Arts at the Armory: Boston
Dec
16
7:00 PM19:00

Arts at the Armory: Boston

This concert is part of a new series, House of Glass, by Emily Thorner and Lucy Yao. House of Glass aims to give space to performers and composers to celebrate their voice. Come to the cafe to have a beverage and enjoy the pre-concert talk at 7:30 and concert at 8!

FEATURING THE WORKS OF: 

AMELIA BREY
MELISSA DUNPHY
EMMA O'HALLORAN
GEMMA PEACOCKE
KAIJA SAARIAHO
KATE SOPER

event link: http://artsatthearmory.org/events/house-of-glass-concert/

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NYC: Solidarity with Immigrant Voices
Dec
7
8:00 PM20:00

NYC: Solidarity with Immigrant Voices

https://www.facebook.com/events/339360073496754/

Sing in Solidarity, the chorus of NYC-DSA, together with the Immigrant Justice Working Group, presents: 

Voices for Immigrant Justice: a night of music and solidarity.

This concert will feature the chorus of NYC-Democratic Socialists of America and Lucy Yao playing Inti Figgis-Vizueta’s “a bridge between starshine and clay”. Please join in solidarity to raise money for the Central American migrant caravans. Through New Sanctuary Coalition we will be giving all our proceeds to aid the Salvadorans, Guatemalans, and Hondurans walking thousands of miles north in caravans to the U.S. Border. 


https://www.socialists.nyc/donate/

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Julius Eastman: Gay Guerrilla w/ Claire Chase + Harvard
Dec
5
9:00 PM21:00

Julius Eastman: Gay Guerrilla w/ Claire Chase + Harvard

  • Holden Chapel Cambridge, MA USA (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

An evening of world premieres of flute pieces by Harvard composers, followed by Julius Eastman’s radiant “Gay Guerrilla” that was written for any arrangement of instruments. It has previously been played by four pianos, chamber ensemble, and orchestra. In this special performance, Claire Chase’s performance class, which consists of guitar, voices, violins, trombone, trumpet, will be joined by the Berklee Interdisciplinary Institute, which adds synths, two pianos, saxophone, and guitar. A truly special ensemble! Free admission.

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US Premiere: "Complex Identities" by Rohan Chander
Nov
17
8:00 PM20:00

US Premiere: "Complex Identities" by Rohan Chander

NYU Composers Collective is hosting a concert that features the world premiere of Rohan Chander’s “Complex Identities”: What’s Left Unanswered and a US Premiere of “I.” for Piano Trio.

Lucy Yao (Piano)

Isabella Constanza (Violin)

Frederick Renaud (Cello)

NYU 303 at 8pm.

Free admission!

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Brown University: Bach to the Future VI
Nov
9
to Nov 10

Brown University: Bach to the Future VI

  • Manning Chapel, Providence Providence, RI USA (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Bach to the Future Marathon concert featuring the works of the master himself, J.S.

Including interpretations w/ electronics, partitas, and improvisation by musicians from Rhode Island and Boston!

Community Works presents the 6th annual all-night marathon of J.S. Bach performance as classical and non-traditional/experimental musicians from Providence and beyond, including our MusicWorks Collective musicians, pass the baton of Bach from dusk 'til dawn.

Line-up


7pm-7am
Manning Chapel at Brown University 
Admission is free

All night coffee generously donated by The Coffee Exchange
Bring your blanket & pillow and come and go as you please!

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+++ Schedule is subject to change +++

7:00pm Welcome
7:15 Enigmatica 
7:30 Heath Marlow *
7:45 Dr. Hilltop 
8:00 Megan Koch 
8:15 Laurie Amat 
8:30 Lucy Yao 
8:40 What Cheer? Brigade
8:50 CMW Phase II *
8:55 Joe DeGeorge 1 
9:05 Zoe Cute *
9:10 Holly Dyer * & Malcolm Dyer
9:20 Desmond Bratton 
9:40 Wendy Eisenberg 
10:00 Ealain McMullin *
10:05 Jesse Holstein/Miguel Vasquez/Sarah Kim *
10:25 Bromp Treb 
10:45 David Rubin/Holly Dyer/Luke Fatora/Zach Hazen *
10:55 Jeanne Mansfield Leclair
11:10 Jeff Louie 
11:25 tumblecatppp 
11:45 Adrienne Taylor*/ Ashley Frith*/ Luke Fatora*/ Roseminna Watson 
12:00am Kelly Reed 
12:05am Grace Ward/Jacob Hiser/Jacob Shulman/Jeff Cox/Jolee Gordon 
12:20 Luke Fatora* & Zan Berry*
12:30 Ed Williams 
12:50 Roseminna Watson
12:55 Luke Fatora *
1:00 Cool and Frank 
1:20 Tessa Sacramone *
1:25 Visibilities 
1:50 Bachacophony 
2:05 Ashley Frith *
2:25 Anne Athema 
2:40 Lefthand Man (Laura Brown-Lavoie) 
2:55 Johann Sebastian Vox (Armand Aromin & Zan Berry *)
3:15 J.P.A. Falzone 
3:40 Matt McLaren 
3:50 Joe DeGeorge 2 
4:00 Ai Isshiki & Hank Mason 
4:20 Marcel Zaes 
4:40 David Rubin *
5:15 Rachel Rosenkrantz 
5:30 Alex Dupuis 
5:45 Sebastian Ruth *
6:00 COOCHY COOCHY 
6:15 Jacob Berendes 
6:30 House Red 
6:45 Laura Gulley

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BOSTON: Contemporary works by African voices
Oct
30
8:00 PM20:00

BOSTON: Contemporary works by African voices

Boston Conservatory Contemporary Classical Music Ensemble: contraBAND presents African Voices in Contemporary Music.

