History

Past Forecast Music Concerts Seasons

Forecast Music was founded in Brooklyn, NY in 2001 by four composers looking to find a hands-on way to get their works performed outside of the usual academic or traditional concert arenas. The founding members were Julie Harting, Eric Schwartz, Giancarlo Vulcano, and Gal Ziv. The group became an active part of New York City’s vibrant contemporary music scene from 2002-2009. During that time the group evolved from its origins as a contemporary music band, presenting the works of just its four founding composers, to a wide ranging non-profit contemporary music organization, performing work from composers throughout NYC and around the country in innovative, accessible fashion. An annual call for scores began in 2005, and literally thousands of scores flowed in from across the globe over four years. Forecast Music has always presented a mix of premieres and the all important second, third, and beyond performances for composers, but in 2006 began to annually commission new work from local composers, a thrilling part of the ever expanding new music mission. In 2010 Forecast began the transition from New York City to Winston-Salem, North Carolina. We have had four wonderful seasons here in the Piedmont Triad, focusing primarily on Winston-Salem and Greensboro events, and look forward to continuing our works as the region’s premiere contemporary music ensemble!

2016-2017 Season

FORECAST MUSIC PRESENTS: CAROLINA & BEYOND- AMERICAN MODERN
SUNDAY, APRIL 24, 4:00 P.M.
SECCA- OVERLOOK GALLERY
750 MARGUERITE DR.
WINSTON-SALEM, NC
TIX: $10 ($5 STUDENTS AND SENIORS), AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR
Forecast Music, the Piedmont Triad’s premier contemporary music group, proudly presents works by a variety of local and national contemporary composers, as well as a recently unearthed John Cage classic.  The program will feature works by Marc Satterwhite (KY), Amelia Kaplan (IN), Mark Engebretson (NC), Eric Schwartz (NC), 2015 Forecast Music International Call for Scores winner Thomas Kotcheff (CA), who will be in attendance to introduce his work, as well as “Dance Music for Elfrid Ide”, a long lost John Cage score only rediscovered in 2005. Performers, drawn from the faculties of UNCSA, Wake Forest University, and UNCG, include Carla Copeland-Burns-flute, Michael Burns-bassoon, Jacqui Carrasco-violin, Evan Richey-cello, John Beck-percussion, James Douglass-piano, and new Forecast Music saxophonist Susan Fancher. The Cage work, written for the dance faculty at Mills College, where he worked in the early 40s, will serve as a segue into a free after-event: a performance of choreographer Trisha Brown’s Sololos. This work is being restaged by former principal dancer of Brown’s company and current UNCSA School of Dance faculty member Abigail Yager, and will be performed by UNCSA student dancers. It will begin shortly after the Forecast Performance concludes.forecast east west_sm

2015-2016 Season

August 27 @ 7:30 pm

Hanesbrands Theatre, Milton Rhodes Center for the Arts

Forecast Music and the Carolina Chamber Symphony Players present Nosferatu- A Symphony of Horrors, a live chamber music score by Eric Schwartz accompanying the film. Tix are $23 for adults, $8 for students/children. http://carolinachambersymphony.org/event/nosferatu-with-live-music/

FORECAST MUSIC PRESENTS: CAROLINA & BEYOND- AMERICAN MODERN
SUNDAY, APRIL 24, 4:00 P.M.
SECCA- OVERLOOK GALLERY
750 MARGUERITE DR.
WINSTON-SALEM, NC
TIX: $10 ($5 STUDENTS AND SENIORS), AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR
Forecast Music, the Piedmont Triad’s premier contemporary music group, proudly presents works by a variety of local and national contemporary composers, as well as a recently unearthed John Cage classic.  The program will feature works by Marc Satterwhite (KY), Amelia Kaplan (IN), Mark Engebretson (NC), Eric Schwartz (NC), 2015 Forecast Music International Call for Scores winner Thomas Kotcheff (CA), who will be in attendance to introduce his work, as well as “Dance Music for Elfrid Ide”, a long lost John Cage score only rediscovered in 2005. Performers, drawn from the faculties of UNCSA, Wake Forest University, and UNCG, include Carla Copeland-Burns-flute, Michael Burns-bassoon, Jacqui Carrasco-violin, Evan Richey-cello, John Beck-percussion, James Douglass-piano, and new Forecast Music saxophonist Susan Fancher. The Cage work, written for the dance faculty at Mills College, where he worked in the early 40s, will serve as a segue into a free after-event: a performance of choreographer Trisha Brown’s Sololos. This work is being restaged by former principal dancer of Brown’s company and current UNCSA School of Dance faculty member Abigail Yager, and will be performed by UNCSA student dancers. It will begin shortly after the Forecast Performance concludes.

