New York Composers Circle to Present A Live performance Of New Audio For Voice And Instruments

New York Composers Circle to Present A Concert Of New Music For Voice And Instruments

New York Composers Circle will existing A Live performance of New Songs for Voice and Instruments on Thursday, April 21 @ 7:00 PM at Manhattan’s Church of the Transfiguration (“Very little Church All over the Corner”), 1 East 29th Avenue in Manhattan.

Is effective by NYCC customers to be carried out are Catherine Neville’s A few Items on Paintings by Kandinsky, Paul Aljian’s By Evening. By Working day, Simona Smirnova’s Jauna Meil?-, David Mecionis’s Five Mirror Canons, Madelyn Byrne’s Hallie Quinn Brown, Eric Heilner’s Shorter Story for Violin & Piano Nº 1, Patricia Leonard‘s Don’t forget Me, from “Published in the Stars,” Christopher Sahar’s Shortcuts for Solo Piano and Anton Rovner’s Mysterious Star, tune cycle on poems by Edgar Allan Poe.

The Aljian, Smirnova, Mecionis, Heilner, Sahar and Rovner pieces will be Globe Premieres. Details about NYCC composers can be identified at

Performers will be Jacqueline Milena Thompson, soprano Simon Mulligan, piano Kyle Miller, electric powered guitar Matthew Kowalski, vibraphone David Steinberg, violin Daniel Barrett, cello Simona Smirnova, soprano Vivienne Aerts, alto Takuma Matsui, tenor Erik Schark, bass Prosperous Wardlow, trumpet and Marina Kifferstein, violin.

Tickets for the April 21 live performance are $20, available at, or at the doorway. Seniors are $15 and college students are free of charge.

For additional data, phone 201-675-7096 or go to This concert is ADA accessible. For MTA transportation info, go to http://tripplanner.mta.details/MyTrip/ui_internet/customplanner/TripPlanner.aspx.

The New York Composers Circle is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt, creative and instructional group focused to new songs – its development, its general performance, and the enhancement of new audiences. Its associates and supporters are composers, performers, and audio lovers. Its activities include concert events of new audio, month-to-month salons at which composers engage in and examine new functions and operates in development for fellow members and attendees and hear talks by many customers of the new-music group, an annual level of competition open only to nonmembers, and a application of outreach concert events to reward the broader neighborhood and to appeal to new concert audiences. Much extra about them at