More Beautiful Than Words Can Tell
The first concert in The Processing Series, More Beautiful Than Words Can Tell addresses the struggle to articulate an experience after trauma. Join Lucy Dhegrae for the first of four performances exploring how music — and the human voice — can transcend language to jumpstart the process of untangling that is trauma recovery. She shares the stage with percussionist Amy Garapic, violinist Pala Garcia, pianist Nathaniel LaNasa, and composer, improviser, and multi-instrumentalist Jerome Ellis. More info here.
Nov 23, 2019, 7 pm. National Sawdust. Tickets here.
Five Boroughs Music Festival
Longleash marks the 250th anniversary of Beethoven’s birth with a program that features two of the composer’s celebrated trios alongside responses by John Zorn and Reiko Füting. Engaging equally with Beethoven’s music and mythology, Longleash considers Beethoven as an evolving cultural symbol, and encourages an examination of popular narratives about the composer. More info here.
Jan 10, 2020, 7:30 pm. Flushing Town Hall. Tickets here.
Jan 12, 2020, 3:00 pm. Madison Avenue Presbyterian Church. Tickets here.
Lucy Dhegrae: A Barely Arching Bridge
The second installment in Lucy Dhegrae's Processing Series. This concert confronts sexual violence squarely and unapologetically, and explores how one can transform one’s abuse into a tool of healing. Music by Eve Beglarian, Amadeus Regucera, Philippe Leroux, Georges Aperghis, Chaya Czernowin, Peter Kramer, Guillaume de Machaut, and Francis Poulenc. More info here.
Jan 11, 2020, 8:00 pm. National Sawdust. Tickets here.
Longleash | Princeton Sound Kitchen
Longleash performs works by Princeton composers, alongside Shawn Jaeger’s Places We Know, a collection of pieces for digital piano trio inspired by the soundscapes of urban and rural streams, rivers, and harbors. More info here.
Feb 18, 2020, 8:00 pm. Princeton University, Taplin Auditorium.
ICE | Dai Fujikura Portrait
A selection of Fujikura's recent chamber works provide a glimpse into his unique soundworld, including Minina — inspired by the birth of his daughter — and abandoned time written for electric guitar and ensemble. More info here
Mar 5, 2020, 8:00 pm. Columbia University, Miller Theatre. Tickets here.
Hunter College Faculty Recital
Faculty recital at Hunter College with pianist Sayaka Tanikawa.
Mar 12, 2020, 8:00 pm. Hunter College, Lang Recital Hall.
Music From Copland House | Pro Musica San Miguel de Allende
Chamber music of Amy Beach, Brahms, Mozart and Dvorak. More info here.
Mar 21 and 22, 2020, 8:00 pm. St. Paul's Church, San Miguel de Allende.
Lucy Dhegrae | I Was Breathing
The Processing Series, from vocalist and 2019-2020 Artist-in-Residence Lucy Dhegrae, was sprung from a prompt to four composers: write a piece for voice that deals with an aspect of trauma recovery. The third concert in The Processing Series asks: What is the daily at-home experience of a body holding PTSD? More info here.
Mar 28, 2020, 8:00 pm. National Sawdust. Tickets here.
Longleash | University of Louisville
Longleash performs UofL student works in the second installment of their 2019/2020 residency for the university's New Music Festival. More info here.
April 2, 2020, 8:00 pm. University of Louisville, Comstock Hall.
Longleash | meta.ksi
Longleash performs works of meta.ξ composers, for piano trio, piano trio + voice, and piano trio + electronics. Featuring a video/projected graphic installation.. More info here.
April 17, 2020, 8:00 pm. The DiMenna Center.
The Loretto Project
Longleash's proprietary composition workshop, now in its fifth year. Featuring resident composer Ted Hearne. More info here.
August 11-17, 2019. Louisville and Nerinx, KY. Check link for venues and show times.
International Contemporary Ensemble: Mostly Mozart Festival
The International Contemporary Ensemble explores the expressive potential of traditional Persian, Hungarian, American, and Japanese instruments in a program of works influenced by ancient ritual, oceanic wonderment, Irish Bardic poetry, and beyond. This inventive evening culminates in the world premiere of Dai Fujikura's Shamisen Concerto. Tickets here.
August 3, 2019, 9:00 pm. Merkin Concert Hall [map]
CULTIVATE: Music From Copland House
World premieres of six new chamber music works, written especially for Copland House's coveted emerging composers institute. Works by Chelsea Komschlies, Charlie Peck, Igor Santos, Nina Shekar, and Sam Yulsman. More info here.
June 9, 2019, 3:00 pm. Merestead Manor [map]
Carnegie Hall's Lullaby Project: Celebration Concert
Mothers, fathers, musicians, and partners from around the world will gather to celebrate original songs created as part of this far-reaching Carnegie Hall/WMI social impact project. More info here.
May 31, 2019, 2:00 pm. Resnick Education Wing [map]
Hunter College Composers II
The second installment of a solo violin project featuring works by undergraduate and graduate composers in the Hunter College composition department. Featuring music by Alyssa Regent, Nicholas Vulpis, Peter Kramer, Noah Wood, Ian McNally, Alexander Juhan, and Joe Young.
May 13, 3 pm. Lang Recital Hall, Hunter College. [map]
Hunter College Composers I
The first installment of a solo violin project featuring works by undergraduate and graduate composers in the Hunter College composition department. Featuring music by Michael Sally, Matt Sandahl, Deshawn Withers and Joe Young.
February 27, 8 pm. Lang Recital Hall, Hunter College. [map]
Royal Irish Academy of Music
Private composition workshop with Longleash.
February 21, 2019. Composition Department, RIAM.
ICE at University of North Texas
ICE performs a repertoire program featuring recent commissions and composer collaborations with the ensemble. With Nathan Davis, (percussion), Nuiko Wadden (harp), Daniel Lippel (guitar), Jacob Greenberg (piano/harpsichord), and Katinka Kleijn (cello). Event page here.
Saturday Oct. 27, 2018, 8:00 pm
Voertman Hall [map]
ICE at University of North Texas
Solo and chamber works by Joseph Klein. With Nathan Davis, (percussion), Nuiko Wadden (harp), Daniel Lippel (guitar), Jacob Greenberg (piano/harpsichord), and Katinka Kleijn (cello). Event page here.
Friday Oct. 26, 2018, 7:30 pm
Merrill Ellis Intermedia Theatre [map]
Mount Tremper Arts: Watershed Lab Residency
Resonant Bodies preview performance with Lucy Dhegrae and Amy Garapic. Featuring new works for voice, violin and percussion by Eve Beglarian, Lucy Dhegrae, Osnat Netzer, and Katie Young. Directed by Alison Moritz with video by Bryce Cutler. Additional sets by Paul Pinto and Jen Shyu. Event page here.
Saturday, September 8, 2018
Mount Tremper Arts [map]
Tickets here ($15)
Loretto in NYC
A holiday get-together and fundraiser in support of the Loretto Project and its new Pipeline Initiative. Celebrating new works created by recent Loretto Project composers, with performances, food/drink, and raffles. Event page here.
Wednesday Dec. 2, 2018, 7:30 pm
Ticket price TBA