2014-2015 Season

4/10/15, 7:30 at SECCA in The Overlook Gallery. Forecast Music, the Piedmont Triad’s premier contemporary music group, proudly presents works a mix of works featuring the juxtaposition of Eastern and Western musical influence, as well as a discussion of traditional Eastern musical styles and techniques conducted by Wake Forest University Ethnomusicologist Elizabeth Clendinning! The program will feature works by Lou Harrison, Masayoshi Sugiura, Ryo Noda, John Steinmetz, Lei Liang, Ken Frazelle, and a world premiere by Forecast Music Artistic Director Eric Schwartz. Performers include Forecast regulars Clara O’Brien-mezzo soprano, Taimur Sullivan-sax, Michael Burns-bassoon, Jacqui Carrasco-violin, Evan Richey-cello, John Beck-percussion, and James Douglass-piano.
This project was made possible, in part, with funding by The Arts Council of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County. 
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Please join us on Sunday, Nov. 2 at 3:00, 2014 at Mack and Mack in Downtown Greensboro for a fantastic program of acoustic and electric chamber music, featuring 2014 Call for Scores winner Loren Loiacono‘s wonderful Albatross for clarinet, violin, cello, and piano, as well as works by Harold Meltzer, Gene Koshinski, Eric Schwartz, Nicholas Rich, and Art Kreiger. Performers to include Anthony Taylor- clarinet, Taimur Sullivan- soprano sax, Michael Burns- bassoon, Jacqui Carrasco- violin, Evan Richey- cello, Eric  Willie- percussion, and James Douglass- piano. Tix $10 at the door.

2012-2013 Season

The Triad Composers Project #2!, Oct. 18, 2012, 8:00 P.M. at the Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art (SECCA), 750 Marguerite Drive, Winston-Salem. Forecast Music, the Piedmont Triad’s premier contemporary music group, proudly presents The Triad Composers Project #2: Our second annual program of extraordinary pieces from the brilliant composers of the Piedmont Triad. The program will include pieces by Lawrence Dillon, Alejandro Rutty, John Beck, Eric Schwartz, Mark Engebretson, and Michael Rothkopf, all of whom will be in attendance and will introduce their works, and will feature performances by Jacqui Carrasco, James Douglass, John Beck, Clara O’Brien, Taimur Sullivan, and Michael Burns.  http://secca.org/

Moonstruck: Jan. 31st, 2013, 8:00 P.M., at the Community Arts Cafe, 411 West 4th St., Winston-Salem. Forecast music celebrates the 100th (ok…101st, technically…) anniversary of the seminal Pierrot Lunaire with selections from the Schoenberg masterpiece juxtaposed with new work for that essential legacy ensemble, Pierrot + percussion and additional 21st century multi-media work music for various fragments of the Pierrot Ensemble. It’ll be an extravaganza of epic proportions! Aside from Herr Schoenberg, we will be featuring work from honorable mention call winner Aaron Gervais, and wonderful local artists Ken Frazelle, Mark Engebretson, and Eric Schwartz. Performers include Carla Copeland-Burns, Anthony Taylor, Jacqui Carrasco, Evan Richey, James Douglass, John Beck, and Clara O’Brien.

Carolina and Beyond #2, May 24th, 2013, 8:00 P.M. , at the Community Arts Cafe, 411 West 4th St., Winston-Salem. Forecast Music proudly presents the work of the winner of our 2013 national call for scores, George Heathco of Texas, a fantastic submission from last year’s call by Nicholas Omiccioli of Missouri, and a slate of amazing music home grown in North Carolina, including works by Lance Hulme, Trevor Bumgarner, and Eric Schwartz. Performers include Carla Copeland-Burns, Michael Burns, Jacqui Carrasco, James Douglass, Kelly Burke, and Baron Tymas.

