Harold Rosenbaum Conducts Music of Elliott Carter on May 22 at The Juilliard School in New York, New YorkPosted by s21concerts in Concert Announcement
Internationally renowned conductor Harold Rosenbaum will be part of an Elliott Carter Memorial concert on Wednesday, May 22 – 5:00 PM at the Peter Jay Sharp Theater of The Juilliard School, 155 West 65th Street in Manhattan.
Mr. Rosenbaum will lead a performance of Carter’s Mad Regales (2007) by Kiera Duffy, soprano, Mary Mackensie, mezzo-soprano, Suzanne Schwing, alto, Lawrence Jones, tenor, Chad Sloane, baritone and Evan Hughes, bass-baritone. Other works on the program are Epigrams (2012), performed by Rolf Schulte, violin, Fred Sherry, cello and Ursula Oppens, piano, and the New York Premiere of What Are Years (2009), with David Fulmer, conductor and Lucy Shelton, soprano.
Attendance at the memorial is by invitation only, although the public may attend on a standby basis. The standby line forms one hour prior to the event outside the main entrance to The Juilliard School at 155 West 65th St. Seating is limited. For more information, please call the Juilliard box office at 212-769-7406.
Harold Rosenbaum is a tireless proponent and advocate for contemporary composers and American composers in particular, he has created an annual choral composition competition, has commissioned nearly 75 works, and has conducted over 475 World Premieres. Visit him at http://www.haroldrosenbaum.com/.