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Tenth Intervention: Anxiety. Ecstasy. Fear. Chaos. Sensuality.
May
5
7:00 PM19:00

Tenth Intervention: Anxiety. Ecstasy. Fear. Chaos. Sensuality.

Tenth Intervention presents a concert that creates fear, anxiety, ecstasy, chaos, and sensuality with works by innovative composers Kate Soper, Tonia Ko, Dorian Wallace, David Bird and Daniel Felsenfeld. Using the wearable technology headband made by Muse along with EEG sensors, the physical response (breathing, blinking, jaw clenching, etc.) of an audience member will be recorded and projected with data mapping designed by Jascha Narveson.

http://www.tenthintervention.com

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Contemporary Undercurrent of Song Project Presents: sTem
Apr
8
7:30 PM19:30

Contemporary Undercurrent of Song Project Presents: sTem

The Contemporary Undercurrent of Song Project creates a platform for modern classical compositions for the voice by supporting both emerging and established performers, composers, and visionaries in the world of contemporary music.   Audiences will become familiar with the music of our time – the music being composed and performed all around them, previously unheard and unseen.  Young performers are given the chance to create something new through unique programming.  Composers can work closely with artists to bring their work to life.

Tickets: $20 adults, $10 students | Available at the door by cash or check

stemmusic.org
contemporaryundercurrent.com

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Eric Umble: Clarinet Recital
Nov
6
12:00 PM12:00

Eric Umble: Clarinet Recital

Join me for an afternoon of music and a world premiere!

Program:

Messiaen - "O Sacrum Convivium"
Feat. Izzy Lepanto Gleicher, Alto Flute
Ellen Marie Hindson, English Horn
Allison Nicotera, Bassoon

Camila Agosto - "For Clarinet and Electronics" (World Premiere)

Steven Long - "For Eric" (World Premiere)

Ke-Chia Chen - "Song of the Wanderer"
Feat. Grace Han, Piano

Derek Bermel - Silvioudades
Feat. Izzy Lepanto Gleicher, Flute

Marc Mellits - "Black" for two bass clarinets
Feat. Adrian Sandi

Tickets: $10

 

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Annapolis Chamber Music Festival
Aug
7
to Aug 14

Annapolis Chamber Music Festival

The Annapolis Chamber Music Festival was created in 2016 with the purpose of bringing an eclectic and exciting series of concerts to the vibrant capital of Maryland.  As a city with a thriving and diverse arts scene, Annapolis serves as the perfect backdrop to our goal of creating a week rich with performances of works from all eras of classical music. Our musicians bring with them a collaborative spirit and dedication to presenting their own unique musical personalities in a way that can engage listeners from the seasoned to the new.

Performances:

Fine Wine and Finer Music
Aug 7, 2016

Folk Spirit
Aug 9, 2016

Music from the Big Apple
Aug 11, 2016

Beethoven and the Viennese Spirit
Aug 13, 2016

chambermusicannapolis.org

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New Music from Morningside Heights
Jul
21
8:00 PM20:00

New Music from Morningside Heights

Players from the Manhattan School of Music’s Contemporary Performance Master’s program are teaming up with Columbia University composers to put together an evening of eclectic new music for mixed ensemble. This inaugural concert will showcase the talents of up-and-coming performers and composers from two of New York City’s most respected musical institutions, located a few blocks from one another in Morningside Heights.

Zara Ali – Monogenesis (2016)
William Dougherty – a stillness of zero sensation (2015)
Yair Klartag – A Villa in the Jungle (2014)
Matthew Ricketts – Enclosed Position (2014)
Nina C. Young – Rising Tide (2015)

Leia Slosberg and Izzy Gleicher, flute; Eric Umble, clarinet; Molly Germer, violin; Isabela Quines and Jocelin Pan, viola; Thea Mesirow, cello; Tamika Gorski, percussion; Adrian Blanco and Brian Daurelle, piano

Ben Grow, Conductor

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Cantata Profana: BEETHOVEN and SCHUBERT at  MUSIC MOUNTAIN
Jul
3
3:00 PM15:00

Cantata Profana: BEETHOVEN and SCHUBERT at MUSIC MOUNTAIN

Gordon Hall, Music Mountain, Falls Village, CT

7/3/2016

CP performs two of the biggest works of romantic chamber music – Beethoven’s gloriously fun, irresistible Septet for winds and strings, and Schubert’s sublime large-scale masterwork, his Octet for winds and strings. We are excited to be featured on the highly prestigious chamber series at Music Mountain, the oldest chamber festival in the US, celebrating it’s 87th season!