2011-2012 Season

The Triad Composers Project
Thursday, Nov. 3, 2011 – The Garage, Winston-Salem, NC
Mark Engebretson: Two Duos: 1) Floam 2) Whack-a-Mole
Eric Schwartz: The Horror Show
Michael Burns:  E toro nga Hau: The Three Winds
Alejandro Rutty: Witchcraft Recipes #5C
*Lawrence Dillon: Sparkling in the Dark
*Kenneth Frazelle: Violin Bonkers

Performers: Jacqui Carrasco, Taimur Sullivan, Carla Copeland-Burns, James Douglass, Michael Burns, Kris Keeton, Scott O’Toole, and Saxton Rose

*world premiere

Check out the fabulous review from the great folk at CVNC: http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=5156

Nosferatu, Feb. 18, 2012, 8:00 P.M. at the Community Arts Cafe, 411 W. 4th St., Winston-Salem. Eric Schwartz’s music for the silent film classic Nosferatu is a juxtaposition of a variety of elements: the spooky sounds of a horror film score, the edgy, sophisticated unpredictability of contemporary chamber music, and the post-modern wackiness of experimental theater. In an ode to the long-standing tradition of silent film, the score, played by five musicians with additional electronics, is performed as live accompaniment alongside screenings of the film. However, this score acts not simply as audio wallpaper, but as living, breathing, and occasionally screaming commentary on the action on screen, the silent film tradition, and the entire horror genre. Schwartz’s  Nosferatu is as much a multi-media event as it is a film screening, and provides an entirely new perspective on a wonderful old film. This Nosferatu truly is A Symphony of Horrors.

Carolina & Beyond, 
April 27, 2012, 8:00 P,M. Community Arts Cafe, W-S, NC
Leonard Mark Lewis: LED
Lance Hulme: from “Bandaloop Dances”- 1. Homo Ludens 6. Un’ommaggio di Chiarina
Kathleen Pierson: Two Songs- Between These Words; These Days
Kyong Mee Choi*: To Unformed
Eric Schwartz: Scratch
Dan Locklair: Visions in the Haze (A Fantasy for Piano)
Brian Baxter*: Noise Pollution

*Winner of the 2012 Forecast Music National Call for Scores

Performers: Tadeu Coelho, Kris Keeton, Lance Hulme, Clara O’Brien, Jim Douglass, Jacqui Carrasco, Louis Goldstein, and Susan Fancher.

Another great review!:  http://cvnc.org/article.cfm?articleId=5516

2008-2009 Season

The Stravinsky Standard
Saturday, November 1, 2008 – Tenri Cultural Institute, Manhattan, NY
Igor Stravinsky: The Owl and the Pussycat
James Barry: Songs of Issa
Igor Stravinsky: Le cinq doigts
Eric Schwartz: The Incredible, Disappearing Vampire Music
Igor Stravinsky: Three Pieces for Clarinet
Demetrius Spaneaus: 3 Graces for Clarinet
*Patrick Castillo: Introit (realization 1)

Performers: Mike McCurdy, Elaine Kwon, Eric Schwartz, Amberleigh Aller, Christine Perea, Yuri Namkung

Words & Music III: 2008 Call for Scores Winners
Friday, December 4, 2009 – Rene Weiller Concert Hall, Manhattan, NY
***Jeff Meyer: La Beaute
James Barry: Songs of Issa
Jody Redhage: Starlings
*Eric Schwartz: Tra La La
**James Holt: Ham-Sah
***Clifton Callender: chansons innocents
Redhage: This November
Demetrius Spaneas: Moonlight of Lost Dreams
Barry: unfullfilled

Performers: Cameron Russell, Jeff Myers, Isabelle O’Connell, Jacquelyn Familant, Elaine Kwon, Jody Redhage, Amberleigh Aller, William Harvey, Rose Bellini

*world premiere
**Forecast Music commission
*** call for scores winner

2007-2008 Season

In the Boonies: a Cage, in Motion, with Light, and People, on a Thursday
(or an eclectic evening of contemporary music)

Friday, December 7, 2007-Brooklyn Conservatory of Music
Ned McGowan: Workshop
Leonard Mark Lewis: As in Stained Light
John Cage: Three Pieces for Flute Duet
Alan Scott: Currents
**James Barry: Boondoggle
Robert Paterson: Thursday
Eric Schwartz: We the People

Performers: Christine Perea, Jeremy Justeson, Leonard Mark Lewis, Michele Gentile, Julianne Klopotic, Jody Redhage, Elaine Kwon, Amberleigh Aller, Michael McCurdy

