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Events for September 2014
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Sep 4, 2014
As One
Dates: Sep 4-7
Auditorium: BAM Fisher
Contact: aopapprentice@gmail.com
  321 Ashland Place
  New York, NY United States
Phone: 718.398.4024
e-mail: aopapprentice@gmail.com
Web: http://www.bam.org/asone

AMERICAN OPERA PROJECTS PREMIERES AS ONE, A CHAMBER OPERA FOR TWO VOICES BY LAURA KAMINSKY, MARK CAMPBELL, AND KIMBERLY REED AT BAM FISHER, SEPTEMBER 4-7, 2014 With mezzo-soprano Sasha Cooke and baritone Kelly Markgraf sharing the role of the transgender protagonist, and featuring the Fry Street String Quartet BROOKLYN, NY—AOP (American Opera Projects) announces the world premiere of As One, with music and concept by AOP’s newly-named composer in residence Laura Kaminsky, and with an original libretto by Mark Campbell and Kimberly Reed. With compassion, candor, and humor, As One chronicles the experiences of a transgender person as she emerges into harmony with herself and the world around her. Performances take place at BAM Fisher (321 Ashland Place, Brooklyn, NY 11217) from September 4 and 6 at 8 pm, and September 7 at 3 pm. Tickets are $25 and will go on sale in mid-July at BAM.org/AsOne.

Sep 6, 2014
"Music is Free"- Anastasia René Trio
Dates: Sat., September 6 at 2:00 PM
Auditorium: Theater for the New City
Contact: js@jsnyc.com
  155 First Ave., Manhattan
  New York, NY United States
Phone: 212-254-1109
e-mail: js@jsnyc.com
Web: http://www.theaterforthenewcity.net

Theater for the New City's "Dream Up Festival," now in its fifth year, has added a musical component.  Jules Bistro, the music club/bistro located at 65 Saint Marks Place, has partnered with the Festival to offer “Music is Free,” a series of various jazz artists performing live at TNC. Three performances will be offered, at which admission is free but reservations are strongly recommended. To sign up for a seat, email tncdreamup@gmail.con stating your name and number of tickets you are requesting. All events are at Theater for the New City, 155 First Ave. (at East Tenth Street). With Anastasia René (vocalist), Robert Anthony Sexton (guitar) and Skip Scott (drums).  Ms. René  has been compared to Sarah Vaughan, Chaka Khan, Cassandra Wilson, Julia Fordham and Nina Simone.

Verismo Opera Open House. Celebrating 25 Years of Grand Opera.
Dates: Sept 06
Sponsor: Verismo Opera
Auditorium: The Performing Arts School of the Bergen Performing Arts Center, 1 Depot Square, Englewood, New Jersey
  verismooperanj@yahoo.com
  Englewood, NJ United States
Phone: 1201816816035
e-mail: verismooperanj@yahoo.com
Web: http://verismopera.org

Artistic Director Lucine Amara, a Met Opera luminary, invites the public, singers, and actors to attend. bergenPAC's house opera company will discuss its 25-year history, mission, chorus auditions, and behind-the-scenes activities. Opportunities for singers, supernumeraries, volunteers, and others to participate in the company will be presented. Memorabilia and exhibits will be on display. A silent auction will be held.

Sep 8, 2014
Overture: Opera Workshops for Adults
Dates: Sept 8, 15, 22, 29
Auditorium: San Francisco War Memorial Opera House
  301 Van Ness Avenue
  San Francisco, United States
Phone: (415) 864-3330
Web: http://sfopera.com/OvertureWorkshops.aspx

Opera awakens all the senses with super-human singing, spectacular visuals, dramatic character portrayals, and the thrill of an orchestra all on one stage. These interactive workshops won’t just deepen your appreciation of the art form; they will take you through the journey of creating an opera. From words to music, sets and costumes to staging, newcomers and seasoned opera-goers alike will learn the process from the ground up and experience San Francisco Opera behind the scenes. The series includes 4 sessions: September 8: Opera is a Story: From Text to Dialogue to Music September 15: Performing: What's It Like to be a Musician? September 22: Production Elements: What Does It Look Like? September 29: Putting it All Together: The Director's Vision

Sep 10, 2014
Grammy Award-Winning Organist Paul Jacobs Performs a Program of Bach and Reger at Paul Hall in New York, NY
Dates: Sept 10
Sponsor: Juilliard
Auditorium: Paul Hall
  155 W 65th Street
  New York, NY United States
Web: http://events.juilliard.edu

