Doug Opel
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Apr 14, 2017: Carleton College
Carleton College

Date: Apr 14, 2017
Time: 7pm
Venue: Concert Hall
Work: Serried with a Tinge of Bop

Faculty Recital: Nicola Melville, piano

US-based New Zealand pianist Nicola Melville has been described as “having an original and intelligent musical mind” (Waikato Times), “a marvelous pianist who plays with splashy color but also exquisite tone and nuance” (American Record Guide), and “the sort of advocate any composer would love” (Dominion Post). Her live performances and recordings have been broadcast on Canadian, U.S., New Zealand, South African and Chinese radio, and she has been involved in numerous interdisciplinary projects with dancers, filmmakers and visual artists, including a performance at the Kennedy Center, Washington DC and Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall. Nicola attended Victoria University School of Music, Wellington, where she studied with Judith Clark, and then earned Masters and Doctoral degrees from the Eastman School of Music, where she was awarded the Lizzie T. Mason prize for Outstanding Graduate Pianist, and the prestigious Performer’s Certificate. Nicola won both the National Concerto Competition and the Auckland Star Concerto Competition while in New Zealand, and was a winner of the SAI International Concerto Competition at the Chautauqua Music Festival, NY. Nicola has recorded for the Innova and Equilibrium labels, and is a founding member of the cross-cultural ensemble, Intersection. In 2014 Nicola became the pianist for the Twin Cities-based new music group, Zeitgeist. She is Professor at Carleton College, Minnesota, and is Artistic Co-Director of the Chautauqua Music Festival Piano Program in New York.

Mar 7, 2017: Hobart and William Smith Colleges
Hobart and William Smith Colleges

Date: Mar 7, 2017
Time: 8pm
Venue: Froelich Hall, Gearan Center for the Performing Arts
Work: Serried with a Tinge of Bop

Guest Artist Series - Nicola Melville

Guest Artist Series - Nicola Melville

Tickets $12 General Admission, $10 Senior Citizens, Students free with valid HWS ID

May 23, 2016: Medellin, COLOMBIA
Medellin, COLOMBIA

Date: May 23, 2016
Venue: Universidad EAFIT
Work: Eine Kinda Bachmusik, pt. 2


Photo by Rachel Schimelman, R|S Design

Nicholas Phillips, pianist

PLAYLIST FOR A NEW GENERATION

This tour will feature 21st century pieces written for piano.
Check back for details on a forthcoming CD.


PROGRAM

Stacy GarropTango Gardel
Judd GreensteinFirst Ballade
Nico MuhlyA Hudson Cycle
Doug Opel | Eine Kinda Bachmusik, pt. 2
Carter Pann | "She Steals Me" and "White Moon over Water"
Jonathan PieslakShards
Mark OlivieriHommage a Trois
Sarah Kirkland SniderThe Currents

May 20, 2016: Lima, PERU
Lima, PERU

Date: May 20, 2016
Venue: Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Peru
Work: Eine Kinda Bachmusik, pt. 2


Photo by Rachel Schimelman, R|S Design

Nicholas Phillips, pianist

PLAYLIST FOR A NEW GENERATION

This tour will feature 21st century pieces written for piano.
Check back for details on a forthcoming CD.


PROGRAM

Stacy GarropTango Gardel
Judd GreensteinFirst Ballade
Nico MuhlyA Hudson Cycle
Doug Opel | Eine Kinda Bachmusik, pt. 2
Carter Pann | "She Steals Me" and "White Moon over Water"
Jonathan PieslakShards
Mark OlivieriHommage a Trois
Sarah Kirkland SniderThe Currents

May 6, 2016: Chicago, IL
Chicago, IL

Date: May 6, 2016
Time: 7:30pm
Venue: PianoForte Studios
Work: Eine Kinda Bachmusik, pt. 2


Photo by Rachel Schimelman, R|S Design

Nicholas Phillips, pianist

PLAYLIST FOR A NEW GENERATION

This tour will feature 21st century pieces written for piano.
Check back for details on a forthcoming CD.

PROGRAM

Stacy GarropTango Gardel
Judd GreensteinFirst Ballade
Nico MuhlyA Hudson Cycle
Doug Opel | Eine Kinda Bachmusik, pt. 2
Carter Pann | "She Steals Me" and "White Moon over Water"
Jonathan PieslakShards
Mark OlivieriHommage a Trois
Sarah Kirkland SniderThe Currents

Apr 22, 2016: Dubuque, IA
Dubuque, IA

Date: Apr 22, 2016
Venue: Clarke University
Work: Eine Kinda Bachmusik, pt. 2


Photo by Rachel Schimelman, R|S Design

Nicholas Phillips, pianist

PLAYLIST FOR A NEW GENERATION

This tour will feature 21st century pieces written for piano.
Check back for details on a forthcoming CD.


PROGRAM

Stacy GarropTango Gardel
Judd GreensteinFirst Ballade
Nico MuhlyA Hudson Cycle
Doug Opel | Eine Kinda Bachmusik, pt. 2
Carter Pann | "She Steals Me" and "White Moon over Water"
Jonathan PieslakShards
Mark OlivieriHommage a Trois
Sarah Kirkland SniderThe Currents

Apr 21, 2016: Platteville, WI
Platteville, WI

Date: Apr 21, 2016
Venue: University of Wisconsin-Platteville
Work: Eine Kinda Bachmusik, pt. 2


Photo by Rachel Schimelman, R|S Design

Nicholas Phillips, pianist

PLAYLIST FOR A NEW GENERATION

This tour will feature 21st century pieces written for piano.
Check back for details on a forthcoming CD.


PROGRAM

Stacy GarropTango Gardel
Judd GreensteinFirst Ballade
Nico MuhlyA Hudson Cycle
Doug Opel | Eine Kinda Bachmusik, pt. 2
Carter Pann | "She Steals Me" and "White Moon over Water"
Jonathan PieslakShards
Mark OlivieriHommage a Trois
Sarah Kirkland SniderThe Currents

Apr 18, 2016: Eau Claire, WI
Eau Claire, WI

Date: Apr 18, 2016
Venue: University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire
Work: Eine Kinda Bachmusik, pt. 2


Photo by Rachel Schimelman, R|S Design

Nicholas Phillips, pianist

PLAYLIST FOR A NEW GENERATION

This tour will feature 21st century pieces written for piano.
Check back for details on a forthcoming CD.


PROGRAM

Stacy GarropTango Gardel
Judd GreensteinFirst Ballade
Nico MuhlyA Hudson Cycle
Doug Opel | Eine Kinda Bachmusik, pt. 2
Carter Pann | "She Steals Me" and "White Moon over Water"
Jonathan PieslakShards
Mark OlivieriHommage a Trois
Sarah Kirkland SniderThe Currents

Apr 17, 2016: Appleton, WI
Appleton, WI

Date: Apr 17, 2016
Time: 2pm
Venue: Frist English Lutheran Church
Work: Eine Kinda Bachmusik, pt. 2


Photo by Rachel Schimelman, R|S Design

Nicholas Phillips, pianist

PLAYLIST FOR A NEW GENERATION

This tour will feature 21st century pieces written for piano.
Check back for details on a forthcoming CD.

PROGRAM

Stacy GarropTango Gardel
Judd GreensteinFirst Ballade
Nico MuhlyA Hudson Cycle
Doug Opel | Eine Kinda Bachmusik, pt. 2
Carter Pann | "She Steals Me" and "White Moon over Water"
Jonathan PieslakShards
Mark OlivieriHommage a Trois

Mar 7, 2016: Detroit, MI
Detroit, MI

Date: Mar 7, 2016
Venue: Oakland University
Work: Eine Kinda Bachmusik, pt. 2


Photo by Rachel Schimelman, R|S Design

Nicholas Phillips, pianist

PLAYLIST FOR A NEW GENERATION

This tour will feature 21st century pieces written for piano.
Check back for details on a forthcoming CD.


PROGRAM

Stacy GarropTango Gardel
Judd GreensteinFirst Ballade
Nico MuhlyA Hudson Cycle
Doug Opel | Eine Kinda Bachmusik, pt. 2
Carter Pann | "She Steals Me" and "White Moon over Water"
Jonathan PieslakShards
Mark OlivieriHommage a Trois
Sarah Kirkland SniderThe Currents

Mar 6, 2016: Toledo, OH
Toledo, OH

Date: Mar 6, 2016
Venue: Toledo Museum of Art
Work: Eine Kinda Bachmusik, pt. 2


Photo by Rachel Schimelman, R|S Design

Nicholas Phillips, pianist

PLAYLIST FOR A NEW GENERATION

This tour will feature 21st century pieces written for piano.
Check back for details on a forthcoming CD.


"GREAT PERFORMANCES IN THE GREAT GALLERY"

PROGRAM

Stacy GarropTango Gardel
Judd GreensteinFirst Ballade
Nico MuhlyA Hudson Cycle
Doug Opel | Eine Kinda Bachmusik, pt. 2
Carter Pann | "She Steals Me" and "White Moon over Water"
Jonathan PieslakShards
Mark OlivieriHommage a Trois
Sarah Kirkland SniderThe Currents

Feb 21, 2016: Erie, PA
Erie, PA

Date: Feb 21, 2016
Venue: Mercyhurst University
Work: Eine Kinda Bachmusik, pt. 2


Photo by Rachel Schimelman, R|S Design

Nicholas Phillips, pianist

PLAYLIST FOR A NEW GENERATION

This tour will feature 21st century pieces written for piano.
Check back for details on a forthcoming CD.


PROGRAM

Stacy GarropTango Gardel
Judd GreensteinFirst Ballade
Nico MuhlyA Hudson Cycle
Doug Opel | Eine Kinda Bachmusik, pt. 2
Carter Pann | "She Steals Me" and "White Moon over Water"
Jonathan PieslakShards
Mark OlivieriHommage a Trois
Sarah Kirkland SniderThe Currents

Feb 8, 2016: Des Moines, IA
Des Moines, IA

Date: Feb 8, 2016
Venue: Drake University
Work: Eine Kinda Bachmusik, pt. 2


Photo by Rachel Schimelman, R|S Design

Nicholas Phillips, pianist

PLAYLIST FOR A NEW GENERATION

This tour will feature 21st century pieces written for piano.
Check back for details on a forthcoming CD.

