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November 13, 2016 4:30 Salon Concerts
Austin, Texas
Louise Farrenc's Quintet No. 2. The concert will be repeated Mon. 14 at 7:00 pm and Tuesday Noon. Also on the program: Rachmaninoff Trio élégiaque No. 1 for Piano, Violin, and Cello; Tom Johnson's "Failing: a very difficult piece for solo string bass", and Howard Hanson's Concerto da camera, Op 7
Performers: Annie Chalex Boyle, van; Bruce Williams, vla; Douglas Harvey, VC Jessica Valis, bass, Colette Valentine, piano, Kathryn Mishell, piano
Website: salon concerts.org
November 13, 2016 3:00pm An Afternoon with Colorado Composers
Highlands United Methodist Church, Denver, CO
The concert is filled with works from living Colorado composers. The line up includes an arrangement of The Reason We're Singing by Michael Frank, arranged by Loretta Notareschi, How Can I Keep From Singing? arranged by Misty L. Dupuis, and O, Frisco by Misty L. Dupuis with poetry by Gertrude Millard.
Performers: Rhythm of Life Community Chorus
Website: https://www.facebook.com/Rhythm-of-Life-Community-Chorus-1080301588670403/?fref=ts
October 30, 2016 3:00 p.m. - CST Guest Artists Kobayashi/Gray Duo Performing Music by Women Composers
Austin Peay State University; Clarksville, Tennessee
Program of Music by Women Composers for Violin and Piano Rosalind Ellicott: from Six Pieces for Violin and Piano: Gavotte, Aria, and Polonaise Grazyna Bacewicz: Sonata No. 4 Lili Boulanger: Deux Morceaux pour Violon et Piano: Nocturne and Cortege Johanna Senfter: from 5 Stucke, Op.100: Piece #1 & #3 Libby Larsen: Blue Piece Marie de Grandval: Bohemienne
Performers: Laura Kobayashi, Violin; Susan Keith Gray, Piano
Website: http://www.apsu.edu/music/events
October 30, 2016 7:30 p.m. Quintet Attacca Concert
Nichols Hall, Music Institue of Chicago, Evanston, IL
Kyong Mee Choi's ever-present for wind quintet will be premiered by Quintet Attacca (Jennifer Clippert, flute; Erica Anderson, oboe; Barbara Drapcho, clarinet; Collin Anderson, bassoon; Jeremiah Frederick, horn) at the Music Institute of Chicago, Evanston, IL on Sunday, October 30, 2016. The concert features works by the member of Chicago Composers Consortium (Elizabeth Start, Lawrence Axelrod, Martha Horst, Timothy Dwight Edwards, Kyong Mee Choi and Timothy Ernest Johnson).
Performers: Quintet Attacca
Website: http://www.kyongmeechoi.com/Main_Site/News.html
October 29, 2016 3:00 p.m. - CST Kobayashi/Gray Duo Concert of Music by Women Composers - Guest Artists at Middle Tennessee State Uni
Middle Tennessee State University; Murfreesboro, Tennessee
Program of Music by Women Composers for Violin and Piano Rosalind Ellicott: from Six Pieces for Violin and Piano: Gavotte, Aria, and Polonaise Grazyna Bacewicz: Sonata No. 4 Lili Boulanger: Deux Morceaux pour Violon et Piano: Nocturne and Cortege Johanna Senfter: from 5 Stucke, Op.100: Piece #1 & #3 Libby Larsen: Blue Piece Marie de Grandval: Bohemienne
Performers: Laura Kobayashi, Violin; Susan Keith Gray, Piano
Website: http://www.mtsu.edu/music/calendar.php
October 28, 2016 8:00 pm Nashville Chamber Music Series
The Kasper Home 927 Battlefield Drive Nashville Tennessee U.S.A.
Lili Boulanger: Deux Morceaux pour Violon et Piano: Nocturne and Cortege Johanna Senfter: from 5 Stucke, Op.100: Piece #1 & #3 Libby Larsen: Blue Piece Marie de Grandval: Bohemienne Grazyna Bacewicz: Sonata No. 4 Rosalind Ellicott: from Six Pieces for Violin and Piano: Gavotte, Aria, and Polonaise
Performers: Kobayashi Gray Duo
Website: www.kobayashigrayduo.com
October 23, 2016 4:00 p.m. When Justice Reigns
Richard and Lucille Ice Auditorium, Linfield College (McMinnville, Oregon)
The centerpiece of the concert will be the world premiere of "When Justice Reigns," a new choral work by Andrea Reinkemeyer, Linfield assistant professor of music composition and theory, commissioned by the Lacroute Arts Series. The work puts to music the poetry of Janine Applegate, a 1970 Linfield alumna and published lyricist, who has a history of creating works with a social theme. The eclectic program will also include music by Felix Mendelssohn, William Byrd, Stephen Foster, Alice Parker, Moira Smiley and others.