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Tenth Intervention: Eight Songs for a Mad King
May
14
8:00 PM20:00

Tenth Intervention: Eight Songs for a Mad King

Eight Songs for a Mad King and other works of absurdity

Performance
Renee Weiler Concert Hall - May 14, 2016, 8:00pm
Greenwich House Music School
46 Barrow St
New York, NY 10027
United States

"I didn't know whether to laugh or cry and I wanted to do both" (Luciano Berio 1998)

Vocalist Paul Pinto joins The Tenth Intervention Ensemble in an evening of absurdity, featuring Peter Maxwell Davies’ monodrama Eight Songs for a Mad King. Also on the program is Sequenza V by Luciano Berio, performed by trombonist Mark Broschinsky, and a world premiere of Velocirapture by Matt Marks.

Ensemble:
Hajnal Pivnick, violin  
Nicholas Finch, cello                            
Martha Cargo, flute
Eric Umble, clarinet                                          
Ben Laude, piano
Elliot Wallace, percussion                                                
Ben Grow, conductor    
Dorian Wallace, piano                                        
Carl Limbacher, bass
Max Maples, drumset

Toni Ann DeNoble, production design

http://www.tenthintervention.com

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Cantata Profana: Tancredi
Jan
22
8:00 PM20:00

Cantata Profana: Tancredi

MAINSTAGE 3
Broken dreams, parting love, plangent chords from Italy's two greatest eras - Madrigalism and Serialism. The birth of the Italian cool. New music from the 17th and 20th centuries. A great cast including singers Emma McNairy, Virginia Warnken, Scott Mello, and Jon Woody take center stage in a performance that culminates in Monteverdi's groundbreaking Il combattimento di Tancredi e Clorinda, directed here by Ethan Heard with original projections by Nicholas Hussong. Also featuring lyrical works of Webern and Dallapiccola and alternating with selections from Monteverdi, Caccini, Rossi, and Rochberg.

cantataprofana.com

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Cantata Profana: Tancredi
Jan
21
7:30 PM19:30

Cantata Profana: Tancredi

MAINSTAGE 3
Broken dreams, parting love, plangent chords from Italy's two greatest eras - Madrigalism and Serialism. The birth of the Italian cool. New music from the 17th and 20th centuries. A great cast including singers Emma McNairy, Virginia Warnken, Scott Mello, and Jon Woody take center stage in a performance that culminates in Monteverdi's groundbreaking Il combattimento di Tancredi e Clorinda, directed here by Ethan Heard with original projections by Nicholas Hussong. Also featuring lyrical works of Webern and Dallapiccola and alternating with selections from Monteverdi, Caccini, Rossi, and Rochberg.

cantataprofana.com

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Oct
11
4:00 PM16:00

Lancaster New Sounds Presents: sTem

Lancaster New Sounds introduces you to something new and exciting

Are you an adventurous listener looking for something new and interesting? Do you enjoy the magic of live performance by world class musicians? We do too! Lancaster New Sounds is dedicated to giving musicians the opportunity to share the music they love in a casual listening environment.

Lancaster New Sounds is a registered 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization.

Tickets at the door, by donation

Program:

Brandon Scott Rumsey - Epitaph to a Darling Lady (2012)
Paul Moravec - Oh, Poor Words That Sing of Love (2010)
Franz Schubert - Der Hirt auf dem Felsen (Shepherd on the Rock), D. 965
Louis Spohr - 6 Deutsche Lieder, op. 103
Rex Isenberg - Das Stunden-Buch (2013)*
Giovanni Piacentini - Preludio de un Diamante (2014)*

*sTem commission

***This concert will also include a short set by cellist Nathan Bontrager***

www.stemmusic.org

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St. Charles Borromeo Concert Series Presents: sTem
Sep
12
7:00 PM19:00

St. Charles Borromeo Concert Series Presents: sTem

sTem returns to the stunning and resonant St. Charles Borromeo Church for an eclectic evening of chamber music. Tickets are $20, sold at the door.

Program:

Brandon Scott Rumsey - Epitaph for a Darling Lady (2012)
Paul Moravec - Oh, Poor Words That Sing of Love (2010)
Giovanni Piacentini - Preludio de un Diamante (2014)*

Louis Sphor - Six German Songs, Op. 103
Franz Schubert - Der Hirt auf dem Felsen, D. 965 (Shepherd on the Rock)

www.stemmusic.org

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Jun
1
to Jun 14

AME & JACK at New Music on the Point

Performing with the American Modern Ensemble along with the JACK Quartet. 

