Duke New Music Ensemble presents Kate Dreyfuss
New works by Duke graduate composers - James Budinich, Dayton Kinney, Huijuan Ling, and Jason Mulligan
Flannery Cunningham: Depth Sounding (2015)
Shih-Hui Chen: Returning Souls
November 5, 2019 at 8:00pm
Nelson Music Room
Duke University, East Campus
1304 Campus Drive
Durham, NC 27708
Directed by James Budinich, [dnme] brings together undergraduate and graduate students in performing music written in the 20th and 21st centuries, as well as new works by Duke student composers. In addition, [dnme] also collaborates regularly with faculty and guest artists from the Duke University Department of Music and other institutions across North Carolina.
Iva Casian-Lakos gives a lecture on Ruth Crawford Seeger’s Quartet 1931, followed by a performance of the piece.
Simons Center for Geometry and Physics
Stony Brook University
Stony Brook, NY 11794
Reception at 5:00pm
Lecture / performance at 5:30pm
Jennifer Gersten, Kate Dreyfuss, violins
Chelsea Wimmer, viola
Iva Casian-Lakos, cello
Kate Dreyfuss, violin
Miki Aoki and Agata Sorotokin, piano
December 9, 2019 at 3:00pm
Recital Hall, Staller Center for the Arts
Stony Brook University
Debussy - Violin Sonata in G minor
Miki Aoki, piano
Ysayë - Sonata No. 2 for Solo Violin
Stravinsky - Suite Italienne
Miki Aoki, piano
Schubert - Fantasy in C Major
Agata Sorotokin, piano
Musica Reginae 20th Anniversary Concert Season
50 Ascan Avenue, Forest Hills, NY 11378
Tickets $20 adult/$10 students (kids 12 and under free)
Reception to follow
Schumann: Piano Quintet in E-flat Major
Debussy: Violin Sonata in G minor
Kate Dreyfuss and Emmy Tisdel, violins
Erica Schwartz, viola
Francesca McNeeley, cello
Congregation Beth Emeth, Albany, NY, August 16, 2019 at 7:30pm
Pliner/Dreyfuss Home, West Orange, NJ, August 17, 2019 at 4pm
Haydn - String Quartet Op. 20 no. 2
Mendelssohn - String Quartet Op. 80
Jessie Montgomery - Strum
The Space City New Music (SCNMF) concludes with a concert featuring the music of Guest Composer Shih-Hui Chen. The concert closes with a world premiere written for the 2019 Space City New Music Festival performed by SCNMF musicians.
Following a concert of exclusively world premieres, the Space City New Music Festival (SCNMF) hosts a second serving of fresh new music from composers across the globe. These works span a variety of musical styles in various formats and will be performed by our Guest Artist Cameron Leach, Guest Chamber Ensemble HUB New Music, and SCNMF musicians.
This program will feature exclusively world premieres by composers from across the globe. Works will be performed by Guest Artists Cameron Leach and Guest Chamber Ensemble HUB New Music. This concert showcases some of the voices of upcoming generations and will feature a variety of solo and chamber works spanning a diverse range of musical styles.
The second annual Space City New Music Festival (SCNMF) begins with a shared concert featuring Guest Artist Cameron Leach and Guest Chamber Ensemble HUB New Music. The program celebrates a variety of musical styles that showcase our Guest Artists talents, focusing on the diversity that the musical community has to offer.
The Festival in Residence: Kerrytown Concert House – 6/30
John Novacek, Philip Setzer, Paul Watkins, F-Plus
In the Festival’s final performance at Kerrytown Concert House, John Novacek, Philip Setzer, Paul Watkins and F-Plus perform works by Snider, Puts and Mendelssohn, as well as a special performance of Setzer’s very own Elegy for Violin and Piano
SNIDER | The Reserved, The Reticent
PUTS | And Legions Will Rise
SETZER | Elegy for Violin and Piano
MENDELSSOHN | Piano Trio No. 2 in C minor, Op. 66
*Please contact the Kerrytown Concert House at 734-769-2999 or visit kerrytownconcerthouse.com for ticket information.