PROGRAM

Stacy GarropTango Gardel
Judd GreensteinFirst Ballade
Nico MuhlyA Hudson Cycle
Doug Opel | Eine Kinda Bachmusik, pt. 2
Carter Pann | "She Steals Me" and "White Moon over Water"
Jonathan PieslakShards
Mark OlivieriHommage a Trois
Sarah Kirkland SniderThe Currents

Feb 8, 2016: Amherst, MA
Amherst, MA

Date: Feb 8, 2016
Venue: Univeristy of Massachusetts Amherst
Work: Pop Swatches

Cellist David Carter

Feb 7, 2016: Iowa City, IA
Iowa City, IA

Date: Feb 7, 2016
Venue: University of Iowa
Work: Eine Kinda Bachmusik, pt. 2


Photo by Rachel Schimelman, R|S Design

Nicholas Phillips, pianist

PLAYLIST FOR A NEW GENERATION

This tour will feature 21st century pieces written for piano.
Check back for details on a forthcoming CD.


PROGRAM

Stacy GarropTango Gardel
Judd GreensteinFirst Ballade
Nico MuhlyA Hudson Cycle
Doug OpelEine Kinda Bachmusik, pt. 2
Carter Pann | "She Steals Me" and "White Moon over Water"
Jonathan PieslakShards
Mark OlvieriHommage a Trois
Sarah Kirkland SniderThe Currents

Jan 30, 2016: Grand Forks, ND
Grand Forks, ND

Date: Jan 30, 2016
Venue: University of North Dakota
Work: Eine Kinda Bachmusik, pt. 2


Photo by Rachel Schimelman, R|S Design

Nicholas Phillips, pianist

PLAYLIST FOR A NEW GENERATION

This tour will feature 21st century pieces written for piano.
Check back for details on a forthcoming CD.


PROGRAM

Stacy GarropTango Gardel
Judd GreensteinFirst Ballade
Nico MuhlyA Hudson Cycle
Doug Opel | Eine Kinda Bachmusik, pt. 2
Carter Pann | "She Steals Me" and "White Moon over Water"
Jonathan PieslakShards
Mark OlivieriHommage a Trois
Sarah Kirkland SniderThe Currents

Jan 28, 2016: Moorhead, MN
Moorhead, MN

Date: Jan 28, 2016
Time: 7:30 PM
Venue: Concordia College
Work: Eine Kinda Bachmusik, pt. 2


Photo by Rachel Schimelman, R|S Design

Nicholas Phillips, pianist

PLAYLIST FOR A NEW GENERATION

This tour will feature 21st century pieces written for piano.
Check back for details on a forthcoming CD.


PROGRAM

Stacy GarropTango Gardel
Judd GreensteinFirst Ballade
Nico MuhlyA Hudson Cycle
Doug Opel | Eine Kinda Bachmusik, pt. 2
Carter Pann | "She Steals Me" and "White Moon over Water"
Jonathan PieslakShards
Mark OlivieriHommage a Trois
Sarah Kirkland SniderThe Currents

Aug 30, 2015: Benicia, CA
Benicia, CA

Date: Aug 30, 2015
Time: 7:30pm
Venue: Community Congregation Church
Work: Soul Settings: Triptych 1

The program includes Gridlock, a piece by Dan Becker-Fade featuring 10 players; the soul in paradise (the first movement of Doug Opel’s Soul Settings Triptych for five players and speaker); Mozart’s Divertimento for Strings in D major, KV 136; two movements from a Tango Suite for harp and strings by Astor Piazzolla; and Jacques Ibert’s Divertissement, played by harpist Anna Maria Mendieta - See more at: www.scfv.org

The program includes Gridlock, a piece by Dan Becker-Fade featuring 10 players; the soul in paradise (the first movement of Doug Opel’s Soul Settings Triptych for five players and speaker); Mozart’s Divertimento for Strings in D major, KV 136; two movements from a Tango Suite for harp and strings by Astor Piazzolla; and Jacques Ibert’s Divertissement, played by harpist Anna Maria Mendieta - See more at: https://www.sfcv.org/preview/california-sound-collective/bay-area-collective-aims-to-prove-it%E2%80%99s-all-about-the-programming#sthash.Lm5bEZxu.dpuf
The program includes Gridlock, a piece by Dan Becker-Fade featuring 10 players; the soul in paradise (the first movement of Doug Opel’s Soul Settings Triptych for five players and speaker); Mozart’s Divertimento for Strings in D major, KV 136; two movements from a Tango Suite for harp and strings by Astor Piazzolla; and Jacques Ibert’s Divertissement, played by harpist Anna Maria Mendieta, - See more at: https://www.sfcv.org/preview/california-sound-collective/bay-area-collective-aims-to-prove-it%E2%80%99s-all-about-the-programming#sthash.Lm5bEZxu.dpuf
The program includes Gridlock, a piece by Dan Becker-Fade featuring 10 players; the soul in paradise (the first movement of Doug Opel’s Soul Settings Triptych for five players and speaker); Mozart’s Divertimento for Strings in D major, KV 136; two movements from a Tango Suite for harp and strings by Astor Piazzolla; and Jacques Ibert’s Divertissement, played by harpist Anna Maria Mendieta, - See more at: https://www.sfcv.org/preview/california-sound-collective/bay-area-collective-aims-to-prove-it%E2%80%99s-all-about-the-programming#sthash.Lm5bEZxu.dpuf
May 13, 2015: Schenectady, NY
Schenectady, NY

Date: May 13, 2015
Time: 7pm
Venue: GE Theater at Procter's, 432 State Street
Work: Playtime with Elvis & Krispy, Ricochet Duo

The Kelly Adirondack Center at Union College presents Ricochet Duo with its multimedia program The Woodswoman Project: a tribute to Anne LaBastille as part of Union.s 2015 Adirondack Week festivities.

Ricochet Duo.s The Woodswoman Project honors Anne LaBastille.s tireless work as an international environmentalist, author, and icon for women by way of weaving together music, sound, images, and light. The concert repertoire has been selected to celebrate and focus on four tenets of LaBastille.s work: water & woods & birds & silence.

The multimedia program includes stunning photography by acclaimed Adirondack photographers Mark Bowie, Carl Heilman II, and Shaun Heffernan.

Honoring the late Adirondack conservationist, self-proclaimed Woodswoman and friend and neighbor of Rose Chancler, Ricochet Duo.s pianist commissioned Hilary Tann.the John Howard Payne Professor of Music at Union College.to write a work for piano and marimba. The resulting piece, Solstice, draws directly on LaBastille.s writings and is the center piece of The Woodswoman Project.

The Woodswoman Project highlights two other works commissioned specifically for the Anne LaBastille tribute. Pianist Rose Chancler first met Anne LaBastille while walking the family dog, .Elvis.. Anne.s beautiful German Shepherd pup .Krispy-Creme. came running out of her house, with Anne frantically (and ineffectively) blowing a training whistle from behind. Krispy and Elvis struck up a wonderful friendship. Doug Opel.s piece Playtime with Elvis and Krispy captures this romp and delight inherent in being playful pals. Bill Pfaff.s composition entitled Lichen is more reflective of the inspiration found in the color variants of lichen on the ground as well as the song of the White-throated sparrow and composer.s creative response to the unusual world above the tree-line.

Additionally, the program includes On Curious Reflection which was written in 2009 for Ricochet Duo by New York.s Capital Region composer Rain Worthington and funded by a grant from New York Women Composers. Other works on the program are by Mikhail Glinka, Jens Schliecker and Nils Rower, Keiko Abe, Jesús Castillo, Akemi Naito, and Charles Tomlinson Griffes.

Come to the concert and join Rose and Jane for a free post-concert reception with wine, cheese, and hors doeuvres!

May 11, 2015: Schenectady, NY
Schenectady, NY

Date: May 11, 2015
Time: 5pm
Venue: Taylor Music Center, Union College
Work: Playtime with Elvis & Krispy, Ricochet Duo

Ricochet Duo will be Artist-in-Residence for The Kelly Adirondack Center at Union College.s third annual Adirondack Week. Opening the week-long festivities is a 50-minute Taylor Time! concert with music selections from Ricochet Duo.s The Woodswoman Project: a tribute to Anne LaBastille. Included on the program will be Hilary Tann.s .Solstice,. which was commissioned by Ricochet Duo for The Woodswoman Project. Dr. Tann is the John Howard Payne Professor of Music at Union College.

Open seating/ No Charge for Admission

May 3, 2015: Saranac, New York
Saranac, New York

Date: May 3, 2015
Time: 3:00pm
Venue: Methodist Church

Playtime with Elvis & Krispy, Ricochet Duo Hill and Hollow Music Ricochet Duo's program "DANCES" offers traditional ragtimes by Harry Breuer and tangos by Astor Piazzolla, as well contemporary dance-inspired works by Marc Mellits, Lucas Guinot, William Bolcom, Takashi Yoshimatsu, Eloise Matthies Niwa, and Doug Opel. Open seating/suggested donation $12-15/under 12 free.
Mar 30, 2015: Cincinnati, Ohio
Cincinnati, Ohio

Date: Mar 30, 2015
Time: 1:00 pm
Venue: Gorno Library Reading Room, 6th Floor

Serried with a Tinge of Bop, pianist Esther Wang. MUSIC IN THE GORNO LIBRARY SERIES: A concert by 1997 CCM graduate (DMA in piano) Esther Wang featuring music of Louis Couperin, Mozart, Opel, Thomas, and Poulenc. Full program forthcoming.
Mar 19, 2015: Minneapolis, MN
Minneapolis, MN

Date: Mar 19, 2015
Time: 10:30am
Venue: MacPhail Center for Music

Serried with a Tinge of Bop, pianist Esther Wang ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ PROGRAM Kennan: Sonata for Trumpet and Piano Eli Ross, trumpet (Young Artist Scholarship Competition Winner 2014), and Mary Jo Gothman, piano ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Couperin: Unmeasured Prelude in D minor Mozart: Capriccio in C major, K. 395; Adagio in B minor, K. 540 Opel: Serried with a Tinge of Bop Thomas: Love Twitters Esther Wang, piano ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Poulenc: Sonata for Violin and Piano Shirley Santoro, violin, and Michael Santoro, piano ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Walckiers: Trio, Op. 93 Allier: Scène Champêtre Zoeller: Three Virtuosos: Musical Joke Second Winds Trio (Amy Morris, flute, Nina Olsen, clarinet, and Laurie Merz, bassoon) Click here for full details.
Mar 8, 2015: North Creek, New York
North Creek, New York

Date: Mar 8, 2015
Time: 3:00pm
Venue: Tannery Pond Community Center

Playtime with Elvis & Krispy, Ricochet Duo Upper Hudson Musical Arts Ricochet Duo, contemporary music for piano and marimba. The Anne Labastille Project. Tickets $15
Feb 1, 2015: Elizbethtown, New York
Elizbethtown, New York

