Press Room - 2019 Press Releases

November 17: New York Youth Symphony opens season at Carnegie Hall - 13-year-old pianist Harmony Zhu plus Joan Tower and Marco-Adrián Ramos >

November 16: Neave Trio performs music by Women Composers presented by Chandler Center for the Arts >

November 14: Theo Bleckmann performs "Hello Earth! – The Music of Kate Bush" presented by Bang on a Can and the Jewish Museum >

November 13: American Composers Orchestra opens season at Carnegie Hall with mezzo-soprano Jamie Barton and guitarist JIJI >

November 10: Neave Trio performs music by Amy Beach and Rebecca Clarke at SubCulture - Album Release Concert for "Her Voice" >

November 9: Grammy-winning guitarist Jason Vieaux makes debut as soloist with Kentucky Symphony Orchestra >

November 8 & 9: Grammy-winning conductor Michael Christie leads Sacramento Philharmonic & Opera in All-Mozart Program >

November 8: Jupiter Quartet performs Beethoven and Janáček presented by Collins Center for the Arts >

November 3: Telegraph Quartet performs composer Robert Sirota's "Wave Upon Wave" at the Morris Museum >

November 2: Yevgeny Kutik performs both Prokofiev Violin Concertos with New Bedford Symphony Orchestra >

November 1: Dither releases new album of Electric Guitar Quartets - Potential Differences - on New Focus Recordings >

October 27: Announcing The Dither Extravaganza! 2019 - A raucous festival of creative music and art >

October 26: Grammy-winning Guitarist Jason Vieaux presented by San Francisco Performances >

October 26: Neave Trio performs music by Debussy, Beethoven, Chaminade, and Piazzolla presented by the Newport Music Festival >

October 25: Luka Šulić of duo 2CELLOS releases first solo album for Sony Classical - Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons >

October 25: Sony Classical Releases Two Box Sets - Zubin Mehta and Raymond Lewenthal Complete Collections >

October 23: Telegraph Quartet performs music by Haydn, Berg, and Britten at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music >

October 19 & 20: Conductor Donato Cabrera returns to Reno to lead Reno Chamber Orchestra >

October 19: Strange Scenes presents music by Wolfgang Rihm - U.S. Premiere of ET LUX - Mivos Quartet and Ekmeles Vocal Ensemble

October 18 & 19: Violinist Yevgeny Kutik makes debut with El Paso Symphony Orchestra performing Tchaikovsky’s Violin Concerto >

October 18: Leonidas Kavakos releases album in celebration of Beethoven's 250th birthday - first album for Sony Classical >

October 14 & 15: Telegraph Quartet presented by Friends of Chamber Music of Portland >

October 13 & November 8: Sarah Cahill performs Lou Harrison’s Concerto for Piano with Javanese Gamelan >

October 13: Jupiter Quartet performs music by Beethoven and Janáček presented by Southern Illinois Chamber Music Society >

October 13: Composer Robert Sirota celebrates Sirota@70 at Merkin Hall >

October 11: Jonas Kaufmann's new album Wein released on Sony Classical >

October 11: Neave Trio presents a World Premiere by Bruce Lazarus plus music by Farrenc and Schumann >

October 9-16: Announcing Three Album Release Concerts by Pauline Kim Harris for Heroine (Sono Luminus) - NYC, Bay Area, Los Angeles >

October 6: Composer Robert Sirota's "Birds of Paradise" and "Blackbird Singing" presented by Cooperstown Summer Music Festival >

October 5: Bang on a Can presents Asphalt Orchestra & Orchestra of Original Instruments at Downtown Brooklyn Arts Festival >

October 4: Sony Classical Releases Lucas Debargue's new recording of Scarlatti's 52 Sonatas on 4 CDs >

October 1: Applications Due for New York Youth Symphony’s Musical Theater Composition Program >

September 29: Jupiter String Quartet presented by Black Hills Chamber Music Society >

September 27 & 28: World Premiere of Lisa Bielawa’s "Centuries in the Hours" performed by mezzo-soprano Laurie Rubin with the River Oaks Chamber Orchestra >

September 27: Carolina Eyck releases new album Elegies for Theremin & Voice - US tour to Boston, New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Albany, more >

September 27: Sono Luminus Releases Pauline Kim Harris's new album Heroine - a melding of ambient and classical >

