Eric Umble, Clarinetist - Events
SoundMind attends their first residency at the Avaloch Farm, July 1 - 8.
sTem returns to the Avaloch Farm to collaborate with composer Qin Ding. Qin will be writing a new song cycle setting Mandarin texts for sTem's 17-18 season. July 9 - 15.
Chamber Music Silicon Valley is a leading arts organization focused on the development, cultivation, and performance of classical chamber music in Silicon Valley and beyond. Founded in 2011 as the Silicon Valley Music Festival by Artistic Director, Ray Furuta, and founding Executive Director, Jodie Rottle, CMSV continues its dedication to enriching the cultural life of Silicon Valley by presenting annual series of concerts and educational events for audiences ranging from connoisseurs to chamber music newcomers of all ages.
From This Elevation (World Premiere) | Chris Whittaker
Violin Concerto in D minor, Op. 47 | Jean Sibelius
Featuring Coco Mi, the winner of the WHCO Young Artists Competition
in partnership with Florian Leonhard Fine Violins
Symphony No. 4 in A major, Op. 90 “Italian” | Felix Mendelssohn
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.
Time After Time
8:00 PM | Wednesday, May 3, 2017
Tickets: $20 / $10 students (at the door)
DiMenna Center for Classical Music - Cary Hall
633 W 155th St, New York, NY 10032
Matthew RICKETTS Burrowed Time (US premiere)
Nina YOUNG EarPlay (world premiere, ft. Jocelin Pan, viola)
Eric GUINIVAN Pocket Concerto
Fred LERDAHL Time After Time
sTem collaborates with doctoral composers at Cornell University. April, 2017.
Workshops and recording sessions - April 17 - 20
sTem in Recital - April 21st, 8PM, Barnes Hall
sTem Performs Cornell Composers - April 22nd, 8PM, Carriage House
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
In a program curated by Sebastián Zubieta, Experiential Orchestra — led by James Blachly — presents a program spotlighting previously unheralded composers living in eighteenth, nineteenth, twentieth, and twenty-first century Argentina, Brazil, Guadeloupe, Guatemala, and Mexico, including the Chevalier St. Georges, Alberto Nepomuceno, José Maurício Nunes Garcia, and José Eulalio Samayoa.
Doors at 9 PM
Advance $29 | At the Door $34
Music and concept by: Whitney George and Daniel Felsenfeld
Based loosely on the short story Gamiani, attributed to Alfred de Musset
Whitney George (Narrator/Conductor)
Joy Jones (The Baron)
Heather Michele Meyer (Countess Gamiani)
Sara Noble (The Maid)
And members of The Curiosity Cabinet
Opera on Tap and The Curiosity Cabinet present an evening of tantalizing voyeurism in a surrealist retelling of the shockingly erotic and blisteringly sacrilegious 1833 short story Gamiani, with original music and concept design by Daniel Felsenfeld and Whitney George. The Baron secretly watches the stunning Italian countess Gamiani as she seduces and bewitches another woman. When his voyeurism is revealed, the steamy duo becomes a trio of imaginative erotic storytelling, in three vignettes which appeal to the senses. Prepare to be lured into a world of pleasure…
Longy School of Music - Edward M. Pickman Concert Hall, 8:00 pm
Longy faculty and guests present the music of award-winning composer Aaron Helgeson, whose work combines the sparseness of minimalism, Baroque-like ornamentation, and the sound palette of free improvisation to produce surreal aural deceptions on acoustic instruments. Helgeson holds master’s and doctoral degrees in composition from UC San Diego, and bachelor’s degrees in composition and theater from the Oberlin Conservatory of Music in Ohio.
Eric Umble will be performing Aaron Helgeson's "A place toward other places" for solo clarinet.
This is the first public program for the 2016-17 EtM Choreographer + Composer Residencies in partnership with Jamaica Center for Arts & Learning. Described by artists as “extreme bubblegum dance tunes, transition mirror vibes.”
Hosted by Exploring the Metropolis
Margaret Lancaster, bass flute
Eric Umble, bass clarinet
Jason Treuting, vibraphone
Lindsey Dietz Marchant
Jamaica Center for Arts & Learning
161-4 Jamaica Ave
Jamaica, NY 11432
Date // December 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18
Time // Doors open at 7, Music at 8
Location // MAST Chocolate Factory
Brooklyn Navy Yard, Building #128
Entrance at Flushing and Cumberland
irections // F Train to York Street or AC Train to High Street
Cast and Crew
Macbeth // raig Irvin
Lady Macbeth // Elizabeth Baldwin
Macduff // Peter Scott Drackley
Banco // Kevin Thompson
Malcolm // Martin Schreiner
Dama // Ashley Curling
Doctor // Calder Craig
Assassin & Apparition // Kofi Hayford
Servant // Richard Agster
Fleance & Apparition // Erich Schuett
Isabel Lepanto Gleicher - Flute
Kemp Jernigan - Oboe
Eric Umble - Clarinet
Patrick Jankowski - Horn
David A Nagey - Bassoon
SoundMind presents its extended program on the connections of music and sense of place as part of the Millbrook Music Assembly's series.