Date: Feb 1, 2015
Time: 3:00
Venue: Hand House

Playtime with Elvis & Krispy, Ricochet Duo You'll want to check out the concert series Piano by Nature, hosted by the historic Hand House in Elizabethtown (NY), as it's presenting two performances of Ricochet Duo's The Woodswoman Project! With The Woodswoman Project, Ricochet Duo pays tribute to one of the Adirondack's most treasured personalities, Anne LaBastille and her tireless work as an international environmentalist, author, and icon for women by way of weaving together music, sounds, images, and light. On Saturday (only) at 5:30 pm, there will be a special pre-concert talk by Leslie Surprenant, a long-time friend of Anne LaBastille's as well as the executrix of the LaBastille Estate, which will include rare photos and memorabilia from Anne's travels, work, and life. It will provide a fascinating look into Anne's history and background. The Woodswoman Project's repertoire has been selected to celebrate and focus on four tenets of LaBastille's work: water & woods & birds & silence Included in the program for the Piano by Nature performances are two new compositions, written for piano and marimba, were commissioned by Ricochet Duo for The Woodswoman Project: Hilary Tann - Solstice Doug Opel - Playtime with Elvis and Krispy The multimedia program also includes stunning photography from world-class, regional photographers Mark Bowie, Shaun Heffernan, and Carl Hielmann II that are paired with specific musical works. A photo album of select photos from Anne's personal collection that has been provided to Ricochet Duo for this program by the Anne LaBastille Estate will also be shared via a slide show.
Jan 31, 2015: Elizabethtown, New York
Elizabethtown, New York

Date: Jan 31, 2015
Time: 7:00 pm (pre-concert
Venue: Hand House

Playtime with Elvis & Krispy You'll want to check out the concert series Piano by Nature, hosted by the historic Hand House in Elizabethtown (NY), as it's presenting two performances of Ricochet Duo's The Woodswoman Project! With The Woodswoman Project, Ricochet Duo pays tribute to one of the Adirondack's most treasured personalities, Anne LaBastille and her tireless work as an international environmentalist, author, and icon for women by way of weaving together music, sounds, images, and light. On Saturday (only) at 5:30 pm, there will be a special pre-concert talk by Leslie Surprenant, a long-time friend of Anne LaBastille's as well as the executrix of the LaBastille Estate, which will include rare photos and memorabilia from Anne's travels, work, and life. It will provide a fascinating look into Anne's history and background. The Woodswoman Project's repertoire has been selected to celebrate and focus on four tenets of LaBastille's work: water & woods & birds & silence Included in the program for the Piano by Nature performances are two new compositions, written for piano and marimba, were commissioned by Ricochet Duo for The Woodswoman Project: Hilary Tann - Solstice Doug Opel - Playtime with Elvis and Krispy The multimedia program also includes stunning photography from world-class, regional photographers Mark Bowie, Shaun Heffernan, and Carl Hielmann II that are paired with specific musical works. A photo album of select photos from Anne's personal collection that has been provided to Ricochet Duo for this program by the Anne LaBastille Estate will also be shared via a slide show.
Jan 8, 2015: Miami, Florida
Miami, Florida

Date: Jan 8, 2015
Time: 8:30pm
Venue: New World Center, Main Hall

"Pop Swatches" for cello and piano During National YoungArts Week, which takes place in Miami each year, approximately 170 YoungArts Finalists in the visual, literary, design and performing arts to work with distinguished master teachers and mentors in their field. Each night these talented young artists will wow audiences through performances, film screenings, an art exhibition, writers readings and a jazz combo performance. Its not to be missed! For a live stream of the concert, Click here. Tickets: General $15; Members $10* Click here to purchase.
Oct 26, 2014: Northfield, Minnesota
Northfield, Minnesota

Date: Oct 26, 2014
Time: 3:00pm
Venue: Carleton College Concert Hall

Duo Concert with Matthew McCright, piano and Linda Chatterton, Flute featuring works by Schubert, Prokofiev, Milhaud, and Opel
Oct 24, 2014: Minneapolis, Minnesota
Minneapolis, Minnesota

Date: Oct 24, 2014
Time: 7:30pm
Venue: Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd

Duo Concert with Matthew McCright, piano and Linda Chatterton, Flute. Featuring Music of Schubert, Prokofiev, Milhaud, and premiere of new work by Doug Opel
Oct 5, 2014: St. Paul, Minnesota
St. Paul, Minnesota

Date: Oct 5, 2014
Time: 2:00pm
Venue: Studio Z

Zeitgeist: New Discoveries, Old Favorites Works include: Jeff Lambert: From Afar, the Dragon Calls Eleanor Hovda: If Tigers Were Clouds George Crumb: Mundus Canis Joshua Harris: OCT 21 2015 Doug Opel: Playtime with Elvis and Krispy Mike Olson: Ommatidia Justin Rubin: The armed man should be feared...and other lessons from the Renaissance Tickets are $20.00 and can be securely purchased by credit card or through your PayPal account in advance, or by cash or check at the door.
Oct 3, 2014: St. Paul, Minnesota
St. Paul, Minnesota

Date: Oct 3, 2014
Time: 7:30pm
Venue: Studio Z

Zeitgeist: New Discoveries, Old Favorites Works include: Jeff Lambert: From Afar, the Dragon Calls Eleanor Hovda: If Tigers Were Clouds George Crumb: Mundus Canis Joshua Harris: OCT 21 2015 Doug Opel: Playtime with Elvis and Krispy Mike Olson: Ommatidia Justin Rubin: The armed man should be feared...and other lessons from the Renaissance Tickets are $10.00 and can be securely purchased by credit card or through your PayPal account in advance, or by cash or check at the door.
Aug 24, 2014: Northfield, Minnesota
Northfield, Minnesota

Date: Aug 24, 2014
Time: 7:30pm
Venue: Urness Recital Hall

Bridge Chamber Music Festival Festival Concert II (Urness Recital Hall, St. Olaf College) Featuring: WindWorks and pianist Andrew Hisey perform Ludwig Thuille's Sextet for Piano and Winds, and SPCO violinist Kyu-Young Kim, MN Orchestra cellist Pitnarry Shin and pianist Esther Wang perform a new work by Minnesota composer Doug Opel and Schubert's last chamber work, the majestic Trio in E-flat Op. 100. All tickets are $5 general admission and available at the door unless otherwise noted. Please call 507-786-3535 for more details. Thank you for your support!
Aug 17, 2014: Lake Placid, New York
Lake Placid, New York

Date: Aug 17, 2014
Time: 7:30ppm
Venue: Lake Placid Center for the Arts

Ricochet Duo - Jane Boxall: Marimba and Rose Chancler: Piano - will perform a very special multimedia concert honoring the late Adirondack conservationist and Woodswoman author Anne LaBastille. This unique concert will include 3 world premieres and the stunning pictures of 4 world-renowned nature photographers paired with specific program works. The concert will honor Anne LaBastilles tireless work as an international author, environmentalist and icon for women with an all-encompassing show using music, sound, images and light. A truly fitting tribute to this amazing woman! Repertoire for the concert was chosen to celebrate the four tenets of LaBastilles work: Water - Woods - Birds - Silence. Tickets are $10 in advance and $15 each the day of the show
Mar 21, 2013: Richmond, VA
Richmond, VA

Date: Mar 21, 2013
Time: 7:30 pm
Venue: In Your Ear Studio

"Now That Your Dollar Bills Have Sprouted Wings" The Atlantic Chamber Ensemble presents "Project Beck" Doors open at 6:30, music starts around 7:30. This is a potluck house concert-like event, so bring something to share!
Sep 29, 2012: Brooklyn, New York
Brooklyn, New York

Date: Sep 29, 2012
Time: 9:00pm
Venue: John Ryan Theatre

Rite of an Appalachian Bolero in Blue....from Mars Choreographer Joe Celej, with dancers Liz Beres and Lauren Garson will present a repeat performance of my latest work at the 12th Annual DUMBO Dance Festival, presented by White Wave.
Aug 26, 2012: New York, New York
New York, New York

Date: Aug 26, 2012
Time: 1:00pm
Venue: Jan Hus Presbyterian Church

Rite of an Appalachian Bolero...from Mars (world premiere) COMPOSERS VOICE DANCES ITS WAY INTO THE NEW SEASON Composers Voice presents Vision of Sound featuring PUBLIQuartet combining string quartets with modern dance. Returning from the summer break, Composers Voice begins its season with The Vision of Sound; a collaboration between composers, choreographers, dancers, and musicians to produce new choreographic works with music written by living composers. The pieces reflect the most current aesthetic sensitivities of representative composers and choreographers. The artists of Vision of Sound are committed to the promotion and performance of new works.
Mar 17, 2012: Middlebury, Vermont
Middlebury, Vermont

Date: Mar 17, 2012
Time: 8:00pm*
Venue: Middlebury College

slight change of plan (with bubbles) Gao Hong and Intersection *Pre-concert Talk with Peter Hamlin, 7:00 PM Admission is free Chinese musical prodigy Gao Hong is a master of the pipa, a pear shaped lute. With her Asian-fusion classical ensemble, Intersection, Hong explores crossings of various styles - Western art music, traditional Chinese music, contemporary music, jazz, and ragtime. Other members of the group are Nicola Melville, piano; Dave Hagedorn, percussion; and Jun Qian, clarinet. The concert includes new compositions by Peter Hamlin '73, chair of the Department of Music. Sponsored by the Department of Music.
Mar 4, 2012: Northfield, Minnesota
Northfield, Minnesota

Date: Mar 4, 2012
Time: 7:00pm
Venue: St. Olaf College

slight change of plan (with bubbles) The ensemble Intersection comprised of clarinetist Jun Qian, pianist Nicola Melville & percussionist David Hagedorn revisit this short work composed for them back in 2009
Feb 1, 2012: Fort Wayne, Indiana
Fort Wayne, Indiana

Date: Feb 1, 2012
Time: 7:30pm
Venue: Rhinehart Recital Hall

Bodacious Gaits "Remembering William Albright" Robert Satterlee, piano Admission for IPFW students with ID is free $7 Adults, $6 Seniors (60 and older), $4 Non-IPFW Students (Children ages 5 and younger are free) For information call the University Box Office at 260-481-6555 or visit www.ipfw.edu/music http://new.ipfw.edu/calendar/event-detail.html?id=535633f1-bd75-4491-80c5-0eb7b12d68aa
Jan 24, 2012: Portland , Oregon
Portland , Oregon

Date: Jan 24, 2012
Time: 7:00pm
Venue: Sherman Clay Pianos

Bodacious Gaits "Remembering William Albright" Piano Masterclass and Piano Concert with Robert Satterlee Monday & Tuesday, January 23/24 Robert Satterlee http://www.shermanclay-portland.com/upcoming-concert-events
Jan 19, 2012: Joplin, Missouri
Joplin, Missouri