The New Music On The Point Festival encourages imaginative collaboration among composers, instrumentalists, and singers (ages 18 and up) creating contemporary music in a glorious setting on the shores of Lake Dunmore in Vermont.  Our two-week program fosters collaborative music-making in a relaxing environment where aspiring musicians may explore and grow.

During New Music On The Point’s 2015 season, participants will work with distinguished composers-in-residence Amy Williams (University of Pittsburgh), Juraj Kojs (University of Miami), James Mobberley (University of Missouri – Kansas City), and Robert Morris (Eastman); our acclaimed ensembles-in-residence, the American Modern Ensemble (NYC) and JACK Quartet (NYC); and the exciting mezzo-soprano Jennifer Beattie(Philadelphia) with J.J. Penna (Westminster Choir College/Juilliard), our excellent collaborative pianist and vocal coach.  Kerrith Livengood (Urbana) will act as Assistant Director, and Composer.

Our roster of Visiting Master Artists for 2015 includes the composersMarcos Balter (Montclair State University) and Christopher Cerrone (NYC), as well as our guest in the vocal arts: Phyllis Bryn-Julson (Peabody Conservatory).  Each of our guests will give a seminar on his/her professional work and offer NMOP participants critique in master classes and seminars.

During our program, all participants engage in an interactive schedule of instruction, open rehearsals, seminars,  and concerts. Every day there is time for composing, practicing, and rehearsing.  Each of the participating composers will have his/her new work premiered on the final concerts of the New Music On The Point Festival.

New Music On The Point is situated right on Lake Dunmore, VT, beneath the Green Mountains, and under a nighttime sky filled with stars. There are teaching/rehearsal studios and practice cabins that dot the woods, most with lake views, and rustic sleeping bunk cabins. Chef Steve and his staff serve gourmet meals daily and will again be teaching optional cooking classes!

http://newmusiconthepoint.com/

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Vox Hebraica presents: Schoenberg's Erwartung at the Actor's Temple
May
1
9:00 PM21:00

Vox Hebraica presents: Schoenberg's Erwartung at the Actor's Temple

Schoenberg's Erwartung, op. 17
New transcription and English Translation by Dr. Peter Andreacchi

World premiere tour of the new edition for Clarinet, Soprano and Piano

sTem
Eric Umble, Clarinet
Meagan Brus, Soprano
Sophia Vastek, Piano

Tickets $15 general admission; $10 students/seniors; AT congregants by donation

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Tactus Ensemble: Drones and Tumult
Feb
16
7:30 PM19:30

Tactus Ensemble: Drones and Tumult

  • Manhattan School of Music, Ades Performance Space (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Directed by Sam Pluta

Program
Bryan Jacobs - Dis Un Il Im Ir
Natacha Diels - Ether
Chiyoko Szlavnics - Tryptic for AS
Simon Steen-Andersen - Study for String Instrument #2
Tristan Murail - Treize couleurs du soleil couchant (13 Colors of the Setting Sun)

 

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Music for Cello, Clarinet and Piano
Dec
14
7:30 PM19:30

Music for Cello, Clarinet and Piano

  • Community Mennonite Church of Lancaster (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Music for Clarinet, Cello and Piano

Sunday, December 14th - 7:30 PM
Community Mennonite Church of Lancaster
328 West Orange Street
Lancaster, PA 17603
$15

Featuring
Maria Thompson Corley, Piano
Sara Male, Cello
Eric Umble, Clarinet

Program
Bruch - 8 Pieces for Clarinet, Cello and Piano
Reich - New York Counterpoint for Clarinet and Tape
Muczynski - Fantasy piece for Clarinet, Cello and Piano
 

Reception to follow the program in the Parrot Gallery!

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sTem @ Spectrum
Nov
9
3:00 PM15:00

sTem @ Spectrum

A North American Musical Dialogue
Exploring Mexican and American Contemporary Music

Sunday, November 9th 2014
Spectrum
121 Ludlow Street
New York City
3.00 PM

$15 General Admission
$10 Students and Seniors

Program
Music by Rex Isenberg, Daniel Catan, Juan Pablo Contreras, Dominick Argento, Gio Piacentini and William Bolcom

sTem
Sophia Subbayya Vastek, Piano
Meagan Brus, Soprano
Eric Umble, Clarinet

sTem  champions the aural and theatrical possibilities of vocal chamber music through dramatic performances, innovative commissions, and community outreach.  Photo Credit: Lauren Desberg     

sTem champions the aural and theatrical possibilities of vocal chamber music through dramatic performances, innovative commissions, and community outreach.
Photo Credit: Lauren Desberg

 

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