PAST EVENTS:


2015

February 4

Bradley Colten

Stony Brook University, Dept. of Music
Stony Brook, NY
Lecture/Performance


2014

February 13, 2014

Denver University.
Newman Center for the Performing Arts
2344 E. Iliff Avenue,
Denver, CO, 80208
(303) 871-7720


Remembering Ansel Adams
in pictures and music

Michael Adams, the son of legendary photographer Ansel Adams, will present a lecture and slideshow of his father’s stunning photographs followed by the Lamont Symphony Orchestra featuring the Colorado Premiere of Remembering Ansel Adams by composer Ernst Bacon with Grammy Award-winning clarinet soloist Richard Stoltzman.

6pm: Michael Adams
7:30pm: Concert

Lamont Symphony Orchestra
Richard Stoltzman, clarinet,
Lawrence Golan, conductor

Witold Lutoslawski Dance Preludes.
Aaron Copland Fanfare for the Common Man,
Ernst Bacon Remembering Ansel Adams,
Anton Bruckner Symphony No. 7.

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2013

Sunday, June 2, 2013, 2:00 PM

BSR Recital Series

A Musical Portrait of Emily Dickinson 

The home of John Archer,
10 North St.,
Danvers, MA

Reservations strongly recommended,
please email info@bostonsingersresource.org

$20 suggested donation accepted at the door.

A very special event to benefit Boston Singers' Resource featuring Stephanie Mann, soprano; Roselin Osser, mezzo-soprano; Leslie Tay, tenor; Beverly Soll, piano. 

Presented as a narrated musical essay, our newest program attempts to unravel some of the mystery surrounding the life and personality of Emily Dickinson, one of America's most beloved poets. The recital is loosely woven into four parts: Introducing Miss Emily, The World Outside Miss Emily's Window, Loss and Visions of Eternity and The End. 

The audience will feel "at home in Amherst" as it meets this gentle person.

10 American composers are represented on this program: Lee Hoiby, Isadore Freed, Robert Ward, Richard Hageman, Robert Baksa, Richard Hundley, Ernst Bacon, Jake Heggie, John Duke and Aaron Copland.

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Sunday, June 9, at 4pm

MELODEON

Artis Wodehouse
Marti Newland
George Spitzer

Church of the Epiphany,
74th and York
New York, NY

Program:
For Mustel Art Harmonium: 19th Century Synagogue music by Louis Lewandowski
The Immovable Do by Percy Grainger
Songs by Ernst Bacon on texts by poets Whitman, Sandburg, Dickinson
Arrangements and original songs by Margaret Bonds and Hall Johnson

Saturday, May 4 from 7:30pm to 9:30pm

Susquehanna Symphony Orchestra

Reflections on the Civil War

Bel Air High School,
100 Heighe Street,
Bel Air, MD 21014

Program:
Jerry Bilik – American Civil War Fantasy
Kermit Poling – No Sound of Trumpet nor Roll of Drum
Jay Ungar / arr. Custer – Ashokan Farewell
Ernst Bacon  – Ford’s Theatre (selections)
Aaron Copland  –  Lincoln Portrait

This concert is the annual “side-by-side” concert.  The SSO welcomes Harford County’s finest high school student musicians.

This July will mark the 150th Anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg during the Civil War.

http://ssorchestra.ticketleap.com/2013-05-04/

Sunday, April 7 at 3:00pm

Aaron Copland House

A SOLITUDE OF SOUND: THE WORLD OF EMILY DICKINSON

Aaron Copland
Gregg Kallor
(CH Resident 2011)
Henry Mollicone
Ernst Bacon


Copland House at Merestead 455 Byram Lake Road
Mt. Kisco, NY
(914) 788-4659
http://www.coplandhouse.org/events-and-tickets/


Sunday, April 7 at 7pm

San José Chamber Orchestra

Willkommen

San José Chamber Orchestra
1034 Bennett Way
San José, CA 95125

408-295-4416

Mozart – Adagio and Fugue in c-minor KV 546
Ernst Bacon – Remembering Ansel Adams, soloist: Michael Corner
Mozart – Divertimento in D-major KV 136
Betthoven – Triple Concerto by Beethoven, soloists: The Delphi Trio
Guest Conductor: George Cleve

http://www.sjco.org/SJCO/2012-2013.html