Date: Jan 19, 2012
Time: 7:30pm
Venue: Corley Auditorium

Bodacious Gaits "Remembering William Albright" Robert Satterlee, piano Free and open to the public. http://www.calendarwiz.com/calendars/popup.php?op=view&id=42187371&crd=mssucalendar&
Jan 18, 2012: Lincoln, Nebraska
Lincoln, Nebraska

Date: Jan 18, 2012
Time: 7:30pm
Venue: Kimball Recital Hall

Bodacious Gaits Pianist Robert Satterlee will give a recital on Wednesday, Jan. 18 at 7:30 p.m. in Kimball Recital Hall. This event is free and open to the public. The repertoire will include Two Etudes (Homage to William Albright) by David Gompper, bodacious gaits by Doug Opel, La folia II: Lacuna by Marilyn Shrude, Vendaval by Gabriela Lena Frank, torn by Evan Chambers, Estela: Rag Latino by William Bolcom, Prelude and Toccata by Evan House, and Five Chromatic Dances by William Albright. Satterlee has developed a reputation as an accomplished and versatile solo recitalist and chamber musician. He plays regularly throughout the United States, delighting audiences with his incisive and imaginative performances. He has appeared on the Dame Myra Hess Memorial Concerts in Chicago, San Francisco's Old First Concert Series, the Schubert Club in St. Paul, Minn., the Music Teachers National Association national conventions, the Quad Cities Mozart Festival and many colleges and universities. In the summer of 2011 he played concerts at the new Romanian-American festival in Romania, the World Piano Conference in Serbia and at the Interlochen Arts Center in the United States. He recently was a featured performer at the Piano Plus Festival and the Corfu Festival in Greece and has also played concerts in China, Thailand, Sweden, Holland and Kenya. He has been heard in radio broadcasts throughout the United States, most notably on Minnesota Public Radio and WFMT in Chicago. Music of our time plays an important role in Satterlee's performing activity, and he has given premieres of several works. In June of 2004 he was invited to perform at the Music04 festival in Cincinnati, where he shared a program with the composer and pianist Frederick Rzewski. In 2006 he toured the US with a program of the composer's works, including a new piece specially written for the tour, and has recorded a CD of his works. Satterlee's most recent commissioning project centers around the American composer William Albright, a long time member of the faculty at the University of Michigan. Satterlee has commissioned his former students and colleagues to write solo piano works in Albright's memory, which he pairs with Albright's seminal work, the Five Chromatic Dances.
Mar 20, 2011: Ann Arbor, Michigan
Ann Arbor, Michigan

Date: Mar 20, 2011
Time: 4pm
Venue: Kerrytown Concert House

BODACIOUS GAITS, world premiere In memory of the great American composer William Albright, pianist Robert Satterlee has commissioned piano works from Albright's colleagues and former students. He will premiere these pieces in a program including Albright's Five Chromatic Dances, and will tour with the program throughout the year. Participating composers include: William Bolcom, Evan Chambers, Gabriela Frank, David Gompper, Evan Hause, Doug Opel and Marilyn Shrude. Robert Satterlee Robert Satterlee, a pianist and faculty member at Bowling Green State University, has a reputation as a versatile soloist and chamber musician. An active performer of contemporary music, Satterlee has premiered several works. His chamber music experience includes collaborations with members of the Chicago, London, Philadelphia and Detroit Symphony Orchestras. He also has participated in many music festivals and summer programs, including the Aspen Festival, Banff Centre, and the Interlochen Summer Arts Camp. His recent international appearances include performances in Romania, Sweden, Holland and Kenya. * $25 Assigned Rows 1-2 * $15 Assigned Rows 3-5 * $10 General Admission * $5 Student
Feb 27, 2011: Los Angeles, California
Los Angeles, California

Date: Feb 27, 2011
Time: 4pm
Venue: Westchester United Methodist Church

SOUL SETTINGS: TRIPTYCH I Music by Michael Djupstrom, Joan Tower, Jennifer Stevenson, Michael Remsen, and Jenni Brandon, and Doug Opel! THE DEFINIENS PROJECT Diana Morgan, flute; Ryan Zwahlen, oboe; Jennifer Stevenson, clarinet; Michael Kreiner, bassoon; Sakura Tsai, violin; Lars Hoefs, cello; Jeaette Yaryan, piano $10 at the door
Feb 10, 2011: Wayne, New Jersey
Wayne, New Jersey

Date: Feb 10, 2011
Venue: William Paterson University

The Unbearable Being of Likeness 360 degrees of 60x60 Video (Sanguine Mix). Video collaboration with Patrick Liddell. This 60x60 video collaboration of Robert Voisey with Patrick Liddell is called 360 degrees of 60x60 (Sanguine Mix) and is sponsored in part by the International Computer Music Association (ICMA). The works included in the mix were created specifically for the 2010 ICMC RED Edition (International Computer Music Conference) presented by Stony Brook University in New York City and Stony Brook. Six 60x60 mixes featuring 360 pieces from different composers throughout the world will presented during the conference and at remote concerts around the globe. The 6 different mixes are all named a different shade of red to honor the RED edition of ICMC: 60x60 Burgundy mix, Crimson mix, Magenta mix, Sanguine mix, Scarlet mix, and Vermilion mix. Each mix is one hour long and contains different composers totaling to 360 different works each by different composers from countries around the world. Patrick Liddell is a composer and video artist living in Chicago. His music/video is a postmodern blend of 'art' and 'popular' styles, with strong hints of electronic, ethnic, video game, experimental, and film music. His YouTube project "Video Room 1000" has received over one million views and has been featured on a host of viral websites. 360 degrees of 60x60 (Sanguine Mix) Paul Adriaenssens, Anthony Arlotta, Rebecca Ashe, Greg Bartholomew, Dennis Bathory-Kitsz, Jay Batzner, Cameron Bobro, Jason Bolte, benjamin Boone, Ian Corbett, Andrew Davis, Daniel Dominguez Teruel, David Drexler, Enrico Francioni, Kenneth Froelich, Iris Garrelfs, Philippe-Aubert Gauthier, Monroe Golden, Daniel Griffing, David Hahn, Jack Harris, Andy Hasenpflug, Luke Jennings, Lynn Job, Jiri Kaderabek, Bevin Kelley, Kevin Kissinger, Juraj Kojs, HyeKyung Lee, Stephen Lias, Patrick Liddell, John Link, Tom Lopez, Craig Marks, Gene Marlow, John Maycraft, Mike McFerron, Scott McGregor - Moore, David McIntire, Tricia Minty, Steve Moshier, Alon Nechushtan, Julia Norton, Doug Opel, Maggi Payne, Michael Pounds, Margaret Schedel, Les Scott, Alan Shockley, Mary Simoni, Steven Snowden, Michael Spicer, Laurie Spiegel, Stephen Stanfield, Madjid Tahriri, Eldad Tsabary, Doug Van Nort, Giovanni Varrica, Rob Voisey, and Jon Weinel http://www.voxnovus.com/60x60/2010_Sanguine_Mix.htm
Jan 27, 2011: London, ENGLAND
London, ENGLAND

Date: Jan 27, 2011
Venue: The Sprawl

The Unbearable Being of Likeness doors open: 7.30 pm ticket price: £8 in advance (from ticket web) and £10 on the door 360 degrees of 60x60 Video (Sanguine Mix) Video Collaboration with Patrick Liddell 60x60 contains 60 works from 60 different composers. Each composition is 60 seconds (or less) in duration sequenced together to create a one hour performance. Highlighting the work of a great many composers, 60x60 testifies to the vibrancy of contemporary composition by presenting the diverse array of styles, aesthetics and techniques being used today. Debuting in New York City November 2003, 60x60 started as an electroacoustic "tape" concert with its 60 short electronic works synchronized with an analog clock to mark the passage of each minute. since then 60x60 has received thousands of audio submissions from more than 30 countries around the world, produced radio shows, colaborated with multimedia (including dance, video, sculpture, and photography) and released several audio albums on CD. 360 degrees of 60x60 (Sanguine Mix) Paul Adriaenssens, Anthony Arlotta, Rebecca Ashe, Greg Bartholomew, Dennis Bathory-Kitsz, Jay Batzner, Cameron Bobro, Jason Bolte, benjamin Boone, Ian Corbett, Andrew Davis, Daniel Dominguez Teruel, David Drexler, Enrico Francioni, Kenneth Froelich, Iris Garrelfs, Philippe-Aubert Gauthier, Monroe Golden, Daniel Griffing, David Hahn, Jack Harris, Andy Hasenpflug, Luke Jennings, Lynn Job, Jiri Kaderabek, Bevin Kelley, Kevin Kissinger, Juraj Kojs, HyeKyung Lee, Stephen Lias, Patrick Liddell, John Link, Tom Lopez, Craig Marks, Gene Marlow, John Maycraft, Mike McFerron, Scott McGregor - Moore, David McIntire, Tricia Minty, Steve Moshier, Alon Nechushtan, Julia Norton, Doug Opel, Maggi Payne, Michael Pounds, Margaret Schedel, Les Scott, Alan Shockley, Mary Simoni, Steven Snowden, Michael Spicer, Laurie Spiegel, Stephen Stanfield, Madjid Tahriri, Eldad Tsabary, Doug Van Nort, Giovanni Varrica, Rob Voisey, and Jon Weinel http://www.voxnovus.com/60x60/2010_Sanguine_Mix.htm
Jan 22, 2011: SINGAPORE ,
SINGAPORE ,

