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Sep 16, 2019
The 3rd Sone International Young Soloists Competition
Dates: Sep 16 to October 15
Auditorium: Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall in New York City
Contact: Hokyong Choi
  334 HARVARD ST, APT E-2
  Cambridge, MA United States
Phone: 8572944472
e-mail: ensemblesone@gmail.com
Web: http://ensemblesone.com

Ensemble SONE is putting out a call for Piano, Strings and Woodwinds to participate in The 2019 3rd SONE International Young Soloists Competition. Application deadline: 15 October 2019 (Video competition) Instruments: pianists, strings (violin, viola, cello, double bass), woodwinds (flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, horn) Application fee: 100 USD Age limit: 6-23 year Winners will perform with NO PERFORMANCE FEE in Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall in New York City on December 12th, 2019. More information and submission: https://www.ensemblesone.com/young-soloists ensemblesone@gmail.com SONE is a non-profit organization based in Boston, MA, with mission to inspire the next generation with its performances and supporting young musicians through the SONE International Young Soloists Competition and annual partnerships with the Unique Network Inc. Sincerely, Ensemble SONE www.ensemblesone.com

Sep 18, 2019
InterSchool Orchestras of New York: A Tribute to Howard Johnson
Dates: September 18, 2019
Sponsor: InterSchool Orchestras of New York
Auditorium: Kaufman Music Center's Merkin Hall, 129 W 67th St, New York, NY 10036
Contact: Karen Geer
  129 W 67th St, New York, NY 10036
  New York, NY United States
Phone: 2123539585
e-mail: kgeer@isorch.org
Web: http://isorch.org/

The InterSchool Orchestras of New York (ISO), a nonprofit organization, is changing the face of youth orchestra music with its focus on cross-cultural genres in announcing its 2019-2020 Season in New York City. New partnerships with many diverse and prestigious organizations highlight the rich cultural heritage of the City and expose young musicians to a wide range of musical collaborations. The ISO Season begins with A Tribute to Howard Johnson and Gravity at Kaufman Music Center’s Merkin Hall, on September 18, 2019 at 7:30 pm. The special event will honor the musical legend, who in his five-decade career has played alongside luminaries in multiple genres and pioneered the voice of the tuba in jazz. The event will also feature the talents of two-time Grammy-winning musician Taj Mahal and students of ISO. Howard Johnson is a legendary performer and mentor to a generation of African-American musicians. All proceeds from the event will support financial aid and scholarships for the ISO students.

Opera Philadelphia: Denis & Katya
Dates: Sept 18 to 29
Auditorium: The Suzanne Roberts Theatre
  480 S Broad St.
  Philadelphia, PA United States
Phone: 215-732-8400
Web: http://www.operaphila.org

They could have been your teenage children, best friends, or classmates. Two beautiful 15-year-olds who lived every moment?including their last?online. What led to their violent deaths? Why did they choose to broadcast their final moments on social media? And what does it say about the voyeuristic society who watched, liked, and objectified them, transforming two kids into clickbait? This visceral production from composer?Philip Venables?and director?Ted Huffman?the duo behind the award-winning?4.48 Psychosis?uses verbatim text to examine the vast public response to the events surrounding the tragedy of Russian runaways Denis Muravyov and Katya Vlasova, exploring how stories are shaped and shared in our age of trolls, conspiracy theories, fake news, and 24/7 digital connection. World Premiere Music by Philip Venables Libretto by Ted Huffman Performed in English and Russian with English supertitles Winner of the FEDORA - GENERALI Prize for Opera 2019 Part of Festival O19

Sep 19, 2019
Keiko Fujii Dance Company
Dates: 9/19/2019
Sponsor: Gibney's POP Series
Auditorium: Agnes Varis Performing Arts Center
Contact: Audrey Ross
  53A Chambers Street
  NY, NY United States
Phone: 646.837.6809
e-mail: audreyrosspub@aol.com
Web: http://gibneydance/org

Renowned taiko drummer Kenny Endo will appear live with the Keiko Fujii Dance Company. Dancer/choreographer Fujii, a well-known dancer and teacher in her native Osaka and in Hawaii, will present the U.S. premiere of her "Tamashii No Tibiki II" (Soul Vibrations), where she will be joined by ten NY-based dancers. Additional music, on tape, is by Hiroshi Kubo, tsugaru shamisen player/composer. Presented as part of Gibney's POP series.

