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April 14, 2017 6:30 WHO IS THAT MAN?
Alexander Memorial AME Church, Atlanta, GA
A Good Friday musical drama that highlights the last day of Christ on earth. Features 2 choruses, Vernay Dabney, and cast of 27. Original music, words, and story additions by Barbara Geyen Sherrill. Choreography and stage direction by Lady Walker, cast people of the earth Producer is Bernard Clay. Auditions to be held.
Performers: not all listed at this time, but Vernay Dabney is one soloist
Website: sherillb@bellsouth.net
April 2, 2017 4:00 p.m. (Central Time) Music by Women Composers
Sioux Falls, South Dakota
Music by Women Composers for Violin and Piano. Works by: Rosalind Ellicott, Hilda Jerea, Borghild Holmsen, Johanna Senfter, Gwyneth Rollin, Libby Larsen and Marie Grandval.
Performers: The Kobayashi/Gray Duo: Laura Kobayashi, Violin and Susan Keith Gray, Piano
Website: http://www.firstcongucc.com/content/art-series
April 2, 2017 1:00 pm Women Composers Festival of Hartford - Many Voices, One Song
Unitarian Society of Hartford, Hartford, CT
Our children’s chorus concert is one of hopefulness for the future. Several choirs will present music by women composers at the Unitarian Society of Hartford meeting house. Donations will be accepted to support scholarships for children who participate in the youth choirs. Performing groups include the Children’s Chorus of Springfield, The Connecticut Children’s Chorus, Saecula Women’s Choir, and the Choir of the Unitarian Society of Hartford. In addition to works by women composers of each choirs’ choice, they will present winning score calls by Katherine Bodor, Brittney Boykin, Ashi Day, and Abbey Monreal.
Performers: various choirs from CT and MA
Website: http://womencomposersfestivalhartford.com/2017-wcfh-many-voices-one-song/
April 2, 2017 7:30 pm Women Composers Festival of Hartford - WCPercussion Concert
Charter Oak Cultural Center, Hartford, CT
Please join us for an evening of percussion music by female composers. We will be featuring a premiere of the electro-acoustic piece Ojibwe Song by Alexis Bacon and a world premiere of Saffron by local composer Claire Pawlewitz. We will also feature works by Olivia Keiffer from Georgia, Marissa DiPronio from Cincinatti, Charlotte Dumesnil from Oklahoma, and Amanda Palmer! Come join us for an exciting presentation of these contemporary works.
Performers: various
Website: http://womencomposersfestivalhartford.com/2017-wcfh-wcpercussion-concert/
April 1, 2017 9 am - 5:30 pm Women Composers Festival of Hartford - Music Marathon
Charter Oak Cultural Center, Hartford, CT
The music marathon, held at Charter Oak Cultural Center, is held up in opposition to the frequent practice by mainstream venues and performers to present entire seasons devoid of music composed by women because of the purported difficulty of finding quality music by women. A symbolic day of programming suggests that these venues could, if they chose, program entire seasons of high-quality works by women. Performances were selected from a competitive call garnering applicants from across the globe. The marathon features more than 25 performers and 30 composers representing a variety of styles, eras, genres, and ensembles. Please visit our website for a full list of performers and works.
Performers: various
Website: http://womencomposersfestivalhartford.com/2017-wcfh-music-marathon/
April 1, 2017 7:30 pm Women Composers Festival of Hartford - Triggered: Gendered Violence in Music
Charter Oak Cultural Center, Hartford, CT
Trigger | Jessica Rudman Lullaby | Paula Matthusen Azuma’s Aria | Elsa Olivieri Sangiacomo Spirituals and Poetry of Langston Hughes | Margaret Bonds [world premiere] | Nilou Nour No Capacity to Consent | Tawnie Olson This event features music that considers issues of gendered violence. The concert may not be appropriate for children and may be difficult for survivors of trauma. Please be aware that some of the texts include explicit descriptions of violent acts. Performers include members of the Ray of Hope project, Hartford Opera Theater, and students from Yale University under the direction of conductor Nathan Reiff. They will perform songs of outrage by Elsa Olivieri-Sangiacomo, Margaret Bonds, and Niloufar Nourbakhsh, the mini-opera Trigger by Jessica Rudman, and No Capacity to Consent by Tawnie Olson.
