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This week: concerts in New York (October 7 – October 13, 2013)

Ólafur Arnalds

Ólafur Arnalds (photo credit: Artistdata)

Ólafur Arnalds (photo credit: Artistdata)

Ólafur Arnalds performs at (le) poisson rouge.
Tuesday, October 8 at 7:30 PM
Tickets $25 advance, $30 day of show
(le) poisson rouge, 158 Bleecker Street, New York, NY
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Guitarist Jason Vieaux & Bandoneónist/Accordionist Julien Labro | 92Y Concerts at SubCulture

Guitar virtuoso Jason Vieaux and bandoneón/accordion sensation Julien Labro have combined forces in an electrifying new duo and will perform together, kicking off the new series “92Y Concerts at SubCulture,” a co-presentation of 92Y and newly opened club SubCulture (downstairs at 45 Bleecker Street). Their program – which celebrates music from a vast array of genres including jazz, classical, Latin American, pop and film – features Piazzolla’s History of the Tango, Pat Metheny’s Antonia, Isaac Albéniz’s Sevilla and Asturias, selections from Radamés Gnattali’s Suite Retratos, and even an arrangement of Tears for Fears’ Everybody Wants to Rule the World.
Tuesday, October 8 at 7:30 PM
Tickets $30/$35
SubCulture, 45 Bleecker Street (downstairs), New York, NY
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Hugo Wolf Quartett

Music by Mozart, Schubert, Topel, Hersant, and Schmidinger.
Tuesday, October 8 at 7:30 PM
Free
Australian Cultural Forum, 11 East 52nd Street, New York, NY
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Numinous Performs Scenes from The Loves of Pharaoh | Neighborhood Classics

Joe Phillips

Joe Phillips

Neighborhood Classics presents Joseph C. Phillips Jr.’s popular and highly acclaimed ensemble, Numinous, in concert. Numinous will perform selections from Phillips’ score for The Loves of Pharaoh live, as scenes from the 1922 silent film by German director Ernst Lubitsch are screened. The group will also play other chamber music by Phillips with visual elements, including an audience interactive piece inspired by synchronous fireflies and a new composition based on a children’s picture book. All ticket sales for this one-hour, family-friendly concert benefit P.S. 321.
Thursday, October 10 at 7 PM
Tickets $15
PS 321’s Auditorium, 180 7th Avenue, Brooklyn, NY
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Steve Dalachinsky & Carver Audain: The Etymology of Sound | Musical Ecologies

The 2013-14 season of Musical Ecologies continues Thursday, October 10 with a collaboration between poet Steve Dalachinsky and sound artist Carver Audain. Calling themselves Ban(ne)d Books, their duo was initiated in 2012 at a party, on a whim, and their performances merge Dalachinsky’s dynamic and enlivened readings with Audain’s contribution of spontaneous vocal processing and sonic textures. Their meetings nod towards mood aligning ephemera.
Thursday, October 10 at 8 PM
$10 suggested donation
The Old Stone House 336 Third Street, bet. 4th/5th Avenues (in the center of Washington Park), Park Slope, Brooklyn
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The Death of Webern and Re-Routed

Pocket Opera Players, founded by MacArthur Award winner John Eaton, presents world premieres of two one-act operas: The Death of Webern by Michael Dellaira with libretto by J. D. McClatchy, and Re-Routed by John Eaton with libretto by Estela Eaton.
Thursday, October 10 to Saturday, October 12 at 8 PM
Tickets $30; Children, Students $25; Day of Show $35
Leonard Nimoy Thalia at Symphony Space, 2537 Broadway, New York, NY
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Alarm Will Sound: The Permanent Collection

Alarm Will Sound

Alarm Will Sound

The program features the ensemble’s first performance of a work by Wagner, the Siegfried Idyll, as well as Living Toys by Thomas Adès; Ragtime Dances Nos. 1 and 4 by Charles Ives; and György Ligeti’s Chamber Concerto.
Friday, October 11 at 7 PM
Tickets $35, $1 ages 7-16 (when accompanied by an adult)
Grace Rainey Rogers Auditorium, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1000 5th Ave New York, NY
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Czech Music in the 20th Century

Concert by cellist Petr Nouzovsky and pianist Patricia Goodson playing a broad range of styles from neo-Romantic to the avant-garde by Josef Adamik, Leos Janacek, Josef Bohuslav Foerster, Roman Haas, Bohuslav Martinu, Geraldine Mucha, Viktor Kalabis and Leonard Bernstein.
Friday, October 11 at 7 PM
Free
Czech Center at Bohemian National Hall, 321 E 73rd St, New York, NY
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DMA Collaboration Concert (Part II)

