a talk on the opera by composer Louis Karchin celebrating the recent release (on August 9) of the Naxos double-CD. Mr. Karchin will speak about the work, followed by a panel discussion with James Schaeffer, President of the Center for Contemporary Opera, and soprano Jennifer Zetlan, who created the title role.
As part of the BGSU 40 th Annual Festival of Contemporary Music, this final orchestral
concert will also include works by Mikel Kuehn, John Corigliano and Evan Ziproryn.
Da Capo presents a program with an “ancient” accent, with additional works by Vasiliki Krimitza, Jonathan Dawe, Bruce Adolphe, Jihyun Kim and others.
The Winter Chamber Music Festival of Dublin presents the world premiere of this new 25-minute work.
Mr. Karchin will present a talk on his recent music, as part of Dublin’s Winter Chamber Music Festival.
Se-Hee Jin performs the world premiere of Sonata-Fantasia and the European premiere of Ghost Waltz on a concert of works by Mr. Karchin and John Harbison, including Mr. Harbison's Gatsby Etudes and Sonata No. 1. Part of the ppIANISSINO Festival--International Festival of Contemporary Piano Music.
Ensemble Flageolet present Constructions, movement 2 from Ancient Scenes, in a concert of new American with additional works by Saariaho, Akhio, Reiprich, and others.
Lecture-Demonstration with Louis Karchin, Matthew Quayle, Shih-Hui Chen, and members of the Avalon String Quartet on the Influence of "place" on creativity.
The program will feature the NY Premieres of new string quartets by Matthew Quayle, Shih-Hui Chen and Mr. Karchin. Presented by the Washington Square Contemporary Music Society.
The Fidelio Trio presents an "all contemporary" concert featuring the American premiere of Mr. Karchin's Piano Trio, along with works of Magnus Lindberg, Helen Grime, Mark Anthony Turnage, and Ann Cleare.