Date: Jan 22, 2011
Time: 8:00pm
Venue: The Substation Theatre

The Unbearable of Being of Likeness 60x60 (2010 International Mix) debuts at The Substation Theatre in Singapore 8pm on Saturday 22 January 2011. As part of Sonic Visions By Song-Ming Ang Admission: $6 available at The Substation Box Office. http://www.substation.org/60x60/ Sonic Visions is a series of events organised by Song-Ming Ang in conjunction with his first solo exhibition in Singapore, You and I. The programme brings together four music events, underlined variously by the spirit of collaboration, simplicity of ideas, and focus on processes. Sonic Visions is conceived with the aim of elaborating on Ang's work, as well as a way of introducing the audience to his wide-ranging interests. Composers in the 60x60 (2010 International Mix) include: Emerson Aagaard, Aaron Acosta, Monty Adkins, Sean Archibald, Alexander Baker, Greg Bartholomew, Susan Brewster, Warren Burt, Peter Cavell, Douglas Cohen, Cindy Cox, Pierre Desmarais, Marco Dibeltulu, Terry Gambarotto, Philippe-Aubert Gauthier, Thomas Gerwin, Daniel Griffing, Esin Gunduz, David Hahn, Tomer Harari, Dry Heeves, Marie Incontrera, Lynn Job, duck juggler, Howard Kenty, Christopher Keyes, Kevin Kissinger, Yota Kobayashi, Ioannis Kourtis, Petri Kuljuntausta, HyeKyung Lee, Cyprian Li, Stephen Lias, Yu-Ping Lin, Svetlana Maras, Craig Marks, Gene Marlow, John Maycraft, Mike McFerron, Steve Moshier, Julia Norton, Doug Opel, Guillermo Pozzati, Reconsiderate, Tim Reed, Dean Rosenthal, Paul Russell, Bobby Sanabria, Margaret Schedel, Anne Van Schothorst, Jacky Schreiber, Ethan Schwartz, Les Scott, Mary Simoni, Steven Snowden, Michael Spicer, Agnes Szelag, Madjid Tahriri, Rob Voisey, Jon Weinel, and Danny Wier http://www.voxnovus.com/60x60/2010_International_Mix.htm
Dec 12, 2010: Moriya, Ibaraki, JAPAN
Moriya, Ibaraki, JAPAN

Date: Dec 12, 2010
Time: 6:30
Venue: Moriya Manabi-no-sato (ARCUS Studio)

The Unbearable Being of Likeness 60x60 2010 International Mix will be held as a special event for the closing party for the ARCUS artist-in-residency programme, which takes place 12 Dec from 17:00-20:00hrs. The concert itself takes place at 18:30-19:30 hrs. Composers in the 60x60 (2010) International Mix include: Emerson Aagaard, Aaron Acosta, Monty Adkins, Sean Archibald, Alexander Baker, Greg Bartholomew, Susan Brewster, Warren Burt, Peter Cavell, Douglas Cohen, Cindy Cox, Pierre Desmarais, Marco Dibeltulu, Terry Gambarotto, Philippe-Aubert Gauthier, Thomas Gerwin, Daniel Griffing, Esin Gunduz, David Hahn, Tomer Harari, Dry Heeves, Marie Incontrera, Lynn Job, duck juggler, Howard Kenty, Christopher Keyes, Kevin Kissinger, Yota Kobayashi, Ioannis Kourtis, Petri Kuljuntausta, HyeKyung Lee, Cyprian Li, Stephen Lias, Yu-Ping Lin, Svetlana Maras, Craig Marks, Gene Marlow, John Maycraft, Mike McFerron, Steve Moshier, Julia Norton, Doug Opel, Guillermo Pozzati, Reconsiderate, Tim Reed, Dean Rosenthal, Paul Russell, Bobby Sanabria, Margaret Schedel, Anne Van Schothorst, Jacky Schreiber, Ethan Schwartz, Les Scott, Mary Simoni, Steven Snowden, Michael Spicer, Agnes Szelag, Madjid Tahriri, Rob Voisey, Jon Weinel, and Danny Wier You can visit the concert program here: http://www.voxnovus.com/60x60/2010_International_Mix.htm
Dec 3, 2010: Essen, GERMANY
Essen, GERMANY

Date: Dec 3, 2010
Venue: Pina Bausch Theatre

The Unbearable Being of Likeness 360 degrees of 60x60 Video (Sanguine Mix and the Magenta Mix)
Dec 2, 2010: Miami, Florida
Miami, Florida

Date: Dec 2, 2010
Time: TBA
Venue: Harold Golen Gallery

The Unbearable Being of Likeness 12 Nights, The Street: Festival of Electronic Music, Art and Performance 60x60 contains 60 works from 60 different composers. Each composition is 60 seconds (or less) in duration sequenced together to create a one hour performance. Highlighting the work of a great many composers, 60x60 testifies to the vibrancy of contemporary composition by presenting the diverse array of styles, aesthetics and techniques being used today. This 60x60 video collaboration of Robert Voisey with Patrick Liddell is called 360 degrees of 60x60 (Sanguine Mix) and is sponsored in part by the International Computer Music Association (ICMA). The works included in the mix were created specifically for the 2010 ICMC RED Edition (International Computer Music Conference) presented by Stony Brook University in New York City and Stony Brook. Six 60x60 mixes featuring 360 pieces from different composers throughout the world will presented during the conference and at remote concerts around the globe. The 6 different mixes are all named a different shade of red to honor the RED edition of ICMC: 60x60 Burgundy mix, Crimson mix, Magenta mix, Sanguine mix, Scarlet mix, and Vermilion mix. Each mix is one hour long and contains different composers totaling to 360 different works each by different composers from countries around the world. Patrick Liddell is a composer and video artist living in Chicago. His music/video is a postmodern blend of 'art' and 'popular' styles, with strong hints of electronic, ethnic, video game, experimental, and film music. His YouTube project "Video Room 1000" has received over one million views and has been featured on a host of viral websites. Patrick recently completed the video for Vox Novus's "360 degrees of 60x60", a six-hour video installation featuring the works of 360 different composers; each hour of the video revisits the same source material but manipulated to uniquely accompany the music playing. He regularly performs live and improvised video with many groups in the Chicago area, as well as his own video/music/art under the moniker [ontologist].
Nov 21, 2010: Torrance, California
Torrance, California

Date: Nov 21, 2010
Time: 4:00pm
Venue: Hope United Methodist Church

Come enjoy a musical feast with The Definiens Project on Sunday, November 21 @ 4 p.m. in the sanctuary of Hope United Methodist Church. The prix-fixe menu will showcase creative sonic concoctions, sure to delight all of you senses; especially, your sense of humor. Our delicious program will include freshly harvested works from preservative-free composers, featuring several locally-grown composers in our organic cornucopia. Bring your musical appetite and we shall dine together! Definiens will be performing works by Mark Carlson, Jenni Brandon, Doug Opel, Michael-Thomas Foumai, Richard Pressley, and Jennifer Stevenson Price: $5 in advance; $10 at the door for adults 18 and over. Children and those 17 and under are FREE! Phone: (310) 323-1012
Nov 7, 2010: Bellingham, Washington
Bellingham, Washington

Date: Nov 7, 2010
Time: 2:00pm
Venue: PAC Concert Hall

The Unbearable Being of Likeness Eclecticism will rule the day as highly focused performances and presentations of folk, experimental pop, jazz, electroacoustic, free improvisation, world music, classical, quirky pop, R&B and more are allowed to coexist and form larger sets or pieces. In addition to the live music, two music-video mixes curated for the international Vox Novus 60x60 Project will be presented; each mix contains 60 one-minute tracks. Video Collaboration with Patrick Liddell. The Nov. 6 performance will take place in the Old Main Theatre, and the Nov. 7 show will be in the Performing Arts Center Concert Hall. Both shows begin at 2 p.m.; admission for each is $5. WWU Box Office hours are 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday and one hour prior to the performance. For individual tickets or disability accommodations, contact the box office at (360) 650-6146 or visit http://www.tickets.wwu.edu.
Nov 6, 2010: Fresno, California
Fresno, California

Date: Nov 6, 2010
Time: 8:00 pm (pre-concert
Venue: Concert Hall

Soul Settings: Triptych 1 (world premiere) Commissioned by The Definiens Project as part of the Composer Commission Compeitition (C3) CSU, Fresno Music Building Concert tickets $7, Seniors/Faculty/Staff $6 All student tickets are FREE All Master Classes are FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Nov 6, 2010: Fresno, California
Fresno, California

Date: Nov 6, 2010
Time: 5:00pm
Venue: Concert Hall

The Unbearable Being of Likeness 360 Degrees of 60x60 (Sanguing Mix) This 60x60 video collaboration with Patrick Liddell is called 360 degrees of 60x60 (Sanguine Mix) and is sponsored in part by the International Computer Music Association (ICMA) - www.computermusic.org The works included in the mix were created specifically for the 2010 ICMC RED Edition (International Computer Music Conference) presented by Stony Brook University in New York City and Stony Brook. Six 60x60 mixes featuring 360 pieces from different composers throughout the world will presented during the conference and at remote concerts around the globe. CSU, Fresno Music Building Concert tickets $7, Seniors/Faculty/Staff $6 All student tickets are FREE All Master Classes are FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Nov 1, 2010: Kansas City, Kansas
Kansas City, Kansas

Date: Nov 1, 2010
Time: 3:00pm
Venue: Performing Arts Center

The Unbearable Being of Likeness 360 Degrees of 60x60 (Sanguing Mix) This 60x60 video collaboration with Patrick Liddell is called 360 degrees of 60x60 (Sanguine Mix) and is sponsored in part by the International Computer Music Association (ICMA) - www.computermusic.org The works included in the mix were created specifically for the 2010 ICMC RED Edition (International Computer Music Conference) presented by Stony Brook University in New York City and Stony Brook. Six 60x60 mixes featuring 360 pieces from different composers throughout the world will presented during the conference and at remote concerts around the globe.
Aug 29, 2010: New York City, New York
New York City, New York

Date: Aug 29, 2010
Time: 1:00pm
Venue: Jan Hus Church

3 preludes to missing the point Vox Novus: Composer's Voice Concert Series featuring Vision of Sound: A Concert of Live Music and Dance The Vision of Sound concert is a collaboration between composers, choreographers, dancers and musicians to produce new choreographic works with live music written by composers primarily within the last five years. The pieces on the concerts all reflect the most current aesthetic sensitivities of the representative composers and choreographers. The dancers and musicians are sincerely committed to the promotion and performance of new work by living composers and choreographers. Program: "Trio for the Common Man" - Mark Olivieri; "Trio" - Nicholas Omiccioli; "Suite for Jules" - Mark Olivieri; "3 preludes to missing the point" - Doug Opel Choregraphers and Dancers: Melanie Aceto, Laurie Atkins, Tara Madsen Robbins and Suzanne Oliver, Kristi Schopfer, Nina Marie Madsen Musicians: Chris Otto - violin; Emily DuFour - cello; Nicola Melville - piano
Aug 13, 2010: Boone, NC
Boone, NC

Date: Aug 13, 2010
Time: 7:30
Venue: Valborg Theater

3 preludes to missing the point Appalachian State University's Department of Theatre and Dance presents the first Front of The Curtain Festival Aug. 10-15 and Aug. 28-29 in Valborg Theatre on campus. This weeklong celebration of theatre and dance will feature four different events sure to engage a range of audiences interested in the performing arts. The second festival event is a Faculty Dance Concert Aug.13 and 14 at 7:30 p.m. in Valborg Theatre. Members of the dance faculty, alumni and community members will collaborate with faculty and local musicians to perform reconstructed and newly choreographed pieces. Laurie Atkins will present the new solo work Three Preludes to Missing the Point with music composed by Doug Opel. For more information about the Front of the Curtain Festival, including ticket prices, reservations and complete synopses of events, call the theatre and dance box office at 262-3063 or visit www.theatre.appstate.edu.
Jul 21, 2010: San Francisco, California
San Francisco, California