Opera Philadelphia: Semele
Dates: Sept 19 to 28
Auditorium: Perelman Theater
  300 S. Broad St.
  Philadelphia, PA United States
Phone: 215-732-8400
Web: http://operaphila.org

Semele is engaged to a prince, but she’s really in love with the king of the gods, Jupiter. This forbidden passion between mortal and immortal brings them endless pleasure and endless love… until his wife, the goddess Juno, plots a fiery finish to their hot affair. Handel’s glorious music and story of unbridled love, jealousy, and revenge get an energetic makeover in this new co-production from director?James Darrah?(Breaking the Waves) and a stellar cast led by soprano Amanda Forsythe as Semele, mezzo Daniela Mack (Carmen) as Juno and Ino, and tenor Alek Shrader as Jupiter. Company Premiere Music by George Frideric Handel Libretto derived from a drama by English playwright William Congreve Performed in English with English supertitles Part of Festival O19

Tony Danza & The Stars of Tomorrow
Dates: Sep 19
Auditorium: Gerald W. Lynch Theater
Contact: Police Athletic League
  524 W 59th Street
  New York, NY United States
Phone: 6469012301
e-mail: andreapr@andreaandassociates.com
Web: http://palnyc2008.thankyou4caring.org/tonydanza19

On Thursday, September 19, 2019, Tony Danza will lead PAL’s 3rd Annual one-night-only showcase performance, “Tony Danza & the Stars of Tomorrow,” to benefit the Police Athletic League (PAL) Teen Acting Program. The performance will begin at 7:30 p.m. at the Gerald W. Lynch Theater, 524 West 59 Street, New York City. PAL Board Member and former PAL Kid Tony Danza will take to the stage for a Variety Show with celebrity guests and special appearances by NYPD Officers and PAL’s Young Artists for an evening of performance, music and humor that will delight and entertain. “PAL kids are receiving top notch voice, dance and improv training, but it is the life lessons we teach that are the most important for their future. We focus on youth development through performance. Because when you teach a kid how to act, you teach a kid how to act,” Tony Danza said. For “Tony Danza & the Stars of Tomorrow,” please visit https://palnyc2008.thankyou4caring.org/tonydanza19 or call (646) 901-2301.

Sep 20, 2019
Celebrity Series Presents "Concert for One/Boston"
Dates: Sep 20-29
Sponsor: Celebrity Series of Boston
Auditorium: Chinatown's Chin Park
Contact: John Michael Kennedy
  Beach Street @ Surface Road
  Boston, MA United States
Phone: 617-482-2595
e-mail: info@celebrityseries.org
Web: http://celebrityseries.org

Celebrity Series of Boston will produce 5,000 one-minute concerts over ten days this fall, in the organization’s most ambitious public performance project yet. Concert for One will pair individual listeners with solo musicians for 60 seconds of focused performance and concentrated listening. The idea is to provide powerful, free music experiences for thousands of visitors, and foster intimate connections between performers and audience members.

Celebrity Series Presents "Concert for One/Cambridge"
Dates: Sep 20-29
Sponsor: Celebrity Series of Boston
Auditorium: Hervard Science Center Plaza
Contact: John Michael Kennedy
  One Oxford Street
  Cambridge, MA United States
Phone: 617-482-2595
e-mail: info@celebrityseries.org
Web: http://celebrityseries.org

Celebrity Series of Boston will produce 5,000 one-minute concerts over ten days this fall, in the organization’s most ambitious public performance project yet. Concert for One will pair individual listeners with solo musicians for 60 seconds of focused performance and concentrated listening. The idea is to provide powerful, free music experiences for thousands of visitors, and foster intimate connections between performers and audience members.

