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Tippet Rise Art Center Concert Season Begins August 18

Tippet Rise Art Center welcomes musicians and concertgoers for its eighth concert season, beginning August 18 and running through September 17.

University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music Names Nick Photinos As New Eminent Scholar In Chamber Music

University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music (CCM) Interim Dean Jonathan Kregor has announced the addition of Nick Photinos to the college's roster of distinguished performing and media arts faculty members.

Inaugural Season of Juilliard's The New Series Continues This Spring

The New Series continues this spring with two performances spotlighting composer Reena Esmail and Juilliard faculty member Amy Beth Kirsten.

Tippet Rise Art Center Announces Details Of 2023 Season

Tippet Rise Art Center, located on a 12,500-acre working ranch nestled at the foot of Montana's Beartooth Mountains, today announced full program details for its eighth concert season, taking place over five weeks from August 18 to September 17, 2023.

Bravo! Vail Music Festival Announces 36th Season

London's acclaimed Academy of St Martin in the Fields makes its highly anticipated return to Bravo! Vail with Music Director Joshua Bell. World-renowned resident orchestras-the New York Philharmonic, The Philadelphia Orchestra, and the Dallas Symphony Orchestra-join for 17 programs led by Music Directors Jaap van Zweden, Yannick Nézet-Séguin, and Fabio Luisi, in addition to guest conductors Marin Alsop, Giancarlo Guerrero, Hannu Lintu, Stéphane Denève, Jeff Tyzik, and Justin Freer.

Music Academy Celebrates LOWENTHAL'S LEGEND, March 9

The internationally acclaimed American pianists Ursula Oppens and Jerome Lowenthal will perform in an Music Academy concert on Thursday evening, March 9, 2023, at 7 PM, PST, at Music Academy of the West's Hahn Hall (1070 Fairway Road Santa Barbara, CA 93108). This concert, entitled 'Lowenthal's Legend,' honors and celebrates the extraordinary pianist and preeminent pedagogue Jerome Lowenthal, who has served as a Music Academy teaching artist for half a century.

Con Vivo Music to Present World Premiere Of CHILLTOWN BOOGIE By Alon Nechushtan in October

Con Vivo Music will present the world premiere of Chilltown Boogie by Alon Nechushtan on Sunday, October 2, 2022 at 12:30pm, beginning at J Owen Grundy Pier. This original new opera is inspired by the events surrounding the formation of Hudson County and Jersey City.

Juilliard Announces 2022-23 Season Programming Featuring More Than 700 Events

Juilliard has announced full programming for its 2022-23 season, including live music, dance, and drama performances at venues throughout the city with numerous livestreams and on-demand opportunities for global audiences to witness the future of the performing arts today.

Seymour Centre's SEYMOUR NIGHTS Returns in July

Seymour Centre's much-loved contemporary music program, Seymour Nights, returns for a second season this July with live performances from some of the most vibrant voices and ensembles in Australian music.

Curtis Institute of Music Appoints Four Internationally-Acclaimed Composers to Faculty

“We are thrilled to welcome these four distinguished composers to our faculty,” says President and CEO Roberto Díaz.“They have such diverse experiences and career paths that will help and inspire each of our students to find their own voice.”

Kinesis Project Dance Theatre to Present Pop-Up Performances On Little Island

Kinesis Project dance theatre announces pop-up performances of Search(Light) on Little Island on Saturday, September 25, 2021, between 6pm-8pm, presented in Kinesis Project's signature, space shifting, intimate, large-scale style.

Blueprint Fellowship Concert Streams Free At Live@National Sawdust On March 25

The Blueprint Fellowship is an annual National Sawdust mentorship and commissioning initiative that connects Juilliard student-composers with career and project mentorship, culminating in a concert of their commissioned projects.

Kinesis Project Dance Theatre Announces Bi-Coastal Live Performances Of SEARCH(LIGHT)

Kinesis Project dance theatre announced an evening of an experiment in bi-coastal live performances, Search(light), on January 30, 2021 at 7pm EST (4pm PST) and 8:30pm EST (5:30pm PST).

Livestreamed Performances from Caramoor Kick Off with Inon Barnatan

Caramoor, with its more than 80 acres of woodlands, gardens and outdoor performance space, is in a unique position to pivot from its traditional summer season and find new ways of inspiring audiences safely. Participating responsibly in New York's re-opening process, Caramoor's flexible Summer 20/2.0 program will feature livestreamed on-site performances, as well as live performances for low-density audiences, and tours of its gardens and sound art. 

Sandbox Percussion Releases Andy Akiho's 'Haiku 2'

On Thursday, February 13, 2020, the New York-based ensemble Sandbox Percussion releases Andy Akiho's Haiku 2 as a music video and single from its debut album, And That One Too (Coviello Classics).

Mannes School Of Music Announces The Appointment Of Ian Rosenbaum To Faculty

The New School announced today that acclaimed percussionist, Ian Rosenbaum, has joined the faculty of Mannes School of Music.

Virginia B. Toulmin Foundation Announces 2019 Composing Grants

The Virginia B. Toulmin Foundation announced its 2019 grants in The Virginia B. Toulmin Foundation's Orchestra Commissioning Program for Emerging Female Composers.

Resident Composers Announced for 2019 Mizzou International Composers Festival

The Mizzou New Music Initiative (MNMI) has selected eight resident composers to participate in the 2019 Mizzou International Composers Festival (MICF).  

Peak Performances to Host the World Premiere of SPINNING

Peak Performances presents the world premiere of Spinning, a collaborative musical work written and composed by Pulitzer Prize winner and MacArthur Fellow Julia Wolfe (Anthracite Fields, 2015), and conceived with "cello goddess" (The New Yorker) Maya Beiser, with multimedia projections by innovative artist Laurie Olinder (May 10-13). Commissioned by Peak Performances and culminating their season of works by women, Spinning considers the essential labor of spinning thread-work once performed by hand by women-paying homage to the human dignity of this "women's work."

New World Symphony Celebrates 30 Years In Annual New Work Event

Now celebrating its 30th anniversary, the New World Symphony, America's Orchestral Academy (NWS), presents its seventh annual New Work performance on Saturday, February 3, 2018 at 7:30 p.m. at the New World Center. New Work is dedicated to commissioning and premiering new pieces from high-profile and developing artists across a range of genres, exploring intersections between music, theater, dance, poetry, video, lighting, and other art forms. This year's program opens with a world premiere, multidisciplinary performance of selections from Glimpse of the Big Picture, conceived, scored, and authored by NWS Artistic Director/Co-Founder Michael Tilson Thomas (MTT). Divided into three parts, the performance brings music together with the spoken word, featuring MTT as speaker. The 2018 New Work program also includes two NWS commissions: composer Ted Hearne and filmmaker Jonathan David Kane's 2017 crowdsourced, multimedia symphony, Miami in Movements, in a revised version; and the world premiere of The Inherent Sadness of Low-Lying Areas, a short play by playwright Christopher Wall featuring music by a variety of composers, from Bach to Saariaho.

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