Date: Jul 21, 2010
Time: 8:15pm
Venue: San Francisco Community Music Center

Hell's Hounds are Yorkies Local Arts Organization Outsound Presents the Lineup for the 9th ANNUAL OUTSOUND NEW MUSIC SUMMIT Who: Outsound Presents, a nonprofit arts organization What: The 9th Annual Outsound New Music Summit When: July 18 - 19 Free public events start at 7pm July 21 - 24 Artist Q&A: 7:30pm Music Performances start: 8:15pm Cost: All Ages | Wheelchair Accessible July 21-24: $12 General ($10 advance)/$8 Student Festival Pass $45 ($40 advance) Advance general tickets at In Ticketing http://www.inticketing.com/evinfo.php?eventid=97125 Blurred Lines Experimental films by Martha Colburn, with a live score by Thollem Mcdonas. Also, the internationally-exhibited 2009 60X60 Film Mix from Voxnovis.com, featuring sixty local and international composers to sixty one-minute films by Patrick Liddell.
Jul 20, 2010: Toronto, Ontario, CANADA
Toronto, Ontario, CANADA

Date: Jul 20, 2010
Time: 8pm, doors open 7:30
Venue: Supermarket

The Unbearable Being of Likeness THE AMBiENT PiNG presents A/V NiGHT featuring 60x60 Project Audio/Visual Mix + Transmorphous Sound Ensemble + Geek Weekend + General Chaos Visuals Tues. July 20th @ Supermarket. Admission: $6 Project Audio/Visual Mix 360 degrees of 60x60 (ICMC Sanguine Mix) 60x60 contains 60 works from 60 different composers. Each composition is 60 seconds (or less) in duration sequenced together to create a one hour performance. Highlighting the work of a great many composers, 60x60 testifies to the vibrancy of contemporary composition by presenting the diverse array of styles, aesthetics and techniques being used today. The Sanguine Mix of 60x60, called 360 degrees of 60x60, is sponsored in part by the International Computer Music Association (ICMA). Six 60x60 mixes featuring 360 pieces from different composers throughout the world will presented during the conference and at remote concerts around the globe. The 6 different mixes are all named a different shade of red to honor the RED edition of ICMC: 60x60 Burgundy mix, Crimson mix, Magenta mix, Sanguine mix, Scarlet mix, and Vermilion mix. Each mix is one hour long and contains different composers totaling to 360 different works each by different composers from many different countries around the world. The Sanguine Mix features Paul Adriaenssens, Rebecca Ashe, Greg Bartholomew, Dennis Bathory-Kitsz, Jay Batzner, Cameron Bobro, Jason Bolte, benjamin Boone, Ian Corbett, Andrew Davis, Daniel Dominguez Teruel, David Drexler, Enrico Francioni, Kenneth Froelich, Iris Garrelfs, Philippe-Aubert Gauthier, Monroe Golden, Daniel Griffing, David Hahn, Jack Harris, Andy Hasenpflug, Luke Jennings, Lynn Job, Jiri Kaderabek, Bevin Kelley, Kevin Kissinger, Juraj Kojs, HyeKyung Lee, Stephen Lias, Patrick Liddell, John Link, Tom Lopez, Craig Marks, Gene Marlow, John Maycraft, Mike McFerron, Scott McGregor - Moore, David McIntire, Tricia Minty, Steve Moshier, Alon Nechushtan, Julia Norton, Doug Opel, Maggi Payne, Michael Pounds, Reconsiderate, Margaret Schedel, Les Scott, Alan Shockley, Mary Simoni, Steven Snowden, Michael Spicer, Laurie Spiegel, Stephen Stanfield, Madjid Tahriri, Eldad Tsabary, Doug Van Nort, Giovanni Varrica, Rob Voisey, and Jon Weinel
Jun 24, 2010: New York City, New York
New York City, New York

Date: Jun 24, 2010
Time: 8:00pm
Venue: Faust Harrison Pianos

Dilukkenjon for two pianos American Modern Ensemble Celebrates its Fifth Anniversary Season Our final program on June 24 and 25, Powerhouse Pianists II, will feature our pianists Stephen Gosling and Blair McMillen performing works for two pianos, including "Hallelujah Junction" by John Adams, "Chiaroscuro" by John Corigliano, "Kilter" by Mary Ellen Childs, "Subway" by Amanda Harberg, "Dilukkenjon" by Doug Opel, the world premiere of "Deep Blue Ocean" by Robert Paterson and "Winnsboro Cotton Mill Blues" by Frederic Rzewski. Hear these two titans of the piano world and purchase autographed copies of their Powerhouse Pianists CD from our sold-out show from our first season. Powerhouse Pianists II Purchase Tickets Online: $20 Advance, $25 at the door or call 1-800-838-3006 to order by phone (24/7). Program: Hallelujah Junction - John Adams; Kilter** - Mary Ellen Childs; Chiaroscuro - John Corigliano; Subway - Amanda Harberg; Dilukkenjon - Doug Opel; Deep Blue Ocean* - Robert Paterson; Winnsboro Cotton Mill Blues - Frederic Rzewski *World Premiere **New York Premiere Onstage discussion with the pianists and selected composers Artists Stephen Gosling, piano Blair McMillen, piano Reception to follow...
Jun 3, 2010: Stony Brook, New York
Stony Brook, New York

Date: Jun 3, 2010
Time: Doors open 10:00am
Venue: Wang Center, Stony Brook University

"The Unbearable Being of Likeness" 60x60 Sanguine Mix 360 degrees of 60x60 was created for the 2010 ICMC RED Edition(International Computer Music Conference) 360 one minute pieces were selected to create 6 one hour mixes. The 6 different mixes are all named a different shade of red to honor the RED edition of ICMC: Burgundy mix, Crimson mix, Magenta mix, Sanguine mix, Scarlet mix, and Vermilion mix. 360 composers were selected from over 40 different countries. Composers ranged from different aesthetics, styles, ethnicity, culture, age, gender and career stage. 60x60 is specifically designed to represent a broad cross-section of acousmatic music being created throughout the world today. In the spirit of worldwide collaboration and exposure in addition to installation performance of the 360 degrees of 60x60 at the International Computer Music Conference, remote concerts of the 6 mixes will take place in more than 100 venues throughout the world over the next year. 360 degrees of 60x60, 60 works, 60 seconds long; to and from all around the world. At this conference all 6 mixes will be performed as a 6 hour installation each day of the conference. 360 degrees of 60x60 (Sanguine Mix) Paul Adriaenssens, Anthony Arlotta, Rebecca Ashe, Greg Bartholomew, Dennis Bathory-Kitsz, Jay Batzner, Cameron Bobro, Jason Bolte, benjamin Boone, Ian Corbett, Andrew Davis, Daniel Dominguez Teruel, David Drexler, Enrico Francioni, Kenneth Froelich, Iris Garrelfs, Philippe-Aubert Gauthier, Monroe Golden, Daniel Griffing, David Hahn, Jack Harris, Andy Hasenpflug, Luke Jennings, Lynn Job, Jiri Kaderabek, Bevin Kelley, Kevin Kissinger, Juraj Kojs, HyeKyung Lee, Stephen Lias, Patrick Liddell, John Link, Tom Lopez, Craig Marks, Gene Marlow, John Maycraft, Mike McFerron, Scott McGregor - Moore, David McIntire, Tricia Minty, Steve Moshier, Alon Nechushtan, Julia Norton, Doug Opel, Maggi Payne, Michael Pounds, Margaret Schedel, Les Scott, Alan Shockley, Mary Simoni, Steven Snowden, Michael Spicer, Laurie Spiegel, Stephen Stanfield, Madjid Tahriri, Eldad Tsabary, Doug Van Nort, Giovanni Varrica, Rob Voisey, and Jon Weinel
Jun 1, 2010: New York City, New York
New York City, New York

Date: Jun 1, 2010
Time: Doors open 1:00pm
Venue: Electronic Music Foundation

"The Unbearable Being of Likeness" 60x60 Sanguine Mix 360 degrees of 60x60 was created for the 2010 ICMC RED Edition(International Computer Music Conference) 360 one minute pieces were selected to create 6 one hour mixes. The 6 different mixes are all named a different shade of red to honor the RED edition of ICMC: Burgundy mix, Crimson mix, Magenta mix, Sanguine mix, Scarlet mix, and Vermilion mix. 360 composers were selected from over 40 different countries. Composers ranged from different aesthetics, styles, ethnicity, culture, age, gender and career stage. 60x60 is specifically designed to represent a broad cross-section of acousmatic music being created throughout the world today. In the spirit of worldwide collaboration and exposure in addition to installation performance of the 360 degrees of 60x60 at the International Computer Music Conference, remote concerts of the 6 mixes will take place in more than 100 venues throughout the world over the next year. 360 degrees of 60x60, 60 works, 60 seconds long; to and from all around the world. At this conference all 6 mixes will be performed as a 6 hour installation each day of the conference. 360 degrees of 60x60 (Sanguine Mix) Paul Adriaenssens, Anthony Arlotta, Rebecca Ashe, Greg Bartholomew, Dennis Bathory-Kitsz, Jay Batzner, Cameron Bobro, Jason Bolte, benjamin Boone, Ian Corbett, Andrew Davis, Daniel Dominguez Teruel, David Drexler, Enrico Francioni, Kenneth Froelich, Iris Garrelfs, Philippe-Aubert Gauthier, Monroe Golden, Daniel Griffing, David Hahn, Jack Harris, Andy Hasenpflug, Luke Jennings, Lynn Job, Jiri Kaderabek, Bevin Kelley, Kevin Kissinger, Juraj Kojs, HyeKyung Lee, Stephen Lias, Patrick Liddell, John Link, Tom Lopez, Craig Marks, Gene Marlow, John Maycraft, Mike McFerron, Scott McGregor - Moore, David McIntire, Tricia Minty, Steve Moshier, Alon Nechushtan, Julia Norton, Doug Opel, Maggi Payne, Michael Pounds, Margaret Schedel, Les Scott, Alan Shockley, Mary Simoni, Steven Snowden, Michael Spicer, Laurie Spiegel, Stephen Stanfield, Madjid Tahriri, Eldad Tsabary, Doug Van Nort, Giovanni Varrica, Rob Voisey, and Jon Weinel
May 30, 2010: Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Date: May 30, 2010
Time: 11am-9pm
Venue: FoFa Gallery, Concordia College

