Oct
30
8:00 PM20:00

New theatrical percussion solo at Tuesdays at Monkspace in LA

4414 West 2nd St.

Los Angeles, 90004

Midterms: This will hurt someone

Well… it’s that time again. Time to choose between the lesser of two evils, mostly. In this uber divisive time, let’s all come together to enjoy an evening of mostly politically inspired music curated by myself, Ian Dicke, and Thomas Kotcheff. All are welcome no matter your political views, just leave your signs in your yard where they belong. -Aron Kallay

Jacob TV - Grab it
Hocket, piano

Matt Marks - This will Hurt Someone
Thomas Kotcheff, piano; Gregory Fletcher, voice

Ian Dicke - Counterpundit
Aron Kallay, piano

Caroline Shaw - To the Hands, Mvt. 3
Tonality

Natalie Dietterich - Philosophy of Furniture
Derek Tywoniuk, speaking percussionist

Frederic Rzewski - Four North American Ballads, II: Which Side are you on?
Thomas Kotcheff, piano

David Lang - Make Peace
Tonality

https://tuesdaysatmonkspace.org/shows/midterms-this-will-hurt-someone/

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Oct
27
8:00 PM20:00

The New York Virtuoso Singers premieres "Asylum"

Advent Lutheran Church

2504 Broadway, NY

Pre-concert talk with composers at 7:30

Many of today’s best-known composers have won the ASCAP Foundation Morton Gould Young Composer Award. The New York Virtuoso Singers, with the generous support of the ASCAP Foundation, has commissioned 50 winners of this award over the last six years. Tonight, we present numbers 41-45! Works by Natalie Dietterich, Simon Frisch, Wang Lu, Nina Shekhar, and Chen Yihan.

Tickets and more program information here.

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Oct
5
7:00 PM19:00

Tim Munro and Nick Photinos perform 'bound' at Chamber Music at Bethany

Bethany United Church of Christ

4250 North Paulina St.

Chicago, IL 60613

Chamber Music at Bethany's 2018-19 season opens with American and Russian music - just in time for the midterms.

If you need a break from the upcoming mid-term election campaign (and why wouldn't you), or all the news about Russian collusion, come experience the musical side of these two countries: music of Shostakovich, Rachmaninoff, Tchaikovsky, Barber, Stacy Garrop, Ryan Brown, and Natalie Dietterich.

https://www.chambermusicatbethany.com/concerts/russian-collusion/

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May
31
7:30 PM19:30

Albany Symphony performs 'aeolian dust' as part of the 2018 American Music Festival

Thursday, May 31, 7:30pm - 9:30pm

Watch and listen as three emerging composers have their newest works read and rehearsed by David Alan Miller and the Albany Symphony.  Savor the experience with a private beer tasting featuring beverages from local New York Craft Brewers.

Experimental Media & Performing Arts Center

8th St & College Ave

Troy, NY 12180

No ticket required

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May
19
8:00 PM20:00

C3LA performs Conversations with Strangers

C3LA presents a concert of new and adventurous choral music, featuring works by member-composers Drew Corey, David Harris, David Rentz, and Jaco Wong, as well as contemporary composers Carolyn Chen, Natalie Dietterich, Alexander Dmitriev, and David Lang.

May 19, 8pm

Saint Bede's Episcopal Church

3590 Grand View Blvd

Los Angeles, California 90066

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May
18
to May 19

C3LA performs Conversations with Strangers

C3LA presents a concert of new and adventurous choral music, featuring works by member-composers Drew Corey, David Harris, David Rentz, and Jaco Wong, as well as contemporary composers Carolyn Chen, Natalie Dietterich, Alexander Dmitriev, and David Lang.

May 18, 8pm

First Congregational Church of Los Angeles

540 South Commonwealth Ave

Los Angeles, California 90020

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