unSUNg: New & Neglected Vocal Chamber Music
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Featured review from Rhonda D.
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I went alone. It was an interesting concert of new music. Perhaps my favorite piece was a religious one by a Polish composer with lots
of crushed chords and 20th century harmonies. The church was very
air conditioned and I was cold throughout. Not all of the performers were exceptional artists.
June 29, 2014:
Jonathan Kupper — Life Cycle
Rachel Payne, soprano, with piano
Robert S. Cohen — Parable
Coril Prochnow, soprano
Brian Farrell, piano
Alan L. Smith — Vignettes: Ellis Island
Tracy Van Fleet, mezzo-soprano
Lisa Sylvester, piano
Christina Whitten Thomas — In the Garret
April Amante, soprano
Nic Gerpe, piano
JAC Redford — Five e. e. cummings sonnets
Karen Hogle Brown, soprano
Lisa Sylvester, piano
July 20, 2014:
Giacomo Puccini — Uncommon Puccini Perfection (selected songs)
Valerie Ricks, soprano, with piano
Kaley Lane Eaton — RUN: Four short madrigals
for soprano, alto and bass
Brother Angelus Echeverry — Music for the Christ
Jon Murray — Selected songs
Deanna Murray, soprano
Patrick Rogers, piano
George N. Gianopoulos — 13 Haikus
SATB quartet with piano
August 17, 2014:
Steven Snowden — Cautionary Tales for Children
Amber Alarcon, mezzo-soprano, and ensemble
Alan Berman — All which isn’t singing
Alexandra Grabarchuk, mezzo-soprano
Alan Berman, guitar
David Avshalomov — Excerpts from The Pearl of the World (chamber opera)
Soloists and chorus with piano and guitar
Max Kaplan — Imago
Mindi Erlich, Genevieve Artadi,
Andrea Calderwood, Alexandra Domingo,
Sean Fitzpatrick, Jessica Freedman, Katharine Hoye
Mark Abel — Three Rainbow Songs
Jamie Chamberlain, soprano
Victoria Kirsch, piano
Please note: These concerts will be recorded and are not suitable for small children.
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