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SOF Events January 2015

Mason Bates
Photo: Lydia Danmiller
Derek Bermel
Photo: derekbermel.com
Eric Nathan
Photo: AAR Archives
James Primrosch
Photo: pennencore.wordpress.com
David Lang
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Claude Baker
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A few January concerts that feature works by Academy composers

CHAPEL HILL and RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA
Thursday, 8 January, 7:30pm — Chapel Hill
Friday, 9 January, 8pm — Raleigh
Saturday, 10 January, 8pm — Raleigh

North Carolina Symphony will present Rhapsody in Blue as part of the 2014/15 Raleigh Classical Series. The concert will include performances of “Rusty Air in North Carolina,” by Mason Bates, FAAR 2004, and “Jamm on Toast” from Voices by Derek Bermel, FAAR 2002, along with a couple of well-known works by George Gershwin.

Tickets

Memorial Hall
208 East Cameron Avenue
University of North Carolina
Chapel Hill
 
Meymandi Concert Hall
2 East South Street
Raleigh
 

BOSTON
Sunday, 11 January, 3pm

The Boston Symphony Chamber Players will premiere the BSO-commissioned work, "Why Old Places Matter," for oboe, horn and piano by Eric Nathan, FAAR 2014. The performance will feature Principal Oboist John Ferrillo, Principal Hornist James Sommerville and pianist Randall Hodgkinson. More performances scheduled in 2015 are on his website.

Jordan Hall
New England Conservatory
30 Gainsborough Street
617.585.1260
 

PHILADELPHIA
Sunday, 18 January, 3pm
Badinerie Squared (premiere)
Friday, 23 January
Waltzing the Spheres; excerpts from "Holy the Firm"

Two works by James Primosch, AFAAR 1993 will be performed in Philadelphia in January. The Dolce Suono Ensemble will present the world premiere of “Badinerie Squared” at the Trinity Center for Urban Life. "Waltzing the Spheres"; excerpts from "Holy the Firm" will be presented by Penn Contemporary Music at Rose Recital Hall.

Trinity Center for Urban Life
22nd and Spruce Streets
Tickets

Rose Recital Hall
Fischer-Bennett Hall, Room 419
3340 Walnut Street
University of Pennsylvania 

 

BLOOMINGTON, INDIANA
Sunday, 25 January, 4pm

NOTUS:IU Contemporary Vocal Ensemble at Indiana University, will perform a program entitled Fire and Ice: Elemental Songs of Magic and Mystery that will include the world premiere of Hor che'l ciel e la terra by Claude Baker, RAAR 2009 and the little match girl passion by David Lang, FAAR 1991

Auer Hall
Simon Music Center, second floor
200 South Jordan Avenue