Calendar of Music Events
Sunday, December 10, 2023 - 3:00pm
the 75th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights this
is a special concert of music celebrating freedom and human rights,
honoring Narges Mohammadi, a Prisoner of Conscience and recipient of the
2023 Nobel Peace Prize, whom Group 11 has sought to free from prison in
Iran. All of the music in this concert is concerned with human rights
in various parts of the world.
Sunday, December 10, 2023 - 7:30pm
Music performs music by Alban Berg, Arnold Schoenberg, Milton Babbitt,
and Christopher Bailey. The ensemble will be joined by Mezzo-Soprano
Kayleigh Butcher who will perform Schoenberg's song cycle Das Buch Der
Hängenden Gärten, Opus 15. Also on the program is Alban Berg's Four
Pieces For Clarinet And Piano, Opus 5, and Milton Babbitt's Canonical
Form. The program will also include a screening of Christopher Bailey's
The Stuffed Ones, a microtonal electronic work with accompanying film.
At the intermission, there will be a roundtable discussion of the
evolution of Arnold Schoenberg and his impact on music in the
Twenty-First Century with Joshua Banks Mailman, Julie Harting,
Christopher Bailey, and Mikel Kuehn.
Tickets are available on Eventbrite at this link.collidemus.com
Sunday, December 17, 2023 - 3:30pm
Women’s Chamber Choir, directed by Marie Caruso, presents "The Waiting
Sky: Music to Celebrate the Season” this December in New York City. The
program features medieval carols and chants of the season; rarely heard
pieces by Renaissance composers Leonora d’Este and Agostino Agazzari;
two strikingly different settings of “Angelus ad Pastores Ait”—one by
Sulpitia Cesis (1619), the other by David Burks (2010), as well as other
compositions by contemporary composers—Oliver Tarney’s “The Waiting
Sky,” Ēriks Ešenvalds’s “Panis Angelicus,” and Mark Sirett’s “Christmas
Sunday, January 21, 2024 - 3:00pm
Chamberlain's BAND of BONES has been celebrating the birthday of master
trombonist JJ Johnson since 2012. On Jan. 21, 2024 we celebrate his
CENTENNIAL, featuring guest artists STEVE TURRE and JAMES BURTON III, as
well as vocalist ANTOINETTE MONTAGUE. There will be two sets: 3pm and
4pm. All music will be related to JJ -- his compositions, his
arrangements, and tunes dedicated to him. Don't miss this special event!
Admission is $30 admission (seniors & students $20). Cash at the door. No credit cards. No advance sale.