Amernet String Quartet with Rachel Calloway performing Arnold Schoenberg’s “String Quartet No. 2 in F-sharp minor” Op.10 at New Music New College on October 7, 2017 in the Mildred Sainer Pavilion on the campus of New College of Florida
Amernet String Quartet performing Toshio Hosokawa’s “Kalligraphie: 6 Pieces for Quartet” at New Music New College on October 7, 2017 in the Mildred Sainer Pavilion on the campus of New College of Florida
Byzantium by Michalis Andronikou, performed by the RezonEns Vocal Ensemble under Michael Serkov, at the Esthonian Church “Jaani Kirik,” in St. Petersburg, Russia, on the 12th of May, 2016. http://www.andronikou.gr/
“Do not be angry with the rain; it simply does not know how to fall upwards.” ― Vladimir Nabokov http://mandronikou.wixsite.com/website Oberon Guitar Trio http://ralphmaier.com/ http://www.mtroyal.ca/ProgramsCourses/FacultiesSchoolsCentres/TheConservatory/ContactUs/Faculty/cons_bio_visscher.htm
“We Say Farewell,” composed by Dr. Michalis Andronikou, is based on Dr. Luann Hiebert’s poem, dedicated to the memory of Russian operatic baritone Dmitri Hvorostovsky. The piece is performed by baritone David Klassen and pianist Tracey Regier Sawatzky. Dr. Andronikou is Associate Professor of Composition & Theory at Providence and Dr. Hiebert is Instructor of […]
Sometimes My Arms Bend Back (2015) for toy piano and percussion trio By Daniel Harrison Jacob Dike, toy piano, Zach Webb, percussion, Anthony Grande, percussion, David Abraham, percussion 2/7/17 Cohen Family Studio Theatre
Everything is Broken, We Sing (2016) for cello and piano By Daniel Harrison Caitlyn Chenault, cello Andy villemez, piano 2/7/17 Cohen Family studio Theatre program note: The title, Everything Is Broken, We Sing can be read in two different ways. It expresses the idea that the world is in turmoil, but we still sing, coming […]
The Lonely Villa is a 1909 American short silent crime drama film directed by D. W. Griffith. The film stars David Miles, Marion Leonard and Mary Pickford in one of her first film roles. It is based on the 1901 French play Au Telephone (At the Telephone) by André de Lorde. A print of The […]
Performed live by Mivos Quartet on April 18, 2018 Composed By Erich Barganier Mivos Quartet is: Olivia De Prato – Violin Lauren Cauley Kalal – Violin Victor Lowrie Tafoya – Viola Mariel Roberts – Cello More info on Mivos Quartet at www.mivosquartet.com More info about Erich Barganier at www.barganiermusic.com
Xiao-Xuan Yang Dancigers dancing her piece “Signal” to Luciano Berio’s “Thema (Omaggio a Joyce)” at New Music New College on November 19, 2017 in the Black Box Theater on the campus of New College of Florida
Pianist Marilyn Lerner, bassist Ken Filiano, and drummer Lou Grassi performing an entirely improvised concert at New Music New College on January 20, 2018 in Club Sudakoff on the campus of New College of Florida
New College students, faculty, and staff, along with members of the community, ensemblenewSRQ, and faculty from SCF, perform It’s Alive! A Monstrous Circus On Frankenstein on March 4, 2018 outdoors on the Koski Plaza on the campus of New College of Florida. John Cage’s “Circus On,” using the base text of the 1818 edition of […]
Dither performing Lisa Renée Coons’s “Cross-sections: Entropion” at New Music New College on April 21, 2018 in the Mildred Sainer Pavilion of New College of Florida. Dither are Taylor Levine, James Moore, Gyan Riley, and special guest Brendon Randall-Myers.
Dither performing James Moore’s “Mannequin” at New Music New College on April 21, 2018 in the Mildred Sainer Pavilion of New College of Florida. Dither are Taylor Levine, James Moore, Gyan Riley, and special guest Brendon Randall-Myers.
Dither performing Gyan Riley’s “SuperPumperSuperTender” at New Music New College on April 21, 2018 in the Mildred Sainer Pavilion of New College of Florida. Dither are Taylor Levine, James Moore, Gyan Riley, and special guest Brendon Randall-Myers.
Dither performing Paula Matthusen’s “but because without this” at New Music New College on April 21, 2018 in the Mildred Sainer Pavilion of New College of Florida. Dither are Taylor Levine, James Moore, Gyan Riley, and special guest Brendon Randall-Myers.
A short version of “Directionlessness”, a solo piece for vibraphone and five, highly amplified, glass tubes, which are played by water drips. Composed and performed by Luís Bittencourt. Live Recording at Nota Alta show, presented by Rui Massena at Porto Canal TV, Portugal.
Dither performing Taylor Levine’s “Renegade” at New Music New College on April 21, 2018 in the Mildred Sainer Pavilion of New College of Florida. Dither are Taylor Levine, James Moore, Gyan Riley, and special guest Brendon Randall-Myers.