AYO OGUNRANTI: “African Rhythms”
JOSHUA UZOIGWE: “Talking Drums: Ukom”
KEVIN VOLANS: “Walking Song”
UZOIGWE: “Talking Drums: Illulu”
VIMBAYI KAZIBONI: “Two Folk Songs from Zimbabwe”
UZOIGWE: “Talking Drums: Egwu Amala”
HAMZA EL DIN: “Escalay”

Vimbayi Kaziboni, conductor

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Emerald Necklace Conservancy: silence | visible
Oct
27
5:00 PM17:00

Emerald Necklace Conservancy: silence | visible


silence | visible is a 7 minute work composed and directed by Lucy Yao for quartet with flutes and voices specifically written in response to Fujiko Malaya’s fog sculptures. The piece aims to collaborate with Fog and its amorphous qualities and engage in a dialogue with nature’s fluctuating variables. Fog, which blurs boundaries between the beginning and end, inspired silence | visible to explore the cycles of life that are present in nature, and a wish to relinquish control to the uncertainty of the “how”, and “when”, and more on events as they are happening at that moment. At any given day, nature can give shape to the fog depending on variables that are completely controlled by climate. In this live performance, layers of sound form around the sculpture in an on-site specific work by pianist and composer Lucy Yao.

This project is performed as a response to Fujiko Nakaya’s FOGxFlo at the Franklin Park Ruins. Listeners are welcome to walk into the dense mass of sound and fog to experience the work. silence | visible is made possible by the Berklee Interdisciplinary Institute and the Emerald Necklace Conservancy. 
And of course, it would not be possible without the help and collaboration with performers Rose Hegele, Morgan Gates, Antonina January, and Caroline Shaffer!

There will be two performances of this multi-disciplinary work on Sunday October 28 afternoon at 5:00 and 5:15 PM at Fog x Island, Olmsted Park. Fog x Island is one of the five fog installation sites and can be found at 56 Pond Avenue, Brookline 02445. Further directions can be found here: https://www.emeraldnecklace.org/20th/visit/

Information on the project can be found here (the time needs to be updated on the site): https://www.emeraldnecklace.org/event/silence-visible/

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BLACKSTAR Bowie Orchestra// VT
Oct
12
7:30 PM19:30

BLACKSTAR Bowie Orchestra// VT

"The truth is, of course, is that there is no journey. We are arriving and departing all at the same time."  —David Bowie

Evan Ziporyn, conductor
Maya Beiser, cello
Featuring the Boston Conservatory at Berklee Contemporary Music Players

https://www.facebook.com/events/290025484869953/

Friday, October 12, 2018, 7:30 PM

At the Moss Arts Center, 190 Alumni Mall, Blacksburg, VA 24061
In the Street and Davis Performance Hall, Anne and Ellen Fife Theatre

ticket info here! : https://bit.ly/2Lu0Lgw

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Synesthesia: Saariaho, Caroline Shaw, Crumb, Scelsi, Kitzke
Sep
28
8:00 PM20:00

Synesthesia: Saariaho, Caroline Shaw, Crumb, Scelsi, Kitzke

Program presented by the Boston Conservatory at Berklee.

Limestone and Felt - Caroline Shaw 
Bri Tagliaferro, cello
Dan Reifsteck, marimba

Cendres - Kaija Saariaho
Caroline Shaffer, flute
Ben Baker, cello
Lucy Yao, piano

Black Angels - George Crumb
String Quartet 
Alec Norkey, violin
Brian Stuligross, violin
Roselyn Hobbs, viola
Bri Tagliaferro, cello

Intermission

Et maintenant c’est vous de jouer - Giacinto Scelsi
Ben Baker, cello
Gillian Dana, bass

Redness of Blood - Jerome Kitzke
Shannon Leigh, clarinets
Chris Gunnel, percussion
Nick Stevens, percussion
Kevin Madison, piano

FREE ADMISSION

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Lucy Yao, solo piano w/ electronics
Aug
15
7:30 PM19:30

Lucy Yao, solo piano w/ electronics

in Collaboration with EARUNIT

https://www.facebook.com/events/2000890690221507/

Tickets here! https://billetto.dk/en/e/lucy-yao-pianist-tickets-301338

Program starts at 19.30 in Denmark, 1:30 PM EST

Livestreamed at  https://www.facebook.com/lyao3


Aaron Hynds
Robot; Ready for piano and electronics

Lil Lacy
Mycelium
Movement I
Movement II

Claude Debussy
Images, Premiere série
Reflets dans l’eau

Ejnar Kanding
Piano Pieces
1. Forest Lake
2. Night Fire
3. Impression
4. Expression
5. Still Waters

James Mobberley
Phenomena for fixed media and piano (2007) Ripples
Primus Inter Pares

Pierre Boulez
Douze Notations

Billetpris: 50 kr (kan købes i døren kontant eller via mobilepay: 20761179), medlemmer af koncertforeningen EARUNIT har gratis adgang. Billetprisen er inkl et glas vin.

