NYCC – In The Loop – Jan 23, 2007

Announcing the New York Composers Circle Blog! Visit (and bookmark!) We'll keep a record here of past In
the Loops, so if you forget a date you can always look back to this
spot. Also, if you are up to speed on RSS feeds, you can subscribe to
the blog so NYCC news can be "pushed" to your feed reader. This blog
is still in its infancy, but we hope to be able to accommodate
different kinds of new music posts here. Stay tuned!
PAUL MORAVEC, our honorary composer member, wants us to know about
the following concert. He writes: "This will be a fantastic recital
on Thursday night at Symphony Space/Thalia. It's the opening concert
in the Composers Project series. Note that rush seats @ $10 are
available beginning an hour before showtime, so one can just show up
at the box office. See you there I hope – best – Paul

John Corigliano – Mr. Tamborine Man: Seven Poems of Bob Dylan
A part of the The Composers Project series.

Composer John Corigliano first attracted international attention for
his Sonata for Violin and Piano (1963), which was awarded top prize
at the 1964 Festival of Two Worlds in Spoleto, Italy. Corigliano's
score for Ken Russell's Altered States (1980) got him an Academy
Award nomination and he then went on to win the Oscar for his score
to François Girard's The Red Violin (1998). He was also awarded the
Grawemeyer Award, the most lucrative prize in the world of
contemporary classical music, for his Symphony No. 1 (1990), written
in response to the AIDS crisis.

The composer's numerous vocal and choral works include the "memory
play in the form of an oratorio", Dylan Thomas Trilogy (1999), the
song cycle Tambourine Man: Seven Poems of Bob Dylan (2000) and his
most ambitious work to date, the opera The Ghosts of Versailles
(1991), presented in New York by the Metropolitan Opera.

Here's the link for more info:

NYCC percussionist STEVE SOLOOK is a member of new music ensemble
Tonal Center Trio, which also features Tiffany DuMouchelle, soprano,
and Adam Berkowitz, clarinet. They will will be presenting a concert
this Friday, Jan. 26, 2007 at 8pm. The concert is at Second
Presbyterian Church, 4 West 96th St. (at Central Park West). Pieces
are by Raphael Fusco, David Loeb, Jules Massenet, Roberto Sierra,
Ralph Vaughan Williams, Heitor Villa-Lobos. Suggested donation is
$10. Hint: This group aggressively seeks out new music, so for all of
you composers out there interested in writing for an interesting
ensemble, come and see what they're all about. More info about the
group is at

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

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