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21 May



United States
 Sunday, May 21, 2017 at 4:00PM-6:00PM 
New Voices
Old Stone House
336 3rd St, Brooklyn, NY 11215
United States
http://theoldstonehouse.org

Tickets: $25/$15
Laura Strickling, Elisabeth Marshall, soprano; Steven Eddy, baritone; Pascal Archer, clarinet;
Michael Brofman, Miori Sugiyama, piano

On Sunday, May 21st, 2017 Brooklyn Art Song Society will present its season finale, a concert of songs written after 2010, as part of its New Voices series. Two works will be world premieres: A new work by Tom Cipullo written to celebrate the wedding of artistic director Michael Brofman and Glen Rovens Three Songs by Thomas Hardy for baritone and bass-clarinet. Also on the program: Scott Wheelers swashbuckling Ben Gunn Songs on texts from Treasure Island (which BASS premiered in 2015), Michael Djuptroms lushly romantic Three Teasdale Songs and James Kellembachs epic A Primer of Bird on texts by Ted Hughes. Sopranos Laura Strickling and Elisabeth Marshall and baritone Steven Eddy perform works written specifically for their voice.


Tom Cipullo : New Work
James Kallembach : A Primer of Birds
Glen Roven : Three Poems by Thomas Hardy
Scott Wheeler : Ben Gunn
Michael Djuptom : Three Teasdale Songs

21 May



United States
 Sunday, May 21, 2017 at 4:00pm 
The Dessoff Choirs in Concert: A New Amorous World
Holy Trinity Church
3 West 65th Street, New York City, NY
United States

Tickets: $15-35
The Dessoff Choirs
Voices of Haiti
United Nations International School Senior Chorus

Hailed as “one of the great amateur choruses of our time (New York Today) for its “full-bodied sound and suppleness (The New York Times),” The Dessoff Choirs completes its 92nd season with an unforgettable concert dedicated to utopian visions. The Dessoff Choirs welcomes intergenerational and cross-cultural guest artists including the United Nations International School Senior Choir and its director Mr. Daniel Stroup, and Johanne Francois and Wenson Delice, co-directors of “Voices of Haiti,” a children’s choir based in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. The featured piece on the program The New Amorous World will be complemented by contemporary choral music sung in the original language from Haiti, China, and the Middle East.

Lembit Beecher : The New Amorous World

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United States
 Tuesday, May 23, 2017 at 12:00pm 
Renowned Organist Gail Archer Performs Free Concert in St Paul, MN 5/23
Church of St Louis
506 Cedar Street
United States
651-224-3379

Tickets: Free
Organist Gail Archer

Gail Archer is an international concert organist, recording artist, choral conductor and lecturer who draws attention to composer anniversaries or musical themes with her annual recital series including Max Reger: The Last Romantic, The Muse’s Voice, An American Idyll, Liszt, Bach, Mendelssohn and Messiaen. Ms. Archer was the first American woman to play the complete works of Olivier Messiaen for the centennial of the composer’s birth in 2008; Time Out New York recognized the Messiaen cycle as “Best of 2008” of classical music and opera.

Cesar Cui : Prelude in G Minor

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United States
 Friday, June 02, 2017 at 7:30pm - 9:00pm 
Not Less Than the Good
Morgan Library
New York
United States

Tickets: $25 /$20
New Thread Quartet
J.D. McClatchy
David Morneau

Not Less Than the Good is a musical sunrise, a celebration of morning as embraced by Thoreau in Walden. Thoreau wrote about morning as a metaphor for intellectual and spiritual awakening: “The morning, which is the most memorable season of the day, is the awakening hour.” Commissioned by New Thread Quartet and composed by David Morneau, Not Less Than the Good simulates a sunrise by combining the meditative playing of the saxophone quartet with ambient synthesizers. The music grows from a single quiet note, adding notes and timbres, growing in fullness and depth. Underneath this are sounds recorded during the pre-dawn and early morning hours at Walden Pond: a chorus of insects, the lone song of dawn’s first bird which is joined by others in a raucous counterpoint, and the splashing of morning swimmers. The hour-long performance is punctuated by readings of excerpts from Walden—a secular prayer of hope for enlightenment—performed by poet J. D. McClatchy.

