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As part of a yearlong collaborative project, Cadillac Moon Ensemble presents an evening of pieces from composer collective Circles and Lines. This concert is the culminating event of a long-standing collaboration with CME and C&L, which has included interviews with WVUM 90.5 in Miami, Florida and WRIU 90.3 in Kingston, Rhode Island, and an open rehearsal held at New York University and streamed for a worldwide audience.

CME will perform new works by Eric Lemmon and Dylan Glatthorn, as well as previously performed works by Angélica Negron, Conrad Winslow and Noam Faingold that have long been regarded as favorites in CME’s repertoire. Immediately following the concert, there will be a Q&A session with the audience and both groups discussing the collaborative process.

The concert is Friday, May 17, 2013 at 5:00pm at Tenri Cultural Center (43A West 13th Street, Manhattan). Tickets are: $15 general; $10 students and seniors.


  • Angélica Negrón – Quimbombó*#
  • Eric Lemmon – Canis Major * # †
  • Dylan Glatthorn – Fever Dreams * # †
  • Noam Faingold – A Knife in the Water
  • Conrad Winslow – Abiding Shapes * #

* commissioned by CME
# premiered by CME
† World Premiere

Funded in part through New MusicUSA’s MetLife Creative Connections program.

Cadillac Moon Ensemble and Circles and Lines is made possible in part with public funds from the Manhattan Community Arts Fund, supported by the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council and administered by Lower Manhattan Cultural Council.

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Circles and Lines Returns to Vaudeville Park for Two Shows


Vaudeville Park hosts two unique nights of chamber music by the composer collective “Circles and Lines” as part of an innovative classical crossover into the 2011 College Music Journal Festival. Come to ONE or come to BOTH!

Vaudeville Park
25 Bushwick Avenue
New York, NY

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20th 2011, 7:30PM:
The first concert features premieres of new works by Circles and Lines composers Angelica Negron, Noam Faingold, Conrad Winslow, Eric Lemmon and Dylan Glatthorn. The program features experimental ensemble Project 60/40, up-and-coming new music pianist David Friend, and Boston-based double bassist Peter Ferretti, among others.


Angélica Negrón – The Peculiar Purple Pieman of Porcupine Peak
Conrad Winslow – All Rise
Dylan Glatthorn – Broken Ships on Empty Seas
Eric Lemmon – Prelude No. 26
Eric Lemmon – The Mass of St. Sécaire
Eric Lemmon – Closer for Solo Viola
Noam Faingold – Facebook Opera Scenes
Noam Faingold – Hymn to Romance

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 23rd 2011, 6:30PM:
The second program, features a collaborative concert with PUBLIQuartet, who will perform pieces for string quartet by Circles and Lines composers. Also on the program are works by PUBLIQuartet violinist Jessie Montgomery, and three NYU composers who will be joining the program, which was curated by members of Circles and Lines as a result of a call for scores in August 2011. The concert will present an opportunity to hear from the composer of each piece and to ask questions pertaining to their work. Following the concert on October 23rd, there will be a cocktail party in celebration of Vaudeville Park’s CMJ “Music as Art” series with free champagne.


Angélica Negrón – Bubblegum Grass Peppermint Field
Dylan Glatthorn – Stars Falling Like Raindrops
Elias Constantopedos – Mirologia
Eric Lemmon – Piece for String Quartet
Jessie Montgomery – Standing/Forward
Joshua Green – Con Fuoco
Noam Faingold – “Sunrise” for String Quartet
Ryan Homsey – Rounding the Apse

Circles and Lines live @ Vaudeville Park!

Here we invaded Brooklyn venue and art-space Vaudeville Park.  Here’s the program order:

Vaudeville Park
7:00, Friday April 8th, 2011
26 Bushwick Avenue, NY

Broken Ships on Empty Seas by Dylan Glatthorn

  • Joshua Henderson, Violin
  • Matthew Rosenthal, Double Bass

Little Respite by  Eric Lemmon

  • Maria Johnson, Flute
  • Ruka Shironishi, Piano

Etiquette by Noam Faingold

  • Michael Midlarsky, Cello


How the Dodo Became Extinct

  • Film by: Shelley Dodson
  • Music by: Angélica Negrón
  • All instruments performed and recorded by Angélica Negrón

Closer for Viola by Eric Lemmon

  • Eric Lemmon, Viola

All Rise by Conrad Winslow

  • Jing Yang, Piano

Circles and Lines Live at (le) Poisson Rouge No. 3!

This time around we were joined by our friends over at The Manhattan Camerata which was founded by composers Lucía Caruso and Pedro da Silva.  It was also featured on Q2’s live concert series, where they said:

Contemporary music ensembles are more often than not spearheaded by dedicated performers who band together out of a shared chemistry and passion for performing new works. In the case of Circles & Lineshowever, it is a consortium motivated by composers who are committed to presenting a range of accessible, yet eclectic and unique compositional styles.

This performance on September 12, 2010 at (Le) Poisson Rouge features the works of Circles & Lines composers Angélica Negrón, Noam Faingold, Eric Lemmon, Dylan Glatthorn and Conrad Winslow in addition to that of Pedro da Silva and Lucia Caruso.

Though the illustrious composers of Circles & Lines possess a range of experiences — from composing music for toys and unconventional instruments to founding the music criticism and review siteOpenSourceMusic to being composer-in-residence at Tulsa’s Midtown School — they have all managed to find common ground right here in New York City. Featuring pieces which involve everything from electronics to prepared piano to banjo to chamber orchestra, this (L)PR concert exemplifies Circles & Lines’s colorful backgrounds and mission to program a performance that runs the gamut of today’s emerging composers.

You can find the program from the concert here.

Le Poisson Rouge is located on 158 Bleecker st.

Subway: A, B, C, D, E, F and V trains to W. 4th St. station, R, W to 8th St. station, #6 to Astor Place station, #1 to Christopher St./Sheridan Sq. station.

Tickets are $10 for all ages, made available the night of the performance, or in advance through Le Poisson Rouge’s website.