Sound Off: Music For Bail Announces Talent Unlimited High School Residency

The residency will conclude with a gala performance at the Julia Richman Education Complex.

Boston Symphony Names Chad Smith as New President and CEO

From April 3rd to 5th, musical-abolitionist collective Sound Off: Music For Bail will be in residence at Upper East Side public performing arts staple Talent Unlimited High School, combining traditional chamber and orchestral coaching, discussion around equity in the classical music industry, and a world-first side-by-side recording of Thomas "Blind Tom" Wiggins' Water in the Moonlight, arranged by Daniel Bukin, to be released on major streaming platforms.

The quartet of Sound Off musicians includes violinists Jay Julio and Yoon Jung Hwang, violist Kayla Williams, and cellist Malachi Brown. The residency will conclude with a gala performance at the Julia Richman Education Complex, featuring student speakers, Sound Off's musicians and Talent Unlimited's own orchestra in chamber and orchestral performances of works by composers of color. Following the show, Talent Unlimited High School will host a reception on-site for audience members and musicians to meet.

Sound Off: Music for Bail is a collective of musicians, activists, and thinkers dedicated to combining music performance with educational work that envisions alternatives to the current state of policing and imprisonment in the U.S.

Location: Julia Richman Educational Complex (317 E 67th St, New York, NY 10065)

Date: April 5th, 2023 6:30pm

Cost: $10 early bird, $15 at the door / $20 for pre-show reception


Tickets: Click Here

RELATED STORIES - Classical Music

Janus Music & Sound Presents Highly Anticipated Album "Lo intransferible" "(The Untransferable)

The German label Janus Music & Sound proudly presents the highly anticipated album 'Lo intransferible' '(The Untransferable), showcasing eleven piano pieces composed and performed by the legendary pianist Juan María Solare. With a wealth of experience and hundreds of concerts countless concerts under his belt, Solare's musical prowess shines through in this unique collection.

Kate Kammeyer of the Berkeley Symphony Selected for League of American Orchestras' Anne Parsons Leadership Program

Kate Kammeyer, Executive Director of the Berkeley Symphony is one of only six women and non-binary orchestra professionals from across the country to join the first cohort of the League of American Orchestras' Anne Parsons Leadership Program, the League has announced.

Clarinetist Thomas Piercy Performs Concert Featuring Composers From The New York Women Composers

Renowned clarinetist Thomas Piercy will be showcasing the remarkable compositions of women artists in a special program of music by members of the New York Women Composers (NYWC) organization.

Bach In Baltimore Closes Out Its 35th Anniversary Season With Two Triumphant Works By Handel And Mozart

Bach in Baltimore will close out its 35th Anniversary Season with two triumphant works by Handel and Mozart June 4 at 4 pm at First Evangelical Lutheran Church, 3604 Chatham Road, Ellicott City.