Opera Philadelphia: The Love for Three Oranges
Dates: Sept. 20 to 29
Auditorium: Academy of Music
  Broad and Locust Streets
  Philadelphia, PA United States
Phone: 215-732-8400
Web: http://www.operaphila.org

This zesty love story is a pithy fairytale about a sweet young prince, cursed by a sour witch and forced to voyage into distant lands in search of three oranges, each of which contains a princess. Will he run out of juice or can he concentrate on his mission to find sun-kissed true love with a new main squeeze? 100 years after composer Sergei Prokofiev wrote this endlessly inventive opera, best known for its famous “March,” the time is ripe for The Love for Three Oranges to finally make its Opera Philadelphia debut in a “masterful new production” (Opera News). Orange you glad tickets are still available? Company Premiere Music by Sergei Prokofiev Libretto by Sergei Prokofiev and Vera Janacopoulos Based on Vsevolod Meyerhold’s adaptation of the play by Carlo Gozzi Performed in English with English supertitles English translation by David Lloyd-Jones Part of Festival O19

Sep 21, 2019
Da Camera presents Opening Night: Bon Appetit!
Dates: Sept. 21
Auditorium: Cullen Theater at Wortham Theater Center
  501 Texas Ave
  Houston, TX United States
Phone: 713-524-5050
e-mail: boxoffice@dacamera.com
Web: http://www.dacamera.com/?event=bon-appetit&event_date=2019-09-21

Da Camera of Houston launches its 2019–20 season with Bon Appetit!, an evening of surrealist and culinary musical delights. The first of several Da Camera performances this season to prominently feature talented women, the concert is titled after composer Lee Hoiby’s comedic operatic take on Julia Child’s 1970s television show, with soprano Abigail Fischer as the beloved chef. The program also features the renowned Imani Winds performing Maurice Ravel’s Le Tombeau de Couperin and acclaimed American vocalist Ryan McKinny in his Da Camera debut performing Francis Poulenc’s delightfully absurd Le bal masque.

Dr. Fox and The Impossible Cure For Death
Dates: September 21 & 22
Sponsor: Sponsored by University Outreach and Engagement.
Auditorium: Wharton Center for Performing Arts
Contact: Call the Ticket Office at (517) 432-2000 or toll free at 1-800-WHARTON
  750 E. Shaw Ln
  East Lansing, MI United States
Phone: (517) 432-2000
e-mail: whartoncenter@gmail.com
Web: http:// https://www.whartoncenter.com/events/detail/dr-fox-and-the-impossible-cure-for-death

Follow a precocious 13 year-old girl and her overly-imaginative father as they search a storybook world for a cure to a brain tumor in this very curious musical twist on the water of life myth. This exciting ?máGen staged concert event will showcase Broadway stars, local high school students and MSU Musical Theatre and Dance students in performance on the same stage as part of the Musical Theatre Immersion Program at MSU, a new collaborative venture with the MSUFCU Institute for Arts & Creativity at Wharton Center and MSU College of Arts and Letters’ Department of Theatre. Book & Music by Benedict Braxton-Smith Book & Lyrics by Megan Petersen Directed by Timothy Koch Musical Direction by Geraldine Anello Guest Stage Manager: Paige Conway

Opera Philadelphia: Curtis in Concert
Dates: Sept 21 to 29
Auditorium: Field Concert Hall
  1726 Locust St.
  Philadelphia, PA United States
Phone: 215-732-8400
Web: http://www.operaphila.org

Building on the success of Festival O18’s “Fridays at Field” recital series, emergent singers trained at Philadelphia’s prestigious Curtis Institute of Music once again perform in recital at the historic and intimate Field Concert Hall. Hailed as “a delightful afternoon” (Parterre), the series has been expanded for O19, with separate Saturday and Sunday recitals repeated over both weekends of the festival. Two recent Curtis graduates will star in the recital series: Philadelphia native Karen Slack, a soprano hailed for her “warm and rich voice” (Opera News); and the “lush-toned” (Wall Street Journal) soprano Rachel Sterrenberg, known to Opera Philadelphia audiences for leading roles in The Magic Flute and Charlie Parker’s Yardbird. Full details on singers and repertoire will be announced at a later date. Co-presented with the Curtis Institute of Music.