Performers: Linfield Concert Choir; Anna Song, director
Website: http://www.linfield.edu/linfield-news/world-premiere-social-justice-highlight-linfield-choral-concert/
October 22, 2016 Specs On! - International Feminist Art Music Festival Berlin
Villa Elisabeth, Invalidenstrasse 3, 10115 Berlin, Germany
Specs On! is a festival for norm-critical perspectives on classical and contemporary music. We want to bring rules, norms, routines, patterns of attitudes and behavior into focus – and play some truly amazing music. 21-23/10 2016 we'll present 8 concerts and 2 discussions/work sessions. We started the Specs On! Festival in 2015 to bring the issues of gender and structural discrimination into the spotlight: Through eight concerts composers who are being subject to structural discrimination will be explored, ranging from baroque to contemporary electro-acoustics. By inviting musicologists, intendants and artistic directors our festival encourage collaborations between researchers and musicians. This way we ensure our festival's strong basis in science and knowledge, while curating a space for performance and art.
Performers: Alpaca Ensemble, Ellen Sjö Sander – marimba, Emiko Okuyama  - soprano, Ensemble 40f - Ann Elkjär, Jill Widén, Aurore Dyé, and Anna Svensdotter,
Website: www.specson.org
October 14, 2016 7:00pm Faculty & Friends Recital
Lancaster, PA
An eclectic concert of duos from opera to funk will be performed by music faculty of Lancaster Bible College. The event will include Jordan Wade by composition professor Krystal Folkestad Grant. The piece explores the origin story of the spiritual "Jordan Wade."
Performers: Geogre Yellak, guitar and Krystal Folkestad Grant, spoken word and piano
Website: http://www.lancastertrust.com/event/trust-community-lbc-faculty-friends-recital/
October 14, 2016 7:30pm The Resonance Project
OM Sanctuary, 87 Richmond Hill drive, Asheville NC
The Resonance Project breathes new life into early music, Hildegard von Bingen chant, Spanish "Cantigas de Santa Maria", and arabic call to prayer.
Performers: Stephanie Heidemann, soloist, and Julian Douglas, percussion/sound design
Website: http://resonance-project.com/events/
October 12, 2016 10-11:30 am Women Composers, Then and Now
Northampton Senior Center, 67 Conz Street, Northampton, MA
Lecture Recital. Includes a world premiere performance of a piece for toy piano: "A Week in the Life of a Toy Piano" by Boston composer Kaeza Fearn
Performers: Monica Jakuc Leverett
Website: www.monicajakucleverett.com
October 6, 2016 7 PM "Mothers of Moses," Music by Rene Orth, Words by Ellen Frankel
Rottwitt Theater, McShain Performing Arts Center, Rosemont College, Montgomery Avenue, Rosemont, PA
Commissioned by the Women's Sacred Music Project, "Mothers of Moses" is a chamber piece for three women soloists and two instruments celebrating the courageous actions of women recounted at the beginning of the biblical book of Exodus. The libretto focuses on Yocheved, the Israelite mother of Moses, Miriam, his sister, and Pharaoh's Wife, who draws the infant Moses from the Nile and saves his life, according to the Quran. The work also celebrates interfaith cooperation and shared legacies among the Abrahamic faiths. The piece will be played again on Sunday, April 2, 2017, at an interfaith Seder and celebration at the Germantown Jewish Centre in Philadelphia.
Performers: TBD
Website: http://www.womenssacredmusicproject.org
September 4, 2016 2 pm "The Triangle Fire," a chamber opera, music by Leonard Lehrman, words by Ellen Frankel
American Labor Museum, Haledon, NJ
Based on the tragic Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire of 1911, which took the lives of 146 young immigrant workers, "The Triangle Fire" opera tells the story of the trial that took place at the end of that year, examining the actions of the factory owners whose callous labor policies were responsible for the many deaths. Unfortunately, the jury returned a verdict of "Not Guilty." However, the public outcry over the fire and the jury's verdict led to sweeping labor reforms throughout the United States. This is the first opera based on these events, and the first artistic treatment focusing on the trial. There will be a repeat performance on September 11 at the Puffin Cultural Forum, 20 Puffin Way, Teaneck, NJ.
Performers:
Website: labor museum.net
August 5, 2016 8:00 p.m. Norfolk Presents: Music of Mozart, Hall & Hummel
Norfolk Chamber Music Festival, Ellen Battell Stoeckel Estate, 20 Litchfield Road, Norfolk, CT
World Premiere of a new song cycle, O MISTRESS MINE.
Performers: Brian Asawa, countertenor, and Juliana Hall, piano
Website: http://norfolk.yale.edu/concerts/
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