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Wednesday, August 3, 2016 at 6:30pm

Hearst Plaza at Lincoln Center
10 Lincoln Center Plaza
New York, NY 10023

Free concert
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International Contemporary Ensemble (ICE) members tenor Peter Tantsits and harpist Megan Conley perform the world premiere of Anna Thorvaldsdottir’s “For it will never return” in a free micro-concert at Hearst Plaza, part of Lincoln Center’s Mostly Mozart Festival. “For it will never return” was commissioned by ICE through their First Page Commissioning project and is part of Mostly Mozart Festival’s effort to showcase contemporary music; the new work is one of 50 to be premiered by ICE during the 2016 festival.

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The February 26 Le Salon de Musiques’ program, in the Fifth Floor Banquet room at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, will feature Poulenc Flute Sonata With Piano and Arnold Bax Elegiac Trio for Flute, Harp And Viola and Faure Piano Quartet N.1 In C Minor Opus 15 with Steven Vanhauwaert on Piano, Marcia Dickstein on Harp, Pamela Vliek on Flute, Tereza Stanislav on Violin, Victoria Miskolczy on Viola and John Walz on Cello. The performance is accompanied by Champagne, food by Patina and informal conversation introduced by musicologist Julius Reder Carlson. Tickets are $65 and $45 for students (including concert and refreshments) and are available on line at or by calling (310) 498-0257.

By removing the stage, Le Salon de Musiques offers a more personal touch to listeners eager to familiarize themselves with Chamber Music. The goal is to bring together an audience of disparate backgrounds…music lovers who believe that this form of melodic artistry brings out the best in humanity.

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MAYA, the trio of John Hadfield, percussion; Bridget Kibbey, harp; Sato Moughalian flute; with guest artist Cristina Pato, gaita (Galician bagpipe) will be presented by Perspectives Ensemble at the Judson Memorial Church, located at 55 Washington Square South, New York, in a program of traditional Sephardic, Galician and Andalusian music, and new works, featuring three world-premiere performances, on Wednesday, April 28, at 8 PM. Admission is free.

MAYA performs a program that features Spanish music both traditional and new. Modern Spain comprises 17 autonomous regions or communities, which are discrete entities, characterized by distinctive cultural traditions. In Galicia, in the north, there are traditions that are shared with the Celts, among them the Galician bagpipe, or gaita, ubiquitous in the area as a folk instrument. Cristina Pato is internationally acclaimed as a gaita master and is bringing the traditional music of Galicia all over the world with her passionate and virtuosic playing. Andalusia is represented both in a bulería, a traditional flamenco form, performed by John Hadfield as conceived for solo cajon, and in two new works by Eneko Vadillo, a composer from Málaga who is building bridges between avant-garde music and its historical roots. Vadillo’s new works were commissioned for MAYA by the Spanish Ministry of Culture. Catalonia offers the beloved Song of the Birds (El Cant dels Ocells), and a new work by Joan Valent, a Mallorcan composer (from the Balearic Islands, where the Catalan language is spoken). This work was commissioned by Foundation for Iberian Music, The Graduate Center, City University of New York. Both composers will be in attendance. The trio also performs Puncha, puncha la rosa huela, the popular 14th century Sephardic song, and ASKLEPIOS by the Basque composer Gabriel Erkoreka, winner of the Premio Reina Sofia 2007, Spain’s highest honor for composers. ASKLEPIOS was also commissioned for MAYA by the Spanish Ministry of Culture.

The concert is a presentation of Perspectives Ensemble, and is generously supported by the Jarvis and Constance Doctorow Family Foundation in memory of Danièle Doctorow, with additional support from the Foundation for Iberian Music, The Graduate Center, City University of New York, Antoni Piza, Director, and the Institut Ramon Llull. Generous support for the commissions came from the Spanish Ministry of Culture and the Foundation for Iberian Music.

MAYA+Cristina Pato perform MUSIC of SPAIN 4.28.2011 8pm

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North/South Consonance’s 30th Anniversary Gala!

Chamber Orchestra Works by Composers from the Americas

featuring new and recent compositions by

Elizabeth Bell, Edward Green, Max Lifchitz
Hilary Tann & Stephen Yip

performers include

Arthur Campbell, clarinet
Megan Levin, harp
Helen Lin, piano
Max Lifchitz, conductor
The North/South Chamber Orchestra

Monday, March 8 at 8 PM

Merkin Concert Hall

129 West 67th St (bet Bway & Amsterdam), NYC
Free Admission.

First come first serve.
Tickets available at the Merkin Hall box office after 7 PM the evening of the concert

Arthur Campbell & Megan Levin

North/South Consonance, Inc. celebrates its 30th consecutive season of advocacy on behalf of music by living composers with a special chamber orchestra concert at New York City’s Merkin Concert Hall (129 West 67th St) on Monday, March 8, 2010 at 8 PM.

Distinguished guest artists including clarinetist Arthur Campbell; harpist Megan Levin; and pianist Helen Lin will join the GRAMMY nominated North/South Chamber Orchestra conducted by its founder Max Lifchitz for the special event. The program will include recent works especially written for the occasion by American composers  Elizabeth Bell, Edward Green, Max Lifchitz, Hilary Tann and Stephen Yip.

Admission is free.
First come first serve. Tickets may be picked up at the Merkin Concert Hall box office after 7 PM the evening of the concert.

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