The acclaimed organist Paul Jacobs, chair of The Juilliard School’s Organ Department, will appear in recital on Wednesday evening, September 10, 2014 at 8:00 p.m. at Juilliard’s Paul Hall, 155 W 65th Street, New York NY, as part of the Daniel Saidenberg Faculty Recital Series. The program for the evening focuses on the works of two German composers: Bach, and the early modernist composer Max Reger, whom The Grove Dictionary refers to as “the most important German organ composer after Bach.” Reger was heavily influenced by Bach, which can be evidenced especially in his organ works. Although recognized as one of the great composers during his lifetime, Reger’s music is not often performed, to which Mr. Jacobs responds: "Few composers throughout music history have been as misunderstood and unjustly neglected as Reger. The reasons for this are multiple and complex, but I believe that any sensitive listener can immediately grasp the tenderness, humor, drama, and marvelous beauty of his music."

Sep 13, 2014
Pianist Weiyin Chen Opens Her Three-Part Recital Series At Subculture In New York City On September 13, 2014
Dates: Sept 13
Auditorium: SubCulture
Contact: Hemsing Associates
  45 Bleecker Street
  New York, NY United States
Phone: 2127721132
e-mail: carkin@hemsingpr.com
Web: http://subculturenewyork.com/ts_event/weiyinchen/

The remarkable young pianist Weiyin Chen --- one of Taiwan’s leading piano virtuosos -- will be appearing in a three-part series at SubCulture, 45 Bleecker Street, New York, NY. The series’ first concert will be held on Saturday evening, September 13th, 2014 at 7:30 p.m., with Ms. Chen being joined by the Camerata RCO, consisting of members of the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, in a performance of works by Mozart and Mendelssohn. The concert is also part of the 2nd Annual SubCulture PianoFest.

St. Luke's Subway Series
Dates: September 13, 2014
Sponsor: Orchestra of St. Luke's
Auditorium: New York Public Library for the Performing Arts at Lincoln Center
Contact: Meredith VanBenschoten
  111 Amsterdam Ave
  New York, NY United States
Phone: 212.594.6100 x102
e-mail: mvanben@oslmusic.org
Web: http://oslmusic.org/component/ohanah/st-lukes-subway-series-

St. Luke’s Chamber Ensemble comes to The New York Library for the Performing Arts at Lincoln Center for a free one-hour concert featuring music for wind quintet. Bring new or gently-used books for children in under-served communities, to be donated through our partnership with Kids Research Center. Enjoy a gourmet ice cream sandwich after the concert! Coolhaus will sell their delectable ice cream inventions. Seating is first-come, first-served. PERFORMERS St. Luke's Chamber Ensemble PROGRAM LIGETI Six Bagatelles BEACH Pastorale, Op. 151 D’RIVERA Aires Tropicales BARBER Summer Music, Op. 31 BOZZA Scherzo, Op. 48

Sep 14, 2014
Boulder Philharmonic Opening Night
Dates: Sept. 14, 2014
Auditorium: Macky Auditorium
  17th St. and University Ave., CU Campus
  Boulder, CO United States
Phone: 303-449-1343 ext. 2
Web: http://www.boulderphil.org

Boulder Philharmonic Orchestra; Michael Butterman, Music Director The Boulder Phil's season kicks off with the world premiere of Gates of the Arctic. Written by "adventurer-composer" Stephen Lias and accompanied by stunning images of Alaska's backcountry, this work honors the 50th Anniversary of America's Wilderness Act. Venezuelan pianist Gabriela Martinez performs Saint-Saëns' expressive Piano Concerto No. 2, and the evening closes with Rimsky-Korsakov's colorful and exotic Scheherazade, a showcase for our new concertmaster, Charles Wetherbee.

St. Luke's Subway Series - Brooklyn
Dates: September 14, 2014
Sponsor: Orchestra of St. Luke's
Auditorium: Central Library
Contact: Meredith VanBenschoten
  10 Grand Army Plaza
  Brooklyn, NY United States
Phone: 212.594.6100 x102
e-mail: mvanben@oslmusic.org
Web: http://oslmusic.org/component/ohanah/st-lukes-subway-series-

St. Luke’s Chamber Ensemble comes to Brooklyn's Central Library for a free one-hour concert featuring music for wind quintet. Bring new or gently-used books for children in under-served communities, to be donated through our partnership with Kids Research Center. Enjoy a gourmet ice cream sandwich after the concert! Coolhaus will sell their delectable ice cream inventions. Seating is first-come, first-served. PERFORMERS St. Luke's Chamber Ensemble PROGRAM LIGETI Six Bagatelles BEACH Pastorale, Op. 151 D’RIVERA Aires Tropicales BARBER Summer Music, Op. 31 BOZZA Scherzo, Op. 48