From Around the Block: 2007 Call for Scores Winners
Saturday, May 3, 2008- Pianos, Manhattan, NY
***Peter Lane: Taqsim, for clarinet and tape
***Paul Leary: OriginX
***Mark Kilstofte: Sonata, for alto sax and piano
Eric Schwartz: The Short, Sad Story of the Guinea Pig (That Died)

Performers: Iktus Percussion Quartet (Roy Campbell, Chris Graham, Justin Wolf), Christian Rodriguez, Paul Leary, Alexander Mouton, Elaine Kwon

**Forecast Music commission
*** call for scores winner

2006-2007 Season

Brooklyn, NY 1900-2006
Thursday, October,26, 2006 – Galapagos Art Space, Brooklyn, NY
Aaron Copland: Three Songs from Old American Songs
Jennifer Higdon: rapid fire
Wil Smith: Crushed
James Barry/Linnea Paskow: Piecing
**George Brunner: The Last Flash of Light Before the Beginning
*Eric Schwartz: The Horror Show

Performers: Dan Hughes, Laura Barger, Christine Perea, Jody Redhage

New York City and Beyond: 2006 Call for Scores Winners
Thursday, March 22, 2007- Yamaha Piano Salon, Manhattan, NY
**George Brunner: The Last Flash of Light Before the Beginning
***Karim Al-Zand: Four Fables
James Barry: Unfulfilled
Eric Schwartz: The Incredible, Disappearing Vampire Music
Randall Woolf: Adrenaline Revival
***Mike McFerron: Torrid Mix

Performers: Christine Perea, Demtrius Spaneas, Elaine Kwon, Julia MacLaine, Kathleen Supove

*world premiere
**Forecast Music commission
*** call for scores winner

2005-2006 Season

Thursday, November 3, 2005 – South Oxford Space, Brooklyn, NY
Ian Moss: Movement
Robert Morris: Motet on Doo-Dah
*Eric Lyon: Deer Park
*James Barry: Boondoggle
*Eric Schwartz: Shame

Performers: Reizen Ensemble (Patricia Sonego, Christine Perea, Mike McCurdy, Hiromi Abe, Stephanie Griffin, Alistair MacRae, Troy Rinker), Jonathan Shapiro, Harry J. Marenstein

2005 National Call for Scores Concert featuring flutist Christine Perea
Friday, December 2, 2005 – Christ & St. Stephen’s Church, Manhattan, NY
Friday, December 9, 2005- Brooklyn Conservatory of Music, Brooklyn, NY
***Daniel Asia: Plum-DSII
***Peter Lieuwen: Shadows of Winters Passed
***Daniel Kessner: Priere et scherzo
***Arthur Gottschalk: Contrary Variants
***Jason Eckardt: Flux
***Zack Browning: Network Slammer

Performers: Christine Perea, Laura Berger, Alistair MacRae, JoAnne Maffia

Words & Music II
Saturday, April 22, 2006 – The Dorothy Jones Theater at Singers Forum, Manhattan, NY
Libby Larsen: Margaret Songs: three songs from Willa Cather
James Barry: Unfulfilled
Lewis Spratlan: Mayflies
JoAnne Maffia: Run on Sentence
Eric Schwartz: The Conqueror Worm

Performers: Amy Barton, Tad Hardin, Enid Blount, Alistair MacRae, Jeanne Golan, Chrissy Fong, John Savage, Christine Perea, Lisa Bost-Sandberg, Harry Marenstein, William Bailey, Hiromi Abe, Patricia Sonego, James Noyes, Russell Greenberg

*world premiere
*** call for scores winner

2004-2005 Season

Saturday, November 6, 2004 – Galapagos Art Space, Brooklyn, NY
Robert Dick: everyone@universe.existence (text by Marvin Bell)
Schwartz: Diabolus en Musica
James Barry: Shabby Chic

Performers: Christine Perea, Anthea Jackson, Mike McCurdy, Cathy Yang, Carolyn James, Harry Marenstein

Interactive Chamber Music
Saturday, March 19, 2005 – The Brooklyn Conservatory of Music, Brooklyn, NY
*Schwartz: Thunk!…A Ghost Story
Barry: Displace
Stravinsky: Three Pieces for String Quartet
*Randy Woolf: Franz Schubert

Performers: The Sirius String Quartet (Rachel Golub, Meg Okura, Ron Lawrence, Dave Eggar)