"The Unbearable Being of Likeness" 60x60 Sanguine Mix Involving 600 composers and 40 dancers in 10 continuous hours of dance, music and video, this project brings together artists of different practices, media, styles and experience in collaborative contemporary art-making. Visitors can walk in at any time during the day to experience 60x60 in part or in full.
May 22, 2010: New York City, New York
New York City, New York

Date: May 22, 2010
Time: 1pm-6pm
Venue: Tompkins Park

The Unbearable Being of Likeness Parade: 1:00pm Concert: ca. 5:00pm 60×60 joins the New York Dance Parade and Festival for an exciting extravaganza of 60 one-minute dance performances to be choreographed to 60 one-minute electronic audio works and performed on stage in Tompkins Square Park. "An express without any delay...It's this kind of madness that makes the cultural world go round." - The New York Times Eclectic by nature, 60×60 Dance offers an unmatched diversity of styles, making for a fast-speed, electrifying one-of-a-kind performance that never ceases to surprise. Dances will span all forms from tribal to ballet to hip-hop to ballroom and contemporary, while music includes neo-romantic, folk, tech-house, noise, rock and everything but the kitchen sink. 60×60 Project is a one-hour-long show made by sequencing 60 pre-recorded pieces by 60 different composers, each piece a minute in length or shorter. For 60×60 dance events, each selected performer/group will be invited to create a one-minute performance to one of the 60 compositions. The 60 performances will be joined to create a 1 hour show.
May 22, 2010: Barcelona, SPAIN
Barcelona, SPAIN

Date: May 22, 2010
Time: 7:00-9:00pm
Venue: Estudio Nomada

Hell's Hounds are Yorkies 60x60 makes a stellar debut in Spain with three 60x60 video mixes inking the sky! Presenting more than 150 composers and the video work of 3 different video artists! A night of 60x60 videoart (2004, 2007 and 2009 mixes) marks the closure of Estudio Nomada's "In the Sky"/ "Off-Loop" programme for the LOOP Videoart Festival this Saturday in Barcelona. Audience members are invited to enjoy the screening from comfy bean-bags and giant-sized cushions on the floor, whilst 60x60 inks the sky ! For more info, visit the "Programme" section of: http://www.inkthesky.com/ 60x60 2004 Video collaboration with Shimpei Takeda. Shimpei Takeda (b.1982, Japan) is an artist who has mainly worked in the areas of: photography, video and audio-visual performance. He lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. He has been interested in capturing random organic motion, such as movement of the water's surface or light reflection. And, the primal elements' flexibility, as an ingredient to the visual medium, they are enhanced by using digital cameras, with their instant preview and long zoom lens - this allows me to realize abstract paintings in the motion. His work has shown across the U.S., Europe, and Australia including the: The Essl Collection of Contemporary Art, Weisman Museum of Art, and the Austin Museum of Art. He has collaborated with many sound artists and electro-acoustic composers. Composers in the 60x60 (2004)2004 International mix include: Riad Abdel-Gawd, Aaron Acosta, Liana Alexandra, John Allemeier, Christian Banasik, Dennis Bathory-Kitsz, Stephen Betts, Sandeep Bhagwati, Justin Breame, Scott Brickman, George Brunner, Robert Carl, Miha Ciglar, David Claman, Douglas Cohen, Noah Creshevsky, Leslie de Melcher, Patrick Dorobisz, Moritz Eggert, Karlheinz Essl, Carlo Forlivesi, David Gamper, Douglas Geers, Peter Gilbert, Robert Gluck, Daniel Goode, Ramon Gorgoitia, James Hegarty, Mark Henry, Erik Hinds, Bernand Hughes, David Jaggard, Keith Johnson, Michael Kinney, John Link, David T. Little, Guy Livingston, Annea Lockwood, Juan Maria Solare, Charles Mason, James McWilliam, Luis Menacho, David Mooney, Michael Murphy, Serban Nichifor, Richard O'Donnell, Maggi Payne, Mark Petering, Morgan Quaintance, Giuseppe Rapisarda, Laura & Andrew Reid & Hodson, Robert Sazdov, Jacky Schreiber, Alex Shapiro, Emma Shiffrin, Allen Strange, Thomas Sutter, Vladimir Tosic, Eldad Tsabary, and Robert Voisey 60x60 2007 Video collaboration with Zlatko Cosic Short films of Zlatko osi have been shown at St. Louis International Film Festival, USA Film Festival, the Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts, St. Louis Art Museum, Belgrade Documentary and Short Film Festival, St. Louis\ Regional Arts Commission, Independent Film Channel, Stimultania Gallery and TNA TV in France, Kulturkiosken Gallery, Sweden, XMV Collective: Unconscious in New York, Electronic Midwest Music Festival in Kansas City, Spark Festival of Electronic Music and Arts, Macon Film Festival, AMLA National Media Education Conference,\ Media Ecology Association Convention in Mexico City, and PBS's Art21: Art in the Twenty-First Century. Zlatko osi was born in the city of Banja Luka, Yugoslavia, present day Bosnia and Herzegovina. Zlatko currently lives in St. Louis and works as a multimedia artist creating films, public projections, video installations and live multimedia performances. Composers in the 60x60 (2007) International Mix include: Henri Algadafe, John Allemeier, Thomas Bailey, Joel-Aime Beauchamp, Benjamin Boone, Monique Buzzarte, Adam Caird, Grégory Chatonsky, Jesse Clark, Cindy Cox, Noah Creshevsky, David Cutler, Tilmann Dehnhard, Robert Dick, Andrew Eckel, Iris Garrelfs, Thierry Gauthier, Marcel Gehrman, Thomas Gerwin, Tomer Harari, Risto Holopainen, Alphons Izzo, Michiko Kawagoe, Joelle Khoury, Panayiotis Kokoras, Gintas Kraptavicius, Sophie Lacaze, Micky Landau, Tuan Hung Le, Graziano Lella, Meng-chia Lin, Drake Mabry, Chris Mann, Al Margolis, John Maters, Christian McLeer, David McIntire, David Morneau, Jeff Morris, Tim Mukherjee, Alex Nadjarov, Helen Nattrass, Serban Nichifor, Blas Payri, John Pitts, Gene Pritsker, Tim Reed, Stephen Rothman, Anne van Schothorst, Laurie Spiegel, Ken Steen, Olivier Tache, Eldad Tsabary, Philippe Vernier, Andrea Vigani, Daniel Visconti, Jane Wang, Rodney Waschka II, Simon Whetham, Sabrina Pena Young, and Cynthia Zaven 60x60 2009 Video collaboration with Patrick Liddell Video Artist, Patrick Liddell recently received this Doctor of Music at Northwestern University in Music Composition. His primary instructors have been Jay Alan Yim (Northwestern University, Evanston IL), Chris Mercer (Northwestern), Peter McIlwain (Monash University, Melbourne, Australia), and Steve Heinemann (Bradley University, Peoria IL). His music has been performed by Function Ensemble (London, UK), Monash Gamelan Ensemble (Melbourne), pLAy Ensemble (Los Angeles, CA), Vox Novus (NYC, NY), Third Coast Percussion Ensemble (Chicago, IL), and many other chamber and popular groups. His art is a combination of music and video (video being the visual counterpart to the temporality of sound), and in a postmodern idiom attempts to combine popular, art, and world musics into a "unified disassociation". His most recent project, Arrow To The Sun, is a multi-dimensional fractal-art piece that fuses music, video, taste, touch, smell, and thought to evoke an anti-narrative of spiritual enlightenment. Composers included in 60x60 (2009) International Mix: Aaron Acosta, Aart Uunivers, Christopher Ariza, Dwight Ashley, Adam Basanta, Dennis Bathory-Kitsz, Jay Batzner, Benjamin Boone, Justin H Brierley, Halsey Burgund, Hermes Camacho, Danny Clay, David Congo, Alvin Curan, Matthew Dotson, Mark Eden, Morgan Fisher, Enrico Francioni, Kraig Grady, Cem Guney, Richard Hall, Yoko Honda, Masaaki Iseki, Lynn Job, Aaron Krister Johnson, Bernadette Johnson, Timo Kahlen, Tova Kardonne, Michiko Kawagoe, Antom Killin, HyeKyung Lee, Brian Lindgren, Pasquale Mainolfi, John Maycraft, Angela McGary, Leslie Melcher, Polly Moller, Josue Moreno, David Morneau, Peter Mottram, Alexander Mouton, Paul Oehlers, Doug Opel, Christophe Petchanatz, Kala Pierson, Gene Pritsker, Robert\ Ratcliffe, Philip Schesslar, Matt Schickele, Les Scott, Diana Simpson, Steven Snowden, Jorge Sosa, Laurie Spiegel, Patrica Walsh, Jane Wang, Andrew Weathers, Andrew Willingham, Gregory Yasinitsky, and Natal Zaks
Mar 29, 2010: Green Bay, Wisconsin
Green Bay, Wisconsin

Date: Mar 29, 2010
Time: 9PM
Venue: Winter Garden Atrium/Mary Cofrin Hall

Vox Novus 60x60 (2009 International Mix) including "Hell's Hounds are Yorkies" Free admission
Mar 25, 2010: Goodwell, Oklahoma
Goodwell, Oklahoma

Date: Mar 25, 2010
Time: TBA
Venue: Centennial Theatre

Vox Novus 60x60 (2009 International Mix) including "Hell's Hounds are Yorkies".
Mar 19, 2010: Mansfield, Pennsylvania
Mansfield, Pennsylvania

Date: Mar 19, 2010
Time: TBA
Venue: Mansfield University

Vox Novus 60x60 (2009 International Mix) including "Hell's Hounds are Yorkies"
Mar 16, 2010: Carbondale, Illinois
Carbondale, Illinois

Date: Mar 16, 2010
Time: TBA
Venue: Southern Illinois University

Vox Novus 60x60 (2009 International Mix) including "Hell's Hounds are Yorkies"
Dec 5, 2009: Wilmington, California
Wilmington, California

Date: Dec 5, 2009
Venue: Los Angeles Harbor College

Hell's Hounds are Yorkies 60x60 (2009/International Mix)
Dec 3, 2009: San Francisco, California
San Francisco, California

Date: Dec 3, 2009
Venue: Full Moon Concerts, Long Nights Moon

Hell's Hounds are Yorkies 60x60 (2009/International Mix)
Nov 15, 2009: Strasbourg, France
Strasbourg, France

Date: Nov 15, 2009
Venue: Stimultania Art Gallery

Hell's Hounds are Yorkies 60x60 Video (2009/International Mix) collaboration with Patrick Liddel.
Nov 15, 2009: College Station, Texas
College Station, Texas

