Late Night @ National Sawdust
Apr
21
9:00 PM21:00

Late Night @ National Sawdust

Returning audiences to the glory days of live radio broadcasts, Late Night at National Sawdust is a collaboration between Open G Records, Seth Boustead, and Access Contemporary Music on a quarterly concert series airing live on Relevant Tones, the world’s only weekly syndicated contemporary music radio program.

"Stage II (Chaos) from Recurrent Stages for string quartet and live electonics performed by members of the Access Contemporary Music ensemble.

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Face the Music at Queens Musuem
Apr
17
2:00 PM14:00

Face the Music at Queens Musuem

Kaufman Music Center’s Face the Music’s student composers and performers return to Queens Museum with a diverse group of performances. The concert will feature Face the Music Symphony’s premiere of Cosmic Collision by student composer Sasha Radosav, string quartets performing works by Conrad Tao, Pierre Jalbert, Elena Kats-Chernin, and Ryan Homsey, and a student ensemble performing Steve Reich’s early, hypnotic minimalist classic Eight Lines.

Recurrent Stages: Stage 2 performed by Colleen Bixler and Ruby Pine, violins; Amirah Stewart, viola; Layla Krantz, cello

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Venice Double Feature at HERE Arts
Mar
5
to Mar 6

Venice Double Feature at HERE Arts

Homsey performs his musical score live alongside violinst Adrianna Mateo for the Deconstructive Theatre Project's production of Venice Double Feature, presented durings HERE Art's CultureMart performance series.

Venice Double Feature collides literary sources Death in Venice by Thomas Mann and Watermarkby Joseph Brodsky into two individual, yet codependent and simultaneously experienced, live films, whose worlds bleed into and out of and shape the destinies of one another and of the eternal city that unites them.

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Metropolitan Museum of Art
Feb
26
to Feb 27

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The second and third movement of Recurrent Stages performed at the Met Musuem's Balcony Bar as part of the "ETHEL and Friends" Music Series.

Adrianna Mateo and Ezinma Ramsay, violins; Blake Allen, viola, and Larry DiBello, cello

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