World premiere of NEW GHETTO SONGS (45′) for voice, bass clarinet, trumpet, keyboards, guitar, drumkit.
Commissioned by Non Luoghi Musicali 2014
Tastiere Daniele Del Monaco
Chitarra Marco Cappelli
Clarinetto Gabriele Coen
Tromba Tom Arthurs
Violoncello Mark Malkovitch
Batteria Zeno De Rossi
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Tel Aviv, October 27, 2014, Meitar Ensemble gives the Israeli premiere of Estro-poetico armonico 2.
Meitar Ensemble gives the European premiere of Estro-poetico armonico II at the Venice Biennale’s 58th International Festival of Contemporary Music.
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One of only two Americans to make it to the final round of the Città di Udine Competition 2014.
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2014 July 20 Performance of from the book of maintenance and sustenance (new version for cello and piano) by the Monadnock Players. 2014 Monadnock Music 2014 Festival. For tickets and more information, click here.
Sunday, July 20 – 3:00 pm
Greenfield Meeting House (Forest Rd, Greenfield, NH)
Luca Piovesan premieres Study #2 at the Teatro Fondamenta Nuove, Venice, Italy, on July 18, 2014. For more information and tickets, go here.
The Society of the Free and Easy, for violin, viola, and two cellos commissioned by the Walla Walla Chamber Music Festival, premieres June 10th, 2014.
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Purity Guaranteed performed at the 2014 Nief-Norf Summer Festival. For more info click
Collide-O-Scope Music, led by Directors Augustus Arnone and Lou Bunk, presents “Re-Imagined Forms,” a concert of new works by Yotam Haber, Spencer Topel, and Lou Bunk, as well as music by Jason Eckardt and Michael Finnissy. This program draws a spotlight on allusion and re-composition, featuring works which either allude to non-musical forms, translating them into a musical context, or allude to other musical works and re-compose materials from them in a new context.
The program features the premiere of a new quintet by Yotam Haber, commissioned through the Fromm Foundation, which continues Haber’s transcriptions/re-composition of the Estro Poetico-Armonico of Benedetto Marcello (1686-1739) – his own quasi-transcriptions of what he heard in Venetian synagogues. A new work by Lou Bunk, recomposes music by Machaut. Drawing from visual form, Spencer Topel’s “Details on the Strasbourg Rosace” is a musical translation of the composition of the famous stained glass artifice, and Jason Eckardt’s fiercely virtuosic “After Serra” is inspired by the effects of scale and balance in the scupture of Richard Serra. Finally, Michael Finnissy’s “17 Immortal Homosexual Poets,” is drawn from his highly allusive magnum opus “The History Of Photography In Sound,” and features individual tableaux inspired by the form and rhetoric of famous poets.
Pianist Ciro Longobardi performs “Slip”, Etude 3, and “Character Assassination” from The Voice Imitator in Parma’s Casa della Musica.
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