Days of Action and Dialogue: SONIC MEDITATION
Feb
22
1:00 pm13:00

Days of Action and Dialogue: SONIC MEDITATION

The Purchase community and public are invited to come together for an inclusive gathering to listen to stories, meditate, and self-reflect. This event will center around the late composer, Pauline Oliveros's, "Tuning Meditation”, a "sonic meditation and tuning of the mind and body" which encourages those gathered to listen deeply, meditate on sound, and utilize listening as activism.

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Dec
23
8:00 pm20:00
PQ

MET Museum

  • Metropolitan Museum of Art

Friends and Family holiday concert with quartet-in-residence, PUBLIQuartet.

Aug
15
Aug 29
PQ

Avaloch Farm Residency

  • Avaloch Farm

Two weeks in the mountains with PUBLIQuartet! We'll be at Avaloch Farm ferociously preparing for our 2016-17 MET residency! 

Jul
3
Jul 9

Most Arts Festival

  • Alfred University

I will be playing chamber and orchestral works as part of the Most Arts Festival at Alfred University. 

Jun
10
6:30 pm18:30

On the Margins

  • Museum of Women's Resistance

I will be playing commissions "Stolen" by Allison Loggins-Hull and "Swerve" by Jessica Meyer from the Forward Music Project as part of the Dream Unfinished chamber series. This concert conversations on race and gender expression.

Jun
6
5:00 pm17:00
PQ

Scheherezade Project

  • National Sawdust

A Multimedia Song Cycle by HOLLANDS, PUBLIQuartet and Amy Khoshbin

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The Scheherazade Project (TSP) takes its inspiration from the feminist icon Scheherazade, who uses well-known tales to suit her needs, saving her own life as well as the lives of thousands of women from a virgin-killing king in the classical Persian story One Thousand and One Nights. Reimagined through a contemporary western "lens", (TSP) conceives a disillusioned dictator wooed by media stories, slowly immersed into the realm of the screen where "reality" and "fiction" become indiscernible.  Indie-rock duo HOLLANDS and string quartet PUBLIQuartet integrate rock ‘n’ roll and classical music, merging electronic and acoustic genres via original song and improvisations that pay homage to Rimsky- Korsakov's symphonic poem Scheherazade. Set alongside live storytelling and multi-channel video projections by Iranian-American artist Amy Khoshbin, (TSP) was commissioned by a 2015 Mpower Grant awarded by the Sphinx Organization and Music Assistance Fund. (MAF)

Curated and Co-presented by The New York City Electroacoustic Music Festival and National Sawdust as part of the New York Philharmonic's Biennial Celebration.

Jun
1
8:00 pm20:00

Tamara Gverdtsiteli Mamele, The Mother's Eyes

  • Carnegie Hall, Stern Auditorium

After her 2014 tour, internationally known singer Tamara Gverdtsiteli returns to Carnegie Hall with a program of beloved Yiddish standards, a collection of international hits in Georgian, Russian, French, and Italian, as well as the artist's own best-known songs. Ms. Gverdtsiteli is backed by the soloists of theMoscow Male Jewish Cappella and full symphony orchestra, conducted by Maestro Aleksander Tsaliuk.

May
16
6:00 pm18:00

Final Masters Recital

  • Suny Purchase Conservatory of Music

Program:

"Rumor" (2016) by Eugene Birman - World Premiere

Solo Suite No. 3 by Benjamin Britten

Cello Sonata by Dmitri Shostakovich

May
8
1:30 pm13:30

Mothers of Music

  • Queens Museum

I will be playing "Dam Mwen" by Nathalie Joachim and "Stolen" by Allison Loggins-Hull as part of the Dream Unfinished chamber music series.