Friday, May 20, 2005 – The Knitting Factory, Manhattan, NY
John Cage: Living Room Music
Missy Mazzoli: Between Heaven and Headlights & Orizzonti (films by Alice Lovejoy and Nora Gortcheva)
*Schwartz : The Beantown Masacree
Andrew Shapiro: Songs
*Barry: Mandelay

Performers: Christine Perea, Enid Blount, Ian Antonio

*world premiere

2003-2004 Season

Words and Music
11/4/03 The Knitting Factory, Manhattan, NY
Harting: The Charred Bones of Joan of Arc Speak from the Grave (text by Gregory Ford)
Schwartz: Rock Star
*Ziv: The Tower of Babel
Schwartz: We the People

Performers: Christine Perea, Enid Blount, Angela Harris, Duo-Lin Peng, Laura Barger, Mike McCurdy, Erin Harting, Harry Marenstein, Judith Barnes, Elena McEntire, Aram Tchobanian, Juan Jose Ibarra

2nd Anniversary Concert
2/27/04 Galapagos Art Space, Brooklyn, NY
*Schwartz: Dos Leches Para el Hombre #1
Harting: Sextet
*Schwartz: Dos Leches Para el Hombre #2
*Ziv: Ambient Z
*Schwartz: Dos Leches Para el Hombre #3 (space cadet blooze)
Yoav Gal: Colonnade, from Mosheh, a video opera (visuals by Yoav Gal and Heather Green)

Performers: The Ensemble Pamplemousse with Harry Marenstein (Natcha Diels, Jonathan Rossman, Jordana Elliot, Yaniv Segal, Beth Meyers, Greg Deferment, Heather Green, Argeo Ascani, Michael Lavallebass, Andrew Greenwald), Kevin Gallagher, Oren Fader

2002-2003 Season

8/31/02 Raw Space Studios (AugustArt Festival), Manhattan, NY
Schwartz: Zymurgy (Kings County Remix)
Harting: hoc est corpus meum
Vulcano: 3X3
*Vulcano: The Rehearsal
Harting: Trio for Flute, Cello, and Piano
Ziv: The Prince
Schwartz: Post

Performers: Debbie Buck, Romulo Benavides, Enid Blount, Jackie Martelle, Lawrence Zernig, Yvonne Troxler, Oren Fader, Mike McCurdy

9/10/02 South Oxford Space, Brooklyn, NY
*Schwartz: Sapere Aude
Ziv: Woodwind Quintet
*Schwartz: The Sixth Toe
Harting: Trio for Flute, Cello, and Piano
Vulcano: The Rehearsal

Performers: Christy Vaughan, Richard Paratley, Megan Weiss, Liz Player, Jeff Wilday, Angela Wilmont, Evelyn De Maria, Jacqueline Martelle, Lawrence Zoernig, Yvonne Troxler, Enid Blount

10/8/02 South Oxford Space, Brooklyn, NY
*Schwartz: Diabolus en Musica
*Ziv: The Walk
*Harting: The Charred Bones of Joan of Arc Speak from the Grave (text by Gregory Ford)
*Vulcano: Flood

Performers: Jacqueline Martelle, Enid Blount, Alicia Lagger, Pat Muchmore, Yvonne Troxler, Mike McCurdy, Harry Marenstein

11/16/02 South Oxford Space, Brooklyn, NY
*Vulcano: The end of the world (film by Elizabeth Whitney Bedford)
Harting: hoc est corpus meum
Schwartz: The Spirits of the Dead (text by Edgar Allan Poe)
Gal Ziv: Trio for Clarinet, Viola and Guitar
Vulcano: My Morphine (Wintro)

Performers: Romulo Benavides, Debbie Buck, Nathan Hetherington, Yvonne Troxler, Liz Player, Jovanina Pagano, Oren Fader, Enid Blount, Janine Nichols

12/10/02 South Oxford Space, Brooklyn, NY
Harting: Four Movements for Solo Piano
*Schwartz: A Poison Tree (text by William Blake)
*Ziv: Stay Tuned
Schwartz: Snap, Crackle
Schwartz: Ice
Vulcano: Broadway Boogie-Woogie

Performers: Yvonne Troxler, Adrien Roberts, Jackie Martelle, Lawrence Zoernig, Richard Paratley, Megan Weiss, Liz Player, Jack Chan, Angela Wilmont, Julian Molitz