Performers: various
Website: http://womencomposersfestivalhartford.com/2017-wcfh-triggered-gendered-violence-in-music/
March 31, 2017 7:00 pm forty/sixty string trio featuring Paula Matthusen
Charter Oak Cultural Center, Hartford, CT
Pre-concert lecture with Paula Matthusen (7pm) pursuing invariably the same Object envices a design | Paula Matthusen Lasso, Lassus | Jean Ahn Expansion, Test, and Journey Revisited | Melika Fitzhugh Repartee | Natalie Williams Further details and concert order forthcoming This concert will feature ensemble-in-residency forty/sixty performing our newly commissioned piece by Dr. Paula Matthusen, along with winning selections by Jean Ahn, Melika Fitzhugh, and Natalie Williams. These composers were selected from a competitive score call with applicants from across the United States and abroad.
Performers: forty/sixty string trio
Website: http://womencomposersfestivalhartford.com/fortysixty-concert-feat-paula-matthusen/
March 30, 2017 7:00pm Women Composers Festival of Hartford - Music in The Time of Women's Suffrage
Charter Oak Cultural Center, Hartford, CT
Pre-concert lecture with Elizabeth Wood (7pm) Five Folksongs in Counterpoint | Florence Price (1887-1953) Violin Sonata, Op. 7 | Ethyl Smyth (1858-1944) Piano Quintet, Op. 67 | Amy Beach (1867-1944) This welcoming concert features music composed in the time of Women’s Suffrage in the US and the UK, including a violin sonata by Ethel Smyth, a British composer who famously associated with suffragette Emmeline Pankhurst and author Virginia Woolf. She composed the official anthem of the Women’s Social and Political Union. The evening will also include lecture and welcoming speech from musicologist Dr. Elizabeth Wood, a renowned scholar on Smyth’s work.
Performers: Luciana Arraes, violin; Minjung Noh, violin; Eugenio Figueroa, viola; Pablo Issa, cello; Miguel Campinho, piano
Website: http://womencomposersfestivalhartford.com/music-in-the-time-of-womens-suffrage/
March 26, 2017 3pm Divinity Breathed Forth: The Eternal Hildegard
Old St. Joseph's Church, 321 Willings Alley Mews, Philadelphia, PA
More than 800 years after her death, Hildegard von Bingen continues to be one of the most influential figures in Christian and musical history. Join us for a concert centered around mystical texts by Hildegard and others, featuring music by contemporary composers Frank Ferko and Daniel Elder. Admission is pay-what-you-wish, reception to follow.
Performers: Chestnut Street Singers
Website: http://www.chestnutstreetsingers.org/
March 25, 2017 7pm The Resonance Project
Pineapple Yoga Studio, 517 S Pineapple Ave, Sarasota, FL 34236
This music trio breathes new life into ancient music from around the world, connecting audiences with places of old without the filter of museum glass. Their vision draws from sacred folk traditions, Celtic, Gregorian chant, old spanish, and the sacred Feminine.
Performers: Stephanie Heidemann, Michael Rutherford & Julian Douglas
Website: http://resonance-project.com/
March 25, 2017 8pm Divinity Breathed Forth: The Eternal Hildegard
Presbyterian Church of Chestnut Hill, 8855 Germantown Ave, Philadelphia, PA
More than 800 years after her death, Hildegard von Bingen continues to be one of the most influential figures in Christian and musical history. Join us for a concert centered around mystical texts by Hildegard and others, featuring music by contemporary composers Frank Ferko and Daniel Elder. Admission is pay-what-you-wish, reception to follow.
