Consonance-Dissonance: ACLU Fundraising Concert includes work by Kareem Roustom

Kareem Roustom‘s Buhur for clarinet and string trio will receive its West Cost Premiere in a benefit concert and exhibit in Los Angeles, CA scheduled for June 21, 2017. The program will also feature music of Golijov, Palestrina, Shostakovich, and Villa-Lobos in an eclectic program alongside a painting exhibit by Guy Walker. All proceeds raised will be… Read More Consonance-Dissonance: ACLU Fundraising Concert includes work by Kareem Roustom

Daron Hagen leads workshop at fresh inc

Daron Hagen was a guest expert at the fresh inc festival via skype. He discussed his work Orson Rehearsed. June 12, 2017. Daron Hagen led an interactive workshop to help composer participants redefine their artistic visions. A description of Orson Rehearsed, his new “post-genre interdisciplinary prestidigitation” for singer-instrumentalist-actors will serve as the starting point of the… Read More Daron Hagen leads workshop at fresh inc

The Emerging Art of Choral Theater: #twitterlieder by James Eakin

“Is this growing trend a gimmick? Or a glimpse of the future? Choral music making is all about the sound, not what you see on stage.” In a recent article from Chorus America, the San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus’ performance and premiere of James Eakin’s #twitterlieder was highlighted in an examination of choral-theater, a developing trend… Read More The Emerging Art of Choral Theater: #twitterlieder by James Eakin

Empire City Men’s Chorus celebrates music of Conrad Susa, “The Treasured Volume”

May 13 & 16, 2017 at 8 pm The Church of the Holy Apostles 296 9th Avenue @ W.28th Street New York, NY 10001 Artistic Director, Vince Peterson Accompanist, Sam Shull For 2017, the Empire City Men’s Chorus (ECMC) celebrates American composer, Conrad Susa (1935-2013), who was teacher, mentor and great friend to their Artistic Director… Read More Empire City Men’s Chorus celebrates music of Conrad Susa, “The Treasured Volume”