MACHIKO OZAWA TANGO DUO WITH EMILIO TEUBAL
Tango Night ~ Music by Argentine Tangos, Astor Piazzolla and Emilio Teubal’s newest original compositions~
A tango violinist Machiko Ozawa returns to Bar Thalia with Violin & Piano Duo with Argentine pianist, Emilio Teubal and special guests
Machiko Ozawa, violin
Emilio Teubal, Keyboards
Date | Sat, Jun 8, 2019
Time | 9pm
Prices | FREE
Theater | Bar Thalia
This concert, curated by Carlos José Castro Mora and Edmundo Ramírez, features music by Costa Rican composers, and displays the variety of influences and expression of the country's contemporary musicians. The program includes acoustic and mixed-media pieces by Susan Campos-Fonseca, Rocío Sanz Quirós, Pilar Aguilar, Valeria Bregón, and Carlos José Castro Mora, performed by Ramírez, the Bleecker String Quartet, and SoundArt.NYC.
DATE: February 1st at 7p
PLACE: American Society (680 Park Avenue, New York)
Bleecker String Quartet: Lynn Bechtold, Machiko Ozawa, Edmundo Ramirez and Jisso Ok
Espino Blanco: for viola d'amore and electronics
Viola d’amore: Edmundo Ramírez
Rocío Sanz Quiros:
Piezas Breves: for string quartet
Second Movement: from String Quartet #1
La Arquera: for string quartet
Bleecker String Quartet
Carlos José Castro Mora:
Ocho Piezas y un Epilogo: for guitar
3. "Como Brisa de Montaña"
Carlos José Castro Mora, guitar
Carlos José Castro Mora
String Quartet #1: El Canto del Awa: 1-Kerwa: based on a Bri-bri song
Bleecker String Quartet
Megman Music (Manny Oquendo)/Arr. Edmundo Ramírez:
Electronic Cumbia: for electronics and string quartet
Bri-Bri Song Mix: for electronics and string quartet
SoundArt.NYC (electro-acoustic ensemble), and guest violist, Pedro Vizzarro Vallejos
SoundArt.NYC / Edmundo Ramírez
SoundArt.NYC is a music collaborative ensemble that explores new paths for creativity, combining new and old instrumental technologies. The project is led by Multi instrumentalist/Composer Edmundo Ramírez and Producer/Musician MegManMusic, and features ensembles such as the Bleecker String Quartet.
M2duO keeps their celebration of 20th anniversary season
M2duO: MACHIKO OZAWA, violin & MAKIA MATSUMURA, piano
WHERE: Cornelia Street Cafe Undergraound (29 Cornelia Street, NYC)
WHEN: Wednesday, May 23rd, 2018
TIME: Door open 5p and Music start 6p
Cover: $10 at the door
Composers Concordance presents its 7th Annual Festival, entitled 'Art of Sound.' Inspired by contemporary art in NYC, the festival consists of five concerts, to be held at a wide array of venues.
Part of Composers Concordance's mission in recent seasons has been to return attention to composers who perform their own music. Our 9th Annual Comp-Play-Comp Marathon features no fewer than 25 art-inspired pieces performed by the composers themselves. An eclectic array of styles and composition approaches will be presented on a program including: David Saperstein, Joe Pehrson, Carolyn Steinberg, Jay Rodriguez, Machiko Ozawa, Angela Babin, Howie Kenty, Andrew Violette, Peter Jarvis, Richard Sussman, Hye-Jeung Kang, Daniel Palkowski, Melissa Grey, Svjetlana Bukvich, Nicole Brancato, Dan Cooper, Gene Pritsker, Joe Fee, Jane Getter, Dick Griffin, Laurence Goldman, Lori Bingel, Audible Abstraction Trio, Gregory Hammontree, Barry Hartlgass, David Morneau, Roger Tréfousse, Stefan Zeniuk, Sean Satin, Seth Boustead, Volodymyr Bedzvin, Emily Searles.
Composers Concordance's 7th Annual Festival is made possible in part with public funds from Creative Engagement / Creative Learning, supported by the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council and administered by Lower Manhattan Cultural Council. LMCC.net
Staying in rotation for 33 years in NYC is a rare feat. In the case of a new music presenting organization, it requires not only diligence and cognizance of achievements of the past, but also an ethic of keeping one's ear to the ground for emerging stylistic and technological developments, as well as talented new composers on the scene. Composers Concordance strives to present contemporary music in innovative ways, with an emphasis on thematic programming. It has also created a record label, Composers Concordance Records, with distribution by Naxos. Directors Gene Pritsker and Dan Cooper co-curate the programs, and lead the CompCord Ensemble, Chamber Orchestra, String Orchestra, and Big Band. Associate Directors are Milica Paranosic, Peter Jarvis, Svjetlana Bukvich, and Melissa Grey. Composers Concordance's overriding vision is to promote contemporary music, composers, and new works as a rightful and respected part of society. Good music, performed and recorded well, pushing the boundaries of sound and composition.
"For the past 30 years, Composers Concordance has been a booster for local composers, through both its concerts across the city and a record label." -The Wall Street Journal. "Enterprising new music organization" -The New York Times. "The Composers Concordance folks are unpredictable and at times refreshingly irreverent in a reverent sort of way....ingenious fun" -Classical-Modern Music Review. "Edgy...boisterous...demanding our attention" -San Diego Story. "These men and women are creating exciting music with elements of jazz, world music and many experimental techniques blended with equal parts classical tradition and playing techniques." -Asbury Park Press. "There is considerable evidence to show that Composers Concordance may be one of the most exciting labels in American contemporary music." -JazzdaGama.