Performers: Chestnut Street Singers
Website: http://www.chestnutstreetsingers.org/
March 23, 2017 7:30 p.m. She Is Music: Diva's Song
Twinbrook Baptist Church, 1001 Twinbrook Pkwy, Rockville, MD 20855
Women have been writing music for the voice for over 1000 years in Western culture! This program, presented in the style of a 19th Century Salon, features some of the most beautiful vocal music ever written – and all of it by women. Hear the odes of the nightingale Divas, the complex melody of Genius, songs of their time and yet timeless – music of extraordinary women, who also maintained successful careers as singers, composers, poets, pianists, and mystics. Each of these women was an artistic leader, whose works embodied the musical, cultural, and poetic influences of her time. They were often the catalysts behind the careers of other artists whose names would later eclipse theirs in the history books. ​She Is Music: Diva's Song captures the essence of the Eternal Feminine – mysterious, ephemeral, indescribable, ever-present, always engaging! The FREE program presents both songs and accompanying commentary about the unique circumstances that enabled each of these women to practice her craft. These enchanting works are narrated, sung, and accompanied by Kay Krekow, soprano, of The American Center for Puccini Studies.
Performers: Kay Krekow, soprano
March 22, 2017 8,30 pm Omaggio a Amy Beach
Auditorium Vallisa, Bari Italy
Amy Beach - Sonata for violin and piano Berceuse and Mazurka, for flute and piano Two pieces for flute, cella and piano Trio op. 150 for violin, cello and piano
Performers: Carmine Scarpati and Fabio Cafaro, violins; Michele Bozzi, flute; Nicoa Fiorino, Cello; Angela Annese and Orietta Caianiello, piano
Website: www.conservatoriopiccinni.eu
March 11, 2017 7pm Secret Sounds: Muses Trio celebrates International Women's Day
Old Government House, 2 George St Brisbane AUSTRALIA
DATE AND TIME Sat. 11 March 2017 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm AEST Muses Trio celebrates music by women for International Women's Day 2017, featuring works by trailblazers Fanny Mendelssohn, Amy Beach, Lili Boulanger, Sally Greenaway, and world premieres by Leonie Cohen and Izzy Gerometta. Muses Trio comprises some of Australia’s leading and most exciting musicians in contemporary classical music, known for their edgy, spine tingling and virtuosic performance style: Christa Powell (violin), Louise King (cello) and Therese Milanovic (piano). Join us in the beautiful setting of Brisbane’s most significant heritage building for this unique concert, followed by light refreshments. LOCATION Old Government House 2 George Street Brisbane City, QLD 4000
Performers: Louise King (cello), Christa Powell (violin), Therese Milanovic (piano)
Website: www.musestrio.com
February 11, 2017 2:00 p.m. String quartet works by VCFA Musical Composition MFA students
Vermont College of Fine Arts, College Hall Chapel, 36 College Street, Montpelier, VT 0
String quartets by: Tamara Cashour, Peter Karp, Giovanni Tabor, Mario Inchausti, Jesse Mitchell, Rob Grieve
Performers: Spektral String Quartet: Clara Lyon, violin; Maeve Feinberg, violin; Doyle Armbrust, viola; Russ Rolen, cello.
Website: www.vcfa.edu/livestream
January 7, 2017 1pm NY Premiere of Artemisia
St. Paul's Chapel, 209 Broadway at Fulton St, New York, NY
The cast includes Patricia Green as Artemisia Gentileschi, Marnie Breckenridge as Susanna, Andrew Garland as Agostino Tassi, Andrew Fuchs as Tomasso, Jonathan Woody as Cosimo di Medici, and Christopher Sokołowski as Occulist, with Emily Birsan, William Anderson and Joan Forsyth featured in moments from Barbara Strozzi's Che si può fare. The lighting design is by Leni Schwendinger.
Performers: Trinity Wall Street and NOVUS NY, directed by Julian Wachner
Website: https://www.trinitywallstreet.org/
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