Goings-on, Autumn 2009

  • August 23, 2009: Featured speaker for Pull-Tight Theatre, Franklin, TN: “The Bernstein Code: Musical Secrets of West Side Story”
  • September 11-15, 2009: Guest Composer at the Royal Academy of Music, London. ramlogo
  • September 13, 2009: World premiere of An arch never sleeps. (duo for violin and double bass). Peter Sheppard Skaerved, violin; Chi-chi Nwanoku MBE, double bass. Wilton’s Music Hall, London. Pre-concert talk, 5:30pm: “Reinventing String Instruments,” concert at 6pm.
  • September 15, 2009: ‘Soundbox’ with Peter Sheppard Skaerved, violin. 12:30 in the Strings Gallery, Royal Academy of Music (Museum Research event).
  • September 24, 2009: Nightcap Series Concert, Blair School of Music: Peter Sheppard Skaerved, violin. U.S. premiere of Everything Under the Sun (four seasons for two violins–with Benjamin Hart).
  • October 4, 2009: One Day University Lecture, New York City Hilton. “Beatles & Beethoven: Hearing the Connection.”
  • October 15, 2009: Nightcap Series Concert, Blair School of Music: Excerpts from the three Viola Sonatas: John Kochanowski, viola; Michael Alec Rose, piano
  • October 26, 2009: Performance of Seven for Three (1991), Faculty Recital, Blair School of Music. Jared Hauser, oboe; Leslie Norton, horn; Melissa Rose, piano.
  • November 7, 2009: One Day University Lecture, San Francisco, Moscone Convention Center. “Beethoven and the Beatles: Hearing the Connection.”
  • November 14, 2009: “A retrospective of the first two viola sonatas,” (1986, 1994). Faculty Recital, Blair School of Music. John Kochanowski, viola; Michael Alec Rose, piano.

TBA: Premiere of Five Bucolics (poems by Maurice Manning). Tony Boutte, tenor. University of Miami, Florida

Recent performances


Sunday, June 7, 2009, 3pmasjmlogo

American Society for Jewish Music, New York

“Music in Our Time”
ASJM annual Jewish music concert performed by New York City’s finest concert artists.

Important, Jewish-themed works by notable American composers:

Leonard Bernstein, Elie Siegmeister, Michael Alec Rose, Louis Karchin, David Leisner, and Max Stern.

Featuring Michael Alec Rose:
Tree of Life: Fantasy for Clarinet, Cello, and Piano
performed by players from the Mannes College of the New School of Music. 

 

Please contact the CJH Theater Box Office
phone: (917) 606-8200  or, Ticket sales: 212.868.4444 
http://www.smarttix.com
email: boxoffice@cjh.org
Center for Jewish History • 15 West 16th Street • New York, NY 10011

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June 11, 2009

Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama
Glasgow

Piano Festival: Evening concert

The Periodic Table: Chamber Concerto for piano and eight players
         Aaron Shorr, pianist (Head of Keyboards, RSAMD)

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Thursday 11 June

Competition
Governors’ Recital Prize for Piano

Academy Concert Hall / 3.00pm / Free
Pre-Concert Talk
with Michael Alec Rose
and Vera Stanojevic
Academy Concert Hall / 6.45pm / Free with concert ticket
Evening Concert
Vera Stanojevic Voyages for Solo Piano
Michael Alec Rose Chamber Concerto for Piano and Ensemble: The Periodic Table
Anto Pett and Anne-Liis Poll Improvised Chamber Concerto for Piano, Ensemble and Voice
Academy Concert Hall / 7.30pm / £9 (£6)

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Recent appearances

May 31, 2009

Wilton’s Music Hall, London

World Premiere: Everything Under the Sun: Four Seasons for Two Violins (2009)

Peter Sheppard Skaerved, violin
Miahilo Trandafilovsky, violin

  

Modern Pastoral?
5:30pm – Pre-concert talk – Intimate Voices
6:00pm – Concert  

Edward Elgar-Piano Quintet Op 84 (1918-9)

Jean Sibelius-Quartet Op 56 ‘Voces Intimae’ (1909)

Maurice Ravel-Sonata for Violin and Cello (1920-2)

Plus: World Premiere

Michael Alec Rose – ‘Everything under the Sun: 4 seasons for 2 violins’ (2009)

 

Three master pieces, written in the years around the apocalypse of the ‘Great War’.

The Kreutzers are delighted to welcome back David Owen Norris, one of Britain’s greatest musicians and communicators. David is the authority on Elgar’s piano writing; here he plays Elgar’s astonishing Quintet,
begun at the end of the War.

Nashville-based Michael Alec Rose is well known to Wilton’s audiences: this is the second new work that he has composed with the theatre’s beautiful acoustic and atmosphere in mind.

Tickets: £10
Box Office: 02077029555

 

 

 

 

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April 5, 2009
11:30

Lecture: “One Day University” program
Rye Brook, NY
Doral Arrowwood Conference Resort

Music: Beethoven, The Beatles & Shakespeare—Hearing the Connections