2016-17 Season

Look + Listen Festival
8:00 PM | Friday, May 19, 2017

BRIC House Stoop

4647 Fulton St, Brooklyn, NY 11217

The second concert of this season's Look + Listen Festival will be hosted by Lara Pellegrinelli on the Stoop at BRIC House alongside This Land Is... The 29th Annual Contemporary Art Education Exhibition, which celebrates the creative spirit of over 800 student artists participating in BRIC’s school-based residency program.

                   

Enjoy performances from:

        Yarn/Wire

        Sō Percussion

        Jen Shyu

        Ensemble Échappé (performing Young's Spero Lucem)

Featured works include L+L’s commissioned piece from composer Žibuoklė Martinaitytė and L+L Composer’s Competition Winner, Nina C. Young.

Tickets: free with RSVP

more info here.

American  Academy of Arts and Letters
3:00 PM | Sunday, March 19, 2017

This event is free, but reservations are required.

More information coming soon.

Library and Galleries at the Academy of Arts and Letters

633 W 155th St, New York, NY 10032

Program:

Ricardo ZOHN-MULDOON Sones de tierra fría

Robert KYR Piano Concerto 

Robert CARL Clarinet Quintet

Sean SHEPHERD Octet

Time After Time
8:00 PM | Wednesday, May 3, 2017

DiMenna Center for Classical Music - Cary Hall

450 W 37th St, New York, NY 10018

Program:

Matthew RICKETTS Burrowed Time (US premiere)

Eric GUINIVAN Pocket Concerto

Fred LERDAHL Time After Time

Tickets: $25 / $15 students (at the door)

               $20 / $10 students (advanced sale 5/2/17)

                   

Nero and the Fall of the Lehman Brothers

8:00 PM

Friday, December 02, 2016

Saturday, December 03, 2016

Tickets: $40 / $20 students

http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2705017

The Italian Academy of Columbia University 

1161 Amsterdam Avenue, New York, NY 10022, United States

The highly-anticipated world premiere of the latest opera by Jonathan Dawe, whose music James Levine has described as "amazing," the New York Times as "sparkling," and the Boston Globe as "powerful - a brake-squealing collision of influences."

The financial collapse of 2008, amid the scheming trading floors of Wall Street and the forces of gods and love in imperial ancient Rome, is set in a dynamic and beautiful musical landscape by the artist who has recently been cited as "One of our most important, yet little known, composers" (Seen and Heard International).

NERO Paul LaRosa
POPPEA Zulimar Lopez-Hernandez
SENECA Timothy McDevitt
AGRIPPINA Ariana Chris
MERCURY Derek Lee Ragin
TRADERS Glenn Seven Allen
David Davani
Andrew Dwan

Directed by Alastair Boag
Choreography by Laura Careless
Performed by ENSEMBLE ECHAPPE
Conducted by Benjamin Grow
Commissioned by the Italian Academy

Cryptophasia

7:30 PM

Monday, November 14th, 2016

 

Join us at St. Peter's Church for a captivating program presented by Lex54 Concerts.  We are excited to collaborate with The Brothers Balliett in the world premiere of their double concerto Cryptophasia.  In this work, identical twins Brad and Doug Balliett explore the nature of cryptophasia, a "twin language" resulting from a recursive loops when twins learn to speak to each other.  Isabel Lepanto Gleicher and Doug Balliett will give the US premiere of Beat Furrer's ira arca.

 

Tickets: $20 / $10 students (at the door

Lex54 Concerts at Saint Peter's Church | 619 Lexington Ave, New York, NY 10022, United States

 

Program:

SAARIAHO Oi Kuu for bass clarinet and cello

YOUNG Fleeting Musings and Restless Pause – a bassoon pocket concerto ft. Brad Balliett, solo bassoon

FURRER ira arca for bass flute and double bass *US premiere

BALLIETT Cryptophasia *world premiere ft. Brad Balliett, solo bassoon; Doug Balliett, solo double bass

ECKARDT Flux for alto flute and cello

OMICCIOLI push/pull for septet

 

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