Daily Archives: April 30, 2013

  • Conrad Tao: Music of Ravel, Rachmaninoff, Meredith Monk

    At 18 years old, Conrad Tao has already accomplished more than most classical musicians do in a lifetime. A world-class pianist, concert –level violinist and acclaimed composer (he received the ASCAP Young Composer award eight years in a row), Tao is also a Gilmore Young Artist prize winner, a U.S. Presidential Scholar and was the only classical musician on Forbes Magazine’s 30 Under 30 list last year.

  • Adam Barruch Dance

    DANCENOW Joe’s Pub presents Adam Barruch Dance’s “My Name is Barbra ADAM,” a world premiere choreographed and performed by Adam Barruch. In his debut solo show at Joe’s Pub, Barruch draws on his background in musical theater and dance.

  • Light & Sound Concerts: Glass Music Master Miguel Frasconi

    Miguel Frasconi will present a solo concert using his unique glass instruments. Each composition will use a specific glass object or set of glass objects to explore a different acoustic property.

  • Chamber Orchestra of New York: Petite Gems

    Chamber Orchestra of New York presents the music of Respighi, Haydn, Verdi and Wagner.

  • Har Mar Superstar

    “Bye Bye 17,” the anticipated new album from acclaimed singer, songwriter and performer Har Mar Superstar (aka Sean Tillmann), was recently released on April 23. This is Tillmann’s fifth full-length release as Har Mar Superstar and follows his critically acclaimed 2009 release, “Dark Touches.”

  • An Evening of Tuneful Trends

    Freshman musicians of The Juilliard School will present a musical showcase of fashion; a dynamic performing arts event to raise funds to support Opportunity Music Project, a non-profit providing free private music lessons to children from low-income families who have a passion for music in New York City.

  • Nils Frahm

    Nils Frahm works as an accomplished composer and producer from his Berlin-based Durton Studio, where he has worked and collaborated with many contemporaries such as Peter Broderick, Ólafur Arnalds, Anne Müller, Deaf Center, Efterklang and Dustin O’Halloran amongst other fellow musicians.

  • Pianist Polly Ferman and Guitarist/Singer Gerard Edery

    Ms. Ferman’s expressive and sensitive playing and Mr. Edery’s instrumental virtuosity and rich baritone come together in a program that is a unique fusion of Sephardic songs set to tango rhythms as well as pieces in this genre written by classical composers.

  • Babes in Boyland

    Babes in Boyland will feature the babes of The Pink Chardonnays with a heavy helping of Boylesque and sexy male performers. The Pink Chardonnays are all dressed up and ready to play and you are invited to watch.

  • John Cage: Water Walk

    John Cage’s athletic Water Walk is the centerpiece of the program. Written in 1959, John Cage’s Water Walk is scored for a number of objects, including bathtub, rubber duck, prepared piano and five radios. It was originally premiered on the Italian TV show Lascia O Raddoppia.