January 31:  New Sounds Live presents Wordless MusicThe Miners’ Hymns
Jóhann Jóhannsson’s score for Bill Morrison’s documentary on English mining city Durham,
performed live by Wordless Music Orchestra.
Winter Garden, World Financial Center, NYC

March 3-13:  International Residency with Alumni of The Academy
Coachings, Interactive Performances and Ensemble ACJW concerts.
Mumbai, India

March 16 & 18:  Residencies with Argento Chamber Ensemble
Educational workshops, repertoire concerts and student-composed works.
The College of New Jersey, March 16
Columbia Composers at St. Peter’s Church, March 18

March 29:  Newband: American Mavericks with San Francisco Symphony
Hosted by Michael Tilson Thomas with members of the San Francisco Symphony,
this concert will feature music by Mason Bates, David Del Tredici and Lou Harrison,
along with a performance of Harry Partch’s Daphne of the Dune on Partch’s original instruments.
Zankel Hall, NYC

March 30:  Timetable Percussion and Wet Ink Ensemble
Timetable performs percussion sextets by Alex Mincek and Víctor Adán.
DiMenna Center for Classical Music, NYC

April 4 & 11:  Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark
Foxwoods Theater, NYC

April 12:  Fireworks EnsembleDavid Del Tredici 75th Birthday Concert
Orion will play the NY premiere of Del Tredici’s String Quartet no. 2, followed by
Fireworks Ensemble performing A Field Manual.
Le Poisson Rouge, NYC

April 16 & 17:  Recording Del Tredici’s A Field Manual
Fireworks Ensemble will share a recording with Orion String Quartet.
Sear Sound, NYC

The New York Times profiles The Declassified!

April 26 & 27 The Declassified – Launch Weekend
The beginning of a new ensemble dedicated to cutting-edge concerts and
interactive musical education for audiences of all ages.

May 4:  Fireworks Ensemble at Brooklyn Conservatory
Park Slope, Brooklyn

May 10:  Ensemble ACJW performs Perle, Françaix and Brahms
Perle’s Critical Moments II is a mercurial set of miniature pieces for “Pierrot Sextet.”
Music at Our Savior’s Atonement, April 15
Weill Recital Hall, April 18
Trinity Church, May 10

May 12:  The Declassified at ArtsNaples World Festival
Stravinsky’s immortal classic A Soldier’s Tale.
Naples, Florida

May 17 & 18Argento Chamber Ensemble performs world premiere of Bernhard Lang’s Monadologie XVIII: Moving Architecture
Austrian Cultural Forum, NYC

May 26:  Dartmouth Symphony Orchestra
An exciting program: Bernstein’s Symphonic Dances from West Side Story
followed by Prokofiev’s Symphony no. 5
Hanover, New Hampshire

June 1 & 3:  New Jersey Choral Society: Symphony of Voices
Saint-Saëns Symphony No. 3 in C minor, Op. 78, “Organ” and
Ralph Vaughan Williams A Sea Symphony
West Side Presbyterian Church, Ridgewood, NJ (6/1)
Naugatuck Valley Community College Performing Arts Center, Waterbury, CT (6/3)

June 2 & 6:  Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark
Foxwoods Theater, NYC

June 29 & 30:  New York Philharmonic performs Gruppen, for three Orchestras
Stockhausen’s masterpiece of “surround-sound serialism” will be performed in the vast space
of the Park Avenue Armory, along with spatial music by composers from Mozart to Boulez.
Park Avenue Armory, NYC

June 30, July 5:  Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark
Foxwoods Theater, NYC

July 11Lincoln Center Festival presents: The Juilliard Orchestra and Royal Academy of Music Orchestra
John Adams conducts Respighi, Ravel and his own City Noir.
Avery Fisher Hall, Lincoln Center, NYC

July 19, 21, 22:  Émilie by Kaija Saariaho
A tour de force chamber opera for solo soprano, musicians and a vast array
of multimedia, this work explores the life of French Enlightenment
thinker Émilie du Châtelet.
Gerald W. Lynch Theater, Lincoln Center, NYC

July 26, 27, 28:  Feng Yi Ting by Guo Wenjing
The historic account of Diao Chan, a legendarily beautiful woman
who was the central figure in a dangerous rivalry.
This opera features the composer’s characteristic mix of Western and Chinese instruments,
simultaneously evoking the contemporary and the ancient.
Gerald W. Lynch Theater, Lincoln Center, NYC

July 29-August 2:  Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark
Foxwoods Theater, NYC

August 5:  Mostly Mozart Festival:  ICE at Rose Theater
A program of sonic images and seascapes, including Messiaen’s
whimsical bird-song exploration, Oiseaux exotiques.
Rose Theater, NYC

September 20:  Newband
The Harry Partch Legacy is a symposium dedicated to Harry’s music and influence in microtonal composition.
Newband will perform works by Dean Drummond, Mathew Rosenblum and Harry Partch,
including Partch’s incredible Eleven Intrusions.
Jordan Hall, Boston

September 28:  Perspectives Ensemble at Morgan Library
Rarely heard music by Catalan composers, including Xavier Montsalvatge.
Morgan Library, NYC

October 13Argento Ensemble at Harvard University
Several world premieres by composers of the Harvard Group for New Music.
Paine Hall, Harvard University, Boston

November 7Newband at Meany Hall for the Performing Arts
Three masterworks of Harry Partch (Castor and Pollux, Barstow, Eleven Intrusions)
are paired with more recent microtonal works by Dean Drummond and Mathew Rosenblum.
Meany Hall, Seattle

November 10 & 16Radio City Christmas Spectacular
Radio City Music Hall, NYC

November 15, 21, 23 & 24Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark
Foxwoods Theater, NYC

November 18Coast Guard Band
Leamy Concert Hall, New London, CT

December 8 & 9: Albany Symphony Orchestra – “Magic of Christmas”
Palace Theater, Albany


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