Steven R. Gerber’s Three Little Duets for Solo Piano Performed as Part of New Music Collective Concert on June 20 at New York City’s Spectrum NYCPosted by s21concerts in Concert Announcement
Steven R. Gerber’s Three Little Duets for solo piano will be performed by Adam Tendler as part of the New Music Collective concert on Friday, June 20 – 7:00 PM at Spectrum NYC, 121 Ludlow Street in Manhattan.
Tendler will also perform a new work by Steven Gerber, and Gerber will perform From My Diary: a Meditation on Rossignol by J.K. Randall, in memory of the late composer. There will also be music by Don Hagar, Michael Rose, Howard Lew, Tom Cipullo, Roger Stubblefield, Haralobos Stafylakis, Nina Young, Hayk Arsenyan, and Frank Warren.
Tickets at the door $15 general admission, $10 students/seniors. For more information, visit http://www.spectrumnyc.com/.
Since 2003 the New Music Collective has been presenting contemporary music, with a focus on living NYC composers. Composers range from established masters like Elliott Carter and Steve Reich, to current notables such as Tom Cipullo and Huang Ruo, to well over a hundred “emerging” composers. Past performers include So Percussion, Flexible Music, Momenta Quartet, David del Tredici, Margaret Leng Tan, Blair McMillen, Kathy Supove, Lucy Shelton, and many more.
Steven Gerber’s most recent release is the Albany Records CD (Mostly) Piano Music (Troy 1416). Visit his website at http://www.stevengerber.com.