Sep 18, 2014
St. Luke's Subway Series - Bronx
Dates: September 18, 2014
Sponsor: Orchestra of St. Luke's
Auditorium: Belmont Library
Contact: Meredith VanBenschoten
  610 East 186th Street
  Bronx, NY United States
Phone: 212.594.6100 x102
e-mail: mvanben@oslmusic.org
Web: http://oslmusic.org/component/ohanah/st-lukes-subway-series-

St. Luke’s Chamber Ensemble comes to Belmont Library in the Bronx for a free one-hour concert featuring music for wind quintet. Bring new or gently-used books for children in under-served communities, to be donated through our partnership with Kids Research Center. Enjoy a gourmet ice cream sandwich after the concert! Coolhaus will sell their delectable ice cream inventions. Seating is first-come, first-served. PERFORMERS St. Luke's Chamber Ensemble PROGRAM LIGETI Six Bagatelles BEACH Pastorale, Op. 151 D’RIVERA Aires Tropicales BARBER Summer Music, Op. 31 BOZZA Scherzo, Op. 48

Sep 19, 2014
Cinderella
Dates: Sept 19 to Oct 5
Sponsor: Skylight Music Theatre
Auditorium: Broadway Theatre Center
Contact: Skylight Music Theatre
  158 N. Broadway
  Milwaukee, WI United States
Phone: 414.291.7800
e-mail: info@skylightmusictheatre.org
Web: http://skylightmusictheatre.org

Cendrillon. Cenerentola. Cinderella. No matter what she’s called, everyone knows her story - an innocent girl, wronged by her dysfunctional family, winds up marrying a handsome, kind prince. Rossini’s unique retelling of this fairy tale favorite pre-dates Disney’s version of a pumpkin stage coach and a glass slipper. Rossini’s twists are delightful in this enchanting romantic comedy. A score of brisk, playful music, beautiful sets and stunning gowns by NYC fashion designer Cesar Galindo will make all your wishes come true!

Sep 20, 2014
Adam Levin: 21st Century Spanish Guitar
Dates: Sep 20, 2014
Sponsor: Instituto Cervantes Chicago
Auditorium: Instituto Cervantes Chicago Auditorium
Contact: 574-440-2779
  31 W Ohio St
  Chicago, IL United States
Phone: 312-335-1996
e-mail: lee@a440arts.com
Web: http://adamlevinguitar.brownpapertickets.com/

Award-winning American guitarist (and Chicago native) ADAM LEVIN, acclaimed for his "enviable technique" and "high musicianship which shines like a beacon" by Classical Guitar magazine, presents a special recital celebrating his major artistic collaboration with 30 of the new century's 'Spanish Masters.' Levin's program will include the US premieres of six works dedicated to him by four generations of Spanish composers, plus the world premiere of "Caprichos No. 11: Abstractions of Granados" by the acclaimed Spanish composer Leonardo Balada.

Danny Rivera
Dates: Sept. 20
  250 Bedford Park Blvd
  Bronx, NY United States
Phone: 718-960-8833
Web: http://www.LehmanCenter.org.

Lehman Center for the Performing Arts is proud to open the 34th season with a presentation of OBSESIÓN, a night of intense passion with romantic oldies interpreted by the “National Voice of Puerto Rico”, DANNY RIVERA with Musical Director and Tresero NELSON GONZÁLEZ onSaturday, September 20th, 2014 at 8pm.

Danny Rivera
Dates: Sept. 20
Auditorium: Lehman Center for the Performing Arts
  250 Bedford Park Blvd
  Bronx, NY United States
Phone: 718-960-8833
Web: http://www.LehmanCenter.org.

Lehman Center for the Performing Arts is proud to open the 34th season with a presentation of OBSESIÓN, a night of intense passion with romantic oldies interpreted by the “National Voice of Puerto Rico”, DANNY RIVERA with Musical Director and Tresero NELSON GONZÁLEZ onSaturday, September 20th, 2014 at 8pm.

