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United States
 Thursday, October 15, 2015 at 8:00pm-11:00pm 
Composers Concordance Presents – Pitches at an Exhibition - CHORUS 72 – Art by Rainer Gross
Gallery MC
549 West 52 Street, 8 floor
United States

Tickets: N/A
The eight-piece chorus will feature singers Sharon Harms, Melanie Mitrano, Eleanor Taylor, Melanie Gall, Gonzalo Mena, Charles Coleman, and Doug Shapiro, among others, conducted by Thomas Carlo Bo.

On October 15th, Composers Concordance continues its series ‘Pitches at an Exhibition’ with the art & music event ‘CHORUS 72.’ Presented at the innovative Gallery MC, this will feature Rainer Gross’ epic series ’72,’ inspired by the kabbalah, plus a live performance of nearly fifty one-minute choral compositions inspired by the paintings.

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United States
 Saturday, October 17, 2015 at 8:00pm-10:00pm 
Lydian String Quartet with Tony Arnold, soprano
Slosberg Music Center, Waltham
415 South Street, Waltham MA, 02453
United States
(781) 736-3400

Tickets: $20 Adults | $15 Seniors & Brandeis Community | $5 Students
Lydian String Quartet, Tony Arnold

an event dedicated to the late musician, scholar and beloved Brandeis University professor of music Robert Koff, the world-renowned Lydian String Quartet kicks off their Brandeis University season with Brandeis Creative Arts Award recipient Tony Arnold, soprano. Please join us for a pre-concert talk with members of the quartet at 7 p.m. as well as a post-concert reception with the artists at the Slosberg Music Center.

Richard Wernick : String Quartet No. 5
Harold Meltzer : Aqua
Johannes Brahms : String Quartet No. 1 in C minor, op. 51 no. 1

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United States
 Sunday, October 18, 2015 at 3:00 p.m. 
BMOP Pays Musical Tribute to Armenia 10/18
Jordan Hall, Boston
30 Gainsborough Street
United States

Tickets: $20-50
Joining BMOP on the Jordan Hall stage are guests artists Nareh Arghamanyan (piano), Terry Everon (trumpet), the Harvard-­Radcliffe Collegium Musicum, and Boston University’s Marsh Chapel Choir.

The Boston Modern Orchestra Project (BMOP), the nation’s premier orchestra dedicated exclusively to commissioning, performing, and recording new orchestral music, opens its 20th anniversary season with Resilient Voices: 1915-­2015, a concert commemorating the centennial of the Armenian genocide, in collaboration with Friends of Armenian Culture Society. The program includes 20th century works by Komitas/Aslamazyan, Alan Hovhaness, and Dmitri Shostakovich, as well as the Boston premiere of Tigran Mansurian’s 2009 Requiem.

Tigran Mansurian : Requiem
Alan Hovhaness : Khrimian Hairig
Dmitri Shostakovich : Piano Concerto No. 1

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United States
 Saturday, October 24, 2015 at 8:00pm-10:00pm 
Eric Chasalow 60th Birthday Concert with Dinosaur Annex Music Ensemble
Slosberg Music Center, Waltham
415 South Street, Waltham MA, 02453
United States
(781) 736-3400

Tickets: FREE
Dinosaur Annex

The Brandeis University Department of Music presents a free evening with Dinosaur Annex Music Ensemble in honor of the 60th birthday of Dean of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences and Irving Fine Professor of Music Eric Chasalow, known for creating a vivid “super-musique concrete” that combines traditional instruments with manipulated pre-recorded sounds.

Mario Davidovsky : Quartetto No. 4
David Rakowski : All That Chas
Yu-Hui Chang : A Long Overdue Sequel
Eric Chasalow : On That Swirl of Ending Dust
Eric Chasalow : Due (Cinta)mani

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United States
 Saturday, October 24, 2015 at 8pm 
Broadway Theatre Center
158 N Broadway
United States

Tickets: $15, $25, and $35
Present Music
Cory Smythe

Fiery? Impetuous? Calm? Which alter ego will you don for this evening of masqueraded revelry? Play with zany characters as we collaborate with Quasimondo Physical Theatre for an evening of costumed revelry.

Allow your senses to be ravished by the sumptuous performance of PM ensemble member and 2015 Grammy award winning pianist Cory Smythe performing the music of Robert Schumann, Sciarrino, John Zorn and his own original pieces and improvisations.

Join us afterwards for our very own carnival, fabulous drinks and a costume contest to crown the King and Queen of the Night! Costumes and masks highly encouraged! (Program subject to change.This concert is not intended for children under 10.)

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United States
 Saturday, October 31, 2015 at 8:00pm-10:00pm 
Clarinetist/Composer Kinan Azmeh
Slosberg Music Center, Waltham
415 South Street, Waltham MA, 02453
United States
(781) 736-3400

Tickets: $20 Adults | $15 Seniors & Brandeis Community | $5 Students
Kinan Azmeh, painter and digital artist Kevork Mourad, and film maker and writer Khalil Younes

From Syria, clarinetist and composer Kinan Azmeh (“intensely soulful, a virtuoso” – The New York Times), is joined by painter and digital artist Kevork Mourad, and film maker and writer, Khalil Younes in a live, 60-minute audio-visual performance that is the centerpiece the evening’s exploration of the role of the artist in society. In this work, art and music develop in counterpoint to each other, creating a beautiful impressionistic reflection on the Syrian revolution and its aftermath. Also on the program is a premiere of a new work by Kinan Azmeh and film maker Khalil Younes for clarinet, electronics, and string quartet, performed with the Lydian String Quartet, resident faculty ensemble at Brandeis since 1980.

The visiting Syrian artists conclude a week-long residency on the Brandeis campus with the concert on Saturday, October 31, 2015 at 8 p.m (preconcert talk at 7 p.m.) at the Slosberg Music Center.

The pre concert talk “Art, Beauty, and War: A Short History” will be given at 7 p.m. by Dr. James Thompson, Professor of Applied and Social Theater at the University of Manchester and Director of the In Place of War project that supports arts in war and conflict zones. There will be a post-concert reception and conversation with the artists.

Kinan Azmeh : New work for clarinet and live digital illustration
Kinan Azmeh : New work for clarinet, electronics, and string quartet

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United States
 Thursday, November 05, 2015 at 08:00pm 
Husband/Wife Duo Richard and Mika Stoltzman Return to Carnegie 11/5
Weill Recital Hall, Carnegie Hall
New York
United States

Tickets: $50
Richard Stoltzman (clarinet)
Mika Stoltzman (marimba)

World-renowned artists Mika (marimba) and Richard Stoltzman (clarinet) return to Carnegie Hall on November 5, 2015, to showcase their amazing versatility and crossover ability in a one-night only concert event. The program includes works by Chick Corea, John Zorn, Toru Takemitsu, Bach, Ravel, and Stravinsky, as well as the world premiere of William T. McKinley’s 22-movement Mostly Blues for Clarinet and Marimba. Joining the duo on stage are guest artists Eddie Gomez (bass), Adam Albert (clarinet), John Hamann (bass clarinetist), and Miki Orihara (principal dancer of the Martha Graham Dance Company).

Toru Takemitsu : Air
John Zorn : The Nymphs
William Thomas McKinley : Mostly Blues for Clarinet and Marimba
Bill Douglas : Walz Cantando for Marimba and Clarinet
Igor Stravinsky : 3 pieces for solo clarinet

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