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Hark, I Hear the Harps Eternal

The first live concert in over two years, the Peninsula Women’s Chorus (PWC) celebrates being together with classic choral works interwoven with the ethereal sounds of the harp. Opening with Alice Parker’s (a ChoralQuest composer) rousing setting of “Hark, I Hear the Harps Eternal” followed by Brahms’s first choral work, the lilting “Ave Maria,” PWC presents […]

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Music Monday LIVE!

The Lewis Prize for Music has teamed up with Save The Music Foundation to host youth-led weekly conversations with today’s music leaders starting on Mondays, October 18, 2021 through December 20, 2021 at 5 PM CT | 3 PM PT Music Monday LIVE is an exciting opportunity for youth across the United States to connect with music industry […]

40TH ANNUAL MESSIAH SING-ALONG

Kicking off 2022 is “City Called Heaven,” featuring 62 voices, piano, and percussion. It will in-law music by Skye, Trumbore, McFerrin, Choi, Kahane, Shatin, Adolphus Hailstork (a BandQuest composer), Bocanegra, and Guillaume, among others. Jenny Wong and Grant Gershon conduct. Date & Time: Monday, December 20, 2021 at 9:30 PM CT | 7:30 PM PT […]

“This Humble Vessel” with Jonathan Hepfer

A presentation of works for solo percussion performed by Jonathan Hepfer featuring works by Alvin Lucier, John Cage, and a performance of James Tenney’s "Having Never Written a Note for Percussion." Date & Time: Saturday, January 8, 2022 at 9 PM CT | 7 PM PT Learn more and get tickets here.

NYC Winter Jazzfest

The NYC Winter Jazzfest will return to form in 2022, with 10 nights of programming in Manhattan and Brooklyn beginning on Thursday, January 13, 2022 to Saturday, Jenuary 22, 2022. […]

ACF Equity Study Group: The Long View: Whose responsibility is diversity?

Virtual

As many organizations look to explore diversity equity and inclusion, what does it mean to do this work responsibly? During this study group, we will use the Classical Music UK article The Long View which examines the idea of responsible DEI work and responsibility in DEI work. On Thursday, January 13, 2022 at 4:00 PM CT, […]

New York Choral Society 2021-22 Season: Love In Action

The chorus will make its return to live performance with “Love in Action.” The concert of choral music will bring together works of eight contemporary American composers including Jennifer Higdon (a BandQuest and ChoralQuest composer), Rosephanye Powell (a ChoralQuest composer), Abbie Betinis (a ChoralQuest composer), Morten Lauridsen, and others to explore universal themes of reflection, […]

Tai Murray and Friends: Piano Quintets

Violinist, Tai Murray (“superb,” N Y Times), joins violist, Melissa Reardon (“virtuosic,” Classical Voice); cellist, Raman Ramakrishnanan (“admired,” New Yorker); bassist, Doug Balliett; and Artistic Director Aaron Wunsch for a program of quintets, traditional and contemporary. Schubert’s beloved “Trout” Quintet accompanies Xhosa composer Bongani Ndodana-Breen’s Intlanzi Yase Mzantsi (The Fish From South Africa, based on […]

Kaufman Music Center – Ecstatic Music: Bang on a Can People’s Commissioning Fund Concert

World Premieres by Tomeka Reid, Ken Thomson and Fred Frith New Arrangements of Works by Nick Dunston, Aeryn Santillan, Jeffrey Brooks, Trevor Weston and Soo Yeon Lyuh Bang on a Can’s annual People’s Commissioning Fund Concert returns with a high-octane concert of world premieres and an expanded nine-piece Bang on a Can All-Stars lineup! Jen […]

Dreams of Freedom – Family Concert

An introduction to the dream and message of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.—created especially for young listeners. With music by more than a century of Black composers including Florence Price, William Grant Still, Undine […]

Concert 2: Songs of Struggle, Compassion, and Redemption

Troubled by the onslaught of killings of unarmed Black men, Emmy Award-winning composer Joel Thompson wrote his Seven Last Words of the Unarmed in 2015, after finding Brooklyn-based journalist and artist Shirin Barghi’s #lastwords project […]