Opera Philadelphia: Let Me Die
Dates: Sept 21 to 28
Auditorium: FringeArts
  140 N Christopher Columbus Blvd
  Philadelphia, PA United States
Phone: 215-732-8400
Web: http://www.operaphila.org

Joseph Keckler brings his rich voice and vision to this world premiere, which combines death sequences drawn from the canon of tragic opera, along with original narratives and music. Absurd yet affecting, this ensemble performance collage is at once a festive meditation, strange ritual, and morbid medley of epic proportions. Using fragmentation as a poetic strategy, Let Me Die borrows its title from “Lasciatemi morire,” the Monteverdi aria which is itself a fragment—a death song from a lost opera. World Premiere From the mind of Joseph Keckler Performed in English and other languages with English supertitles Part of Festival O19

Sept. 21-29: Grammy-winning conductor Michael Christie debuts with Lyric Opera of Kansas City
Dates: September 21-29, 2019
Sponsor: Lyric Opera of Kansas City
Auditorium: Muriel Kauffman Theatre
Contact: francesca@jensenartists.com
  Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts | 1601 Broadway Blvd
  Kansas City, MO United States
Web: http://kcopera.org/performances/the-abduction-from-the-seraglio-19/

Grammy-winning conductor Michael Christie makes his debut with Lyric Opera of Kansas City leading Mozart’s The Abduction from the Seraglio at the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts (1601 Broadway Blvd) with performances on September 21, 25, 27, and 29, 2019. Of Michael Christie’s recent mainstage debut leading Lyric Opera of Chicago’s acclaimed production of Verdi’s La Traviata, the Chicago Tribune wrote that Christie, “drew poetic commentary from the Lyric Opera Orchestra,” while the Chicago Sun-Times reported, “He encouraged the singers to indulge in their rattled characters’ most intimate reflections without losing grip of the music’s exciting forward motion.”

Sep 22, 2019
Aardvark Jazz Orchestra Duke Ellington Celebration
Dates: Sep 6 to 22
Sponsor: Americas Musicworks
Auditorium: First Parish of Concord, 20 Lexington Rd, Concord MA 01742
Contact: Rebecca DeLamotte
  29 Newbury St
  Somerville, MA United States
Phone: 6177768778
e-mail: delamotte-amw@comcast.net
Web: http://www.aardvarkjazz.com

The Aardvark Jazz Orchestra (Mark Harvey, director) will open its historic 47th season with a Duke Ellington Celebration, including hits like Satin Doll and Solitude, and sacred music featuring the First Parish of Concord choir, directed by Elizabeth Norton, with Nikki Turpin, narrator. The concert is sponsored in collaboration with The Robbins House. Tickets $20 in advance on brownpapertickets or $25 at the door. Information: 978-369-9602 x420. Aardvark has been called "stunningly beautiful" (New York City Jazz Record) and "one of the best jazz ensembles in the world" (Jazz Podium, Germany). Aardvark is: Arni Cheatham, Peter H. Bloom, Phil Scarff, Chris Rakowski, Dan Zupan/saxes and woodwinds; K.C. Dunbar, Jeanne Snodgrass/trumpets; Bob Pilkington, Jay Keyser/trombones; Jeff Marsanskis, Bill Lowe/bass trombones, tuba; John Funkhouser/piano; Rick McLaughlin/string bass; Harry Wellott/drums; Jerry Edwards and Grace Hughes, vocalists; Mark Harvey, director.

Sep 26, 2019
2019 NTD International Piano Competition
Dates: Sep 26 to 28
Sponsor: New Tang Dynasty Television
Auditorium: Engelman Recital Hall, Baruch Performing Arts Center
Contact: Adele Tao
  Engelman Recital Hall, Baruch Performing Arts Center
  New York, NY United States
Phone: 2122928392
Fax: 2122928392
e-mail: adele.tao@ntdtv.com
Web: http://competitions.ntdtv.com/piano/

The New Tang Dynasty Television (NTD Television) “International Piano Competition” is one in a series of international cultural and arts events sponsored by NTD Television. The mission of this competition is to promote traditional arts of pure authenticity, pure goodness, and pure beauty, bring back the glory of piano masterpieces from the Baroque, Classical, and Romantic periods. The competition’s commitment to artistic excellence is a means to allow the 250-year legacy of piano literature to continue to flourish. We believe this repertoire is a treasure of mankind and should be passed onto future generations to come. Schedule • Preliminary: September 26, 2019 • Semifinal: September 27, 2019 Live Stream • Final & Award Ceremony: September 28, 2019 Live Stream & Tickets on Sale *The semi-final and final rounds of the piano competition will be broadcast live via social media on NTD Television and Epoch Media Group channels, which reach 180 million followers worldwide.

