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Brooklyn , NY – 06/21/18 – Christian Science Reading Room – Make Music NY- Bowers Fader Duo

Who Make Music NY- Bowers Fader Duo When Thursday, June 21, 2018 2:00pm – Where Christian Science Reading Room (map) 338 Flatbush Avenue Brooklyn , NY 11237 Other InfoAs part of this all-day city-wide festival of free music, The Bowers Fader Duo will play a recital of new and old music, including plenty of audience favorites, on the sidewalk in front of the Reading Room

Admission is free

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New York, NY – 06/16/18 – Goddard Riverside, Bernie Wohl Center – Composers Concordance \”Generations VIII – Art Songs\” – United States

Who Composers Concordance “Generations VIII – Art Songs” When Saturday, June 16, 2018 7:30pm – Where Goddard Riverside, Bernie Wohl Center (map) 647 Columbus Ave ​ New York, NY, United States 10024 Other Info Composers Concordance presents “Generations VIII – Art Songs” The Bowers Fader Duo will be guests on this concert, featuring winners of the Composers Concordance annual composition competition, the

theme this year being Art Songs.

Works by Woolf, Cooper, Gotay, Pritsker, and others.

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Cape May, NJ – 05/29/18 – Episcopal Church of the Advent – Folk and Dance in Chamber Music Concert

Who Folk and Dance in Chamber Music Concert When Tuesday, May 29, 2018 8:00pm – Where Episcopal Church of the Advent (map) 612 Franklin St. Cape May, NJ Other InfoWorks by Bocherini, Piazzolla, Boccherini, and others. Oren Fader guitar Eliot Balin Cello

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Long Island City, NY – 05/18/18 – The Secret Theatre, Main Stage – Bowers Fader Duo plays the 2018 Queens New Music Festival

Who Bowers Fader Duo plays the 2018 Queens New Music Festival When Friday, May 18, 2018 6:00pm – Where The Secret Theatre, Main Stage (map) 44‐02 23rd Street Long Island City, NY 11101 Other InfoRandom Access Music presents The 2018 Queens New Music Festival The Bowers Fader Duo will present a full recital as part of this exciting

festival at The Secret Theater, 44-02 23rd Street, Long Island City, Queens

The program will include music by Frank Brickle, David Claman,

Paul Salerni, Hilary Purrington, Tim Mukherjee,

Scott Wheeler, and Erin Rogers

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Old Westbury, NY – 05/05/18 – Old Westbury Gardens – Poetica Musica: 1918 – COMPOSERS OF THE GREAT WAR

Who Poetica Musica: 1918 – COMPOSERS OF THE GREAT WAR When Saturday, May 5, 2018 8:00pm – Where Old Westbury Gardens (map) 71 Old Westbury Road Old Westbury, NY 11568 Other Info1918 – COMPOSERS OF THE GREAT WAR Saturday, May 5, 2018 at 8:00 PM 71 Old Westbury Road, Old Westbury, NY 11568 (www.oldwestburygardens.org) Artists: Poetica Musica Chamber Ensemble: Hayk Arsenyan, pianist, Barry Crawford, flutist, Oren Fader, guitarist, Eleanor Valkenburg, soprano and guest artist Sanije Matoshi, mezzo soprano (Kosovo)

Works by: Britten, Bartok, Villa-Lobos, Rachmaninoff and others

A tour of the House will be conducted at 6:45 pm
A pre-concert talk at 7:30 pm
A wine and pastry reception in the West Porch will follow the concert
Tickets are $25.00 Students, Seniors, Members and $30.00 General Admission
For information and reservations, please visit www.oldwestburygardens.org or call (516) 333-0048 ext. 301

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New York, NY – 04/30/18 – Thalia Theater at Symphony Space – Cutting Edge Concerts: Cygnus Ensemble

Who Cutting Edge Concerts: Cygnus Ensemble When Monday, April 30, 2018 7:30pm – Where Thalia Theater at Symphony Space (map) 2537 Broadway at 95th Street New York, NY 10025-6990 Other InfoThe final concert of Cutting Edge Concerts 21st season features the Cygnus Ensemble. The program includes a world premiere by David Del Tredici, as well as pieces by Morris Rosenzweig, Richard Festinger, and Anna Weesner.

Program:
David Del Tredici: *World Premiere
Morris Rosenzweig: Drang Nicht
Anna Weesner: My Mother in Love
Richard Festinger: Joyce Settings

Cutting Edge Concerts New Music Festival, now in its 21st season, was founded by the composer and conductor Victoria Bond to feature the music of living composers. CEC has been called “a full-throttle commitment to contemporary music” by Chamber Music America, and “a gift to New Yorkers thirsty for new sounds” by Time Out New York. Discussions with the composers are featured on each program prior to performances by outstanding ensembles and soloists. Highlights of the 2018 festival include a tribute to the late Eric Salzman, with his opera Big Jim and the Small-time Investors (April 9); Sybarite 5 and Shakuhachi master James Schlefer (April 16); Hub New Music featuring Victoria Bond’s Bridges (April 23); and Cygnus Ensemble, presenting a world premiere by David Del Tredici (April 30).

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New York, NY – 04/22/18 – St. Mark\’s Church in the Bowery – Composers Concordance presents \\\”NEC in NYC\\\”

Who Composers Concordance presents “NEC in NYC” When Sunday, April 22, 2018 3:30pm – Where St. Mark’s Church in the Bowery (map) 131 E 10th St New York, NY 10003 New York, NY Other InfoComposers Concordance presents “NEC in NYC” The Bowers Fader Duo will be guests on this concert which focuses on graduates of New England Conservatory who live in New York City.

