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New Voice Festival – Past/Present/Future

BROOKLYN ART SONG SOCIETY'S inaugural New Voices Festival brings the start of an essential event for modern song. This first festival takes the tradition that created countless masterpieces and re-imagines it for the 21st century. 15 works by living composers, half of them world-premieres, reflect on the past and look toward the future SATURDAY, APRIL […]

Craig Carnahan: Ghost Camp

The Singers – MCA, Matthew Culloton, conductor, perform the World Premier of Craig Carnahan’s “Ghost Camp” Text by Walt Whitman (1819-1892). The text for this piece dates to Walt Whitman’s experiences during the Civil War as a nurse and is taken from his journals and poetry. James Ramlet, narrator: Ruth Palmer, piano; Heather Barringer, marimba/vibraphone/crotales; […]

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New Voice Festival – Past/Present/Future

BROOKLYN ART SONG SOCIETY'S inaugural New Voices Festival brings the start of an essential event for modern song. This first festival takes the tradition that created countless masterpieces and re-imagines it for the 21st century. 15 works by living composers, half of them world-premieres, reflect on the past and look toward the future SATURDAY, APRIL […]

NEW VOICES II

Each work in the second New Voices program takes a text from the past and gives it a new perspective, including words by Anna Akhmatova, George Eliot, Christina Rossetti, Walt Whitman, and more.  Featuring four world premiere works as well as classic Russian poetry newly translated by Jody McAuliffe (3 Russian Nocturnes). Date & Time: […]

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New Voice Festival – Past/Present/Future

BROOKLYN ART SONG SOCIETY'S inaugural New Voices Festival brings the start of an essential event for modern song. This first festival takes the tradition that created countless masterpieces and re-imagines it for the 21st century. 15 works by living composers, half of them world-premieres, reflect on the past and look toward the future SATURDAY, APRIL […]