ThingNY @ Yippie

Date: December 7, 2007
Time: 8:30 pm

Save the date!
fri. dec. 7 2007 @ yippie museum cafe
9 bleecker st., bowery
8:30pm – $10

November 9, 2007

Lost Dog New Music Ensemble presents “Spell”

Date: November 11, 2007
Time: 3:00 pm

Michael Hersch Variations on a Poem

Paul Yeon Lee Three Images

Gordon Beeferman Sonata Bombastica

Per Nørgård Spell

Tenri Cultural Institute
43-A West 13th Street (near 6th Ave)
Manhattan, NYC

November 9, 2007

Breaking Down the Beat

Date: October 18, 2007
Time: 7:30 pm

Random Access Music and VIM Tribeca present Breaking Down the Beat, an evening of new music in a new atmosphere. The composers of RAM feature works of varying rhythmic derivatives. From minimalism to new complexity, from rock beats to no beats, this program has something for everyone. More info to come…

September 16, 2007

“The Shape of Things” on Salt Spring Island!

Date: June 24, 2007

Following the Canadian premier of The Shape of Things, by Erin Rogers, virtuoso violinist, Tatiana Warszynski, will again perform the solo work on Salt Spring Island. If you live in the Vancouver area, she is definitely a performer worth seeing live… (details to come).

June 19, 2007

Devil’s Dance! The Warszynski Trio plays works by Works by G. Andrix, S. Chatman, S. Godin, R. Hannah, M. Horwood, M. K. Pishny-Floyd, E. Rogers, and J. Sobieraj

Date: June 16, 2007
Time: 8:00 pm

DEVIL’S DANCE

The Warszynski Trio
(Tatiana Warszynski and Joanna Ciapka Sangster, violins; Mikolaj Warszynski, piano)

Saturday, June 16th, 8:00pm – Convocation Hall, University of Alberta

For more information, check out: www.ECCSociety.com

The Warszynski Trio was founded to commission and play Canadian and international works for two violins and piano, or any combination of these three instruments – from solo to trio. Over the years the trio members have commissioned, premièred and/or given performances of works by a host of Canadian and foreign composers. They have presented those works at the Edmonton and Saskatchewan New Music Festivals as well as at frequent recital appearances. Recent commissions include new pieces from Scott Godin (Montréal), George Andrix, Thom Golub, Piotr Grella-Mozejko and Jacek Sobieraj (all from Edmonton). The three musicians will be recording their first CD, devoted to Canadian New Music, in the Summer of 2007.

June 7, 2007