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A nice and clean quick update about some upcoming events:
June 8, 9pm
W4 presents Cellophilia New Music For Up To Eight Cellos
My composers collective West 4th New Music presents Cellophilia, a concert dedicated to the cello. From solos to octets, some with video, others with electronics, this program celebrates the versatility of one of our most beloved instruments. The evening features music of established composers Steve Reich, Michael Gordon, and John Zorn alongside works by emerging young artists. Eight gifted New York cellists showcase the eclectic mix of styles. Not to miss! Works by Steve Reich, Yoav Shemesh, Michael Gordon, Tim Hansen, John Zorn, Matt Frey, Robert Karpay, Sarah Kirkland Snider. Performed by Ashley Bathgate, Hannah Collins, Amanda Gookin, Robert Karpay, Susan D. Mandel, Mariel Roberts, Brian Snow, Richard Vaudrey, with Jeffrey Gavett, conductor.
See our press release and Facebook invite.
Tickets $15 available here ($12 Student tickets with promo code ETUDE).
Also consider donating your financial surplus to Kickstarter campaign that is in its FINAL DAY!
And, please admire our new and fancy new website w4newmusic.com
I turn 31, woohoo! On my way to the forty.
June 17, noon-midnight
The NYU Contemporary Music Ensemble plays Bash at the Bang on a Can Marathon. Also 11 hours and 50 minutes of other great music. This is a no-brainer, you're crazy if you don't go here! In New York, NY.
July 15, 9-noon
The Aspen Academy Orchestra premieres my brand new Second Symphonic Miniature. In Aspen, CO.
July 20, 8.30pm
The Aspen Contemporary Ensemble premieres my brand new quintet (title TBA). In Aspen, CO.
April 26, 2013
The entrepreneurial Wild Rumpus Collective premieres my brand new octet (title TBA). In San Francisco, CA.
Also, check out the many new recordings on my website rubennaeff.nl, from some of my recent performances on the All-Ruben Concert and Music with a View, by my fabulous friends of the Cadillac Moon Ensemble, vigil, and the NYU Contemporary Music Ensemble.