Find out what five composers from UNCC (John Allemeier), Queens University (Zach Zubow) , Central Piedmont Community College (Craig Bove) and Winthrop University (Ron Parks, Mark Lewis) are writing about – exciting and hot off the press , music for string trio, harp, marimba and percussion.
Rowe Recital Hall, 9201 University City Blvd Charlotte, NC 28223United States
And…once again on:
January 31, 2016 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm Queen’s University at Dana Auditorium,
1900 Sekwyn AvenueCharlotte, NC 28207United States
A belated thank you to the Charlotte Symphony Orchestra for premiering my orchestra piece “Twenty Years Gone” on October 28th 2015 at Halton Theater. Many thanks for a fine performance conducted by Norman Huyhn.
Alternative Impulse Arts Series at Winthrop University will present a program entitled New Modern: Music Inspired by the Bechtler Collection on February 1, 2015. The music featured includes works written by CPCC’s Craig Bove (Risen), Winthrop University composers Ron Park and Mark Lewis, and UNCC’s John Allemeier.
The Bechtler Music and Museum program presents New Modern: Music Inspired by the Bechtler Collection January 25. The Bechtler Ensemble performs new compositions by local composers Craig Bove premiering a string sextet entitled Risen, with other works by John Allemeier, Ron Parks and Mark Lewis.
Doors open at 5:30 p.m. for general seating in the fourth-floor gallery. The concert starts at 6 p.m. A cash bar is available before the evening concert.
I’m please once again to be a part of the Charlotte New Music Festival as faculty composer (and have been for three years now). Working with graduate composers is always an interesting and engaging experience. Also working with such talented and dedicated performers as the Freya String Quartet and (as always) Anatoly Larkin is a fulfilling experience. Many thanks to all involved for this participation.
Alan Yamamoto presided over and conducted a concert of new works that is part of the Music and Museum series at the Bechtler Museum on October 27th. Ron Parks from Winthrop and John Allemeier from UNC, and I shared the program with some guy named Mahler. Working in concert with maestro Yamamoto were the Bechtler Ensemble and the Out of Bounds Ensemble for new music who both played a role in in making this concert a reality. A program of new classical works by living composers is a rare sighting in Charlotte. Perhaps this combined effort will begin to change that…