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2017-18 Season


8:00 PM | Friday, April 20, 2018

Lex54 Concerts at Saint Peter's Church

619 Lexington Ave, New York, NY 10022, United States


Join us at St. Peter's Church for a captivating program of concertos and world premieres presented by Lex54 Concerts. Guest soloist Miranda Cuckson will give the NY premiere of Michael Hersch's Violin Concerto, Vasko Dukovkski will premiere Jonathan Dawe's new clarinet concert, and the ensemble will join together to give the premiere of EÉ commissioned sinfonietta Snowlight by Phil Taylor and the NY premiere of Nina C. Young's Vestigia Flammae


Tickets (Suggested Donation): 

               $25 / $15 students (at the door)

               $20 / $10 students (advanced sale through 04/20/18 at 1pm EDT)

(for tickets, follow this link)


DAWE - Astounding Angels - (soloist Vasko Dukovski), world premiere

YOUNG - Vestigia Flammae - NY premiere

TAYLOR - Snowlight - world premiere

HERSCH - Violin Concerto - (soloist Miranda Cuckson), NYpremiere

EÉ Season Opener: Widerklang
7:30 PM | Saturday, November 4, 2017

22 Boerum Place, Brooklyn, NY

Join us to welcome in our third season and a whole set of new composers!  Come meet our new Composer-in-Residence Selim Göncü and hear the US premiere of Widerklang.  This piece is paired with Ted Hearne's Crispy Gentleman.  We are also pleased to perform a selection of works from our call for scores including the music of Christopher Dietz, Zeynep Toraman, and Aaron Holloway-Nahum.

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

               $20 / $10 students (advanced sale 11/03/17)

(ticket link forthcoming)


HOLLOWAY-NAHUM Nyktomorph for bassoon and string quartet,  ft. Brad Balliett, solo bassoon *US premiere

DIETZ La fleur du ciel for string trio

HEARNE Crispy Gentelmen for flute, clarinet, percussion, piano, violin, viola, and cello

TORAMAN disillusions for violin, cello, percussion and electronics *US premiere

GÖNCÜ Widerklang for clarinet, percussion, piano, violin, cello *US premiere

American Academy of Arts and Letters:
An Afternoon of Music and Art
3:00 PM | Sunday, March 18, 2018

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

Exact Program TBD:

Featuring the music of AAAL 2017 Award Winners Lisa Bielawa, Yu-Hui Chang, Jan Krzywicki, and Andrew Norman.

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