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22 November 2019
 
7.30pm
WYO Theater
42 N Main Street
Sheridan
WY 82801
United States of America

Details:
Web site
ETHEL String Quartet

Known as one of America’s most adventurous string quartets, ETHEL has released six feature recordings.
 
7.30pm
St Ann's Church
Battlefield
Newcastle
NE1 2DD
United Kingdom

Details:
Web site
A concert for St Cecilia's Day - Cappella Novocastriensis

 
23 November 2019
 
4pm
St Cuthbert's Church, Earls Court
50 Philbeach Gardens
London
SW5 9EB
United Kingdom

Details:
Victor Gomes
Web site
E-mail
+44 (0)20 7101 4479
WKMT Autumn Piano Recitals

WKMT students and members
There will also be an allowance of non-members performing

 
7.30pm
St James's Church Piccadilly
197 Piccadilly, St. James's
London
W1J 9LL
United Kingdom

Details:
Web site
03336663366

£32, £28, £22 & £15
Vivaldi's Four Seasons by Candlelight

The Piccadilly Sinfonietta Orchestra
Martyn Jackson, violin
Warren Mailley-Smith, piano

Handel - Arrival of the Queen of Sheba
Mozart - Divertimento in D
Mozart - Piano concerto in D min K466
Vivaldi 4 Seasons


Celebrate the end of the week with The Piccadilly Sinfonietta, an exciting new orchestra featuring some of the UK’s most outstanding young professional musicians, led by the sensational violinist Martyn Jackson. This dynamic ensemble present a programme of some of the greatest classical music ever written including Vivaldi’s masterpiece, “The Four Seasons” in the beautiful surroundings of St James’ Church, in the heart of London’s West End by the evocative glow of candlelight.

This special concert also features exceptional british pianist Warren Mailley-Smith, who has developed a large following across the UK thanks to his effortless technique and charismatic charm. One of his most extraordinary achievements is performing the complete solo works (3.5 million notes) of Frederick Chopin from memory. Mailley-Smith is a firm favourite with the Royal Family and he has been featured as Classic FM CD of the Week.
 
7.30pm
Holy Apostles Church
296 Ninth Avenue, New York City
New York
United States of America

Details:
Teri Duerr
+1 (212) 757 2945

$25, $20 advance, $15 advance senior and student
Incantations, presented by Melodia Women's Choir of NYC

Cynthia Powell, conductor
Taisiya Pushkar, piano
Stéphanie Larrière, Butoh dance
All-female string quintet
Melodia Women's Choir of NYC

ALLISON SNIFFIN (b.1960)
: Ekō
 (world premiere commission)
ROBIN MILFORD (1903-1959)
: Days and Moments – Autumn and Winter
 (U.S premiere)


CHARLES VILLIERS STANFORD (1852-1924)
: Fairy Day, Three Idylls for Female Chorus (U.S. premiere)


MEDIAEVAL BAEBES: song book

 selections
DAVID WILLCOCKS (1919-2015): 
Full Fathom Five
; Fear no more the heat o’ the sun
JEFFREY VAN (b.1941): 
Echo
SERGEI PROKOFIEV (1891-1953)
: Suggestion Diabolique Op.4 


On the heels of their sold-out spring season, Melodia Women’s Choir of NYC, led by Cynthia Powell, presents Incantations, an excursion into the secret recesses of the spirit world.

Melodia is thrilled to announce the world premiere commission of Ekō, composed by Allison Sniffin (Music Director, Meredith Monk & Vocal Ensemble) for women’s voices and string quintet. In the true Melodia tradition of pushing the boundaries of choral performance, the haunting music of Ekō will provide the soundscape for Japanese Butoh dance in an original work choreographed and performed by Stéphanie Larrière.

Continuing its mission to bring audiences the rarest of works, Melodia presents the U.S. premieres of Fairy Day: Three Idylls for Female Chorus from Irish composer C.V. Stanford and Days and Moments – Autumn and Winter, by English composer Robin Milford.

