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United States
 Thursday, April 27, 2017 at 7:30pm 
ERC Presents The Dreyfus Affair at BAM Fisher 4/27-5/7
BAM Fisher
321 Ashland Place
United States
718.636.4100
http://www.bam.org

Tickets: $55 and Up
Ensemble for the Romantic Century
Written by Eve Wolf
Directed by Donald T. Sanders
Sets and Costumes by Vanessa James
Lighting Design by Beverly Emmons
Projection Design by David Bengali
Actors: Mark Andrew Coffin (Commandant Hubert-Joseph Henry), Max Von Essen (Alfred Dreyfus), Mark Evans (Mathieu Dreyfus), Dee Pelletier (Madame Bastian), Meghan Picerno (Lucie Dreyfus), Daniel Rowan (Maximilien von Schwartzkoppen), Mark Light-Orr (Count Marie Charles Ferdinand Wallin-Esterhazy), Richard Waddingham (Lieutenant-Colonel Mercer Paty de Clam)
Musicians: Grace Park (violin), Daniel Cho (violin), Chieh-Fan Yiu (viola), Nico Olarte-Hayes (cello), Jake Chabot (flute & piccolo), Parker Ramsey (organ & harpsichord), Max Barros (piano)
Casting by Stephanie Klapper Casting

Celebrating its 16th season, the critically-acclaimed Ensemble for the Romantic Century (ERC) returns to BAM Fisher with a two-week run of The Dreyfus Affair. Written by Eve Wolf and directed by Donald T. Sanders, this multi-media production illuminates the controversial story of the 1894 treason conviction of Captain Alfred Dreyfus that had a decades-long reverberation in the political landscape of France and the rest of the world. Featuring Max von Essen (Tony Nominee for An American in Paris) in the title role of Alfred Dreyfus and Mark Evans (Irish Rep's Finian's Rainbow) as his devoted brother Mathieu Dreyfus, this tragic tale of intrigue, undying love, conspiracy, and political will is brought to life through the fusion of drama, history, and music.

Cesar Franck : Piano Quintet in F minor
Jean-Philippe Rameau : Excerpts from Les fêtes d’Hébé

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29 Apr



United States
 Saturday, April 29, 2017 at 7:30 PM 
Melodia Women's Choir of NYC presents Awakening the Spirit
Church of the Holy Apostles
296 Ninth Avenue, NYC, New York
United States
+1 800-838-3006
http://www.melodiawomenschoir.org/
info@horsedragon-nyc.com

Tickets: $20 adv ($25 door)

Melodia Women’s Choir led by Cynthia Powell, Areta Zhulla (violin), Rita Costanzi (harp), an all-female string quintet, and Taisiya Pushkar (collaborative pianist)



Melodia Women’s Choir, New York’s premier ensemble for women’s choral music conducted by Cynthia Powell, continues its 14th season with Awakening the Spirit in a soaring concert featuring the U.S. premiere of John Rutter’s “Visions.” Written by Rutter as a showcase for violin and choir, “Visions” is a powerful work that examines the spiritual, religious, and historic importance of Jerusalem as a symbol of “a utopian ideal of heavenly peace and seraphic bliss for redeemed humanity” in four movements. Melodia is excited to work with accomplished violin soloist Areta Zhulla, along with harpist Rita Costanzi, and an all-female string quintet.

Also on the program is “The Dancers” from notable Welsh composer Grace Williams (1906-1977), and women’s choral favorite “Choral Hymns from the Rig Veda” by Gustav Holst (1874–1934). “To say that I’m excited about this music would be an understatement,” says Artistic Director Cynthia Powell. “To be able to offer the U.S. premiere of a new work by John Rutter is a thrilling thing in and of itself, but to bring to life the gorgeous choral suite ‘The Dancers’ by Grace Williams.... Add to that the exquisite playing of violinist Areta Zhulla, and we have a knockout concert.”


John Rutter : Visions
Grace Williams : The Dancers
Gustav Holst : Choral Hymns from the Rig Veda

30 Apr



United States
 Sunday, April 30, 2017 at 3:00 pm 
Melodia Women's Choir of NYC presents Awakening the Spirit
West End Collegiate Church
West End Ave. at 77th St
United States
http://www.westendchurch.org

Tickets: $20 adv ($25 door)

Melodia Women’s Choir led by Cynthia Powell, Areta Zhulla (violin), Rita Costanzi (harp), an all-female string quintet, and Taisiya Pushkar (collaborative pianist)



Melodia Women’s Choir, New York’s premier ensemble for women’s choral music conducted by Cynthia Powell, continues its 14th season with Awakening the Spirit in a soaring concert featuring the U.S. premiere of John Rutter’s “Visions.” Written by Rutter as a showcase for violin and choir, “Visions” is a powerful work that examines the spiritual, religious, and historic importance of Jerusalem as a symbol of “a utopian ideal of heavenly peace and seraphic bliss for redeemed humanity” in four movements. Melodia is excited to work with accomplished violin soloist Areta Zhulla, along with harpist Rita Costanzi, and an all-female string quintet.