Composers Patricia Giannattasio, Austin Shadduck, Red Wierenga, Nicholas R. Nelson, Whitney George, Inés Thiebaut and Jessica Rudman / Performers Lisa Tipton, Nils Neubert, Kristin Leitterman, Andrea Covais, Melissa Keeling, Bonnie Mcalvin, Sara Paar, Jonathan Singer (and his band!), Alice Jones, Mary Hubbell and Kelli Kathman (with Bill Solomon).
Friday, October 11 at 7:30PM
Free
Elebash Recital Hall, 356 5th Avenue, New York, NY
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Axiom

Jeffrey Milarsky

Jeffrey Milarsky

Specializing in the 20th century’s “classic” repertoire and conducted by American conductor Jeffrey Milarsky, Juilliard’s critically-acclaimed contemporary music ensemble AXIOM opens its season with two works by American composer and Juilliard alumnus Jacob Druckman, and the world premiere of the 2013 version of American composer Morton Subotnick’s Jacob’s Room.
Friday, October 11 at 8PM
Free
Peter Jay Sharp Theatre, 155 W 65th St, New York, NY
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2013 International Alliance for Women in Music Annual Concert
The program showcases selected winners of IAWM Annual Search for New Music Competition. Experience the creative contributions of female composers from around world. Compositions will be performed by ensemble mise-en, a New York-based contemporary music collective. After the performance, everybody is welcome to stay for a reception.
Friday, October 11 at 8 PM
Free
University Settlement 184 Eldridge Street, New York, NY
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AOP25: Celebrating Composers & the Voice

AOP (American Opera Projects) and The Phoenix Concerts will co-produce a concert featuring the work of composers and librettists from AOP’s C&V (Composers & the Voice) program, an annual fellowship that trains composers to write for the operatic voice. Phoenix Concerts Artistic Director and C&V alumna (2005-06) Gilda Lyons will be one of the highlighted composers, along with Sidney Boquiren, Conrad Cummings, Daniel Felsenfeld, Vivian Fung, Kristin Kuster, Hannah Lash, Ray Lustig, Jack Perla, Rachel Peters, Daniel Sonenberg, and Stefan Weisman.
Friday, October 11 at 8PM
Tickets $10, students free
Church of Saint Matthew and Saint Timothy, 26 West 84th Street New York, NY
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REPLAY: Commemorating the 10th anniversary of the Iraq War – the 8th Annual Peace Concert

Ensemble Pi’s Peace Project Concerts series, which creates a dialogue between ideas and music on some of the world’s great issues of the day through commissions of new works and collaborations with writers and artists, commemorates the 10th anniversary of the beginning of the Iraq War with a program of highlights from past seasons. Replay also includes a guest appearance by David Riker, writer, with Jeremy Scahill, of the documentary, Dirty Wars, which follows the rise of the Joint Special Operations Command (JSOC), the most secret and elite fighting force in U.S. history.
Saturday, October 12 at 8PM
Tickets $15, $10 students and seniors
the cell, 338 West 223rd Street, New York, NY
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Alastair Gavin: Music for Piano and Electronics

During his brief visit form London, composer and pianist Alistair Gavin will present some of his recent work.
Saturday, October 12 at 10PM
Tickets $15
Spectrum, 121 Ludlow Street, Second Floor, New York, NY
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The Well-Extended Piano | Reiner van Houdt

In his program the piano is featured as the protagonist in a fragmentary collection of journal-entries (Ferrari), as a solitary ear exploring tones within a rotating field (Pisaro), as an audioscanner highlighting the outlines of an evolving structure (Adriaansz), or finally as an endangered species, time and again surviving its own extinction (Curran).
Sunday, October 3 at 3 PM
Tickets $15
Spectrum, 121 Ludlow Street, Second Floor, New York, NY
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Composers Concordance | C&C Piano Factory

An evening of piano music by Svjetlana Bukvich, Dan Cooper, Jed Distler, Sean Hickey, Milica Paranosic, Joseph Pehrson, Gene Pritsker, and Myrna Schloss. Performed by Svjetlana Bukvich, Jed Distler, Roberto Pace, Milica Paranosic, Svetlana Smolina, and guests.
Sunday, October 3 at 6 PM
Tickets $20 at the door (includes $10 drink-food credit)
Cornelia Street Cafe, 29 Cornelia Street, New York, NY
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Sam Reising

Sam Reising | Twitter @samreising

Sam Reising is a composer living in New York City.
http://www.samreising.com



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icareifulisten
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@cbuchenholz Thank you, Chris! We post this every Monday, and I RT through the week. Have a musical weekend :)