A Festival Finale feat. Christine Goerke
Sponsored by Plante Moran
Philip Setzer, Lawrence Power, Paul Watkins, Christine Goerke, Callisto Quartet, Detroit Chamber Winds & Strings, F-Plus, Ivalas Quartet, Thalea String Quartet
Join the Festival for a star-studded Closing Night performance featuring Philip Setzer, Lawrence Power, Paul Watkins and more performing the best of Strauss, Bach, Snider, Walker and Turnage. Also, the award-winning dramatic soprano, Christine Goerke, makes her long-awaited Festival debut. Witness the incredible artistry of one of opera’s commanding figures in the beautiful setting of Seligman Performing Arts Center.
PRELUDE | In Conversation with Paul Watkins, Philip Setzer and Sarah Kirkland Snider
STRAUSS | Sextet from “Capriccio”
SNIDER| Thread and Fray
BACH | Cantata 82 “Ich Habe Genug”
WALKER | Lyric for Strings
TURNAGE | Eulogy
STRAUSS | Four Last Songs (arr. James Ledger)
TICKETS: Reserved $72 | General $42 | 35 & Younger $12
Sponsored by the Isabel F. Smith & Ralph L. Smith Foundation
Musical Chairs featuring Philip Setzer, Callisto Quartet, F-Plus, Ivalas Quartet and Thalea String Quartet (following the performance, lunch will be provided courtesy of the Lawrence & Isabel Smith Family Foundation)
Artistic Encounters are professional coachings of Shouse Institute ensembles in a setting similar to a master class. Attend all five events with your punch card, or attend only one and bring four friends along to use up your punches. Punch cards are free with a subscription and $20 for single ticket holders.
10:45 a.m. Artistic Encounters
1 p.m. Luncheon & Discussion
More information/tickets: http://greatlakeschambermusic.org/performance/musical-chairs/
Spotlight: Leila Josefowicz
Sponsored by Martha Pleiss
Leila Josefowicz, John Novacek, F-Plus
Dynamic. Awe-inspiring. Genius. Leila Josefowicz has been called many things throughout her career, making a name for herself as one of today’s most virtuosic violinists. In her very own concert accompanied by longtime collaborator and pianist, John Novacek, witness firsthand how this MacArthur Genius and Avery Fisher Prize Winner captivates concert-goers around the world and has become a fan-favorite among Festival attendees.
PRELUDE: CALHOUN | Fluctuations
STRAVINSKY | Duo Concertant
JANÁČEK | Dumka for Violin and Piano, JW VII/4 Violin Sonata, JW VII/7
KNUSSEN | Reflection
KURTÁG | Tre Pezzi Op. 14e
RAVEL | Violin Sonata No. 2
TICKETS: General $42 | 35 & Younger $12
Community Concerts at the DIA – 6/21 at 7:00 and 8:30 p.m.
Andy Hudson, Callisto Quartet, F-Plus, Thalea String Quartet
Festival Shouse Ensemble F-Plus performs the world premiere of Matthew Barnson’s new work followed by returning Shouse Ensemble, Callisto Quartet, and their performance of Dvořák’s String Quartet No. 14, the last string quartet completed by the composer.
MATTHEW BARNSON | WORLD PREMIERE
DVOŘÁK | String Quartet No. 14 in A-flat major, Op. 105
F-Plus performs Liza Sobel’s 2018 work Trio followed by the Callisto Quartet and F-Plus clarinetist Andy Hudson’s performance of Brahms’ beloved Clarinet Quintet.
SOBEL | Trio for Clarinet, Violin and Percussion
BRAHMS | Clarinet Quintet in B minor, Op. 115
*These performances are free community concerts. No tickets or RSVP necessary. Contact the DIA directly for venue information.
Sponsored by Jill & Steven Stone
Spotlight: Alessio Bax & Lucille Chung
Alessio Bax, Lucille Chung, F-Plus
World-renowned pianists and wedded couple, Lucille Chung and Alessio Bax, made their Festival debut in 2017 receiving a standing ovation and rave reviews from all whom attended. Join this incredibly dynamic duo once again as they perform four-hand and two-piano works from Debussy, Poulenc, Schubert and Ravel.