Also on the program is “The Dancers” from notable Welsh composer Grace Williams (1906-1977), and women’s choral favorite “Choral Hymns from the Rig Veda” by Gustav Holst (1874–1934). “To say that I’m excited about this music would be an understatement,” says Artistic Director Cynthia Powell. “To be able to offer the U.S. premiere of a new work by John Rutter is a thrilling thing in and of itself, but to bring to life the gorgeous choral suite ‘The Dancers’ by Grace Williams.... Add to that the exquisite playing of violinist Areta Zhulla, and we have a knockout concert.”

http://www.brownpapertickets.com/producer/5998
Tel: 212-757-2945
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John Rutter : Visions
Grace Williams : The Dancers
Gustav Holst : Choral Hymns from the Rig Veda

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United States
 Friday, May 19, 2017 at 7:00pm 
Ecce Ensemble Culminates Le Lab Residency with May 19th Concert
Le Laboratoire
650 East Kendall Street
United States
617-945-7515
http://www.lelaboratoirecambridge.com

Tickets: $20
Ecce Ensemble
Roberta Michel (flutes), Carlos Cordeiro (clarinet), Jennifer Choi (violin), John Popham (cello), Amanda DeBoer Bartlett (soprano), Hassan Anderson (oboe), Colin Gee (choreographer/dancer), Sam Budish (percussion), and Julia Den Boer (piano)

As the 2016-17 contemporary music ensemble-in-residence at Cambridge’s Le Laboratoire, the Ecce Ensemble completes its French-inspired season with a diverse program juxtaposing American and French music. The concert features chamber performances of masterworks by French composer Philippe Hurel and by American composer John Aylward. The event is also a program of memorials, featuring two of Hurel's significant homage works, Pour Luigi and In Memoriam a Berio, and the world premiere of Aylward’s Angelus Novus, an homage to Lee Hyla.

John Aylward : Angelus Novus
John Aylward : Daedalus
Philippe Hurel : Pour Luigi

20 May 
 
21 May



United States
 Sunday, May 21, 2017 at 4:00PM-6:00PM 
New Voices
Old Stone House
336 3rd St, Brooklyn, NY 11215
United States
http://theoldstonehouse.org

Tickets: $25/$15
Laura Strickling, Elisabeth Marshall, soprano; Steven Eddy, baritone; Pascal Archer, clarinet;
Michael Brofman, Miori Sugiyama, piano

On Sunday, May 21st, 2017 Brooklyn Art Song Society will present its season finale, a concert of songs written after 2010, as part of its New Voices series. Two works will be world premieres: A new work by Tom Cipullo written to celebrate the wedding of artistic director Michael Brofman and Glen Rovens Three Songs by Thomas Hardy for baritone and bass-clarinet. Also on the program: Scott Wheelers swashbuckling Ben Gunn Songs on texts from Treasure Island (which BASS premiered in 2015), Michael Djuptroms lushly romantic Three Teasdale Songs and James Kellembachs epic A Primer of Bird on texts by Ted Hughes. Sopranos Laura Strickling and Elisabeth Marshall and baritone Steven Eddy perform works written specifically for their voice.


Tom Cipullo : New Work
James Kallembach : A Primer of Birds
Glen Roven : Three Poems by Thomas Hardy
Scott Wheeler : Ben Gunn
Michael Djuptom : Three Teasdale Songs

21 May



United States
 Sunday, May 21, 2017 at 4:00pm 
The Dessoff Choirs in Concert: A New Amorous World
Holy Trinity Church
3 West 65th Street, New York City, NY
United States

Tickets: $15-35
The Dessoff Choirs
Voices of Haiti
United Nations International School Senior Chorus

Hailed as “one of the great amateur choruses of our time (New York Today) for its “full-bodied sound and suppleness (The New York Times),” The Dessoff Choirs completes its 92nd season with an unforgettable concert dedicated to utopian visions. The Dessoff Choirs welcomes intergenerational and cross-cultural guest artists including the United Nations International School Senior Choir and its director Mr. Daniel Stroup, and Johanne Francois and Wenson Delice, co-directors of “Voices of Haiti,” a children’s choir based in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. The featured piece on the program The New Amorous World will be complemented by contemporary choral music sung in the original language from Haiti, China, and the Middle East.

Lembit Beecher : The New Amorous World

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23 May



United States
 Tuesday, May 23, 2017 at 12:00pm 
Renowned Organist Gail Archer Performs Free Concert in St Paul, MN 5/23
Church of St Louis
506 Cedar Street
United States
651-224-3379

Tickets: Free
Organist Gail Archer

Gail Archer is an international concert organist, recording artist, choral conductor and lecturer who draws attention to composer anniversaries or musical themes with her annual recital series including Max Reger: The Last Romantic, The Muse’s Voice, An American Idyll, Liszt, Bach, Mendelssohn and Messiaen. Ms. Archer was the first American woman to play the complete works of Olivier Messiaen for the centennial of the composer’s birth in 2008; Time Out New York recognized the Messiaen cycle as “Best of 2008” of classical music and opera.

Cesar Cui : Prelude in G Minor

24 May 
 

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