September 26: Announcing Grammy-winning Conductor Michael Christie’s 2019-2020 Season

September 25: American Composers Orchestra Announces 2019-2020 Season >

September 24: Grammy-winning Guitarist Jason Vieaux and Violinist Adam Barnett-Hart presented by Tuesday Musical >

September 22: The Telegraph Quartet performs presented by Chico Performances, California State University >

September 21-29: Grammy-winning conductor Michael Christie debuts with Lyric Opera of Kansas City > 

September 17: Jupiter Quartet with pianist Jon Nakamatsu presented by Krannert Center >

September 16 & 17: Neave Trio performs music by Haydn, Piazzolla, Chaminade, and Higdon in Norfolk and Williamsburg >

September 15: Violinist Kristin Lee returns to the Highlands Concert Series >

September 13: Igor Levit releases Complete Beethoven Piano Sonatas on Sony Classical - Moonlight Sonata Video Out Now >

 

September 13: Sony Classical Releases Rudolf Firkušný’s Complete RCA and Columbia Album Collection >

September 7: Violinist Yevgeny Kutik makes Ravinia Festival debut > 

September 7: Grammy-winning guitarist Jason Vieaux returns to ELLNORA Guitar Festival >

September 6: Bang on a Can presents Balún at The Noguchi Museum >

September 5: Neave Trio releases "Her Voice" on Chandos Records (Sept 27 UK / Oct 4 US) >

September 4: OneBeat Announces Tour Concerts in Atlanta, Knoxville, Orlando, Gainesville - 25 Musicians from 17 Countries Produced by Bang on a Can’s Found Sound Nation >

August 27: Announcing Conductor Donato Cabrera 2019-2020 Concert Season >

August 23: Pianist Ivo Pogorelich releases new Beethoven and Rachmaninoff album on Sony Classical - first track available today >

 

August 23: Sony Classical Releases The Great Comeback - Horowitz at Carnegie Hall - 15-CD edition >

August 21-25: Grammy-winning guitarist Jason Vieaux makes debut at Music from Angel Fire >

August 21: Composer Robert Sirota's "Diners" for Saxophone Quartet - world premiere recording out now >

August 18: Neave Trio performs music by Astor Piazzolla with Carla Jablonski, mezzo-soprano - Friends of Music of Stamford, NY >

August 16: Pianist Sarah Cahill and Friction Quartet give two World Premieres presented by Old First Concerts >

 

August 11: Bang on a Can presents Laraaji at The Noguchi Museum >

August 6: Telegraph Quartet performs Haydn, Britten, and Beethoven presented by Summer Music from Greensboro >

August 5 & 6: Jupiter String Quartet with pianist Jon Nakamatsu perform at Cape Cod Chamber Music Festival >

August 2-4: Announcing Hourly Schedule for Bang on a Can's LOUD Weekend Music Festival at MASS MoCA >

 

August 2-4: Pianist Sarah Cahill presents "The Future is Female" and music by Terry Riley at the Carlsbad Music Festival >

August 2-4: Daily Schedule Announced for Bang on a Can's new festival LOUD Weekend at MASS MoCA >

 

August 2-4: Bang on a Can and MASS MoCA Launch LOUD Weekend - a New Music Festival >

July 29: New York Youth Symphony Announces its 57th Season - Concerts at Carnegie Hall, Jazz at Lincoln Center, National Sawdust, Joe’s Pub, and TheTimesCenter > 

July 28: Jupiter String Quartet returns to Maverick Concerts performing with pianist Michael Brown >

July 26 & 27: Neave Trio makes Lincoln Center debut at the Mostly Mozart Festival >

July 23: Announcing Premiere and 2019-20 Tour Dates for THE DAY - Maya Beiser + Wendy Whelan + Lucinda Childs + David Lang >

July 22 & 24: Grammy-winning guitarist Jason Vieaux performs at Eastern Music Festival >

July 19 & 26: Grammy-winning guitarist Jason Vieaux makes Carmel Bach Festival debut >

July 19: Grammy-winning guitarist Jason Vieaux releases new album - Dance - with Escher Quartet on Azica Records >

July 17: Yolanda Kondonassis performs Ginastera’s Harp Concerto with Grant Park Orchestra >

July 14 & 18: Pianist Sarah Cahill presents "The Future is Female" at San Francisco Botanical Garden >

