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July 31, 2020

AUSTRALIAN FESTIVAL OF CHAMBER MUSIC - TOWNSVILLE

Twenty-five short variations by Australian composers specially chosen by the Goldner Quartet and commissioned by AFCM in celebration of the Quartet's 25th Anniversary. Ode to Joy, the theme of the Variations, was composed by Beethoven in his 9th Symphony. 

Matthew Hindson, Graeme Koehne AO, Andrew Schultz, Ross Edwards, Joe Chindamo, Liza Lim, Mark Isaacs, Carl Vine, Harry Sdraulig, Andrew Ford, Robert Davidson, Maria Grenfell, Jakub Jankowski, Natalie Williams, Paul Stanhope, Paul Grabowsky, Brett Dean, Nicole Murphy, Elena Kats-Chernin, Elizabeth Younan, Clare Strong (formerly Johnston), John Peterson, Iain Grandage, Paul Dean, Holly Harrison.

June 23, 2020

NOISY WOMEN COMMISSION PREMIERE - ENSEMBLE OFFSPRING - *POSTPONED DUE TO COVID-19

The premiere of a new work for Ensemble Offspring, written as part of the 2019 Noisy Women Commission.

 

Utzon Room, Sydney Opera House. 

January 01, 2020

LUNART FESTIVAL - MADISON WI - *POSTPONED DUE TO COVID-19

Spinning Top has been selected as one of four works to be programmed at the LunART Festival in Madison WI from June 3-7 2020. 

May 29, 2020

HINGE ENSEMBLE - BOSTON

HINGE premieres a new version of Stolen, commissioned for their  “Clockworks” program. This program features music by Heather Stebbins, Hannah Lash, and Louis Andriessen with world premieres by Yoon-Ji Lee, and Dan VanHassel’s arrangement of Meshuggah’s Clockworks.

 

April 02, 2020

SEEN BUT NOT HER - WOW AUSTRALIA 2020 - *POSTPONED DUE TO COVID-19

'Seen But Not Her' brings together two formidable women’s performance groups, Muses Trio, and Vulcana, to present a new performance combining music by women, played by exceptional musicians, and embodied by awe-inspiring circus performers. 

This show is presented on Friday 3 April at the Brisbane Powerhouse as part of the WOW Australia 2020 program, with music by Fanny Mendelssohn, Lera Auerbach, and Nicole Murphy. 

March 20, 2020

DIVULSION - WILMINGTON, DE - *POSTPONED DUE TO COVID-19

The Wilmington Classical Guitar Society will host guitarist Jordan Dodson and the Un/Strung Guitar Duo in a performance on March 21 at 7.30pm. 

Works by Roland Dyens, Dai Fujikura, Reiko Füting, Johann Kaspar Mertz, Alonso Mudarra, and Nicole Murphy.

March 17, 2020

DARK WATER... AIR STIRS - PORTLAND OR - *POSTPONED DUE TO COVID-19

Lisa Neher, mezzo-soprano will perform a program of works including 'dark water...air stirs' at Wine Wednesdays, presented by Third Angle New Music on Wed, March 18, 5:30-6:30 pm
Pullman Wine Bar, Portland, OR
Free & open to the public

February 10, 2020

UNTANGLED - SUSQUEHANNA UNIVERSITY

Three students and four faculty members join SU alumnus and pianist Zachary Nyce for a night of chamber music for “Pierrot Ensemble.” Performances will be interspersed with music from Arnold Schoenberg’s landmark composition, Pierrot Lunaire, the music and the ensemble which formed the basis for dozens of compositions over the last century.

Repertoire to include:

Jennifer Higdon: Zaka
Alexandra Gardner: Vixen
Timothy Kramer: Three Pairs Suite
Nicole Murphy: Untangled

Kathleen Owens, Flute
Rebecca Reeder, Clarinet
Gail Levinsky, Saxophone
Zachary Nyce, Piano
Patrick Long, Percussion
Jennifer Sacher Wiley, Violin
Dustin Dicely, Cello
Jordan Randall Smith, Conductor

Presented as part of Susquehanna University’s 21st Century Tuesdays series.

February 08, 2020

VII STOLEN - CHICAGO

Michael Hall performs a programme of solo viola works at Constellation in Chicago on Sunday 9 February at 8.30pm.

The programme includes: 

Narong Prangcharoen - Antahkarana

Nicole Murphy - Stolen

Jim Mobberley - Subject To Change Without Notice

Alfred Schnittke - Cadenza

Paul Coletti - Fantasia

October 22, 2019

NEW WORK - ST ANDREW'S UNIVERSITY NEW MUSIC ENSEMBLE, EDINBURGH

Commissioned to celebrate the International Year of the Periodic Table, the St Andrew's New Music Ensemble will premiere a new work for flute, violin, trumpet, horn and bassoon, based on the research of Emeritus Professor David Cole-Hamilton. 

 

Performance: Royal Society of Edinburgh, Edinburgh.

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