Morneau composed Not Less Than the Good for the bicentennial of Thoreau’s birth (July 12, 2017). In Walden, Thoreau invites us to reject the life we’re expected to live, through a pursuit of self enlightenment, through the effort to wake up. His words remain vital today. “I know of no more encouraging fact than the unquestionable ability of man to elevate his life by a conscious endeavor.”


David Morneau : Not Less Than the Good

2 Jun



United States
 Friday, June 02, 2017 at 7:30pm 
Odyssey Opera Continues Wilde Opera Nights with Patience, or Bunthorne's Bride
Boston University Theatre
264 Huntington Avenue
United States

Tickets: $25 and Up
Reginald Bunthorne: Aaron Engebreth (baritone)
Patience: Sara Heaton (soprano)
Archibald Grosvenor: Paul Max Tipton (baritone)*
Lady Jane: Janna Baty (mezzo-soprano)
Colonel Calverley: James Maddalena (baritone)
Lieut. The Duke of Dunstable: Steve Goldstein (tenor)
Lady Angela: Jaime Korkos (soprano)*
Lady Ella: Sara Womble (soprano)*
Lady Saphir: Heather Gallagher (mezzo-soprano)*
Conductor: Gil Rose
Stage Director: Frank Kelley

Odyssey Opera completes its Wilde Opera Nights series, a season-long exploration of operatic works inspired by the writings and world of Oscar Wilde. For two nights, Odyssey Opera presents a fully-staged performance of Arthur Sullivan and W.S. Gilbert’s early hit, Patience; or, Bunthorne’s Bride (1881). Inspired by the aesthetes of Victorian England of the late 1800s, this two-act comic opera delves into the world that Wilde skewered with his pen. Directed by Frank Kelley, with conductor Gil Rose and full orchestra and chorus, Patience welcomes back several Odyssey Opera alumni to the stage including lead vocalists Aaron Engrebreth (baritone) as Reginald Bunthorne and Sara Heaton (soprano) as Patience.

Arthur Sullivan : Patience, or Bunthorne's Bride

3 Jun



United States
 Saturday, June 03, 2017 at 7:30pm 
Odyssey Opera Continues Wilde Opera Nights with Patience, or Bunthorne's Bride
Boston University Theatre
264 Huntington Avenue
United States

Tickets: $25 and Up
Reginald Bunthorne: Aaron Engebreth (baritone)
Patience: Sara Heaton (soprano)
Archibald Grosvenor: Paul Max Tipton (baritone)*
Lady Jane: Janna Baty (mezzo-soprano)
Colonel Calverley: James Maddalena (baritone)
Lieut. The Duke of Dunstable: Steve Goldstein (tenor)
Lady Angela: Jaime Korkos (soprano)*
Lady Ella: Sara Womble (soprano)*
Lady Saphir: Heather Gallagher (mezzo-soprano)*
Conductor: Gil Rose
Stage Director: Frank Kelley


Odyssey Opera completes its Wilde Opera Nights series, a season-long exploration of operatic works inspired by the writings and world of Oscar Wilde. For two nights, Odyssey Opera presents a fully-staged performance of Arthur Sullivan and W.S. Gilbert’s early hit, Patience; or, Bunthorne’s Bride (1881). Inspired by the aesthetes of Victorian England of the late 1800s, this two-act comic opera delves into the world that Wilde skewered with his pen. Directed by Frank Kelley, with conductor Gil Rose and full orchestra and chorus, Patience welcomes back several Odyssey Opera alumni to the stage including lead vocalists Aaron Engrebreth (baritone) as Reginald Bunthorne and Sara Heaton (soprano) as Patience.

Arthur Sullivan : Patience, or Bunthorne's Bride

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