Dither performing Brendon Randall-Myers’s “Dynamics of Vanishing Bodies” at New Music New College on April 21, 2018 in the Mildred Sainer Pavilion of New College of Florida. Dither are Taylor Levine, James Moore, Gyan Riley, and special guest Brendon Randall-Myers.
Members of the Washington Master Chorale, Thomas Colohan, conductor Ian Swensen, violin Robert DiLutis, clarinet Tanya Anisimova, cello Arts Laureate – Audio and Video Kevin Bourassa, audio engineer Christian Amonson, camera Stephen Brouillette and Kevin Eikenberg, video editing Still photos by Jessica Krash Young Vilna was also recorded for Albany Records on an album called, […]
Turns of Phrase composed by Jessica Krash Laura Kaufman, flute and Jessica Krash, piano www.jessicakrash.com Arts Laureate, audio and video Kevin Bourassa, audio engineer Kevin Eikenberg, video Turns of Phrase is also recorded on Albany Records, on an album called “Past Made Present: The Music of Jessica Krash.” For the score, contact email@example.com Turns of […]
Justin Croushore, trombone Emma Hughey, viola Recorded July 22, 2016 at Colby College in Waterville, ME. Purchase sheet music: http://www.tylerklinemusic.com/product-page/3142e0c0-ab69-8083-ae57-3844957898f6 Learn more: http://www.tylerklinemusic.com
The piece of “Dam” is based on the first line of the sonnet “Seize the moment” written by Dr. Javad Nourbakhsh. The purpose of this sonic experience is to present the concept of “being mindful in every single moment of life” through the medium of sounds. Applying various audio manipulating techniques (especially time stretching and […]
Composed by Julius Eastman Score realization by Tim Leopold Performed by Alarm Will Sound Live at the Sheldon Concert Hall, Feb 8, 2018 Filmed by Four/Ten Media Alarm Will Sound: Erin Lesser, flute Christa Robinson, oboe Bill Kalinkos, clarinet Elisabeth Stimpert, clarinet Michael Harley, bassoon Matt Marks, horn Tim Leopold, trumpet Michael Clayville, trombone Chris […]
video by four/ten media please listen to Eastman’s remarks pertaining to this piece here: June 23, 2017 – joint presentation of nief-norf summer festival and the MinSoc International Conference https://www.facebook.com/events/2341072806117833/ Piano: Andrea Lodge Georgia Mills Brianna Matzke Daniel Schreiner Jon Clancy Neil Krzeski
In the Shade of an Acacia Tree for Solo Viola by Ayumi Okada Recorded in New York City in September 2017 Rose Hashimoto – Viola Recorded by Ayumi Okada Edited by Lucas Tahiruzzaman Syed The sheet music of this piece is available at Abundant Silence: https://www.abundantsilence.org/store/p55/In_the_Shade_of_an_Acacia_Tree%2C_by_Ayumi_Okada.html Artist website: Rose Hashimoto http://www.rosehashimoto.com/ Ayumi Okada http://ayumiokada.com/ _______________________________________________ […]
Daniel Walden, harpsichord Urban Playground Chamber Orchestra Thomas Cunningham, conductor 06 October 2017 | 8 PM Evan Williams | Dead White Man Music The great man theory was a view of history popular in the nineteenth century that posited that society was advanced by a succession of “great men,” who influenced history through the centuries. […]
Contemporaneous performs the world premiere of Kyle Gann’s Cap Rock Wind (2016). The piece was commissioned by commissioned by the Adele and John Gray Endowment Fund and Contemporaneous. www.kylegann.com www.contemporaneous.org Program note: In 1947, folk singer Woody Guthrie wrote a novel titled House of Earth. It was a story of living in the Texas panhandle […]
To learn more about Vytautas Smetona visit: http://vytautassmetona.com/ I completed “Fantasy” for piano solo in August 2015 and recorded the version you hear and see in March 2017. It differs from the two other works I have written that you may be familiar with, both of which are jocund in character and brief. “Capriccio” is […]
Time I is a grounded, present dimension. Slow and deliberate, this trapeze routine by Elli Huber was filmed in slow motion, moving in and out of Time I. Trapeze routine choreographed and performed by Elli Huber (www.elli-huber.com) Time I from Picnic At Hanging Rock, released September 1, 2016 Composer: Peggy Polias https://peggypolias.bandcamp.com/album/picnic-at-hanging-rock Piano: Ian Munro […]
Time III is a heightened dimension, where consciousness is set aside. This video was animated by 3D motion graphics artist Stephanie Cholakyan (https://www.sc3d.xyz/), beautifully fitting the theme of ‘geometry’ and ‘time beyond time’. Time III from Picnic At Hanging Rock, released September 1, 2016 Composer: Peggy Polias https://peggypolias.bandcamp.com/albu… Piano: Philip Eames Sound Engineer: James Passfield […]