For those of you who haven’t heard the word yet, the New York Composers Circle is pleased to announce its 2017-2018 concert calendar. The web page with all the details can be found by clicking here: NYCC 2017-2018 Season Also on that page is a list of dates for this...
The NYCC sponsors the Community Encores Series, an outreach initiative bringing contemporary classical music to new populations, such as high schools and senior centers. Continue reading
NYCC Composers shine at Symphony Space
SoundWordSight, an online arts magazine has published a very positive review of the NYCC’s June 4 concert at Symphony Space. All the details can be read by clicking the link below: SoundWordSight review.
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The New York Composers Circle is an organization of composers and performers, dedicated to new music, whose mission is to promote public awareness and appreciation of contemporary music through concerts, salons, and other events in the New York metropolitan area.
For its members, the NYCC offers a variety of opportunities for testing works in progress at monthly salons open to the public, performing completed works in concert, and fostering collaboration and development, both artistic and professional. For composers who are not members, the NYCC offers the opportunity of a public performance for winners of its annual composers’ competition. For the sophisticated concertgoing public, the NYCC offers four concerts a year of members’ works, curated by a jury of members headed by prizewinning composer John Eaton. And for members of the public who have not yet been exposed to much contemporary music, the NYCC sponsors an outreach program, in which we send performers out to various institutions — including high schools and senior centers — at no charge to the institution, to perform works of the 20th and 21st centuries.
More information can be found on the inside pages.