We have three concerts we're proud to co-present, curate, and share with you later this month!
First we have pianist Christopher Goddard and bass trombonist Felix del Tredici at the Patrick Cardy studio, on the evening of November 22nd. It promises to be an intimate affair, and features new works by two composers, who will be in attendance: Sundar Subramanian and Lora Bidner. Tickets are only $10/$5 students, seniors, and artists at the door. You can also purchase in advance from Eventbrite.
Here is the full program:
Patrick Cardy – 'The Masks of Astarte'
Sundar Subramanian – 'Eight in Five'
Lora Bidner – 'Baroque & Ragtime Medley'
Olivier Messiaen – 'Cantéyodjayâ' (1948)
Luciano Berio – Sequenza V
Alvin Lucier – 'Panorama' for piano and trombone
Sandeep Bhagwati – Selections from 'Miyagi Haiku'
Julio Estrada – 'Yuunohui'Ehecatl' (Canadian Premiere)
Giacinto Scelsi – 'Canto Anonimo'
Second, we are proud to co-present with Pop Drone a concert featuring Dustin Finer and Daniel Freder with special guests Bosveld, at Le Petite Mort Gallery. Free admission and cash bar. It is recommend that you reserve your tickets in advance here.
Third, we are pleased to team up with the Museum of Nature again to present JK3's arrangements of selections from the video game Chrono Trigger, NYC futurebeat jazz Parabola, and a hootenanny lasting one hour that is open to all! Find out much more by visiting our Hootenanny page and our Season listing. As this concert happens at the Nature Nocturne event, you must have a ticket to it ($25), but the concert itself is included.
It's an incredibly busy and exciting time at ONMC. I think you'll agree that we have something for everyone in the next month. Feel free to get in touch via our contact page, or simply browse the site to learn more.