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Events for September 2020
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Sep 20, 2020
Friends of Chamber Music Denver presents Anthony McGill, clarinet, and Anna Polonsky, piano
Dates: Sep 20 - Oct 19, 2020
Sponsor: Friends of Chamber Music
Auditorium: Online/Virtual
Contact: 303-388-9839
  United States
Phone: 303-388-9839

Friends of Chamber Music Denver is pleased to present clarinetist Anthony McGill. In this exclusive online concert, he will be joined by pianist Anna Polonsky to perform Brahms’s Clarinet Sonata No. 2 and James Lee III’s 2015 work, Ad Ahna?. The performance will conclude with a conversation on music and social justice issues with Roger Holland, University of Denver faculty member and Director of the Spirituals Project. Recorded in the beautiful Leshowitz Recital Hall at Montclair State University, the concert will be streamed by our partners at OurConcerts.Live.

Sep 21, 2020
SalonEra Episode 3: Orpheus Myth
Dates: September 21, 2020
Auditorium: Online/Virtual
Contact: 2163028404
  United States
Phone: 2163028404

Soprano Michele Kennedy and SE Artists in Residence explore this tale for the ages from the vantage point of Monteverdi, Charpentier, Rameau, and beyond. Additional special guests to be announced! SalonEra is our innovative new online variety show. Each episode combines live performances, dialogue, and prerecorded content with featured artists from all over the country and the world that you won’t hear anywhere else. SalonEra tickets are free with a suggested donation of $10 per episode. Or, with a $75 subscription, you'll automatically get access to all nine episodes emailed to you as they approach!

Sep 22, 2020
Baltimore International Guitar Competition
Dates: September 22-27, 2020
Sponsor: Baltimore Classical Guitar Society, Inc.
Auditorium: Peabody Conservatory
Contact: Asgerdur Sigurdardottir
  PO Box 4466
  Timonium, MD United States
Phone: 4102521776

Baltimore Classical Guitar Society, along with its artistic director Manuel Barrueco, announces the first edition of the Baltimore International Guitar Competition which will take place September 22-27, 2020 in Baltimore, Maryland. Baltimore International Guitar Competition seeks to foster the development of, and appreciation for, the art of the classical guitar, encourage performances at the highest artistic level, and promote and support the careers of the world’s most outstanding young guitarists. The competition is open to guitarists of all nationalities between the ages of 15 and 32. It consists of three stages: Preliminary Round (video), Semifinal Round, and a 3-Day Final Round which will be open to the public. Performers will compete for over $60,000 in prizes: 1st place: $35,000 ($20,000 cash prize, $15,000 Career Award) 2nd place: $10,000 3rd place: $5,000 4th-12th place: $500 Audience Award: $2,500 All competitors will receive free hotel accommodations.

Sep 23, 2020
Princeton Festival Piano Competition Winners Virtual Concert
Dates: Sep 18-27
Auditorium: Virtual
Contact: Tom Lento
  Princeton, NJ United States
Phone: 609.759.1979

Finalists in the 14th annual Princeton Festival Piano Competition will perform in a video event on the Festival website on September 23 at 6 pm EDT, with the winners to be announced at the end. Tickets to view the entire event are now available at Adjudicators are currently reviewing the entries to identify three finalists in six age categories ranging from Elementary (6-9) to Open Class (25 and under). They will also pick the winners. The 2020 competition has drawn entries from top young pianists in countries such as the US, the UK, Canada, Colombia, Indonesia, Serbia, India, Brazil, Austria, Taiwan, and China. It is the Festival’s first virtual competition, giving it global reach. The video concert will last approximately two hours. Tickets for the video presentation are $10 each. The stream will be available to ticketholders until September 27 at 10 pm.

Sep 25, 2020
Houston Grand Opera Presents 2020-2021 Studio Showcase
Dates: Friday, Sept. 25, 2020
Auditorium: Stream for free through Marquee TV’s website or app, or through Roku, Apple TV, Fire TV, and other platforms.
  United States

The Houston Grand Opera Studio presents its annual Studio Showcase on September 25 on HGO Digital. Available on Marquee TV, the Showcase will feature a variety of scenes from history’s most beloved operas from current HGO Studio Artists at the Wortham Theater Center. The 2020–21 HGO Studio features 11 artists: six first-year artists and five returning artists. The Houston Grand Opera Studio is one of the most respected young artist programs in the country. For more than 40 years, it has served promising singers and pianist/coaches, providing a bridge between full-time training and full-fledged operatic careers. During a residency of up to three years, each performer receives customized training from an expert team while gaining invaluable performance experience at the highest level.

Sep 27, 2020
I Left My Aria in San Francisco
Dates: September 27
Auditorium: Online Event
Contact: Ruben Pimentel
  San Francisco, CA United States
Phone: (415) 936-2323

GRAMMY-Award winning baritone Lucas Meachem kicks off the Merola Opera Program’s new Virtual Recital Series on September 27 with "I Left My Aria in San Francisco." Meachem, a 2003 alumnus of Merola’s world-renowned training program, will share arias he has sung in performances in San Francisco, accompanied by his wife Irina Meachem. Tickets are $25 for individuals and $40 for households. A limited number of $80 VIP tickets are available that include a virtual reception with the Meachems after the performance.

Sep 28, 2020
Composers Concordance Presents a Concert with Limited, In-Person Audience at NYC's Michiko Studios September 19th
Dates: Sep 19
Sponsor: Composers Concordance
Auditorium: Michiko Studios
  Michiko Studios, 149 W 46th St, 3rd floor, New York, NY
  New York, NY United States

Composers Concordance presents Now Is the Winter of Our Discotheque on September 19th at 8pm EDT at Michiko Studios in NYC. The concert program combines two highly contrasting subjects--Shakespeare and Disco music--with nine composers creating compositions inspired by this unusual theme. Now Is the Winter of Our Discotheque CompCord Ensemble Saturday, September 19th 8pm EDT Michiko Studios 149 W 46th St, 3rd floor, New York, NY Tickets: $30, must be purchased in advance. The first 10 people will be the in-person audience. Ticket price for in-person audience includes free drinks. TICKETS: FACEBOOK

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