PRELUDE: ZARE | Lunation 1113
DEBUSSY | Prélude à l’après-midi d’un faune (for piano four hands)
POULENC | Concerto in D minor for two pianos, FP 61
SCHUBERT | Fantasia in F minor, D. 940 (for piano four hands)
POULENC | Sonata, FP8 (for piano four hands)
RAVEL | La Valse (for two pianos)
TICKETS: General $42 | 35 & Younger $12
Contemporaneous performs music of Princeton composers, featuring new music by Natalie Dietterich, Molly Herron, James Moore, Tom Morrison, Annika Sokolofsky, and Dan Trueman
FREE, no tickets required
April 17, 2019 at 8:00pm
Taplin Auditorium in Fine Hall
Princeton, NJ 08540
Hub New Music pays a visit to Media, PA to perform on DCCC's Concert Series.
Mise-en-Place Bushwick | Curator Series
Margaret Schedel, Flannery Cunningham, & Niloufar Nourbakhsh
Kate will perform Depth Sounding (2016) by Flannery Cunningham
Tickets available here: $15 general, $10 student
678 Hart Street #1B
Brooklyn, NY 11221
Bang on a Can and the Jewish Museum present ETHEL and Julia Wolfe
Thursday, February 28, 2019 - 7:30pm
New York, NY
The “extraordinarily skilled, passionate musicians” (NY Times) in ETHEL perform the complete string quartets of Julia Wolfe: Dig Deep, early that summer, Four Marys, and Blue Dress for String Quartet. This is the first ever performance of ALL of Julia Wolfe's string quartets at one time, on one stage. Julia Wolfe's string quartets, as described by The New Yorker, "combine the violent forward drive of rock music with an aura of minimalist serenity [using] the four instruments as a big guitar, whipping psychedelic states of mind into frenzied and ecstatic climaxes." This performance is presented in conjunction with the exhibition of fellow New York City cultural icon Martha Rosler: Irrespective.
Tickets available here
Bald Head Island Chapel
105 Light House Wynd
Bald Head Island, NC 28461
Bach: Sonata No. 1 in G minor, BWV 1001
Beethoven: Violin Concerto, 1st movement
Paganini: Caprice No. 15
Suk: 4 Pieces, Op. 17
I. Quasi Ballata
III. Un poco triste
Program subject to change
The Contemporary Chamber Players, founded by renowned performance faculty artist Gilbert Kalish and currently directed by Eduardo Leandro, has been hailed by The New York Times as "a small army of musicians who demonstrate consistent accomplishment."
Finola Merivale: Falling Flames
Christopher Stark: Borrowed Chords
F-PLUS in residence at Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music. Concerts on November 10th and 11th featuring music by CCM composers, as well as some of our favorite repertoire we have gained over the past year.
Sunday, October 21, 2018 | 7:00 pm
National Sawdust | 80 N 6th Street, Brooklyn, NY
Tickets available soon
Lithuanian-American composer and performer Abraham Brody creates deeply multi-layered works which incorporate electronics, synthesizers, his mesmerizing voice, and immersive video installations. Tapping into the mystical power of the music of his Baltic roots, Brody performs a new song cycle alongside Contemporaneous. The ensemble also performs Conor Brown's astonishingly beautiful Balkan-inspired music and a crystalline work by Lithuanian composer Nomeda Valanciute.
Gamper Festival of Contemporary Music
Bowdoin International Music Festival
Thursday, July 5, 2018
Studzinski Recital Hall, Bowdoin College
12 Campus Rd S
Brunswick, ME 04011
John Harbison: "Six American Painters"
Laura del Sol Jimenez, flute; Kate Dreyfuss, violin; Erica Schwartz, viola; Kimberly Jeong, cello
Andreia Pinto Correia: "Dalla Legenda Aurea"
James Austin Smith, oboe; Kate Dreyfuss, violin; Georgina Rossi, viola; Jiaoyang Xu, cello