October 23 Sunday Salon details announced

Eugene McBride’s apartment
The Manhattan Plaza
484 West 43rd St., Apt. 14M
2pm – 5pm


1. Discussion of Organizational Matters and Reports

Richard Brooks, NYCC Executive Director, will bring us up to date on administrative matters.

2. Special Presentation
Our special guest this month is the Russian composer and pianist Alexander Radvilovich (born in 1955 in Saint Petersburg). He will speak about and perform some of his works. Radvilovich teaches at the Saint Petersburg State Conservatory, and tours as a composer, solo pianist, and leader of his contemporary music ensemble “Sound Ways.” He was the first Russian composer to give talks at the International Summer Courses in Darmstadt (1992). More information is available at http://www.remusik.org/en/radvilovich.

3. Audition of Works by Members and Guests

The October Salon has a large program. We will make every effort to present each work that was submitted, however we may not have time to do so. In that event, works not presented will be presented at our next Salon.

Christopher Sahar – “Mood Music” for flute, oboe, and bassoon in a MIDI realization.

Denman Maroney – “Kilter” performed by Denman Maroney, piano; Ratzo B. Harris, bass; and Bob Meyer, drums, in a CD recording.

Chris Edison Feliciano – “Frustraciones e Ilusiones No. 1” Piano solo with the composer performing live.

Peri Mauer – “Pixeliance” for flute, harp, and marimba in a MIDI realization.

Dana Richardson – “Phoenix” for rock ensemble. Ben Drazen, alto sax; Matt Quayle, piano; Shawn Lovato, bass; Ceasre Papetti, percussion, in a CD recording.

Nina Siniakova – “The Lakes’ Land” for three folk singers and orchestra in a MIDI realization.

Nailah Nombeko – “Mount Morris Park Suite” – 3rd movement for piano and percussion in a MIDI realization.

Any remaining time will be devoted to auditioning works brought to the Salon by members and guests.

4. Conclusion and Refreshments

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