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This year’s program will look back at the past 15 years of commissions and premieres, while also bringing to life new works by composers we will continue to celebrate for years to come. Hannah Kendall: Tuxedo: Between Carnival... Read More
Join us for a free event at The DiMenna Center for Classical Music on March 22, 2024, for I Will Transform: A Trans Day of Visibility Concert, a powerful evening presented by NYCGMC. This profound performance not only... Read More
Join us for an evening of music and community as we usher in Spring with a very special concert featuring Jay Gandhi and Ehren Hanson. The event will start with a vocal performance by Indian Classical vocalist, Monica... Read More
Since the start of Russia’s current war against Ukraine, Ukrainian music has taken on new purposes. Each of the works on this program has a function, but their utility goes beyond conventional music for purpose–entertainment, education, …–and serves... Read More
Pianist and composer Ramin Amir Arjomand presents an evening-length solo improvisation. Ramin Amir Arjomand's work is born of a complex interplay of cross-cultural creative impulses. His long-form improvisations achieve extremes of sound intensity, pushing the limits of spontaneous thinking while... READ MORE
The North/South Chamber Orchestra under the direction of Max Lifchitz perform four recent works by composers from Argentina and the US. Featured will be music by Silvina Milstein, Eugene O'Brien, Miguel Rosas-Cobian and William Schimmel. Accordionist Denise Koncelik will appear... READ MORE
Chinese-American pianist Chu-Fang Huang is the recipient of the 2011 Avery Fisher Career Grant, a finalist in the 12th Van Cliburn International Piano Competition, and First Prize winner at the Cleveland International Piano Competition. At the latter, she was also... READ MORE
Winner of Lincoln Center’s Avery Fisher Career Grant, pianist and conductor Benjamin Hochman gives a unique program weaving together renaissance and contemporary musical essences, including works and arrangements by Josquin des Prez, Carlo Gesualdo, John Dowland, Galina Ustvolskaya, Oliver Knussen,... READ MORE
Finalists: Junior I Division (Age 8~12): Qianxi Hu, Doris Tian, Vincent Xu, Qiao Yu Junior II Division (Age 13~17): Tom Liu, Yoyo Qu, Yenfei Wang Jury Panel: Gary Graffman, Ernest Barretta, Yaron Kohlberg Chair of the Competition Committee: Chu-Fang Huang
Yaron Kohlberg, the President of Piano Cleveland and former winner of its prestigious Cleveland International Piano Competition, brings a dynamic program of Romantic showpieces and modern discoveries, including works by Schubert, Grieg, Mussorgsky, Guang Ren, and Lalo Schifrin.