Lucy Yao is a pianist, multidisciplinary artist, teacher, and chamber musician. She draws from a rich repertoire ranging from 17th century solo piano works to interdisciplinary projects and music with electronics. Her performances have led her from the Chopin Festival in Naleczow, Poland, a renovated cathedral-music venue in Copenhagen, to the Contemporary Opera Ensemble at the Manhattan School of Music, and beyond the usual scale of a concert pianist. As a passionate activist, she has organized benefit concerts for the ACLU and American Lung Cancer Foundation at her alma mater, Western Michigan University, as well as in Denmark. She is the founder of a contemporary collective based in NYC, which gives voice to forgotten women in history. Recently, her primary influences are Rachmaninoff, Shakespeare, Aristotle, Greta Gerwig, Cy Twombly, Yayoi Kusama, Murakami, and Studio Ghibli films. She has held collaborative pianist positions at the Interlochen Academy of the Arts, the University of Michigan, and the Manhattan School of Music. Lucy has degrees from the Manhattan School of Music and Western Michigan University. 
Current projects and performances can be found on her website: https://lucy-yao.com

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May
20
3:00 PM15:00

Areté presents: vln_piano + Kirsten Milenko

Experience and be challenged by forces juxtaposing each other in a program for very *new* piano, electronics, with the classical piano repertoire! 

Boulez Douze Notations

Bach Prelude and Fugue WTC Book II B-flat minor

James Mobberley Phenomena (2007) for piano and fixed media

Arvo Pärt Fratres (1977) for Violin and Piano with MADELINE HOCKING

Beethoven Sonata Op. 109 in E major 

Night Glow ** (2018) Kirsten Milenko for bowed piano

Chopin Barcarolle Op. 60

**WORLD PREMIERE

Tix: $15 at door 

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Mar
31
2:30 PM14:30

Lucy Yao wsg Strangers in a Room

Combining styles and genres that are music that could not be further apart, classically trained pianist Lucy Yao brings a program varying from 18-th century chromatic fugues to the distortion of 15 pianos being recorded simultaneously playing back, to the architecture of spider webs, back to the venetian-inspired barcarolle. The program will feature the New York-based interdisciplinary collective, "Strangers in a Room" with dancers Moscelyne Parkeharrison and Barry Gans in a world premiere of "Threshold" (2018) for music and dance by Trey Makler. 

His music draws from a broad spectrum of techniques, influences, and experiences to craft deeply moving and expressive pieces ranging from tonal to experimental. This eclecticism allows Makler a flexible approach to creating, with his process constantly changing from piece to piece. He especially enjoys collaborating closely with musicians and artists from all disciplines in an effort to break from the traditional solitude that comes with being a composer.

Manhattan School of Music in Bossi-Comelli Studio

Admittance: Free

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Dec
12
to Dec 13

Ravel in the Rain Benefit Concert!

The Danish Academy of Music and Manhattan School of Music bring to you a pre-concert lecture, a concert experience of the Hocking Trio, and a jam session! In the KoncertKirken, a former church converted into a concert venue, the Trio will play contemporary, romantic, and the masterpiece: Ravel Trio in A minor. 

Program to include pieces for solo piano, violin/piano, Piano Trio, Piano Trio w/ electronics, free improvisation w/ electronics. 

Debussy Reflets dans l'eau

Brahms Violin Sonata D minor

James Mobberley Phenomena

    -Web: Chromatic Spirals

    -Peace Study

    -Primus Inter Pares

Ravel Trio

Chopin Barcarolle

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Nov
28
8:00 PM20:00

Cancer Research Benefit Recital ft. TRIO

vln: Madeline Hocking

clo: Giacomo Oudin

pno: Lucy Yao

We are hosting our first recital as the "Hocking Trio" and welcome all. This concert is important to us because we hope to raise funds to show our gratitude towards the University of Michigan's dedication to researching genetically transferrable strains of Lung Cancer in Asian women. The program will include Ravel Trio, with solo works played by the members of the trio. Donations are encouraged.

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Nov
11
8:00 PM20:00

Copenhagen International Piano Festival

Enjoy a six-hand chamber performance of Schnittke as part of the first Copenhagen International Piano Festival at the Royal Danish Academy of Music. Free.

WHERE: Royal Danish Academy of Music ; Rosenørns Allé 22, 1970 Frederiksberg. 

Schnittke: Hommage a Stravinsky, Prokofiev and Shostakovich

Hands: Nadia Okrusko, Kendzi Tanaka, Lucy Yao

FULL SCHEDULE & INFO: https://www.dkdm.dk/cipf

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