The Duo will perform The Lone Tenement, by Erin Rogers, and Oren will play 2 movements from Michael Gandolfi’s “Harlequin Sketches”.

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New York, NY – 04/13/18 – The Kitchen – MATA Festival

Who MATA Festival When Friday, April 13, 2018 8:00pm – Where The Kitchen (map) 512 West 19th Street New York, NY 10011 Other InfoPast meets present on Friday, April 13th as the 20th MATA Festival presents MATA’s Greatest Hits. The evening will celebrate the festival’s most meaningful pieces, selected by some of those who have shaped MATA’s 20-year history, including Du Yun (artistic director, 2015-2018), Yotam Haber (artistic director, 2011-2015), Missy Mazzoli (executive director, 2007-2010), David T. Little (executive director, 2010-2012) and Lisa Bielawa and Eleonor Sandresky (founders and directors, 1998-2005). The evening will center around a reconstruction, featuring Sandbox Percussion, of experimental composer Randy Hostetler’s P(l)aces, a work which received its world premiere in MATA’s inaugural season, following the composer’s premature death. Also on the program Bolivian composer Carlos Gutierrez Quiroga’s (MATA 2015) Jintili, will be performed by Face the Music together with members of La Paz’s Orquiestra Experimental de Instrumentos Nativos (OEIN). The program will also feature encores of Australian/Dutch composer Kate Moore’s (MATA 2008) hauntingly beautiful Sensitive Spot, performed by Vicky Chow and Eric Wubbels’s (MATA 2012) vibrantly compelling Viola Quartet (IJVER).

Friday, April 13

8PM at the The Kitchen, 512 West 19th Street, NYC
$25

Tickets available at The Kitchen

Carlos Gutierrez Quiroga (Bolivia): Jintili (2012)
Kate Moore (Australia / The Netherlands): Sensitive Spot (2007)
Eric Wubbels (USA): Viola Quartet (IJVER) (2006-7)
Randy Hostetler (USA): P(l)aces (1994)

Sandbox Percussion
Face the Music
Members of the Orquestra Experimental de Instrumentos Nativos
The Friends of MATA
Carl Christian Bettendorf, conductor

with
Vicky Chow, piano
Colin Brookes, Carrie Frey, Sam Kelder, Miranda Sielaff, violas

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Madison, WI – 03/24/18 – University of Wisonsin- Mead Witter School of Music – “Sounding Beckett” – The Intersection of Music and Drama, featuring the Cygnus Ensemble

Who “Sounding Beckett” – The Intersection of Music and Drama, featuring the Cygnus Ensemble When Saturday, March 24, 2018 7:00pm – Where University of Wisonsin- Mead Witter School of Music (map) SCHOOL OF MUSIC 3561 Mosse Humanities Building 455 North Park Street Madison, WI 53706-1483

Other Info“Sounding Beckett” – The Intersection of Music and Drama, featuring the Cygnus Ensemble
A two-day event focused on music inspired by the playwright, Samuel Beckett. Featuring a concert by New York’s Cygnus Ensemble, instrumental master classes, a lecture and panel discussion with Patricia Boyette, UW-Madison professor of theatre & drama, and a reading/workshop of student composers’ pieces.
http://www.music.wisc.edu/event/sounding-beckett-the-intersection-of-music-and-drama-featuring-the-cygnus-ensemble/

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Madison, WI – 03/23/18 – University of Wisonsin- Mead Witter School of Music – “Sounding Beckett” – The Intersection of Music and Drama, featuring the Cygnus Ensemble

Who “Sounding Beckett” – The Intersection of Music and Drama, featuring the Cygnus Ensemble When Friday, March 23, 2018 7:00pm – Where University of Wisonsin- Mead Witter School of Music (map) SCHOOL OF MUSIC 3561 Mosse Humanities Building 455 North Park Street Madison, WI 53706-1483

Other Info“Sounding Beckett” – The Intersection of Music and Drama, featuring the Cygnus Ensemble
A two-day event focused on music inspired by the playwright, Samuel Beckett. Featuring a concert by New York’s Cygnus Ensemble, instrumental master classes, a lecture and panel discussion with Patricia Boyette, UW-Madison professor of theatre & drama, and a reading/workshop of student composers’ pieces.
http://www.music.wisc.edu/event/sounding-beckett-the-intersection-of-music-and-drama-featuring-the-cygnus-ensemble/

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New York, NY – 03/17/18 – OPERA America’s National Opera Center – Anti-Capitalist Concert Series

Who Anti-Capitalist Concert Series When Saturday, March 17, 2018 7:00pm – Where OPERA America’s National Opera Center (map) 330 Seventh Avenue at 29th Street New York, NY Other InfoScorca Hall Premiere of Julie Harting’s new work for solo guitar.

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Bronxville, New York – 02/27/18 – Sarah Lawrence College- Reisinger Hall – Cygnus Ensemble

Who Cygnus Ensemble When Tuesday, February 27, 2018 1:30pm – Where Sarah Lawrence College- Reisinger Hall (map) 1 Mead Way Bronxville, New York 10708 Other Info Cygnus Ensemble performs works by Chet Biscardi, John Yannelli, and Laura Schwendinger

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