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New Music New Haven series kicks off. Phoebe Liu am, Oct 03, Staff Reporter. Wikimedia Commons. On Thursday at p. The concert kicks off the New Music New Haven series, which will feature six concerts presenting newly written solo, chamber and orchestral works. Each concert combines music of an established living composer with works written by School of Music composers during their time at Yale. According to Theofanidis, the New Music New Haven concerts also give student composers an opportunity to have their music performed and recorded. Composers attend rehearsals of their piece, coach the players and at times even conduct. The New Music New Haven series allows composers and performers to have a close working relationship, which enables composers to write with the identity of the performers in mind. Neither work is based on a text or personal experience.
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Celebrate community. Celebrate music. Make Music New Haven is a live festival of accessible music performances on June 21, the longest day of the year. Make Music New Haven is a part of the international Make Music Day movement which brings free, community-wide, musical celebrations to hundreds of cities worldwide. Every year, the celebration is held on June 21, the summer solstice, in more than communities around the world. The event is an all-ages, all-inclusive celebration of music held at locations around Greater New Haven. Sidewalks, gardens, parks, front porches, plazas and public spaces throughout the city become stages, and special signature events offer everyone a chance to participate. Unlike a typical musical festival, Make Music concerts are put on by anyone who wants to perform and enjoyed by everyone who wants to attend. This do-it-yourself festival is a chance for local artists and venues of all kinds to join forces to make music for and with the community. Any musician—amateur or professional, young or old—is invited to take part.
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Please do not leave the hall during musical selections. Thank you. Suzanne Farrin is a composer whose works for stage and film have been performed around the world.
She appeared as herself in an episode of the Amazon series Mozart in the Jungle that was directed by Roman Coppola. She is currently the Frayda B. Graduate Center, where she teaches composition. Suzanne has a doctor of musical arts degree from Yale University. It comprises seven short movements. These two motions are reciprocally transformed, the one into the other. As Apollo nearly captures Daphne during a fierce chase, she transforms herself into a laurel tree in order to escape him.
This story has been told for millennia by many artists and poets. Morse Recital Hall free. Frances Pollock b. Yale School of Music. Published on Mar 5, Go explore.