“I have always had a special fascination with the arcane and the inexplicable, and I love English choral music,” said Artistic Director Cynthia Powell. “When Melodia found the suite by Robin Milford, who was a student of Vaughan Williams, and the cantata by Charles V. Stanford describing the world of fairies and nature spirits, I knew they would be featured in a Melodia concert someday. That we are performing them for American audiences for the first time is an added thrill!”

Rounding out this concert are Shakespeare-inspired compositions by David Willcocks, a Christina Rosetti poem, Echo, by Jeffrey Van, reimagined works from the canon of the Mediaeval Baebes, and a delightfully diabolic piano solo by Sergei Prokofiev performed by longtime Melodia collaborative pianist Taisiya Pushkar.

$25/ $20 adv / $15 adv senior & student
www.brownpapertickets.com/producer/5998
212-757-2945

Allison Sniffin is a frequent arranger for Melodia Women's Choir and the inaugural composer for Melodia’s Women’s Composer Commission Series (Oyeme con los ojos: Sor Juana, 2006). Sniffin serves as Music Director of Meredith Monk & Vocal Ensemble and has toured worldwide with Monk since 1996. She co-orchestrated and edited Monk’s works for the New World Symphony, St. Louis Symphony Orchestra, Los Angeles Master Chorale, Kronos Quartet, Western Wind Ensemble, Young People’s Chorus of NYC and Bang On a Can. Sniffin is the recipient of grants from Meet the Composer and the Concert Artists Guild for her composition work and a winner of the New York Philharmonic's 2017 New World Composition Challenge for Going Home: A Movement of Voices, written collaboratively with Dionne McClain-Freeney and performed this fall by community-based art project Habitat:Home.

Stéphanie Larrière is a teaching artist, educator and performer. A French native, New York City is her adopted second home. In recent years, Larrière has discovered and embraced Butoh dance, which has been a revelation to her approach to dance and life, studying under Vangeline and the Vangeline Theater/ New York Butoh Institute. In addition to Butoh, Larrière is a professional tap dancer and leads multidisciplinary dance and music projects around New York. She has been a member of Melodia Women’s Choir for four seasons and is especially excited, grateful and honored this season to be dancing Ekō, composed by Allison Sniffin. 

Cynthia Powell, Melodia Artistic Director, celebrates her 16th season with Melodia. A graduate of Westminster Choir College, she has served on the guest faculty at Sarah Lawrence College, led the St. George’s Choral Society in NYC, and was a guest conductor at the International Choral Festival in Havana, Cuba. She is also the Artistic Director of the Stonewall Chorale, and currently serves as Director of Music and Organist at West End Collegiate Church in NYC, and Organist/Choirmaster of Temple Sinai in Tenafly, New Jersey.

Melodia Women’s Choir of NYC, founded in 2003 by Executive Director Jenny Clarke and Artistic Director Cynthia Powell, has established a reputation as the premier women’s choir of NYC. To date, Melodia has performed 30 concerts of works written for women’s voices, presented 12 world premieres (including nine original commissioned works from women composers) and performed with more than 100 leading female instrumentalists. Called “riveting” by The New York Times, Melodia has performed at Symphony Space, Merkin Concert Hall, DiMenna Center for Classical Music and the Church of Saint Ignatius Loyola. The choir has been featured on WQXR and Q2 radio, including in “Her Music: 24 Hours of Emerging Women Composers,” in 2014, 2015 and 2016, Women’s eNews, Women’s Voices for Change, Chorus America’s The Voice, Vocal Area Network, Epoch Times, Go Magazine, and on The Sandi Klein Show. Melodia is the recipient of two WNYC/WQXR Radio Salute the ARtS Initiative awards and released its first professionally produced recording, “Lullaby,” in 2014. Melodia’s first ever summer sing for women’s voices in August 2019 was attended by 90-plus singers. www.melodiawomenschoir.org

 
8.00pm
NEC's Jordan Hall
30 Gainsborough Street
Boston, MA
02115
United States of America

Details:
Web site
The Boston Modern Orchestra Project (BMOP), the nation’s premier orchestra dedicated exclusively to