July 14: Neave Trio performs music by women composers at Smithsonian American Art Museum >

July 14: Bang on a Can Presents 75 Dollar Bill at The Noguchi Museum >

July 11: Bang on a Can and the Jewish Museum present Young People’s Chorus of New York City >

July 9, 11, & 12: Jupiter Quartet performs in Rockport and Machias presented by Bay Chamber Concerts >

July 7: Grammy-winning guitarist Jason Vieaux performs a solo recital at the Museum of Fine Art >

July 5: Sony releases Summer Night Concert 2019 featuring the Vienna Philharmonic with Gustavo Dudamel and Yuja Wang >

July 5: Grammy-winning Guitarist Jason Vieaux performs a solo recital at Domaine Forget >

June 28-July 21: Grammy-winning conductor Michael Christie makes debut with Des Moines Metro Opera leading Puccini’s La Bohème >

 

June 21: New Music Bay Area & Chapel of the Chimes present the Garden of Memory Summer Solstice Concert >

June 18: World Premiere of Lisa Bielawa’s Fictional Migrations performed by The Knights on Naumburg Orchestral Concerts Season Opener >

June 15: Neave Trio performs music by Women Composers presented by Underground Classical >

June 12: Mika Stoltzman, Richard Stoltzman, Eddie Gomez, Steve Gadd in New York Premieres by Chick Corea, Clarice Assad, Gordon Stout, etc >

June 11: Sony Music Masterworks Announces June and July 2019 US Classical Releases >

June 8: Grammy-winning guitarist Jason Vieaux performs a solo recital presented by the Cleveland International Classical Guitar Festival >

June 7 & 9: Jupiter String Quartet presented by ENCORE Chamber Music >

June 7: Mika and Richard Stoltzman release new album Palimpsest on AVIE Records - concerts at Carnegie Hall and in Boston >

May 31: Mika and Richard Stoltzman perform world premieres by Chick Corea, Clarice Assad, Gordon Stout & Delvyn Case at First Church Boston >

May 30: Baryshnikov Arts Center presents Alexei Lubimov + Calidore String Quartet in music by Haydn, Sergei Zagny, Pavel Karmanov >

May 24: Sono Luminus Releases South of the Circle - new album from Iceland's Siggi String Quartet >

 

May 23 & 24: American Composers Orchestra presents the Underwood New Music Readings >

May 23: Bang on a Can and the Jewish Museum present Meredith Monk and Vocal Ensemble >

May 20: Bang on a Can Announces Summer Programming - inaugural LOUD Weekend, plus concerts at The Noguchi Museum and the Jewish Museum >

May 19: Neave Trio performs music by Women Composers at the Chapel in Norwich >

May 18: Yevgeny Kutik performs Tchaikovsky’s Violin Concerto with Springfield Symphony Orchestra >

May 17: Harpist Yolanda Kondonassis' new album featuring Jennifer Higdon’s Harp Concerto released on Azica Records >

May 17: Pianists Sarah Cahill and Regina Myers perform social justice-themed program at Old First Church >

May 16 & 17: Grammy-winning guitarist Jason Vieaux makes debut with Knoxville Symphony Orchestra >

May 12-21: Jupiter String Quartet performs in four concerts at inaugural Chamber Music Athens >

May 11-19: Grammy-winning conductor Michael Christie debuts with Michigan Opera Theatre >

May 10: Cantaloupe Music and innova Recordings release Jeffrey Brooks' The Passion featuring Bang on a Can All-Stars and Contemporaneous >

May 10: Jupiter Quartet releases new album "Alchemy" with pianist Bernadette Harvey on Marquis Classics >

May 7: American Contemporary Music Ensemble (ACME) performs "Nordic Noir" at (Le) Poisson Rouge >

May 4, 5, 18, 19: Telegraph Quartet presented in four East Bay Area performances >
 

May 2: Grammy-winning guitarist Jason Vieaux is soloist on Naxos world premiere recording of Jonathan Leshnoff's Guitar Concerto >

April 29 & 30: Jupiter Quartet presented by Virginia Arts Festival in two concerts >

April 28: Neave Trio presents "Women’s Voices" at First Church in Cambridge >

April 26: Violinist Anne Akiko Meyers and Guitarist Jason Vieaux presented by Amelia Island Chamber Music Festival >

