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Christina Jensen writes a great press release…

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Press contact: Christina Jensen PR 646.536.7864 | christina@christinajensenpr.com   ACME: American Contemporary Music Ensemble The Sequenza21 Concert  presented by S21 & Manhattan New Music Project   Tuesday, October 25, 2011 at 7pm Joe’s Pub | 425 Lafayette Street | NYC Tickets: FREE. Reserve tickets & tables at 212.539.8778 or www.joespub.com. ACME: www.acmemusic.org Sequenza21: www.Sequenza21.com  MNMP: www.mnmp.org     New York, […]

Sequenza 21/MNMP Concert Announcement

  We’re pleased to announce details for the 2011 Sequenza 21/MNMP Concert featuring the American Contemporary Music Ensemble (ACME). The following entries from the call for scores have been selected for inclusion in the program:   James Stephenson (UK) – Oracle Night Robert Thomas (NJ) — Sixteen Lines Jay Batzner (MI) – Slumber Music Rob Deemer (NY) – Grand […]

Deadline Approaching for S21 Concert Submissions

Hi everybody. Just a quick reminder that the deadline for score submissions for consideration in the upcoming Sequenza21 concert is fast approaching. All submissions must be postmarked by July 16th. Here‘s a link to the original posting of the guidelines and its comments thread. To submit scores, get David Salvage’s e-mail address from the masthead […]

How Do You Solve a Problem Like Maria?

Judd Greenstein and Kimball Gallagher are looking for a few good proposals for the 2007-2008 season of VIM: TRIBECA.  Proposals may be submitted by performers (instrumental and vocal), composers, ensembles, or mixed-art groups that include music. VIM: TRIBECA is centered around music in the Western classical tradition, Greenstein says, but proposals may be made by […]

Making a List, Checking it Twice

It’s the time of year again when everybody makes “best of” lists.  So what’s yours?  CDs?  Concerts?  Meals?  Books? The concert of the year for me, of course, was the Sequenza21 event which, I believe, exceeded everyone’s expectations in terms of attendance and quality of performances.   I’ll be making my list of best CDs soon. […]

If a Frog Had Wings He Wouldn’t Bump His Ass so Much

The brilliant and talented piano and TabletPC genuis Hugh Sung has a terrific post about the Sequenza21 concert where he was a star performer.  Hugh is also one of the nicest people alive. Kyle Gann, who drove two hours down and two hours back to Bard for the concert, has some nice words about the concert […]

Do You Still Love Us This Morning?

                   The kids done good.  I was proud.  Thanks to all of you who came out–we actually had a crowd–and to all the wonderful musicians who played their hearts out.  It was a great evening.  David Toub has the early bird report here. See Jeff Harrington’s pictures from the […]

Le Jour de Gloire est Arrivé!

Tonight’s the big night.  The kids have worked hard and it’s going to be a great show.  I hope to see you all this evening at the first ever Sequenza21 Concert, CUNY Graduate Center, Elebash Recital Hall, 34th and Fifth Avenue. 7:30 sharp.  The street address, by the way, is 365 Fifth Avenue.

Let the Countdown Begin

We’re just hours away from the first real-world Sequenza21 concert which begins promptly at 7:30 on Monday night at the Elebash Recital Hall at the CUNY Graduate Center, 34th Street and Fifth Avenue.  Admission is absolutely free and there will be wine and cookies.  I hope to see you there. We are enormously grateful to […]

So What Will a Sequenza21 Concert Sound Like Anyhow?

I know I haven’t contributed much to the intellectual discourse on these pages since the new format of the site went live, but–believe me–it hasn’t been that I’ve lost interest. In one of life’s strange convergences, the reformat of Sequenza21 occurred almost simultaneous with my return from China at which point I have plunged myself […]