiere
Old Stone House
336 3rd St, Brooklyn, NY 11215
United States
http://theoldstonehouse.org

Tickets: $20/$10
Martha Guth, soprano; Tyler Duncan, baritone; Michael Brofman, Erika Switzer, piano

Brooklyn Art Song Society concludes its sixth season on May 22nd, 2016 with the world premiere of Andrew Staniland's Earthquakes and Islands, a co-commission with the Casement Fund Song Series. This evening-length work by one of Canada's most esteemed young composers features settings of the strange, beautiful and brutally honest poetry of Robin Richardson. Mr. Staniland's music has been called "alternately beautiful and terrifying" by the New Yorker and Ms. Richardson's has been praised as "one of the best young poets of her generation". Esteemed Canadian singers Martha Guth and baritone Tyler Duncan will be joined by pianists Michael Brofman and Erika Switzer.

Andrew Staniland : Earthquakes and Islands

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United States
 Monday, May 23, 2016 at 8.30pm 
JACK Quartet Performs World and New York Premieres
92nd Street Y
New York
United States

JACK Quartet



Cenk Ergun : Sonare
Derek Bermel : Intonations
Cenk Ergun : Celare
Marc Sabat : Euler Lattice Spirals Scenery

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United States
 Tuesday, May 24, 2016 at 7pm 
Jennifer Koh's Shared Madness
National Sawdust
80 NORTH 6TH ST BROOKLYN, NY 11249
United States
(646) 779-8455
http://nationalsawdust.org
INFO@NATIONALSAWDUST.ORG



World Premieres of more than 30 short works for solo violin, exploring the shared creative space between composer and performer as well as virtuosity in the 21st century, by composers including Samuel Adams, Timo Andres, Matt Aucoin, Jean-Baptiste Barrière, Derek Bermel, Lisa Bielawa, Daníel Bjarnason, David Bruce, Chris Cerrone, Anthony Cheung, Zosha Di Castri, Bryce Dessner, Philip Glass, Michael Gordon, Mark Grey, John Harbison, Vijay Iyer, Gabriel Kahane, Phil Kline, David Lang, David Ludwig, James Matheson, Missy Mazzoli, Eric Nathan, Marc Neikrug, Andrew Norman, Christopher Rountree, Kaija Saariaho, Sean Shepherd, Noam Sivan, Augusta Read Thomas, and Julia Wolfe.

Also 31st May.


Contemporary Composers : Various

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United States
 Friday, May 27, 2016 at 2:00PM 
Organist Gail Archer Performs Free Concert
Trinity Church of Boston
206 Clarendon Street
United States
617-536-0944
http://www.trinitychurchboston.org

Tickets: Free
Gail Archer, organ

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."

J.S Bach : Great 18

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