Interpretations: Rocco Di Pietro with Mivos Quartet | Ben Neill
Dates: Sept. 26, 2019
Auditorium: Roulette
Contact: peter@petermcdowell.com
  509 Atlantic Ave
  Brooklyn, NY United States
Web: http://Interpretations.info

On Thursday, September 26th, 2019, 8pm, the Interpretations Series kicks off its 31st season. From September 2019 to May 2019, Interpretations will continue its tradition of playing host to composers, interpreters, and improvisers — artists of both local and international scale, with myriads of approaches to music. The season begins with sets from composer/performer Ben Neill, and composer/pianist Rocco Di Pietro. Held at Roulette, 509 Atlantic Ave, Brooklyn, NY, tickets are $20 for adults / $15 for students & seniors, and available on Roulette.org and Interpretations.info.

The Motets of Bach and Brahms
Dates: September 26, 2019
Auditorium: Church of St. Jean Baptiste
Contact: Lauren Ishida, lauren@clarionsociety.org
  Church of St. Jean Baptiste, 184 East 76th Street
  New York, NY United States
Phone: 212-580-5700
e-mail: lauren@clarionsociety.org
Web: http://www.clarionsociety.org/events/2019-20-season/motets.html

Bach's motets were some of his only works not to fall into obscurity in the late-18th and early-19th centuries. The celebrated Clarion Choir will perform three of three of these beloved motets as a prelude to their performance of the Bach's B minor Mass in May, also in the beautiful Romanesque St. Jean Baptiste Church. Brahms knew the Bach motets well, and in his own motets he pays homage to Bach as well as to the great polyphonists of the Renaissance. At the same time, Brahms' motets are the quintessential Romantic works, expressive and rich in their counterpoint. J.S. Bach: Komm, Jesu, Komm, BWV 229 Jesu, meine Freude, BWV 227 O Jesu Christ, mein Lebens Licht, BWV 118 J. Brahms: Geistliches Lied, Op. 40 O Welt, ich muss dich lassen, Op. 122 Warum ist Das Licht Gegeben, Op. 74, no. 1 The Clarion Choir, David Enlow, organ Steven Fox, conductor

Sep 27, 2019
12th Season Opening Concert
Dates: September 27, 2019
Sponsor: The Harlem Chamber Players
Auditorium: Broadway Presbyterian Church
Contact: Liz Player, Yin Yin Gene
  601 West 114th Street
  New York, NY United States
Phone: 9177446948
e-mail: info@harlemchamberplayers.org; genieg89@gmail.com
Web: http://theharlemchamberplayers.org

The Harlem Chamber Players open their 12th Anniversary Season with an evening of great music, featuring Beethoven’s Sextet in E-flat Major, Op. 81b for 2 Horns and String Quartet, Britten’s Phantasy Quartet for Oboe and Strings, and the Tchaikovsky String Sextet in D Minor "Souvenir de Florence," Op. 70. The performers will be French hornists Eric Davis and William de Vos, violinists Joyce Hammann and Claire Chan, violists Amadi Azikiwe and Aundrey Mitchell, and cellists Robert Burkhart and Caryl Paisner. Harlem historian and author Eric K. Washington will host.

Music for Grand Organ and Orchestra
Dates: September 27, 2019, 8:00pm
Sponsor: Albert Schweiter Organ Festival Hartford
Auditorium: Trinity College Chapel
Contact: media@asofhartford.org
  300 Summit Street
  Hartford, CT United States
Phone: 860-578-8730
e-mail: media@asofhartford.org
Web: http://www.asofhartford.org

Acclaimed organist Christopher Houlihan joins the Hartford Symphony Orchestra, Carolyn Kuan conducting, in the Opening Concert of the 2019 Albert Schweitzer Organ Festival Hartford. The program includes the thrilling and notoriously difficult Symphonie Concertante for organ and orchestra by Joseph Jongen. Mr. Houlihan, described as “one of the brightest stars in the new generation of American organists,” will also perform music by Bach and Widor (the opening movement of the Sixth Symphony). The program includes the fourth movement of Mendelssohn’s Symphony No. 5 in D Major and the Albert Schweitzer Portrait by Gene Scheer for orchestra and narrator, featuring John Nowacki of New England Public Radio. Carolyn Kuan and Dr. Lisa Wong, an expert on the life and work of Albert Schweitzer, will join Mr. Houlihan in presenting a 30-minute talk at 7:00 p.m. in the Admissions Building, near the Chapel.

