Performance Calendar

Aaron Alter's String Theory for String Quartet will have its US Premiere by the CompCord String Quartet

Austrian Cultural Forum New York, 11 East 52nd Street, New York, NY 10022

Aaron Alter's String Theory for String Quartet will have its US Premiere by the CompCord String Quartet on a program entitled "CompCord and Entertaining Science" on October 1 at 7:00pm (Eastern Time.) In collaboration with the Entertaining Science series at the Austrian Cultural Forum New York, Composers Concordance presents a concert combining a short lecture by renowned scientist Christina Pressl with performances by trumpet soloist Franz Hackl, drummer Jonathan Kane, and the CompCord String Quartet. In addition to Aaron Alter's String Theory, the program includes works by Lynn Bechtold, Dennis Brandner, Dan Cooper, Daniel Palkowski, Gene Pritsker, Hans Rotman, Dave Soldier and Austrian Jazz legend, Joe Zawinul.

The performers are Christina Pressl - scientist Franz Hackl - trumpet, Jonathan Kane - drums, Beth Holub - violin, CompCord String Quartet: Lynn Bechtold, Mioi Takeda - violins, Eddy Malave - viola, Robert Burkhart - cello

To RSVP to see the concert in-person, please send an email to concerts@CFNY.ORG

In addition to the in-person audience, there is a livestream link via YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=epQ2hXaha0Y

Aaron Alter's Piano Sonata (Inspired by Beethoven) will be performed by the Steinway Artist Susan Merdinger at the Ear Taxi Festival

Reva and David Logan Center for the Arts, Performance Penthouse, 915 East 60th Street, Performance Penthouse, 9th Floor, Chicago, IL 60637

Aaron Alter's Piano Sonata (Inspired by Beethoven) will be performed by Susan Merdinger, Steinway Artist at the Ear Taxi Festival. In addition to Aaron Alter's Piano Sonata, the other works on the program are Saxon Variations by Elbio Barilari and Shtetl Scenes by Ilya Levinson. Tickets are free, but seating is limited, so please click on the "Get Tickets" button below to reserve your seat!

Free, but seating is limited. Please reserve your seat by clicking on the "Get Tickets" button.

Aaron Alter's "First Time Meeting" for Clarinet, Violin, 'Cello and Piano will receive its World Premiere by the Unheard-of//Ensemble

The Bernie Wohl Center, 647 Columbus Avenue, New York, NY 10025

Aaron Alter's "First Time Meeting" for Clarinet, Violin, 'Cello and Piano will receive its World Premiere by the Unheard-of//Ensemble at a concert by Composers Concordance in New York entitled "Generations X" on October 16 at 7:00pm Eastern TIme, 4:00pm Pacific Time. In collaboration with Goddard Riverside Community Arts, Composers Concordance presents Generations X, the 10th-anniversary concert highlighting winners of the Generations Competition on Saturday, October 16 at the Goddard Riverside - Bernie Wohl Center.

Featuring the Unheard-of//Ensemble (Ford Fourqurean, clarinet; Melanie Riordan, violin; Issei Herr, cello; and Han Chen, piano), compositions by Aaron Alter, Jack Bramhaall, Dan Cooper, Shanan Estreicher, Rolf Johnson, Debra Kaye, Denise Koncelik, Matteo Dal Maso, Gene Pritsker, Anton Rovner, and Randall Woolf.

The program includes the winners of the Generations Competition: Matteo Dal Maso of Turin, Italy (25 years old or younger) for his composition Spiel, and Rolf Johnson of Albany, CA (65 years old or older) for The Mad Weasel’s Romance.

TICKETS: $15 in advance; $12 students & seniors (with promo code: studentsseniors) $20 / $15 at the door

The concert will be livestreamed at the Composers Concordance Facebook page at 7:00pm Eastern TIme, 4:00pm Pacific Time. https://www.facebook.com/ComposersConcordance/live_videos/

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$15 in advance; $12 students & seniors (with promo code: studentsseniors) $20 / $15 at the door