Alex Temple will be the featured composer for the November 3rd entry in Links Hall’s “Peep Show” series. Choreographers Ayako Kato and Enid Smith will create movement in real time, in two different studios, and incorporate audience suggestions to accompany the piece, titled It’s hard to even say it (by Alex Temple and Jenny Olivia Johnson).
Day: October 31, 2014
Following a successful performance in Washington D.C., 2013 alumni Megan Ihnen and duo partner, violinist Martha Morrison Muehleisen, will be taking “Kafka Fragments” to Colorado to perform at the University of Colorado in January of 2015.
Since their debut at the fresh inc 2013, The Admiral Launch Duo has commissioned and premiered four new pieces by Dylan Arthur Baker, Christine Hedden, Mathew Browne, and Diana Sussman. Founded by saxophonist Jonathan Hulting-Cohen and harpist Jennifer R. Ellis, they performed at the Northwestern University New Music Conference and were featured in the …
In an evening celebrating classic film songs, Brin Solomon‘s arrangements of David Raksin songs were recently performed by Michael Feinstein at Carnegie Hall. Premiered in a short-running stage show in 1966, one song, titled “The Wind in the Willows,” has not been recorded or performed since this date.
Highlighted by the world premiere of Chelsea Komschlies’ new work titled Book of Spells and accompanying visual artwork, The Magic Deuce present their latest recital on November 16th, at 6:00pm at Bryan Recital Hall (Bowling Green State University).
On September 26, The Magic Deuce presented a recital with the Limbo Quartet and Duo d’entre Deux at Clazel Theatre in Bowling Green, Ohio.
As part of an initiative by the Washington National Opera, composer Rene Orth will have her 20-minute opera An American Man premiered on November 21, 2014. With a libretto by Jason Kim, the opera tells the story of Wyatt Adams, America’s rising political star as he returns home for his estranged father’s funeral. But when …