 
24 November 2019
 
3.00pm
Saffron Hall
Audley End Road
Saffron Walden
CB11 4UH
United Kingdom

Details:
Web site
A programme of music spanning almost 300 years

 
3.00pm
Sage Gateshead
St Mary's Square, Gateshead Quays, Gateshead
Tyne and Wear
NE8 2JR
United Kingdom

Details:
Web site
Elgar: The Kingdom

 
3.00pm
Nicholas Roerich Museum
319 West 107th Street, New York, NY 10025
New York
10025
United States of America

Details:
Web site
Mystic Visions

 
3.00pm
First Congregational church
1128 Pine Street
Boulder, CO
80302
United States of America

Details:
Web site
Gail Archer is an international concert organist, recording artist, choral conductor and lecturer wh

 
3.00pm
West End Collegiate
245 W. 77th St., New York City
New York
United States of America

Details:
Teri Duerr
+1 (212) 757 2945

$25, $20 advance, $15 advance senior and student
Incantations, presented by Melodia Women's Choir of NYC

Cynthia Powell, conductor
Taisiya Pushkar, piano
Stéphanie Larrière, Butoh dance
All-female string quintet
Melodia Women's Choir of NYC

ALLISON SNIFFIN (b.1960)
: Ekō
 (world premiere commission)
ROBIN MILFORD (1903-1959)
: Days and Moments – Autumn and Winter
 (U.S premiere)


CHARLES VILLIERS STANFORD (1852-1924)
: Fairy Day, Three Idylls for Female Chorus (U.S. premiere)


MEDIAEVAL BAEBES: song book

 selections
DAVID WILLCOCKS (1919-2015): 
Full Fathom Five
; Fear no more the heat o’ the sun
JEFFREY VAN (b.1941): 
Echo
SERGEI PROKOFIEV (1891-1953)
: Suggestion Diabolique Op.4 


On the heels of their sold-out spring season, Melodia Women’s Choir of NYC, led by Cynthia Powell, presents Incantations, an excursion into the secret recesses of the spirit world.

Melodia is thrilled to announce the world premiere commission of Ekō, composed by Allison Sniffin (Music Director, Meredith Monk & Vocal Ensemble) for women’s voices and string quintet. In the true Melodia tradition of pushing the boundaries of choral performance, the haunting music of Ekō will provide the soundscape for Japanese Butoh dance in an original work choreographed and performed by Stéphanie Larrière.

Continuing its mission to bring audiences the rarest of works, Melodia presents the U.S. premieres of Fairy Day: Three Idylls for Female Chorus from Irish composer C.V. Stanford and Days and Moments – Autumn and Winter, by English composer Robin Milford.

“I have always had a special fascination with the arcane and the inexplicable, and I love English choral music,” said Artistic Director Cynthia Powell. “When Melodia found the suite by Robin Milford, who was a student of Vaughan Williams, and the cantata by Charles V. Stanford describing the world of fairies and nature spirits, I knew they would be featured in a Melodia concert someday. That we are performing them for American audiences for the first time is an added thrill!”

Rounding out this concert are Shakespeare-inspired compositions by David Willcocks, a Christina Rosetti poem, Echo, by Jeffrey Van, reimagined works from the canon of the Mediaeval Baebes, and a delightfully diabolic piano solo by Sergei Prokofiev performed by longtime Melodia collaborative pianist Taisiya Pushkar.

$25/ $20 adv / $15 adv senior & student
www.brownpapertickets.com/producer/5998
212-757-2945

Allison Sniffin is a frequent arranger for Melodia Women's Choir and the inaugural composer for Melodia’s Women’s Composer Commission Series (Oyeme con los ojos: Sor Juana, 2006). Sniffin serves as Music Director of Meredith Monk & Vocal Ensemble and has toured worldwide with Monk since 1996. She co-orchestrated and edited Monk’s works for the New World Symphony, St. Louis Symphony Orchestra, Los Angeles Master Chorale, Kronos Quartet, Western Wind Ensemble, Young People’s Chorus of NYC and Bang On a Can. Sniffin is the recipient of grants from Meet the Composer and the Concert Artists Guild for her composition work and a winner of the New York Philharmonic's 2017 New World Composition Challenge for Going Home: A Movement of Voices, written collaboratively with Dionne McClain-Freeney and performed this fall by community-based art project Habitat:Home.