Date: Nov 15, 2009
Time: 12:00pm
Venue: Fallout Theatre - 140 Blocker

Hell's Hounds are Yorkies ELECTRIC LA-TEX 2009 60x60 (2009 International Mix)
Nov 13, 2009: Cleveland, Mississippi
Cleveland, Mississippi

Date: Nov 13, 2009
Time: 4:30pm
Venue: Bologna Performing Arts Center

Hell's Hounds are Yorkies ELECTRO-ACOUSTIC JUKE JOINT 60x60 Video (2009/International Mix) collaboration with Patrick Liddell. FREE ADMISSION
Nov 13, 2009: Mount Pleasant, Michigan
Mount Pleasant, Michigan

Date: Nov 13, 2009
Time: 7:00pm
Venue: Chamichian Hall

Hell's Hounds are Yorkies 60x60 Audio (2009/International Mix) FREE ADMISSION
Nov 13, 2009: New York, NY
New York, NY

Date: Nov 13, 2009
Time: 12:30-1:30pm/7-8pm
Venue: World Financial Center Winter Garden

Hell's Hounds are Yorkies 60x60 Dance (2009/International Mix): 60 one minute dances by different choreographers organized by Amiti Perry. FREE ADMISSION
Nov 8, 2009: St. Louis, Missouri
St. Louis, Missouri

Date: Nov 8, 2009
Time: 7:30-8:30
Venue: Mad Art Gallery

Hell's Hounds are Yorkies 60x60 Dance (2009/International Mix): 60 one minute dances by different choreographers organized by Amiti Perry. Presented by New Music Circle. $15 general admission/$7 student admission
Nov 6, 2009: Kansas City, Kansas
Kansas City, Kansas

Date: Nov 6, 2009
Time: 7:30pm
Venue: Electronic Music Midwest Festival

Hell's Hounds are Yorkies 60x60 Dance (2009/International Mix): 60 one minute dances by different choreographers organized by Amiti Perry
Oct 27, 2009: Santiago, CHILE
Santiago, CHILE

Date: Oct 27, 2009
Time: 8:00pm
Venue: Escuela Moderna de Musica

Pianist Nicola Melville will perform an evening of selected works including "3 preludes to missing the point"
Oct 14, 2009: Limerick, Ireland
Limerick, Ireland

Date: Oct 14, 2009
Venue: University of Limerick

Hell's Hounds are Yorkies 60x60 Audio (2009/International Mix)
Oct 3, 2009: Columbus, OH
Columbus, OH

Date: Oct 3, 2009
Time: 7:30-8:30/9:00-10:00
Venue: Wallstreet Nightclub

Hell's Hounds are Yorkies 60x60 Dance (2009/International Mix): 60 one minute dances by different choreographers organized Amiti Perry. $5 admission (18+ only)
Sep 25, 2009: Syracuse, NY
Syracuse, NY

Date: Sep 25, 2009
Time: 11:15am
Venue: Onondaga Community College

Onondaga Community College will host Vision of Sound, presented by The Society for New Music, as part of their Arts Across Campus series. "3 preludes to missing the point" will be performed alongside pieces by composers Mark Volker, Mark Olivieri and Dana Wilson.
Apr 18, 2009: Rochester, NY
Rochester, NY

Date: Apr 18, 2009
Time: 7:30pm
Venue: Hochstein Performance Hall

Vision of Sound Concert of Live Music and Dance. Featuring Melanie Aceto Contemporary Dance and including selections from my recent piano work, 3 Preludes to Missing the Point (2006). $12 General/$10 Seniors/$8 Students
Apr 3, 2009: Washington, D.C.
Washington, D.C.

Date: Apr 3, 2009
Time: 7:30pm
Venue: Music Recital Hall, Rockville Campus

Music Faculty Artists Series. Nicola Melville appears as MC Arts Institute's Distinguished Guest Artist, performing '3 Preludes to Missing the Point' and other selections from her recent release, Melville's Dozen.
Mar 20, 2009: Durango, Colorado
Durango, Colorado

Date: Mar 20, 2009
Time: 7:00pm
Venue: Roshong Recital Hall

Pianist Nicola Melville appears as Artist in Residence, continuing her world-wide performance of selections from "Melville's Dozen", recently released on the Innova label, a series of 13 new works comissioned by the pianist from 13 composers.
Mar 7, 2009: Minneapolis, MN, USA
Minneapolis, MN, USA

Date: Mar 7, 2009
Time: 1:00pm
Venue: MacPhail Center for Music, Antonello Hal

Four musical artists from three countries come together in an exciting new Asian-fusion classical ensemble. Their program includes traditional works of Western and Eastern Art music alongside new cross-cultural works by a compelling variety of composers from the Twin Cities and beyond. The four members of Intersection - Gao Hong (pipa), Dave Hagedorn (percussion), Jun Qian (clarinet), and Nicola Melville (piano) are friends, colleagues and collaborators from the faculties of St. Olaf College and Carleton College. They bring a wealth of diverse experiences to this thrilling ensemble: their broad backgrounds in Western Art music, traditional Chinese music, East-meets-West compositions, contemporary music, jazz and ragtime fuse to produce vibrant and varied programming that is fresh and innovative. The program for this concert will include traditional Chinese works, traditional Western works, compositions by Gao Hong, and world premiere performances of new compositions by Northfield composers Justin Merritt (St Olaf) and Alex Freeman (Carleton College), and New York composer Doug Opel.
Feb 9, 2009: New York, New York
New York, New York

Date: Feb 9, 2009
Time: TBA
Venue: Mannes College The New School for Music

Keys to the Future, New Yorks premiere festival for contemporary piano music. Karen Hakobyan and Gabriel Escudero will be perform Dilukkenjon for two pianos.
Jan 25, 2009: Hamilton, NY
Hamilton, NY

Date: Jan 25, 2009
Time: 3:30pm
Venue: Brehmer Theater, Dana Arts Center

Vision of Sound Concert of Live Music and Dance. Featuring Melanie Aceto Contemporary Dance and including selections from my recent piano work, 3 Preludes to Missing the Point (2006). Free and open to the public
Jan 24, 2009: Syracuse, New York
Syracuse, New York

Date: Jan 24, 2009
Time: 8pm
Venue: Carrie Theater, Civic Center

Vision of Sound Concert of Live Music and Dance. Featuring Melanie Aceto Contemporary Dance and including my recent piano work, 3 Preludes to Missing the Point (2006). $15 General/$12 for Seniors & Students $4 Dance Students signing in Additional number: 315 245-1689
Jan 23, 2009: Tucson, AZ
Tucson, AZ

Date: Jan 23, 2009
Venue: University of Arizona

Nicola Melville will perform selections from '3 Preludes to Missing the Point' for the Tucson Music Teachers Association and at the University of Arizona.
Oct 18, 2008: New Paltz, NY
New Paltz, NY

Date: Oct 18, 2008
Time: 11am
Venue: TBA

NY Teachers Conference. Nicola Melville, piano. Selections from 3 preludes to missing the point (2006).
Jul 29, 2008: Chautauqua, New York
Chautauqua, New York

Date: Jul 29, 2008
Time: 4:00 pm
Venue: Lenna Hall

Chautauqua Music Festival. Nicola Melville, piano. Selections from 3 Preludes to Missing the Point (2006).
Jun 20, 2008: Northfield, Minnesota
Northfield, Minnesota

Date: Jun 20, 2008
Time: 8:30 pm
Venue: Carleton College Concert Hall

Nicola Melville, piano. Selections from 3 preludes to missing the point (2006) will be performed at the 2008 Carleton College Reunion.
Jun 10, 2008: Prior Lake, Minnesota
Prior Lake, Minnesota

Date: Jun 10, 2008
Time: 2:15 pm
Venue: Mystic Lake Casino Hotel

Minnesota Music Teachers Assocation. Nicola Melville, piano. Selections from 3 preludes to missing the point (2006) will be performed at the MMTA 2008 Convention.
Oct 11, 2007: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Date: Oct 11, 2007
Time: 8pm
Venue: PNC Recital Hall, Duquesne University

Ferlinghetti, Duquesne Contemporary Ensemble
Sep 28, 2007: Northfield, Minnesota
Northfield, Minnesota

Date: Sep 28, 2007
Time: 7pm
Venue: Carleton College Concert Hall

3 Preludes to Missing the Point, Nicola Melville, pianist
Nov 16, 2005: Bloomington, Indiana
Bloomington, Indiana

Date: Nov 16, 2005
Time: 8pm
Venue: Musical Arts Center

Episodica. Performed by guest conductor Uri Mayer leading the IU Philharmonic.
Sep 23, 2005: New York , NY
New York , NY

Date: Sep 23, 2005
Time: 8pm
Venue: St. Peter's Church

NeoCons and Libertines. Performance by the MATA Micro-Orchestra. Appearing on the Oct. 2nd concert.
Apr 1, 2005: Fort Wayne, Indiana
Fort Wayne, Indiana

Date: Apr 1, 2005
Time: 7:30pm
Venue: Performing Arts Center

Drive! for chamber orchestra
Feb 21, 2004: Tiffin, Ohio
Tiffin, Ohio

Date: Feb 21, 2004
Time: 7pm
Venue: Ohl Concert Hall, Heidelberg College

Dilukkenjon for Two Pianos will be performed Saturday, Feb 21st, 2004 at Ohl Concert Hall on the Heidelberg College campus as part of a recital featuring pianists Nikki Melville and Lisa Campi. Other works to be performed are Brahms' Haydn Variations, the Lutoslawski Paganini Variations and a blues piece co-written by Otto Luening and Ernst Bacon.
Feb 18, 2001: Oxford, ENGLAND
Oxford, ENGLAND

Date: Feb 18, 2001
Time: 1:00pm
Venue: Jacquelin du Pre Concert Hall

Unbearable Being of Likeness 60x60 Video (2011 International Mix) video collaboration with Zlatko Cosic will premiere in Oxford, England on Friday February 18th at 1:00 PM at Audiograft. Audiograft is an annual festival of Contemporary Music and Sound Art curated by the Sonic Art Research Unit at Oxford Brookes University. The 2011 festival is an ambitious extension of the event throughout the public arts venues of the City, with perfomances happening at Modern Art Oxford, the Jacqueline Du Pré Concert Hall and the Holywell Music Room on three consecutive evenings as well as a program of installations and workshops running for the whole week (February 14th-20th 2011) in and around the Richard Hamilton Building on the Headington Hill Campus. Friday February 18th at 13:00 60x60 Video (2011 International Mix) Video Collaboration Jacqueline du Pré Concert Hall Cowley Place Oxford OX4 1DY England Admission £3 www.audiograft.com