Posts Tagged “Peri Mauer”
Journey, Peri Mauer’s new piece for oboe, will be premiered April 21, 2015 at 7:30PM
St. Peter’s Church (619 Lexington Avenue at 54th St.) NYC
Virginia Chang Chien, oboe.
This is a New York Composers Circle concert, which includes music by Richard Brooks, Max Giteck Duykers, Susan J. Fisher, David Picton, Gayther Myers, Eugene Marlow, Orlando Legname. Performers include Margaret Lancaster, Stephen Gosling, Keve Wilson, Oren Fader, Esther Noh, John Popham.
Suggested Donation $20, Students FREE
Reception following concert.
Hailed as an “irrepressibly tuneful composer” by New York Music Daily/Lucid Culture (October 2014), Peri Mauer is delighted to recently have had several world premieres of her music. Topping the list is THOUGHT’S TORSION for flute, viola, cello by Eight Strings & a Whistle at Tenri Cultural Institute, RED SKY for concert band, commissioned by Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music & Art and Performing Arts and performed by the LaGuardia Junior Band in the school’s 2014 Spring Musicale, A LITTLE NEW YEAR’S FLAIR for piano, by Blair McMillen in Bargemusic’s Here and Now Winter Festival 2014, ILLUMINATIONS OF THE NIGHT for orchestra, commissioned and performed by the New York Repertory Orchestra at St. Mary’s Church, AT HOME WITH ALLEN GINSBERG: Five Songs for Baritone & Piano, by Daniel Neer and Christopher Berg in last winter’s NYCC concert at St. Peter’s Church, and LIFE ON EARTH for chamber ensemble in Music With a View at the Flea Theater, for which she also served as conductor. A recent recipient of an ASCAP Plus Award, she has been awarded grants for her music by New Music USA, Meet the Composer, National Federation of Music Clubs, and Composers Guild of Utah. Also a professional cellist, Ms. Mauer has performed with such groups as American Symphony Orchestra, Radio City Music Hall Orchestra, Encompass New Opera Theatre, Orchestra of St. Peter by the Sea, The Chelsea Symphony, American Chamber Opera, among many others, and can be seen playing her cello in the critically acclaimed new Amazon TV series Mozart in the Jungle.
Posted by s21concerts in Concert Announcement, tags: Christa Robinson, Christa Van Alstine, Concert of New Music, David Picton, Esther Noh, Eugene Marlow, Gayther Myers, Hannah Levinson, John Popham, Keve Wilson, Living composers, Margaret Lancaster, Matt Marks, Max Giteck Duykers, Nanci Belmont, New Music for Winds and Piano, New York Composers Circle, Oren Fader, Orlando Legname, Peri Mauer, Richard Brooks, Roberta Michel, St. Peter's Lutheran Church NYC, Stephen Gosling, Susan J. Fisher, Virginia Chang Chien
NEW YORK COMPOSERS CIRCLE CONCERT OF NEW MUSIC FOR WINDS AND PIANO
APRIL 21, 2015 7:30pm
St. Peter’s Church 619 Lexington Ave. at 54th St., NYC
Richard Brooks, Into the Twilight for flute, violin, viola, bassoon, and piano
Peri Mauer, Journey for oboe
Max Giteck Duykers, Dark Body for flute, violin, cello, and piano
Susan J. Fischer, Intermezzo for oboe, violin, cello, and piano
Orlando Legname, Vortici D’etere for flute, clarinet, violin, cello, and piano
Eugene Marlow, Trois Chansons Pour une Poetesse for flute and alto flute
Gayther Myers, The Workday for flute, oboe, clarinet, horn, and piano
David Picton, Turning Leaves for Sandy for oboe and guitar
Performers include Margaret Lancaster and Roberta Michel, flute; Christa Van Alstine, clarinet; Christa Robinson, Keve Wilson, and Virginia Chang Chien, oboe; Nanci Belmont, bassoon; Matt Marks, horn; Esther Noh, violin; Hannah Levinson, viola; John Popham, cello; Oren Fader, guitar; Stephen Gosling, piano; and Tamara Cashour, conductor.
$20 suggested donation payable at the door; students FREE
For more information, call 212-787-8309
All NYCC concerts are ADA- accessible.
The New York Composers Circle is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt artistic and educational organization dedicated to new music — its creation, its performance, and the development of new audiences. Its members and supporters are composers, performers, and music lovers. Its activities include concerts of new music (currently six each season), monthly salons at which composers play and discuss new works and works in progress for fellow members and guests and hear talks by various members of the new-music community, an annual competition open only to nonmembers, and a program of outreach concerts designed to benefit the broader community and to attract new concert audiences.
Posted by s21concerts in Concert Announcement, tags: clarinet duo, Craig Ketter, DiMenna Center for Classical Music, Emiko Hayashi, Hubert Howe, Ismail Lumanovski, Jacob Goodman, Jonathan Howe, Kevin McCarter, Max Giteck Duykers, Nailah Nombeko, new music, New York Composers Circle, Peri Mauer, Raoul Pleskow, Vasko Dukovski
DiMenna Center for Classical Music, Benzaquen Hall
450 West 37th St., NYC
October 24, 2014
Jacob Goodman, Six Intermezzi
Craig Ketter, piano
Peri Mauer, Morning, Night & Noon
Vasko Dukovski and Ismail Lumanovski, clarinets
Nailah Nombeko, Three Preludes
Craig Ketter, piano
Kevin McCarter, Summer Souvenirs
Kevin McCarter, piano
Max Giteck Duykers, Theia
Christa Van Alstine, bass clarinet
Emiko Hayashi, Two Piano Pieces
Martha Locker, piano
Hubert Howe, Pentachordal Etudes #4 and 5
Jonathan Howe, piano
Raoul Pleskow, Four Piano Pieces
Suggested donation: $20; students free admission
AT HOME WITH ALLEN GINSBERG: Five Songs for Baritone and Piano
PERI MAUER, Composer
Daniel Neer baritone, Christopher Berg piano
Also works of John Eaton, Debra Kaye, Jennifer Griffith, Robert Cohen, Patricia Leonard
New York Composers Circle Concert of New Music for Voice and Piano
March 6, 2014
619 Lexington Avenue at 54th St.
Suggested donation $20 payable at the door; Students free
(This concert was originally scheduled for January 21, 2014 but was postponed to March 6, 2014 due to the weather.)
Peri Mauer NUDIBRANCH FRIDAY, for violin & cello 
Amanda Lo, violin
Zsaz Rutkowski, cello
Saturday, June 8, 2013
Symphony Space Thalia
2537 Broadway at 95 St., NYC
NUDIBRANCH FRIDAY is in 7 continuous sections, each named after a species of nudibranch.
The piece was originally inspired by the Facebook postings of composer Randy Woolf, whose pictures of the unique shell-less marine mollusks are enthusiastically celebrated on his Facebook page every Friday.
Complete Concert Program:
Madelyn Byrne In a Winter Landscape, for flute
Robert S. Cohen Dream Journals for Brass Quintet
Memrie Innerarity Songs on Two Poems by Nina Cassian
Peri Mauer Nudibranch Friday, for violin and cello
Scott D. Miller Phrenology: The Proper Study of Man, for amplified violin, tenor sax, trombone, and percussion
David Picton Ocean Waves, for brass quintet, double bass, & drum set
Kala Pierson Cumulus Flow, for cello and piano
Dana Richardson Kyrie, for alto voice and piano
Jesse Diener-Bennett Ninth for Two, for flute and violin
Admission: $20, Symphony Space Members $12; Students, NYCC Members FREE