Stéphanie Larrière is a teaching artist, educator and performer. A French native, New York City is her adopted second home. In recent years, Larrière has discovered and embraced Butoh dance, which has been a revelation to her approach to dance and life, studying under Vangeline and the Vangeline Theater/ New York Butoh Institute. In addition to Butoh, Larrière is a professional tap dancer and leads multidisciplinary dance and music projects around New York. She has been a member of Melodia Women’s Choir for four seasons and is especially excited, grateful and honored this season to be dancing Ekō, composed by Allison Sniffin. 

Cynthia Powell, Melodia Artistic Director, celebrates her 16th season with Melodia. A graduate of Westminster Choir College, she has served on the guest faculty at Sarah Lawrence College, led the St. George’s Choral Society in NYC, and was a guest conductor at the International Choral Festival in Havana, Cuba. She is also the Artistic Director of the Stonewall Chorale, and currently serves as Director of Music and Organist at West End Collegiate Church in NYC, and Organist/Choirmaster of Temple Sinai in Tenafly, New Jersey.

Melodia Women’s Choir of NYC, founded in 2003 by Executive Director Jenny Clarke and Artistic Director Cynthia Powell, has established a reputation as the premier women’s choir of NYC. To date, Melodia has performed 30 concerts of works written for women’s voices, presented 12 world premieres (including nine original commissioned works from women composers) and performed with more than 100 leading female instrumentalists. Called “riveting” by The New York Times, Melodia has performed at Symphony Space, Merkin Concert Hall, DiMenna Center for Classical Music and the Church of Saint Ignatius Loyola. The choir has been featured on WQXR and Q2 radio, including in “Her Music: 24 Hours of Emerging Women Composers,” in 2014, 2015 and 2016, Women’s eNews, Women’s Voices for Change, Chorus America’s The Voice, Vocal Area Network, Epoch Times, Go Magazine, and on The Sandi Klein Show. Melodia is the recipient of two WNYC/WQXR Radio Salute the ARtS Initiative awards and released its first professionally produced recording, “Lullaby,” in 2014. Melodia’s first ever summer sing for women’s voices in August 2019 was attended by 90-plus singers. www.melodiawomenschoir.org

 
4.00pm
Union Temple of Brooklyn
3rd Floor, 17 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn, NY 11238
Brooklyn
11238
United States of America

Details:
Web site
An die Musik presents: Stephen Key, Conor Nelson, Ryo Yanagitani

 
7.30pm
Milton Court Concert Hall
Silk Street
London
EC2Y 9BH
United Kingdom

Details:
Web site
A programme of music spanning almost 300 years

 
Stern Auditorium/Perelman Stage, Carnegie Hall
881 7th Avenue, at 57th Street
New York
10019
United States of America

Details:
DCINY Box Office
Web site
E-mail
2127078566

$20-$100
The Holiday Music of Eric Whitacre

Eric Whitacre, Composer & Conductor
Distinguished Concerts Orchestra and Distinguished Concerts Singers International


All-Whitacre Program featuring arrangements of holiday classics

Tickets $20-$100!
On Sale Now!
Visit CarnegieHall.org or call 212-247-7800
Box Office: 57th Street and Seventh Avenue
 
16 November 2019 until 24 November 2019
 
Huntington Estate Winery
Mudgee
New South Wales
Australia

Details:
Web site
Huntington Estate Music Festival

Thirtieth and final festival

Performers will include Alexander Gavrylyuk, Isabelle Moretti, Maxim Rysanov, the Australian String Quartet, Andrew Goodwin, Aura Go, Ian Munro, Arcadia Winds, the Goldner String Quartet, and Trio Marvin.
 
