Words and Music: Lost and Found
Apr
4
8:00 pm20:00

Words and Music: Lost and Found

World Premiere performances of new works for voice and piano by Berklee faculty composers.  Also featured: Helmut Lachenmann's Got Lost.  With Jacob Greenberg, piano

Open ICE: Chaya Czernowin
Apr
27
8:00 pm20:00

Open ICE: Chaya Czernowin

Conversation with the composer about: Adiantum Capillus-Veneris I-II-III: etudes in fragility for voice and breath.

Bruno Walter Auditorium
New York Public Library
Amsterdam Ave & 65th St

Open ICE: Messiaen & Lachenmann
Apr
30
3:00 pm15:00

Open ICE: Messiaen & Lachenmann

Concert of masterworks by Messiaen (Poèmes pour Mí) and Lachenmann (Got Lost) with Jacob Greenberg, piano.  This performance is dedicated to the memory of Charles and Margaret Arnold, whose legacy continues with this afternoon's dedication of the Arnold Yamaha Piano, a gift to the International Contemporary Ensemble.

Abrons Arts Center
466 Grant St (at Pitt St)
New York

Schneider Concerts: New Music Then & Now
May
14
2:00 pm14:00

Schneider Concerts: New Music Then & Now

A special concert celebrating the 60th anniversary of Schneider Concerts dedication to new music.  Program to include Berio's Circles as well as Song Cycle by Matthew Ricketts.

The Auditorium, Alvin Johnson/J.M. Kaplan Hall
The New School
66 West 12th Street, New York


Creative Academy for Music
Mar
19
Mar 22

Creative Academy for Music

Bringing the music of young composers to life with the Third Angle String Quartet and composer Gabriela Lena Frank.  In Booneville, CA

Northwestern University Residency
Feb
27
Mar 2

Northwestern University Residency

Master classes and lectures at my 2nd alma mater.
Concert on Thursday, March 2nd at 7:30pm with the Northwestern University Contemporary Music Ensemble in Aperghis: Shot in the Dark, a piece written for me by the iconic master.

Residency at SUNY Fredonia
Feb
9
Feb 11

Residency at SUNY Fredonia

Master class and lecture with students at SUNY Fredonia, sponsored by ETHOS New Music.

Concert at 8pm, Friday, February 10
Messiaen: Poémes pour Mí
Lachenmann: Got Lost

Japan Tour with Movses Pogossian and Kuniko Kato
Jan
17
Jan 21

Japan Tour with Movses Pogossian and Kuniko Kato

presenting works for voice, violin, and percussion to audiences in Toyohashi and Yokohama. Concerts to include:
Gabriela Lena Frank: Seven Armenian Songs
Villa Lobos: Suite for Violin and Voice
Berio: Sequenza III
New works by Artashes Kartalyan and Ashot Kartalyan

Dilijan Chamber Music
Jan
15
3:00 pm15:00

Dilijan Chamber Music

Dilijan Chamber Music series, featuring new works for violin and voice by Artashes Kartalyan and Ashot Kartalyan.  Zipper Concert Hall, Los Angeles.

Dec
15
8:00 pm20:00

HYDRA premieres at Harvard

world premiere performances of works by Harvard student composers, as well as Hans Tutschku's Voice, Unrooted for soprano and electronics.

Dec
10
8:00 pm20:00

Recital at Smith College

with Judith Gordon, piano

Selected songs of Debussy, Strauss, and Earl Kim
Stravinsky: Three Japanese Lyrics
Ravel: Mallarmé Songs
Schoenberg: Book of the Hanging Gardens

Nov
24
8:00 pm20:00

Don't Blame Anyone (Mexican premiere)

Carlos Sanchez-Gutierrez & Ricardo Zohn-Muldoon are the creators and composers of the opera-theater work Don't Blame Anyone.  Produced in collaboration with the PUSH Physical Theater, La Coperacha, and Eastman Broadband.  Teatro Diana, Guadalajara, Mexico.

Nov
16
8:00 pm20:00

Don't Blame Anyone (world premiere)

Carlos Sanchez-Gutierrez & Ricardo Zohn-Muldoon are the creators and composers of the opera-theater work Don't Blame Anyone.  Produced in collaboration with the PUSH Physical Theater, La Coperacha, and Eastman Broadband.  Kodak Theater, Rochester NY.

Oct
18
8:00 pm20:00

Schoenberg & Lachenmann at FIU

Florida International University
with Jacob Greenberg, piano and the Amernet String Quartet

Arnold Schoenberg: String Quartet No. 2
Webern, Berg, & Schoenberg: Selected Songs
Helmut Lachenmann: Got Lost

Aug
18
Aug 24

Music from Angel Fire

in beautiful Angel Fire, New Mexico

new work by Gabriela Lena Frank, and Seven Romances by Shostakovich