World Premiere of Composer Lisa Bielawa’s Centuries in the Hours
Dates: September 27, 2019
Sponsor: River Oaks Chamber Orchestra
Auditorium: Miller Outdoor Theatre
Contact: francesca@jensenartists.com
  6000 Hermann Park Drive
  Houston, TX United States
Web: http://www.roco.org/performances.

On Friday, September 27 at 8pm and Saturday, September 28 at 5pm, the world premiere of composer-vocalist Lisa Bielawa’s song cycle Centuries in the Hours is presented by the River Oaks Chamber Orchestra (ROCO). This five-song orchestral cycle by Bielawa was composed expressly for blind mezzo-soprano Laurie Rubin, whose voice has been described by the LA Times as “darkly complex and mysteriously soulful.” The piece was composed with a conductorless orchestra in mind, and it is the centerpiece of ROCO’s 2019-2020 season opener, “Time for Hope.” Performances are held Friday, September 27, 2019 at 8pm is at Miller Outdoor Theatre (Hermann Park Drive) with free admission and Saturday, September 28, 2019 at 5:00pm at The Church of St. John the Divine (2450 River Oaks Boulevard).

Sep 28, 2019
Young Professional Organ Competition - Open to the Public
Dates: September 28, 10AM to 6:30PM
Sponsor: Albert Schweitzer Organ Festival Hartford
Auditorium: Trinity College Chapel
Contact: media@asofhartford.org
  300 Summit Street
  Hartford, CT United States
Phone: 860-578-8730
e-mail: media@asofhartford.org
Web: http://www.asofhartford.org

Each of three virtuoso finalists, selected from an international pool of applicants, performs a 45 minute recital on the 4,429-pipe Austin Organ, competing for $26,000 in prize money. Elena Baquerizo opens the competition at 10:00am, followed by Alexander Pattavina at 11:00am and Joseph Russell at 12:45pm. At 4:30pm, the winner presents a solo recital, followed at 5:00pm by choral evensong, an ancient service of sung prayer to which everyone is welcome. The Chapel Singers of Trinity College join with the choirs of St James's Episcopal Church and St John's Episcopal Church (both in West Hartford) under the direction of Vaughn Mauren and Scott Lamlein, choirmasters, to present choral music from the English cathedral tradition. The service will be accompanied by Benjamin Straley, former Organist of Washington National Cathedral. At 6:00pm, the finalists compete for the $2,500 David Spicer Hymn Playing Award, demonstrating their ability to inspire and lead several hundred people in song.

Sep 29, 2019
Music for Grand Organ and Orchestra
Dates: September 29, 2019, 3:00pm
Sponsor: Albert Schweiter Organ Festival Hartford
Auditorium: Trinity College Chapel
Contact: media@asofhartford.org
  300 Summit Street
  Hartford, CT United States
Phone: 860-578-8730
e-mail: media@asofhartford.org
Web: http://www.asofhartford.org

Acclaimed organist Christopher Houlihan joins the Hartford Symphony Orchestra, Carolyn Kuan conducting, in an encore performance of the Opening Concert of the 2019 Albert Schweitzer Organ Festival Hartford. The program includes the thrilling and notoriously difficult Symphonie Concertante for organ and orchestra by Joseph Jongen. Mr. Houlihan, described as “one of the brightest stars in the new generation of American organists,” will also perform music by Bach and Widor (the opening movement of the Sixth Symphony). The program includes the fourth movement of Mendelssohn’s Symphony No. 5 in D Major and the Albert Schweitzer Portrait by Gene Scheer for orchestra and narrator, featuring John Nowacki of New England Public Radio. Carolyn Kuan and Dr. Lisa Wong, an expert on the life and work of Albert Schweitzer, will join Mr. Houlihan in presenting a 30-minute talk at 2:00 p.m. in the Admissions Building, near the Chapel



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