Friday, January 18, 2008 5:38 PM

Don’t forget our January Sunday Salon is this weekend, Sunday Jan 20 at 2pm. We’ll meet in the Ellington Room at Manhattan Plaza, 400 West 43 Street, on the second floor. It’s a new year, and if you are new to the New York Composers Circle, why not come and see what we’re all about!


Our second concert of the season is being held at the Leonard Nimoy Thalia at Symhony Space on Broadway at 95th Street, on Saturday, February 23. Note: the concert start time is 7:30pm. This concert will feature music by our own RICHARD BROOKS, DON HAGAR, FEDOR KABALIN, CARL KANTER, PATRICIA LEONARD, and CHRISTOPHER MONTGOMERY. Tickets are $15 and may be purchased at the door. Don’t forget: At Sunday’s Salon JACOB GOODMAN will be handing out fliers (to those who requested them) to advertise the concert.


CESAR VUKSIC will be playing piano in the following concert over the next two weekends:

The Brooklyn-Queens Conservatory of Music presents
The Brooklyn Conservatory Chorale
Nelly Vuksic, Music Director

“Poets, Mystics and the Muse”
Featuring a variety of works for chorus, orchestra, and soloists by
Mozart, Bach, Telemann, Fauré, Bernstein, and others
With members of the Brooklyn Conservatory Community Orchestra

Two Performances:

Sunday January 20, 2008, 3:30 pm
at the Old First Reformed Church, 126 Seventh Avenue, Brooklyn, NY

Saturday January 26, 2008, 8:00 pm
at the Brooklyn Conservatory of Music, 58 Seventh Avenue, Brooklyn, NY

General admission: $10 — Students & Seniors: $5
Reservations / Information: 718-622-3300


If you did not have a chance to hear RICHARD RUSSELL’s Two Rilke Songs at the December NYCC concert at Baruch College, it will be performed again at Mannes College of Music on Sunday, February 17. Mannes is at 150 West 85th Street, and the concert is free; no tickets or reservations needed. Once again, soprano SOFIA DIMITROVA and violinist STANI DIMITROVA will be the performers. Also on the concert are several other “to be announced” Mannes composers: alumni, faculty, administrators. This is an afternoon concert, starting at 1:30pm.


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