Guest Artist: Jacqueline Horner-Kwiatek, Mezzo-soprano
7:30 p.m., Friday, October 13, 2017
Krannert Fine Arts Building, Wheeler Concert Hall, University of Evansville Campus, Evansville, IN.
Folk-songs and Lullabies- a recital for voice and piano
LOCRIAN CHAMBER ENSEMBLE
Friday, June 2 at 8PM in
George Crumb—”The Yellow Moon of Andalusia”
Michael Gordon—”Clouded Yellow”
Carlton Wilkinson—”String Quartet” [World premiere]
David Macdonald—”The Gates of Sleep” [World premiere]
Brian Fennelly—”Maverick Tango”
Calvin Wiersma and Conrad Harris, violin; Daniel Panner, viola; Greg Hesselink, cello; Jonathan Faiman, piano; Stanley Alexandrowizc, guitar; Jacqueline Horner-Kwiatek, mezzo-soprano
The concert is free. A reception will follow.
Curated by Meredith Monk: Phil Kline with Jim Jarmusch: Not OK
Composer Phil Kline, filmmaker Jim Jarmusch, mezzo-soprano Jacqueline Horner-Kwiatek, pianist Kathleen Supové, and percussionist David Cossin perform past, present, and future work, including music from Kline’s upcoming album and two theater works-in-progress, “I Am Joan Crawford” and “Tesla.” The program will feature Horner-Kwiatek singing two songs and an aria from a work-in-progress, Supové performing a solo piano piece, Kline and Cossin playing a section from a work-in-progress, and Kline and Jarmusch performing feedback improvisation over a composed bed played on 24 boomboxes, framed by projections of footage of NYC shot by Thomas Edison.
Juilliard presents Cracked Orlando, a multimedia performance piece by composer and faculty member Jonathan Dawe in collaboration with Juilliard’s Center for Innovation in the Arts. The piece combines students from all three divisions: dance, drama, and music, to create a unique theater event with motion capture, avatars, and more. The cast includes Jacqueline Horner-Kwiatek as Alcina and Sharon Harms as Angelica.
Rosemary and Meredith Willson Theater, The Juilliard School. March 23rd, 24th and 25th, 7.30pm.
ModernMedieval Trio of Voices
(Jacqueline Horner-Kwiatek, Martha Cluver, Eliza Bagg)
Zosha Di Castri
Thursday, December 1, 2016, 8pm
Miller Theatre at Columbia University
$20-$30 Buy Single Tickets
Ekmeles (guest mezzo- Jacqueline Horner-Kwiatek)
New work for Yarn/Wire (2016) world premiere
Near Mute Force (2016) U.S. premiere
The Animal after Whom Other Animals are Named (2013)
The Thinking Eye (2006)
Derek Bermel–“A Short History of the Universe (as related by Nima Arkani-Hamed)”
Martin Suckling–“Visiones after Goya” (U.S. premiere)
Royden Tse–“Starscape” (NY premiere)
Jonathan Dawe–“Silent Like the Snow”
Louis Conti–“Ohne Heimath”
Julian Grant–“Know Thy Kings and Queens” (U.S. premiere)
Miranda Cuckson, Conrad Harris, violins; Daniel Panner, viola; Greg Hesselink, cello;
Derek Bermel, clarinet; Margaret Kampmeier, piano; Jacqueline Horner-Kwiatek, mezzo-soprano
Saturday August 6, 2016
BERKSHIRE CHORAL INTERNATIONAL
Mezzo soloist in To Be Certain of the Dawn by Stephen Paulus ,conducted by Kathy Saltzman Romey.
FAIRFAX CHORAL SOCIETY
A Choral Postlude II
May 21 – 6:15 pm
All Creation Sings!
Presented as a postlude to the 5:15 pm mass, our Symphonic Chorus season culminates with an encore performance in the largest church in the western hemisphere and the eighth largest church building in the world. FCS is honored to be invited again this season to present a choral Postlude in the magnificent space of the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception, D.C. Our program is based on the theme of creation and includes In the Beginning by Aaron Copland, Paul Mealor’s Locus Iste, and, from his “All-Night Vigil,” Rachmaninoff’s Bless the Lord, O My Soul. Joining us for this exciting performance will be Jacqueline Horner-Kwiatek, world-renowned mezzo-soprano and member of the stellar early-music vocal quartet Anonymous 4.
Concert at Spectrum (121 Ludlow St.) Saturday at 7pm
A few short fanciful Dawe premieres, some amazing Babbitt performances, and a new major work by Louis Fujinami Conti for voice and piano quintet….and wine.
DOCTORAL RECITAL, THE JUILLIARD SCHOOL.
The Hermit Songs, Brahms Op. 91 for voice, viola and piano, children’s songs by Copland and Stravinsky, medieval troubadour songs arranged for piano by Gustave Michiels.
Wednesday, April 20th, at 6pm in Morse Hall.
ARION CHAMBER MUSIC
MUSIC BY BRAHMS, BARBER, HOLST, BEACH AND BERNSTEIN.
WITH ADRIENNE KIM (PIANO) AND ROBERT LA RUE (CELLO)
APRIL 8TH, 7.30PM. CHRIST AND SAINT STEPHENS CHURCH, 120 W.69TH ST, NYC.
Orchestra of Our Time.
Performing Aria (John Cage) and The Dangerous Kitchen (Frank Zappa)
APRIL 5TH, 8pm at Symphony Space.
CALLING ALL DAWNS (Christopher Tin)
DISTINGUISHED CONCERTS INTERNATIONAL NEW YORK
DAVID GEFFEN HALL
SUNDAY APRIL 3rd, 2pm.
Master Class at Mannes School of Music
March 31st, 2016. 1-3pm, Glass Box Theater.
Juilliard Historical Performance: Music From Shakespeare
March 31st, 2016. Paul Recital Hall, 7.30pm.
A central figure in the early music world and Juilliard Historical Performance’s artist-in-residence Monica Huggett leads Juilliard Historical Performance in a program of chamber works.
Monica Huggett, director and violin
Augusta McKay Lodge, violin and viola
Jeffrey Girton, violin and viola
Keiran Campbell, cello
Caroline Ross and Fiona Last, oboes
Kamila Marcinkowska-Prasad, bassoon
Adam Cockerham, lute and theorbo
Robert Warner, harpsichord
Jacqueline Horner-Kwiatek, soprano
LOCKE Incidental Music from The Tempest (1674)
PURCELL Suite from The Fairy Queen (1692)
Sunday February 7th, 2016, 4pm.
Treble Choir Festival
Jacqueline Horner-Kwiatek, conductor and clinician.
Church Street United Methodist Church, Knoxville, TN.
Monday February 8th,2016
Visiting Artist at Maryville College, Knoxville, TN.
Saturday, January 30th, 2016, 7.00p.m.
SHAKESPEARE AND CERVANTES
Juilliard 415 with Jordi Savall
Jordi Savall and Juilliard415 perform instrumental and vocal music at the Metropolitian Museum of Art in NYC to commemorate the four-hundredth anniversary of the deaths of William Shakespeare and Miguel de Cervantes.
January 22nd 7.30pm.
Focus! 2016 | Milton Babbitt’s World: A Centennial Celebration
ALEXANDER GOEHR Verschwindenes Wort (Vanishing Word) for mezzo-soprano, tenor and orchestra. World premiere. With The New Juilliard Ensemble. Joel Sachs, conductor.
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