One Year Anniversary Concert
2/8/03 Galapagos Art Space, Brooklyn, NY
Harting: String Quartet
Vulcano: The end of the world (film by Elizabeth Whitney Bedford)
*Ziv: Iyov (a musical drama)
*Vulcano: Cold Snap Rag
*Schwartz: We the People

Performers: Harry Marenstein, Alicia Lagger, Jesse Schifrin, Kelly Dylla, Simone Uranovsky, Stephanie Bonte, Aram Tchobanian, Enid Blount, Mike McCurdy, Laura Barger

Variations on a Debussy Prelude
3/25/03 South Oxford Space, Brooklyn, NY
Claude Debussy: Des pas sur la neige
*Schwartz: Debussy Variation
Igor Stravinsky (arrangement: Vulcano): Symphonies of Wind Instruments
*Schwartz: When old corruption first begun (text by William Blake)
*Ziv: A piece inspired by Debussy’s “Des pas sur la neige”
Ziv: Time Pieces
*Harting: Echo of Debussy
*Vulcano: Debussy Prelude 6, Book 1

Performers: Yvonne Troxler, Christine Perea, Enid Blount, Aram Tchobanian, Yakov Amar, Simone Uranovsky

Timetable @ Forecast Music
4/15/03 South Oxford Space, Brooklyn, NY
*Vulcano: Calder Piece #1: Seascape, 1947
*Schwartz: Macabre
*Vulcano: Calder Piece #2: Calderberry Bush, 1932
*Harting: Ya Wahaab
*Vulcano: Calder Piece #3: Gong, 1957
*Ziv: The People Running By (text by Franz Kafka)
*Vulcano: Mobile for Eric

Performers: The Timetable Percussion Trio (Joseph Tompkins, Matthew Gold, Matt Ward)

5/20/03 South Oxford Space, Brooklyn, NY
*Ziv: Imprints (choreography by Arielle Javitch and Takemi Kitamura; Software art by Golan Levin)
*Vulcano: 20 Questions (actor: Karen Curious)
*Harting: Solve et Coagula (artwork by Gwen Sprinkle)
*Schwartz: Symbiotic (paintings by Erin Raines)

Performers: Sharmila Daniel, Matt Ward, Enid Blount, Yvonne Troxler, Angela Wilmont, Julian Molitz

2001-2002 Season

1/22/02 South Oxford Space, Brooklyn, NY
Gal Ziv: Trio for Clarinet, Viola and Guitar
*Eric Schwartz: Zymurgy for Electric Guitar and Loops
Julie Harting: Sonata for Solo Piano
Giancarlo Vulcano: NY Resolution
Harting: Ave Maria
Vulcano: Two Salsa Music Arrangements
Schwartz: Rn’Fn’R

Performers: Liz Player, Laurence Fader, Oren Fader, Yvonne Troxler,, Barbara Lee, Enid Blount, The Carpentier Quartet (Francisco Salazar, Romulo Benavides, Sam Marchan, Danielle Guideri)

3/5/02 South Oxford Space, Brooklyn, NY
Harting: hoc est corpus meum
Ziv: Three Hebrew Songs (text by Nathan Alterman)
Schwartz: Three Images for Solo Piano
Vulcano: 5 Bagatelles for Piano
Schwartz: Zymurgy (Kings County Remix)

Performers: Adelaide Federici, Hadas Carmi, Ofra Yitzhaki, Hsin-Jung Tsai

4/5/02 South Oxford Space, Brooklyn, NY
*Vulcano: 3X3
Schwartz: The Blackbirds are Rough Today (text by Charles Bukowski)
Ziv: Time Pieces
*Schwartz: Rock Star
Harting: Procession for Four Percussionists

Performers: Romulo Benavides, Adrien Roberts, Seth Rozanoff, Amir Eldan, Enid Blount

5/7/02 South Oxford Space, Brooklyn, NY
Harting: Quartet for Saxophones
Ziv: The Prince
Vulcano: Danze per Archi
Ziv: String Quartet
*Schwartz: Post
Ziv: Gulliver’s Groove

Performers: Martha Hyde, JD Paran, Mark Hynes, Tim Otto, Oren Fader, Adelaide Federici, Katharina Grossmann, Amy Kimball, Jovanina Pagano, Lawrence Zoernig, Enid Blount, Seth Rozanoff, Kevin Garcia

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