Anders Lundegård, saxophone, and Elizabeth G. Hill, present a program of duo works by Lundegård and Prokofiev, and the suite, Pour le Piano, for solo piano, by Debussy. Reception to follow.
On December 15, 2018 at 8:00 p.m., Great Noise Ensemble will present the first of a series of programs called The Four Freedoms Project at Westmoreland Congregational United Church of Christ. Freedom of Expression includes two large works. Joshua Armenta has sets texts by Federico García Lorca in Sonetos del amor oscuro, for tenor and ensemble. In this world premiere, Armenta is…
Cultivating the talent of modern classical composers and bringing new music to the stage inspires musicians and audience members alike. This evening of original compositions by UMD student composers features solo, chamber and electroacoustic performances. Elizabeth G. Hill, piano and Joanna Jones, soprano, will be performing “Words from Friends” by William Kenlon .
Great Noise makes its debut at Georgetown University’s Friday Music Series with a partial repeat performance of the Travelogues program, consisting of selections from Armando Bayolo‘s The Books of Bokonon. The performance will be free of charge. The Books of Bokonon is a musicological tour through the Island of San Lorenzo based on Kurt Vonnegut’s Cat’s Cradle.
Elizabeth will be a featured panelist and performer at the inaugural New Music DC conference, hosted by the District New Music Coalition. Register for the conference and purchase tickets to the concerts here.
Silver Finch Arts Collective, featuring vibrant new voices in the Washington, DC music and theatre scenes, is excited to present The Lives Left Behind at the 2018 Capital Fringe Festival. This collection of short pieces by Joseph Kaz, Frances Pollock, William Kenlon, and Michael Oberhauser, celebrates the operatic tradition while also telling fresh, new stories that speak…
Chamber works for clarinet and piano that highlight the diverse voices of American music and culture. Music by Bernstein, Gershwin, Horovitz, and a recently commissioned work by Jamie Whitmarsh.
Music by Mieczyslaw Weinberg, Fitelberg, Jamie Whitmarsh, and Joshua Williams Mills.
Symphony Number One will perform at TEDxMidAtlantic 2017 on October 28, 2017. Music Director Jordan Randall Smith will give a TED talk on classical music, followed by a world premiere by SNO Composer-in-Residence, Ben Goldberg.
SNO will perform Bruckner’s Symphony No. 7, a major world premiere by composer Carolyn Chen, and a brand new arrangement of the Star-Spangled Banner dedicated to The War Memorial Commission by local veteran and composer Mark Maarder. Presented In partnership with the War Memorial Arts Initiative, Joshua Bornfield, coordinator.