Celebrate nienteForte’s 10th season with our season finale featuring the yes::no duet! This concert is being held at the Hotel Peter and Paul.
yes::no comprises of ECCE Ensemble members flutist Roberta Michel and clarinetist Carlos Cordeiro, who have been praised as having “extreme adventurousness…inspiring one to want a repeated hearing.”
Thursday, May 7, 2020
7:00 pm – Symphony Fun Run
7:00 pm – LPO Performance
Lafreniere Park, Metairie
Join friends and family in Metairie’s Lafreniere Park for our annual Swing in the Park. Bring your lawn chairs, food, and refreshments and enjoy a program of familiar musical favorites from the past and present.
The Symphony Fun Run is back! The LPO is partnering with the New Orleans Track Club to have a 2 mile foot race alongside our annual Park Concert.
For more information and registration follow the link: https://www.runnotc.org/races/2020/symphony.shtml
Orchestras Feeding America.
Tuesday, April 21, 2020
6:00 pm – LPO Music for Life Performance in front of the Peristyle
7:00 pm – LPO Performance in the Peristyle
New Orleans City Park, Goldring Woldenberg Great Lawn
Join friends and family in New Orleans City Park for our annual Swing in the Oaks. Bring your lawn chairs, food, and refreshments and enjoy a program of familiar musical favorites from the past and present. This year is the 50th anniversary of Earth Day as well as the 250th anniversary of Beethoven’s life which will be reflected in the program selections.
Visit the following link for more information regarding the Beethoven Pastoral Project.
Orchestras Feeding America.
Six conductor’s will lead the Lousiana Philharmonic Orchestra at the League of American Orchestras’ Bruno Walter National Conductor Preview at New Orleans’ Orpheum Theater. The two-day showcase is one of the field’s most presitigous events for conductors to showcase their talent natioanlly. Attending orchestra search committees, artist managers, and artisitc administrators will have intimate, front row access to watch and evaluate participants in rehearsal and meet them individually.
|Bertie Baigent||Assistant Conductor of the Colorado Symphony||Learn More >|
|Tong Chen||Music Director of Yonkers Philharmonic Orchestra||Learn More >|
|Gonzalo Farlas||Associate Conductor of the Jacksonville Symphony||Learn More >|
|Norman Huynh||Associate Conductor of the Oregon Symphony||Learn More >|
|Yuwon Kim||The Rita E. Hauser Conducting Fellow at Curtist Institute of Music||Learn More >|
|François López-Ferrer||Assistant Conductor of the Cincinnati Symphony||Learn More >|
* Chosen by an adjudication panel of leading artistic executives from a pool of more than 150 applications from around the world, the conductors were selected for their podium talent and commitment to American orchestras.
A free concert featuring masterworks, 20th century masterpieces, and music of our time.
Described in The WholeNote as “an innovative musician and aggressive thinker with a gift for keyboard brilliance,” Dr. Nicholas Susi enjoys a multifaceted career living out his deep love for music; his varied activities in recent seasons have included solo and concerto performances, masterclasses, lectures, community outreach events, and competition adjudication.
A native of St. Louis, MO, Dr. Susi is currently based out of Duluth, MN where he is Assistant Professor of Music at the College of St. Scholastica. In addition to teaching private lessons in piano, Dr. Susi also teaches music theory and coordinates the class piano program. He completed his doctorate at the University of Michigan, with previous studies at the University of Kansas and at the Hochschule für Musik und Tanz Köln as a two-time DAAD grantee. Primary teachers include Zena Ilyashov, Jack Winerock, Nina Tichman, and Arthur Greene.
Dr. Susi will present a recital on Thursday night in Roussel Hall and a masterclass on Friday afternoon in Nunemaker Auditorium. Both events are free and open to the public.
For the most up-to-date information on this and other events at the Loyola School of Music & Theatre Arts, visit Loyola Presents.
UPDATE: “We will be live streaming tonight’s concert for anyone who wishes to watch remotely. We will post a link to the live stream in the comment section of this post, fifteen minutes prior to the start of the performance.”
The Louis Moreau Institute for New Music Performance, now in its sixth season, is excited to present two concerts during its 2020 festival, featuring Institutional Artists Georgia Bourderionnet, Nicholas Davies, Wesley Ducote, Francesca Ferrara, and Lena Vidulich. The festival’s final event will feature works from contemporary new music masters, emerging composers, and feature a work by the late Mario Davidovsky in recognition of his service as a member of the Louis Moreau Institute’s Board of Directors.
Tulane University Dixon Recital Hall
Doors at 7:00 PM, Performance at 7:30 PM
Thomas Ades, Three Mazurkas
Mario Davidovsky, Synchronism 12
Anna-Louise Walton, Uttered
Jonathan Harvey, The Riot
Arnold Schoenberg, Phantasy for Violin
Improvisation on Fats Waller’s Alligator Crawl
David Froom, Hidden Motives
The performers are:
Georgia Bourderionnet, cello
Nicholas Davies, clarinet
Wesley Ducote, piano
Francesca Ferrara, flute
Lena Vidulich, violin