April 26: Sono Luminus Releases Violinist Janet Sung's Edge of Youth Album >

April 23: Violinist Yevgeny Kutik Makes Kennedy Center Debut >

April 16: Composer-Vocalist Lisa Bielawa makes orchestral conducting debut at The Philip Glass Institute >

April 15: Julia Wolfe’s Pulitzer Prize-Winning Work Anthracite Fields performed at SOLUNA festival in Dallas >

April 14: Neave Trio performs the Music of Astor Piazzolla with Carla Jablonski, mezzo-soprano - Shandelee Music Festival & Bethel Woods >

April 14: Telegraph Quartet presented by the Hayden’s Ferry Chamber Music Series >

April 14: Violinist Anne Akiko Meyers and Guitarist Jason Vieaux presented by Parlance Chamber Concerts >

April 13: Grammy-winning conductor Michael Christie leads Verdi’s Rigoletto with Sacramento Philharmonic & Opera >

April 13: Violinist Yevgeny Kutik returns as soloist with La Crosse Symphony Orchestra >

April 12: Grammy-winning guitarist Jason Vieaux presented by the UNLV Performing Arts Center >

April 12: Baryshnikov Arts Center Presents St. Luke’s Chamber Ensemble + Adam Rosenblatt >

April 12: Bang on a Can All-Stars make debut in Denver with Big Space concert - University of Denver >

April 11: Harp-Guitar Duo Yolanda Kondonassis and Jason Vieaux perform at Mesa Arts Center >

April 11: American Composers Orchestra gives NY Premiere at Carnegie Hall of Where We Lost Our Shadows by Composer Du Yun and Artist Khaled Jarrar >

April 10 & 23: Jupiter Quartet performs at the Beckman Institute and Krannert Center >

April 7: Harpist Yolanda Kondonassis and Guitarist Jason Vieaux Presented by Community Performance Series at SUNY Potsdam >

April 5: Violinist Yevgeny Kutik performs Vivaldi’s Four Seasons with Northeastern Pennsylvania Philharmonic >

 

April 4, 6, & 7: Grammy-winning Conductor Michael Christie Leads New West Symphony >

March 30: Violinist Anne Akiko Meyers and Guitarist Jason Vieaux presented by the Green Music Center >

 

March 29: Neave Trio Celebrates Women’s History Month with Music by Women Composers at UVA >

March 28: Escher Quartet premieres Andrew Norman's first string quartet in Akron, London, West Palm Beach, New York, Aspen >

March 26: Grammy-winning conductor Michael Christie announces first season as Music Director with New West Symphony >

March 23: Inbal Segev Performs Solo Cello Works by 21st Century Women Composers on Seattle Symphony’s Contemporary Music Marathon >

March 22 & 25: Pianist Sarah Cahill brings The Future is Female to Detroit Institute of Arts and Bowling Green State University >

March 22: Hollywood Film Composer Danny Elfman Releases First Violin Concerto "Eleven Eleven" on Sony Classical >

March 22: Yevgeny Kutik’s Meditations on Family - New Works Inspired by Family and Memory - out on Marquis Classics

March 20: American Composers Orchestra Announces 2019 Gala Honorees >

March 17: World Premiere of Robert Sirota’s Cello Sonata No. 2 presented by Concerts on the Slope >

March 17: Amerigo Trio presented by the Westchester Chamber Music Society >

 

March 17: Telegraph Quartet performs Mozart, Weinberg, and Dvořák presented by The Artist Series of Tallahassee >

March 16: EarShot and Sarasota Orchestra present New Works by Four Emerging Composers >

March 15: Sony Classical releases Khatia Buniatishvili's Schubert album >

March 15: Neave Trio celebrates Women’s History Month with recital at Longy School of Music >

March 14: Grammy-winning guitarist Jason Vieaux performs solo recital presented by Apex Concerts >

March 11 & 12: Telegraph Quartet Performs music by Mozart, Weinberg, and Dvořák in Norfolk and Williamsburg >

March 10: Neave Trio celebrates Women’s History Month at Music on Madison >

March 8: Esa-Pekka Salonen’s Cello Concerto for Yo-Yo Ma Released on Sony Classical >

March 8: Violinist Kristin Lee performs Brahms’ Double Concerto with cellist Thomas Mesa and Hopkins Symphony Orchestra >

March 8: Telegraph Quartet performs Beethoven and Weinberg presented by The Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center >

