Concert Details & Reviews

MAR 8th: Music & Theater of Peter Maxwell Davies

MAR 8th: Music & Theater of Peter Maxwell Davies

Concert program: Peter Maxwell Davies:  Eight Songs for a Mad King featuring Brian Church, baritone Peter Maxwell Davies:  Miss Donnithorne’s Maggot featuring Jen Ashe, soprano New England Conservatory’s website.  

MAR 15th: Callithumpian Soloists

MAR 15th: Callithumpian Soloists

Concert Program: Luciano Berio, Sequenza IV for piano Yukiko Takagi Luciano Berio, Sequenza V for trombone Jacob Druckman, Animus I for trombone and tape Christopher Moore Jacob Druckman, Valentine for double bass David Goodchild Charles Dodge, Any Resemblance Is Purely Coincidental for piano and tape Yukiko Takagi New England Conservatory’s website.  

DEC 13th: The Music of Malcolm Goldstein

DEC 13th: The Music of Malcolm Goldstein

An evening of FREE music featuring special guest performer/composer, Malcolm Goldstein. Concert Program: Talia Amar, Déjà Vu Nitzan Gal, cello Georg Friedrich Haas, String Quartet No. 2 Yoonhee Lee and Charlotte Munn-Wood, violins Eve Boltax, viola Stephen Marotto, cello Malcolm Goldstein Selections to include: Broken Canons Two Silences Jeu des Cartes Soweto Stomp solo improvisations […]

NOV 20th: Why Patterns?

NOV 20th: Why Patterns?

[nec]shivaree’s first concert of 2017-18 features Morton Feldman’s monolithic Why Patterns?, a nearly half-hour exploration for flute, piano, and glockenspiel. Program: Harrison Birtwistle, Dinah and Nick’s Love Song Andrew Wilds, Scott Chamberlin, Andrew Steinberg, saxophones Hope Wilk, harp Steve Reich, Piano Phase Aoshuang Li, Annie Kwok, pianos Morton Feldman, Why Patterns? Hye-Won Suh, flute Chelsea […]

SEPT 25th: Season Opener with Pablo Gomez Cano

SEPT 25th: Season Opener with Pablo Gomez Cano

Concert Program: Luca Francesconi, A Fuoco Paul Elwood, Émissions Transparent US premiere performance Alvin Lucier, Braid written for Callithumpian Consort Marti Epstein, liquid, fragile John Heiss, Four Short Pieces for Piano Featuring guest artist:  Pablo Gomez Cano, guitar

SICPP 2017: Evening concerts announced!

SICPP 2017: Evening concerts announced!

All concerts at 8pm and in Jordan Hall, unless otherwise noted. Sunday, June 18 Georg Friedrich Haas:  Hommage à Josef Matthias Hauer (1982) Stephen Drury, piano Helmut Lachenmann:  Serynade (1998) Stephen Drury, piano Frederic Rzewski: The Fall of The Empire (Prolog)  (2007) Stuart Gerber, voice and percussion text by Thomas Jefferson Daniel Felsenfeld:  Presidential Address […]

APR 20TH: Julius Eastman & SICPP 2016 commission

APR 20TH: Julius Eastman & SICPP 2016 commission

Join us in Williams Hall for a FREE concert featuring Julius Eastman’s monolithic cello dectet, and two works commissioned by the Callithumpian Consort: one of Lee Hyla’s last works, and our SICPP 2016 commissioned composer, Charles Halka! Program: Charles Halka: “Potato Face Blind Man” (SICPP 2016 commission) Thea Lobo (mezzo-soprano), Hye-Won Suh (flute), Stephanie Skor […]

MAR 7TH: Callithumpian Soloists

MAR 7TH: Callithumpian Soloists

Join us in Inman Square for an evening of solos by our Callithumpian musicians! Performers: Rane Moore, clarinet Sarah Brady, flute Jennifer Ashe, voice Gabriela Díaz, violin Christopher Moore, trombone David Russell, cello Link to Lily Pad’s website.

MAR 15TH: Norris, Xenakis, Scelsi, Caballero, and more

MAR 15TH: Norris, Xenakis, Scelsi, Caballero, and more

Our busy spring program continues with an adventurous evening of FREE music for small ensembles — solos, duos, electroacoustic music, and more! Program: Michael Norris: “Chrysalis” (1996) for flute and electronics Hye-Won Suh (Flute) Iannis Xenakis “Dmaathen”  for oboe and percussion Mary O’Keefe (Oboe), Harrison Honor (Percussion) Giacinto Scelsi “Nuits” (1972) for double bass Kathryn […]

JAN 31ST: The Music of Julian Anderson

JAN 31ST: The Music of Julian Anderson

During his time with the Boston Symphony Orchestra, composer Julian Anderson will also work on a few of his chamber works across the street with NEC students, as well as members of the Callithumpian Consort. These pieces will be performed tonight, along with Beat Furrer’s psychological masterpiece “Lotófagos.” Prior to the concert, on January 26, […]

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