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.

-Program-

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.

-Program-

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

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