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Composers Concordance Festival II

'The growing diversity of music'
Five concerts in a one week period, augmenting in instrumentation from performance to performance

Instrumentation: electronics

When: Friday Nov. 30th, 8pm

Where:  Spectrum

               - 121 Ludlow st. 2nd floor
Who:  60 different composers
Details:  P
artnering up with 60X60 to present electronic music of 60 composers, The Composers Concordance Mix. Composers include :  Joe
l Chadabe, Robert Dick, Lainie Fefferman, Mari Kimura, Joan La Barbara, Jascha Narveson, Florian Magnus Maier and Robert Voisey



​Instrumentation: solo

When: Saturday Dec. 1, 7pm

Where:  Faust Harrison Pianos​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

                  - 207 W. 58th St.

Who:  Kathleen Supové, Eleonor Sandresky, and Jed Distler
  This unique, boutique-style concert brings together three of today's piano music stars: Each a champion with a distinctive approach to piano music interpretation and presentation, these artists will perform their own compositions, as well as works composed specifically for them by Milica Paranosic, Gene Pritsker, and Dan Cooper, Jed Distler, and Daniel Palkowski  



4th annual Composers Play Composers Marathon
Instrumentation: solo, duo, trio

When: Sunday, December 2,  3pm to 7pm

Where: DROM NYC 

          - 85 Avenue A  New York, NY 
Who:  30 different composers
 Solos, duos, and trios of composers performing their own 3 min. pieces. 


Composers Concordance Chamber Orchestra (CCCO)

Instrumentation: Chamber Orchestra

When:  Friday, Dec. 7th, 8pm​

Where:  DiMenna Center - Mary Flagler Cary Hall
  - 450 West 37th Street

Who:  CCCO, Lara St. John - violin,

Valerie Coleman - flute, Thomas Carlo Bo - conductor 

Details:  In 1893 in NYC, the legendary Czech composer Antonín Dvořák spoke of the influence of Native American and African American music on his Symfonie. He urged American composers to focus attention on what "must" be the foundation for "the future music of this country." Composers Concordance presents a program entitled 'Legends,' recalling the timeless melodies of Dvořák himself, and highlighting the influence of Native American and African American music on contemporary orchestral composition.

Composers Concordance Ensemble 
 Instrumentation: chamber ensemble

When: Teusday, Dec. 4th, 7:30pm​
Where:  ShapeshifterLab

         - 18 Whitwell Place, Brooklyn, NY

Who:  Composers Concordance Ensemble 
An 9 piece chamber ensemble made up entirely of composers premiering music written for the group.

 Music composed and performed by

David Soldier - violin
Kinan Azmeh - clarinet
Franz Hackl - trumpet
John Clark - horn
Milica Paranosic - voice, synth., other
Patrik Grant - piano, synth.
Gene Pritsker - guitar
Dan Cooper - 7 string bass guitar
Peter Jarvis - percussion

Dan Cooper, Valerie Coleman, Patrick Hardish, Otto Luening, Milica Paranosic, Joseph Pehrson,  Gene Pritsker, David Soldier/ 
Richard Lair/Wade Ripka 

By tickets at here


"Composers Concordance . a grass-roots NYC uprising of an iconoclastic bunch who have been influenced equally by contemporary classical compositional stances as well as rock and other modern-day musics."
- G.A.Edwards, Gapplegate Music Review

"The absolute command of melodic and harmonic invention is even more interesting. More than that, the sublime understanding of the tonal palettes of strings, middle register brass and lower register woodwinds and, of course, the oceanic capability of the piano.
Raul d'Gama Rose
- All About Jazz, Jan 2011

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