Danny Rivera & Nelson Gonzalez
Dates: September 20th, 2014
Auditorium: Lehman Center for the Performing Arts
  250 Bedford Park Blvd
  Bronx, NY United States
Phone: 718-960-8833
Web: http://lehmancenter.org/

Lehman Center for the Performing Arts is proud to open the 34th season with a presentation of OBSESIÓN, a night of intense passion with romantic oldies interpreted by the “National Voice of Puerto Rico”, DANNY RIVERA with Musical Director and Tresero NELSON GONZÁLEZ onSaturday, September 20th, 2014 at 8pm. OBSESIÓN, Danny Rivera’s new album with Nelson González marks a new turn in his career as he returns to the repertoire of the great Latin American songbook singing great songs by iconic composers in his trademark passionate way that is known and loved all over the Spanish-speaking world. Danny and Nelson will be joined on stage by some of the most knowledgeable veterans of Latino music, KONRAD ADDERLEY, FEDERICO BRITOS, EDUARDO REYES, RICARDO PONS, JOHNNY RODRÍGUEZ, WILLIE RODRÍGUEZ, JUAN WUST, RUBEN RODRÍGUEZ, GIOVANNI HIDALGO, BOBBY ALLENDE and Cuban Pianist EMILIO MORALES to perform hits such as “Tu Pueblo Es Mi Pueblo”, “Amada Amante”, and “Madrigal”.

St. Luke's Subway Series - Staten Island
Dates: September 20, 2014
Sponsor: Orchestra of St. Luke's
Auditorium: Richmondtown Library
Contact: Meredith VanBenschoten
  200 Clarke Ave.
  Staten Island, NY United States
Phone: 212.594.6100 x102
e-mail: mvanben@oslmusic.org
Web: http://oslmusic.org/component/ohanah/st-lukes-subway-series-

St. Luke’s Chamber Ensemble comes to Staten Island's Richmondtown Library for a free one-hour concert featuring music for wind quintet. Bring new or gently-used books for children in under-served communities, to be donated through our partnership with Kids Research Center. Enjoy a gourmet ice cream sandwich after the concert! Coolhaus will sell their delectable ice cream inventions. Seating is first-come, first-served. PERFORMERS St. Luke's Chamber Ensemble PROGRAM LIGETI Six Bagatelles BEACH Pastorale, Op. 151 D’RIVERA Aires Tropicales BARBER Summer Music, Op. 31 BOZZA Scherzo, Op. 48

Sep 21, 2014
Musicians Emergency Fund Junior/Senior Concert: Eve Queler and Friends with the Opera Orchestra of New York
Dates: September 21
Sponsor: Musicians Emergency Fund
Auditorium: Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Center
Contact: Arash Amini
  1941 Broadway (W. 65th St. between Broadway & Amsterdam Ave.), New York, NY 10023
  NEW YORK, NY United States
Phone: (212) 671-4050
e-mail: info@mef1931.org
Web: http://lc.lincolncenter.org/shows/211109?show_date=2014-09-2

Musicians Emergency Fund Junior/Senior Concert Eve Queler and Friends with the Opera Orchestra of New York Sunday, September 21, 2014 at 3:00 p.m. featuring Rochelle Bard, Ashley Kerr soprano Shirin Eskandani mezzo-soprano Yunpeng Wang baritone Musa Ngqungwana bass-baritone Sava Vemic bass Eve Queler conductor in opera arias by Mozart, Rossini, Bellini, Donizetti, Verdi, Puccini, Tchaikovsky, and Charpentier. Admission: $25; senior citizens, students, and military personnel: free admission by showing valid ID at the Alice Tully Hall box office, starting at noon on the day of the concert.

St. Luke's Subway Series - Queens
Dates: September 21, 2014
Sponsor: Orchestra of St. Luke's
Auditorium: Library at Flushing
Contact: Meredith VanBenschoten
  41-17 Main Street
  Queens, NY, NY United States
Phone: 212.594.6100 x102
e-mail: mvanben@oslmusic.org
Web: http://oslmusic.org/component/ohanah/st-lukes-subway-series-

St. Luke’s Chamber Ensemble comes to the Library at Flushing for a free one-hour concert featuring music for wind quintet. Bring new or gently-used books for children in under-served communities, to be donated through our partnership with Kids Research Center. Enjoy a gourmet ice cream sandwich after the concert! Coolhaus will sell their delectable ice cream inventions. Seating is first-come, first-served. PERFORMERS St. Luke's Chamber Ensemble PROGRAM LIGETI Six Bagatelles BEACH Pastorale, Op. 151 D’RIVERA Aires Tropicales BARBER Summer Music, Op. 31 BOZZA Scherzo, Op. 48



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