Events
  • 08 May 2017

    Charles Griffes: The American Impressionist

    Guildhall School of Music & Drama

    London, United Kingdom

    Devised by Alexandria Wreggelsworth (Guildhall School), this concert, tells the story of New York born composer, Charles Griffes (1884-1920). His life was truly international, studying for a short time in Germany with Humperdinck, yet also absorbing the current trends in French Impressionism, as well as influences from the Far East; Japan and China. Griffes died just aged 35 in the Influenza pandemic, yet left behind a large body of works, as well as intricate personal diaries which chronicle not just his artistic life, but his homosexuality.
  • 14 May 2017

    Fontys at De Kring: American Composers

    De Kring Roosendaal

    Roosendaal, Netherlands

    Program of American vocal music, including a new orchestration of Juliana Hall's song cycle Night Dances, performed by musicians from the Fontys Conservatorium in Tilburg, Netherlands.
  • 15 May 2017

    American Voices

    Song in the City

    London, England

    Songs composed by contemporary American composers including Andre Previn, Juliana Hall, Tom Cipullo, and Jules Pegram, performed by artists from the Guildhall School of Music & Drama.
  • 20 May 2017

    Two Generations

    ÆPEX Contemporary Performance

    Ann Arbor, MI

    "Two Generations" features the celebrated duo of soprano Amy Petrongelli and pianist Blair Salter, along with an ensemble led by ÆPEX's Music Director, conductor Kevin Fitzgerald. Program includes Juliana Hall's song cycle "Night Dances"
  • 21 May 2017

    New Voices: World Premieres and New Works

    The Old Stone House, 336 3rd St.

    Brooklyn, NY

    Brooklyn Art Song Society' s Season Finale includes works by Tom Cipullo, Michael Djupstrom, James Kallembach, Glen Roven and Scott Wheeler; featuring Elisabeth Marshall, soprano, Laura Strickling, soprano, and Steven Eddy, baritone.
  • 28 May 2017

    Song Recital

    Royal Conservatoire of Scotland

    Glasgow, Scotland

    American soprano Beth Wells performs a program of American art songs by Dominick Argento, Ernest Charles, Juliana Hall, Richard Hundley and Gary Schocker.