“The origin story of Patricia Leonard’s new piece sounds so much like fate that you’d think it had been scripted. It is almost enough to make the composer believe in … Continue reading
Jacob Goodman’s “A Gift from Edo” will premiere at next week’s “Tokyo to New York” concert. This concert series takes place in both Tokyo and New York to celebrate, honor, … Continue reading
The NYCC’s 2014-2015 season kicks off this weekend with our first Sunday Salon of the year. All are invited to attend! Here are the details… New York Composers Circle Salon … Continue reading
Here is a flier with composers and performers listed for the October 24, 2014 concert at the DiMenna Center for Classical Music.
Gene McBride thought the following concert would be of interest to the NYCC community, and he forwards this email. If you’d like to attend, the free tickets can be obtained … Continue reading
Richard Brooks’s L’apres-midi d’un Schoenberg is a vocal chamber work for 4 singers, flute, clarinet, violin, cello and piano, with a libretto by Nancy Bogen. It will be performed on … Continue reading
Peri Mauer’s concert band piece RED SKY premiered on June 11, 2014, and received a positive review: http://soundwordsight.com/?p=1233 Also, her piece for solo clarinet “Quietly, at Dusk” has been selected … Continue reading
A timely reminder that there is a memorial for Cesar Vuksic this weekend. See the image here for details.
Dary John Mizelle writes in: I am happy to report that my Piano Fantasy II – Boogie Woogie is scheduled to be performed next month in Helsinki, Finland at the … Continue reading
There will be a memorial service for Cesar Vuksic on July 13th, 4 PM, at the Brooklyn Conservatory, 58 7th Ave., Brooklyn, NY.