Frazelle: A Wonderful Journey

“It’s been a wonderful journey.” And so, choreographer Gary Taylor offers enthusiastic insight into his new ballet “From Appalachia,” which is set to nine excerpts from Kenneth Frazelle’s Appalachian Songbooks 1 and 2. The ballet — presented by the Piedmont Opera — will be premiered by the Winston-Salem Festival Ballet as part of the “Echos […] Read more »

Frazelle: “FROM APPALACHIA” (Ballet) *WORLD PREMIERE* “Virtual Performance*

Concert: Frazelle: “FROM APPALACHIA” (Ballet) *WORLD PREMIERE* “Virtual Performance* Start Time: 00:00:00 Date: 2020-10-18 End Time: 00:00:00 Location: Winston-Salem Festival Ballet Link: https://piedmontopera.org/event/free-pre-opera-talk-4/ Concert Information: Gary Taylor, choreographer “Echoes from Carolina” “Groundhog” and “Bonnie Blue Eyes” Piedmont Opera Stevens Center University of North Carolina School of the Arts Winston-Salem, NC Read more »

Frazelle: “FROM APPALACHIA” (Ballet) *WORLD PREMIERE* “Virtual Performance*

Concert: Frazelle: “FROM APPALACHIA” (Ballet) *WORLD PREMIERE* “Virtual Performance* Start Time: 00:00:00 Date: 2020-10-16 End Time: 00:00:00 Location: Winston-Salem Festival Ballet Link: https://piedmontopera.org/event/free-pre-opera-talk-4/ Concert Information: Gary Taylor, choreographer “Echoes from Carolina” “Groundhog” and “Bonnie Blue Eyes” Piedmont Opera Stevens Center University of North Carolina School of the Arts Winston-Salem, NC Read more »

Lee: Principal Brothers Premieres

On October 11, celebrated clarinetist Anthony McGill premieres James Lee III’s Principal Brothers No. 3 with pianist Gloria Chien in a live-streamed concert. The performance will be presented by the Philadelphia Chamber Music Society. Written for McGill (principal clarinetist of the New York Philharmonic), the five-and-a-half-minute piece is the third in Lee’s new group of […] Read more »

Lee: PRINCIPAL BROTHERS NO. 4 *WORLD PREMIERE* *Virtual Concert*

Concert: Lee: PRINCIPAL BROTHERS NO. 4 *WORLD PREMIERE* *Virtual Concert* Start Time: 00:00:00 Date: 2020-11-01 End Time: 00:00:00 Location: Bryan Young, bassoon; Irina Kaplan Lande, piano Link: https://www.instantseats.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=home.event&eventID=006AC11A-D025-A212-A2EB8FC02E01F9E6 Concert Information: An die Music Baltimore, MD Read more »

Kander: FIRST, SECOND, AND THIRD PERSON SINGULAR *WORLD PREMIERE* *Virtual Premiere*

Concert: Kander: FIRST, SECOND, AND THIRD PERSON SINGULAR *WORLD PREMIERE* *Virtual Premiere* Start Time: 00:00:00 Date: 2020-10-07 End Time: 00:00:00 Location: Keith Phares, baritone; Kevin Bylsma, piano Link: https://events.bgsu.edu/event/faculty_artist_series_keith_phares_baritone_f20?fbclid=IwAR2NbHWUpbe87Os1F9Lrv7dZ9huNEmby90J1PPrtdureqEkXr9M30P3gctg#.X33DUpNKjar Concert Information: Bowling Green State University Bowling Green, OH Read more »

Lee: PRINCIPAL BROTHERS No. 3 *WORLD PREMIERE* *VIRTUAL CONCERT*

Concert: Lee: PRINCIPAL BROTHERS No. 3 *WORLD PREMIERE* *VIRTUAL CONCERT* Start Time: 00:00:00 Date: 2020-10-11 End Time: 00:00:00 Location: Anthony McGill, clarinet; Gloria Chien, piano Link: https://www.pcmsconcerts.org/concerts/anthony-mcgill-clarinet-gloria-chien-piano/ Concert Information: Philadelphia Chamber Music Society American Philosophical Society Philadelphia, PA Read more »

Primiani: Composers Corner Q & A

Welcome back to “Composers Corner.” In this edition, we’re chatting with composer – and conductor – Leanna Primiani as she talks about what she’s been doing during Covid-19: working old-school with pen/pencil to paper as well as using technology, being a woman in a traditionally male field; writing film scores, and balancing a family in […] Read more »

DBR: STRING QUARTET NO. 1 “X” *Live Stream”

Concert: DBR: STRING QUARTET NO. 1 “X” *Live Stream” Start Time: 00:00:00 Date: 2020-12-06 End Time: 00:00:00 Location: South Beach Chamber Ensemble Link: https://sobechamberensemble.biz/node/374 Concert Information: Miami Beach Woman’s Club Miami, FL Read more »

Locklair: Composers Corner Q & A

Dan Locklair

In this “Composers Corner” post, we’ll be talking with Dan Locklair — composer, performer, and educator. He shares his thoughts about composing, teaching, and performing during a pandemic, and fondly muses about writing for the voice and how he has “always relished the challenge and satisfaction of creating a piece of music in which a […] Read more »