March 8: Jupiter Quartet performs free recital at Eastman School of Music >

 

March 8: Yevgeny Kutik Launches Meditations on Family - New Works Inspired by Memories and Tradition >

March 6 & 9:  EarShot and Detroit Symphony Orchestra Present New Orchestral Works by Four Emerging Composers >

March 6: Lara Downes' Holes in the Sky Now Available on Portrait - an imprint of Sony Music Masterworks >

March 6: Bang on a Can presents 2019 People’s Commissioning Fund Concert as part of the Ecstatic Music Festival >

March 2 & 3: Grammy-winning guitarist Jason Vieaux is soloist with Elgin Symphony >

March 2: Telegraph Quartet performs Beethoven and Weinberg at San Francisco Conservatory of Music >

March 2: Composer-Vocalist Lisa Bielawa presented in concert by Adelphi University >

March 1: Sony Music Masterworks Announces March 2019 US Classical Releases >

February 28: Lisa Bielawa’s Made-for-TV & Online Opera Vireo Available on CD and DVD from Orange Mountain Music >

February 28: Inbal Segev performs solo cello works by 21st century women at Roulette >

February 28: Bang on a Can and The Jewish Museum present Julia Wolfe's string quartets performed by ETHEL >

February 27: Telegraph Quartet presented by the New Millennium Series >

February 21: American Contemporary Music Ensemble Presented by Portland Ovations >

February 17: Telegraph Quartet Performs Music by Beethoven and Ravel

Presented by Chamber Music at Rancho Flaubert >

February 11: Conductor Michael Christie wins 2019 Grammy Award
Best Opera Recording for The (R)evolution of Steve Jobs >

February 10: Yevgeny Kutik performs Mendelssohn's Violin Concerto with Verde Valley Sinfonietta >

February 8: Stenberg | Cahill Duo presents Refugee Benefit Concert at Zion Lutheran Church >

February 8: Sony Classical Releases Simone Kermes' Mio caro Händel >

February 8: Sony Classical Releases Olga Peretyatko's Mozart+ >

February 8: Neave Trio presents World Premiere by Eric Nathan on All-American program >

February 8: Sony Classical Releases Hauschka's Label Debut Album - A Different Forest >

February 7: Jupiter Quartet performs with Tai Ji Master Chungliang Al Huang presented by Sonic Illinois >

February 3: Neave Trio Performs Music by Women Composers >

February 2 & 3: Violinist Yevgeny Kutik is soloist with Symphony of the Redwoods >

February 2: Pianist Sarah Cahill performs on An Evening with Terry Riley >

February 2: Grammy-winning guitarist Jason Vieaux is soloist with San Luis Obispo Symphony >

January 30: American Composers Orchestra Announces 2019-2020 Concerts at Carnegie Hall

January 30: Sony Music Masterworks Announces February 2019 US Classical Releases >

January 30: Neave Trio performs free concert at Rancho Bernardo Library >

January 29: Juilliard String Quartet - The Complete RCA Recordings - Now Available on Sony Classical >

January 27: Telegraph Quartet presents Mozart Birthday Celebration Concert >

January 26: Grammy-winning guitarist Jason Vieaux is soloist with Symphony in C >

January 25: Neave Trio performs Debussy, Shostakovich, and Piazzolla presented by Chamber Music Corvallis >

January 25: Violinist Kristin Lee performs music by Gershwin, Copland, and Ravel with pianist Kwan Yi >

January 25: Jupiter String Quartet performs at the Winter Chamber Music Festival >

January 22: Neave Trio Performs music by Debussy and Piazzolla presented by Noontime Concerts >


January 20: Neave Trio performs music by Debussy, Shostakovich, and Piazzolla presented by Symphony of the Redwoods >

January 19: Pianist Sarah Cahill presents "The Future is Female" featuring Women Composers >
 

January 19: Neave Trio performs music by Debussy, Shostakovich, and Piazzolla at Central Oregon Community College >

January 15, 18, & 19: Bang on a Can All-Stars perform at Brighton Dome and Kings Place >
 

January 8 & 11: Neave Trio performs on WGBH's Front Row Boston and at Bijou de la Vida Gallery >

January 7: ACME performs triple bill with Clarice Jensen and Carolina Eyck at DROM >

January 7Sony Classical Releases 2019 New Year's Concert with the Vienna Philharmonic and Christian Thielemann

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