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Insider Interview with Tom Cipullo, composer

Insider Interview with Tom Cipullo, composer

On Saturday, December 1 at 7:00 pm, Chelsea Opera presents the New York City premieres of two one-act operas Josephine and After Life at Christ & St. Stephen’s Church (120 W 69th St.). More info online at www.chelseaopera.org/season. In this Insider Interview, we spoke with the composer of these new works, Tom Cipullo, about the upcoming premieres.

Chelsea Opera presents the New York City premieres of "Josephine" and "After Life"

Chelsea Opera presents the New York City premieres of "Josephine" and "After Life"

On Saturday, December 1 at 7:00 pm, Chelsea Opera presents the New York City premieres of Josephine and After Life, two one-act operas by Tom Cipullo.

ConcertoNet reviews Momenta Festival "Canciones"

ConcertoNet reviews Momenta Festival "Canciones"

For New York music-lovers, the holiday season is signified not by turkeys or costumes or Kris Kringles, but by the Momenta Festival.

New Yorker previews Momenta Festival

New Yorker previews Momenta Festival

This year’s programs focus, respectively, on music with words, tides literal and emotional, disparate aural terrains, and strength in numbers.

François-Xavier Poizat - PianOrchestra Vol. 2

François-Xavier Poizat - PianOrchestra Vol. 2

PianOrchestra V.ol 2
François-Xavier Poizat, piano

Released: October 15, 2018
Catalog Num: ARS 38 249

New Yorker previews Guy Livingston's "Dada at the Movies"

New Yorker previews Guy Livingston's "Dada at the Movies"

On Oct. 17, the skillful pianist Guy Livingston will present “Dada at the Movies,” an audacious new multimedia program, which argues for Dada’s foresight and continued relevance.

Cleveland Classical - Finding inner chill: Michael Adcock’s Ragtime in Washington

Cleveland Classical - Finding inner chill: Michael Adcock’s Ragtime in Washington

CD Review — Finding inner chill: Michael Adcock’s "Ragtime in Washington"

Michael Adcock Insider Interview

Michael Adcock Insider Interview

American pianist Michael Adcock discusses his musical influences, interests and more.

Lucid Culture reviews Christopher Houlihan in Newark

Lucid Culture reviews Christopher Houlihan in Newark

Organist Christopher Houlihan Pulls Out All the Stops at an Iconic Venue

Classical Candor reviews "Ragtime in Washington"

Classical Candor reviews "Ragtime in Washington"

"the playing is superb and the renditions charming and affectionate."

Fanfare Magazine interviews Victoria Bond

Fanfare Magazine interviews Victoria Bond

A Bond with Music: An Interview with Victoria Bond and Myles Lee.

2018/19 Season at Baruch Performing Arts Center in NYC

2018/19 Season at Baruch Performing Arts Center in NYC

Baruch Performing Arts Center announces its 2018-2019 season of opera, chamber music and jazz performances in the heart of Manhattan.

Fall 2018 at the Austrian Cultural Forum New York

Fall 2018 at the Austrian Cultural Forum New York

October 1-4: Moving Sounds Festival 2018 - The Mahler Question
November 29-30: Ensemble Signal and Wolfgang Mitterer

October 13-19: Announcing the 2018 Momenta Festival

October 13-19: Announcing the 2018 Momenta Festival

October 13-19: Announcing the 2018 Momenta Festival

The Classical Post interviews Christopher Houlihan

The Classical Post interviews Christopher Houlihan

The organ is louder and more impressive than a piano, thought a young Christopher Houlihan. Now, the musician and professor sets out to teach the next generation of organists while also showing the world how colorful and exciting organ music can be.

Cinemusical reviews pianist Michael Adcock's "Keyboard Transcriptions"

Cinemusical reviews pianist Michael Adcock's "Keyboard Transcriptions"

This recording "demonstrates different aspects of Adcock’s technical skill, virtuosic flair, and interpretive ability."

Wall Street Journal: The Concentration Camp Choir

Wall Street Journal: The Concentration Camp Choir

Its performance of Giuseppe Verdi’s ‘Requiem’ left Nazi officials speechless.

Fanfare Magazine reviews "Soul of a Nation"

Fanfare Magazine reviews "Soul of a Nation"

This CD is outstanding in every parameter, and I believe the great majority of Fanfare’s readership would find this disc a worthwhile, and even essential acquisition.

Winnipeg Free Press reviews"Ragtime in Washington"

Winnipeg Free Press reviews"Ragtime in Washington"

The album features 17 tracks that resurrect such favourites as Scott Joplin’s Bethena, and The Easy Winners, as well as lesser-known nuggets culled from ragtime’s golden age of 1905-1917, including Henry Lodge’s Red Pepper Rag.

Joel Flegler reviews "Soul of a Nation"

Joel Flegler reviews "Soul of a Nation"

Remarkable Depth and Versatility.