Beth Anderson’s Greta Garbo’s Waltz for solo piano will be presented with original choreography by Nicole Bugge on Sunday, July 13 – 1:00 PM at Jan Hus Presbyterian Church, 51 East 74th St, in New York, NY. This will be part of The Composer’s Voice Concert Series, in collaboration with Vox Novus and Jan Hus Church.
Greta Garbo’s Waltz is a new work, created specifically for this event and performed by the composer.
This Mad Circle Concert includes works from a unique set of composers, which also includes Gary Edwards, Gerardo Gerulewicz, Petri Kuljuntausta, David Morneau, Larry Matthew Gaab, David Jason Snow, and Gay Pearson. The performance also features the work of choreographers Nicole Bugge, Callie Hatchet, Betty Skeen, Maxx Passion, Natalie Kolbo, Jennifer Roit, Carson Reiners, and Nicole Spinelli.
This concert will be curated and directed by Erin Bomboy and Callie Hatchett.
The July 13 event is free and open to the public. For more information, call 917-575-2617 or visit http://janhus.org/.
July 13 will also bring a performance of Ms. Anderson’s Kilkenney Cats by soprano Françoise Vanhecke at Spitalkirche in Baden-Baden, Germany as part of her song recital. Music by John Cage, Satie, Klaus Berger, Irma Bilbao and others will also be featured. Kilkenney Cats is part of the composers’ Cat Songs cycle.
MSR Classics has issued The Praying Mantis and the Bluebird – Flute Music of Beth Anderson (MS1434) – http://www.msrcd.com/catalog/cd/MS1434 – World Premiere recordings of 11 works. Other recent releases are recordings by Nancy Boston of September Swale as part of American Women: Modern Voices in Piano Music and Aleksandra Maslovaric’s recordings of Belgian Tango and Tales #1 & #3 for violin and piano on Feminae in Musica. For more information about Ms. Anderson, including a bio, other videos, list of works, discography and much more, please visit http://www.beand.com.