IN THE LOOP
Thursday, January 29, 2009 6:40 PM
This Saturday, January 31 DEBRA KAYE will present an evening of her newest chamber works at 8pm. Billed as “Slants of Light…” the concert will be held at Mannes College of Music, 150 West 85th Street. Admission is free. The concert includes premieres written during Debra’s 2008 residency at The Wurlitzer Foundation in Taos, New Mexico. A reception will follow the concert. The concert will feature many performers familiar to NYCC audiences, including Arthur Cook, cello; Marcia Eckert, piano; Arthur Haas, harpsichord; Amy Kimball, violin; Martha McGaughey, viola da gamba; Javier Oviedo, saxophone; Arlene Travis, soprano; Cesar Vuksic, piano; Elizabeth Wolff, piano; Allan Von Schenkel, double bass; Kristen Williams,. piano
Honorary Composer Member DINU GHEZZO writes: “I am very happy to let you know that one of my recent multimedia works, Tubae Mundi, with video by John Crawford and video-choreography by Lisa Naugle, will be presented at the UN’s International Conference, “Harmonious Cities”, on February 3rd, as part of the opening session. My appearance is sponsored by the Romanian Cultural Institute of NY, and it is posted on line at:
Long time members of the NYCC will remember TERRY WINTER OWENS who passed away in 2007. On Tuesday, February 17th, 2009 at 7:30pm, the Conservatory of Music of Brooklyn College, the Department of TV and Radio, and HISAM will present a memorial concert of her music. An award-winning internationally published composer, Terry’s primary focus was on chamber music and it is these timeless works that are featured in the program. Her music has been performed all over the world – on every continent, primarily in the US and Western Europe. Terry suffered from leukemia for many years and she finished her last work just one month before she died.
The program features a stellar cast of performers, including: Morris “Arnie” Lang, Richard O’Donnell, the Reizen Ensemble, the Duo Gastesi-Bezerra, Scott Mayfield, Josh Frank, Isabelle O’Connell, David Gould, Christine Perea, and actress Sylvia Rhyns. Works for solo piano, two pianos, piano trio, percussion ensemble and solo instruments will be presented. Introductory remarks by Dr. Brian Willson and Joseph Pehrson. There will be a reception following the concert.
Ancient Breath of the Sea
The Music of Terry Winter Owens: A Memorial Concert
February 17, 2009 7:30pm at Elebash Recital Hall,
365 Fifth Ave, at 34th St., New York
Admission is free.