NYCC – In The Loop – December 18, 2006

Our RECORDED READINGS for the year are now set. The NYCC gratefully acknowledges Frank & Camille’s Fine Pianos Inc, the hosts for our Recorded Readings, on the Second Floor at 29 West 57th Street, in Manhattan. Visitors are welcome to attend the Recorded Readings. Note: Due to limited seating, visitors can only be seated on a first-come, first-served basis. The dates are February 15, 2007, March 29, 2007, and April 19, 2007. Start time for each evening is 6:30. Be watching for a Call for Scores after the new year.

Also note our first Salon of the new year will be January 21, 2007 at the Ellington Room, 2-5pm.
We join Executive Director JOHN DE CLEF PIÑEIRO in thanking JOSEPH & LINDA PEHRSON for hosting our annual holiday party! John wrote: “Our NYCC spirits were not only raised but were exemplified by the generous hospitality of our dear hosts Joe and Linda. And for that convivial afternoon (and it wasn’t the first) we want to thank and acknowledge them as colleagues and friends!” (For those of you who got this email directly from John, sorry I can’t include the turkey background art!)
PETER DIZOZZA‘s next performance is a simple piano set at SideWalk, 94 Ave A at East 6th Street, Tuesday, December 19th at 9…
NYCC follower HENRY GREENBERG has in storage an antique Mason Hamlin, an AA from 1929, serial #36836, that began life as a player so has a sounding board larger than a standard AA. It is now in Yonkers. He would like to donate it to an organization that can offer an IRS recognized charitable status. He writes: “It needs work and I suspect an organization would need to have a fund raiser or two to get the job done. It now resides at a warehouse/restoration shop that can do the job.” If interested, contact Henry Greenberg at 212-496-2665
From the editor: Thank you for keeping In The Loop with the New York Composers Circle. Wherever your travels this holiday season, be safe and joyous. Looking forward to a very happy new year with lots of new music! — RR
Keep your announcements, concerts, and good news coming to your friendly In The Loop editor, Richard Russell, at (And let me know if you prefer to be removed from the list.) Until next time, let’s keep each other In The Loop!

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