28 November 2019
 
1.05pm
St Bartholomew the Great
West Smithfield
London
EC1A 7BE
United Kingdom

Details:
Web site
James Kreiling, piano

To include:
McCabe: Tenebrae

City Music Society

 
22 August 2024 until 28 November 2019
 
Philadelphia
19103
United States of America

Details:
Cathern
Web site
E-mail
484-386-6313
Cathern

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ООО ИНТЭК ИНН 7721782188 и ПОДЛЫЙ ОБМАНЩИК руководитель Марченко Павел Владимирович – кидалы!



НИКОГДА не обращайтесь в эту компанию!
— Они обязательно вас подставят, как и нас!


Позиционирует себя как надежная многолетняя компания, занимающаяся перепродажей нефтепродуктов.
Они попросили заключить договор и
выставить счет на постоплату!


Мы пошли навстречу этим
обманщикам, поставили им бензин, и
в итоге попали на 40 миллионов рублей.


Не имейте с ними дела, если хотите сохранить свои деньги!


ВНИМАНИЕ! МОШЕННИКИ! Компания ООО ИНТЭК ИНН 7721782188
и руководитель Марченко Павел Владимирович – кидалы!

ВНИМАНИЕ! МОШЕННИК! Компания ООО ИНТЭК
ИНН 7721782188 и ПОДЛЫЙ ОБМАНЩИК руководитель Марченко Павел Владимирович – кидалы!


НИКОГДА не обращайтесь в эту компанию!
— Они обязательно вас подставят,
как и нас!

Позиционирует себя как надежная многолетняя компания, занимающаяся
перепродажей нефтепродуктов.

Они попросили заключить договор и выставить счет на постоплату!


Мы пошли навстречу этим обманщикам,
поставили им бензин, и в итоге попали
на 40 миллионов рублей.

Не имейте с ними дела, если хотите сохранить свои деньги!


ВНИМАНИЕ! МОШЕННИКИ! Компания ООО ИНТЭК ИНН 7721782188 и руководитель Марченко Павел Владимирович
– кидалы!

ВНИМАНИЕ! МОШЕННИК! Компания ООО ИНТЭК
ИНН 7721782188 и ПОДЛЫЙ ОБМАНЩИК руководитель Марченко Павел Владимирович – кидалы!


НИКОГДА не обращайтесь в эту компанию!
— Они обязательно вас подставят, как и нас!


Позиционирует себя как надежная многолетняя компания,
занимающаяся перепродажей нефтепродуктов.
Они попросили заключить договор и выставить счет на постоплату!



Мы пошли навстречу этим обманщикам, поставили им бензин, и в итоге
попали на 40 миллионов рублей.


Не имейте с ними дела,
если хотите сохранить свои деньги!


ВНИМАНИЕ! МОШЕННИКИ! Компания ООО ИНТЭК ИНН 7721782188 и руководитель Марченко Павел Владимирович – кидалы!
 
29 November 2019
 
7.00pm
St. James's Piccadilly
Piccadilly
London
W1J 9LL
United Kingdom

Details:
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E-mail

£5-£25
Even You Song

London Oriana Choir
Dominic Ellis-Peckham, conductor
David Humphrys, organ

Cheryl Frances-Hoad: Even You Song

The London premiere of an immersive work based on Choral Evensong by artist Bettina Furnée and writer Lucy Sheerman, set to music by celebrated composer Cheryl Frances-Hoad. Candid responses from interviews with twelve couples about a potential trip to the moon form the basis of a libretto which echoes the format of Evensong. Sung by adult and children’s choirs against a backdrop of digital projections and new writing by Sara Maitland.
 
7.30pm
St. John's Smith Square
SAmith Square, Westminster
London
SW1P 3HA
United Kingdom

Details:
Web site
Celebrated pianist (“Stunning” Classic FM) Warren Mailley-Smith plays a virtuoso programme.

 
22 November 2019 until 7 December 2019
 
Montreal
Canada

Details:
Web site
Montreal Bach Festival

 


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