Dvorak - American String Quartet
Ives - The Alcotts, from the Concord Piano Sonata
Carter - Woodwind Quintet
Bach - Selections from Art of Fugue
Gesualdo - Madrigal: Moro lasso
Steven Stucky Take Him, Earth
Whispers David Hurd In Honor of Martin
W.A. Mozart Requiem in D minor, K. 626
Sarah Brailey, soprano
Melissa Attebury, mezzo-soprano
Marc Andrew Day, tenor
Joe Damon Chappel, bass
The Dessoff Choirs and Orchestra
Malcolm J. Merriweather, conductor
Join me for an afternoon of music and a world premiere!
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
In celebration of sTem’s debut album Lieder/Canciones, sTem is hosting an album release party and recital in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. This recital features contemporary American masterworks by Matthew Barnson and Ned Rorem, framed by sTem’s transcriptions of songs by Daniel Catán and Richard Strauss.
Tickets: $10 at the door, or online.
Join us for the opening concert of 2016-17 season of the Washington Heights Chamber Orchestra! On Saturday, September 24th at 3:00 pm, WHCO kicks off their 2nd season of free concerts at Fort Washington Collegiate Church, featuring music by Moncayo, Ginastera, Haydn, and Mahler. Our program opens with "Huapango" by José Pablo Moncayo García, followed by Haydn's famous 101st Symphony in D major, "The Clock." Following intermission, we present Mahler's beloved slow movement from his 5th symphony, "Adagietto" and conclude the afternoon with Alberto Ginastera's Variaciones Concertantes, Op. 23. Chris Whittaker leads the world-class musicians of the WHCO in his warm and communicative style. Come experience great music with our neighborhood right on your doorstep! Following the concert, Friends of WHCO are invited to a special reception featuring food and drink provided by uptown businesses. Free and open to all ages!
Huapango José Pablo Moncayo García (1912-1958)
Symphony No. 101 in D major, “The Clock” Franz Joseph Haydn (1732-1809)
Symphony No. 5 in C-Sharp Minor, IV. Adagietto Gustav Mahler (1860-1911)
Variaciones Concertantes, Op. 23 Alberto Ginastera (1916-1983)
Avaloch Farm Music Institute provides a unique opportunity for chamber music and jazz ensembles at any stage of development, to have the time and space to work intensively on repertoire, prepare for recordings, concerts or competitions, work with composers on commissions, and forge or reconnect to a group musical identity.
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.
Fine Wine and Finer Music
Aug 7, 2016
Aug 9, 2016
Music from the Big Apple
Aug 11, 2016
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
Groupmuse teams up with the lovely folks at the 34th Street Partnership to bring you three summer outdoor Groupmuses!
There’s nothing like classical music to soothe the soul after a long workday, and 34SP is making it easy for New Yorkers to enjoy some of the best with the Outside-the-Chamber Music series. Produced in partnership with Groupmuse, this program brings some of the city’s most talented chamber musicians to Herald Square Park for one-hour performances timed for the after-work crowd.
The next free Outside-the-Chamber Music event is in Herald Square Park, 6:30-7:30, on Wednesday, July 13, and features a wind quintet. The ensemble includes Izzy Lepanto Gleicher (flute); Ellen Hindson (oboe); Eric Umble (clarinet); Bert Hill (horn); and Remy Taghavi (bassoon).
Selections to be performed include Trois pièces brèves by Ibert, Kleine Kammermusik, Op.24 No.2 by Hindemith, and Wind Quintet, Op. 43 by Nielsen.
We invite everyone to stop by, take a seat, relax and listen to some great music. The final Outside-the-Chamber Music session is on August 10 and features Affinity Brass, which will perform orchestral and traditional brass selections, followed by some pop and jazz numbers.
Gordon Hall, Music Mountain, Falls Village, CT
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!
ROSSINI: Le Comte Ory
Date // June 2, 4, 7, 9, 11
Time // Music at 8, Doors open at 7
Location // The Muse, 350 Moffat St, Brooklyn, NY 11237
irections // L train to Halsey St. 8 min walk down Covert St. Left on Irving Ave. Right on Moffat St.
Street Parking Available. Bench seating. Beer and wine.
Dinner and drinks recommendation:
Nowadays, 56-06 Cooper Ave, Queens, NY 11385