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New Music for the 21st Century
October 21, 2015
VOX NOVUS NEWSLETTER
New Music for the 21st Century
> Vox Novus Festival - 15 Years of New Music
PERFORMANCES
Vox Novus Festival in New York City
> xMV eXperimental Music Video
> Circuit Bridges: Festival Circuit
> 60x60 Dance at the Winter Garden
> Composer's Voice at Symphony Space
> 60x60 Surround Sound at Spectrum
VOX NOVUS – USA FESTIVAL IN ROMANIA
> 60x60 Dance - National University of Bucharest
> Vox Novus Festival Romania - Romanian Athenaeum, Bucharest “George Enescu” Philharmonica
> Vox Novus Festival Romania - National College of Art “Regina Maria”
> 60x60 at Miami University
OPPORTUNITIES
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Vox Novus Festival - 15 Years of New Music

Vox Novus has 15 years producing, presenting and promoting new music. Vox Novus uses a “maximalist” approach introducing new work to audiences everywhere.

With a spirit of discovery, Vox Novus uses its concert programs to empower thousands of composers and musicians in 40 countries on 5 continents. For more than a decade, Vox Novus has commissioned and premiered the works of composers around the world from every walk of life with different aesthetics, styles, and career stages. Vox Novus always embraces an ideology of presenting a broad cross-section of the great wealth of contemporary music being written today.

Endeavoring to reach the largest audience, Vox Novus has presented over 500 performances across the planet. Highlight presentations include Carnegie Hall, Stratford Circus for Open Weekend for 2012 Olympics, Winter Garden Atrium, Enwave Theater in Toronto, St Louis Sheldon Theater for the American Arts Experience, Dance Parade in Tompkins Park, and the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago.

Vox Novus brings its programming approach to common and untraditional venues alike focusing on reaching audiences with dynamic presentation practices. Performances have been presented in various types of venues from concert halls to classrooms; from contemporary museums to art galleries; from projections on building walls to installations in storefront windows; from large public atriums to bars and nightclubs. Vox Novus has presented its performances on TV, radio, Internet, film, video, festivals, concert performances, bar/nightclub happenings and sound/art installations.

Vox Novus believes strongly in the intrinsic value of contemporary music, recognizing it as a force in the advancement of culture and art. Our goal is to keep music alive by strengthening the connection between composer and audience, providing greater exposure to new music.

Vox Novus is celebrating with a festival of performances from its Composer’s Voice, 60x60, Fifteen-Minutes-of-Fame, Circuit Bridges, and xMV performance programs.

You can see the concert program here: http://www.voxnovus.com/XV

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xMV

xMV eXperimental Music Video

eXperimental music video (xMV) will be presenting a screening of film music and experimental music videos on October 22, 2015 6:30pm at Gallery MC and then present an ongoing installation from October 22 – 24, 2015

xMV - explores the vast genre of new music being synchronized in film and experimental video. Twelve best videos were chosen out of about a hundred of submissions received, viewed and evaluated since September 2014 form an International call for works.

Twelve videos will be screened in the Vox Novus Festival on October 22, 2015 at 6:30 PM at Gallery MC in NYC. The videos will be presented at Gallery MC in an ongoing installation throughout the festival October 23rd and 24th from 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM Experimental Music Video (xMV) is a series curated by Milica Paranosic in partnership with Vox Novus and Paracademia.

Founded in 2008 by Robert Voisey, xMV ran 6 shows at Collective: Unconscious in Tribeca, New York City. xMV is designed to present the wide world of the collaborative effort of people experimenting with video and music. From music videos to psychedelic art film with abstract imagery, from minimalism to edgy pop; xMV runs the gambit of what to expect and not to expect in experimental video and experimental music.

Milica Paranosic revived the xMV project in celebration of Vox Novus presenting 15 years of new music. She put out an International call and had 3 screenings where people judged the winners for the final festival screening.

Founded in 2014, Circuit Bridges is a monthly electroacoustic concert series, held at Gallery MC in New York City. Our mission is to connect with similar organizations from around the globe that foster and promote innovative electroacoustic music and sound. Our concerts feature local composers and sound artists and those from visiting communities and immerse audiences in the vast wealth of electroacoustic music being created today. Circuit Bridges is dedicated to creating a community for creators of electroacoustic music and strives to explore all that is currently being innovated in electronic music.

eXperimental music video (xMV)
Vox Novus Festival
screening October 22, 2015 6:30pm
Gallery MC
549 west 52nd street
8th floor
New York City, NY 10019

Circuit Bridges

Circuit Bridges: Festival Circuit

Circuit Bridges: Festival Circuit is presenting a unique collaboration with the Birmingham Art Music Alliance on October 22nd 8:00 PM at Gallaery MC.

This Circuit Bridges Concert collaboration with the Birmingham Art Music Alliance, Birmingham, Alabama and co-curated with Monroe Golden will feature works from Birmingham composers in collaboration which featured New York composers last month on the BAMA Festival.

The Birmingham Art Music Alliance is an autonomous nonprofit organization with the twofold mission of promoting music by Alabama composers and presenting concerts of recently created art music to communities in Birmingham and beyond. Members include local composers, professional performers, students, and enthusiasts who wish to preserve and maintain the long tradition of music as a living art form.

Circuit Bridges is dedicated to highlighting the community of electroacoustic music creators. Circuit Bridges strives to explore all music under the electroacoustic umbrella. This includes but is not limited to sonic art, radio art, glitch, circuit bending, electronica, real-time improvisation, network performance, audiovisual composition, mash-up, and data sonification. Its mission is to connect with artists from around the globe to present the wealth of electroacoustic music being written today.

Founded in 2014, Circuit Bridges is a monthly electroacoustic concert series, held at Gallery MC in New York City. Our mission is to connect with similar organizations from around the globe that foster and promote innovative electroacoustic music and sound. Our concerts feature local composers and sound artists and those from visiting communities and immerse audiences in the vast wealth of electroacoustic music being created today. Circuit Bridges is dedicated to creating a community for creators of electroacoustic music and strives to explore all that is currently being innovated in electronic music.

Circuit Bridges: Festival Circuit
OCTOBER 22, 2015 8:00 PM
Gallery MC
549 W 52nd Street
8th Floor
New York City, NY 10019
Gallery MC

60x60 Dance

60x60 Dance

60x60 Dance presents 60 one-minute audio pieces by different composers paired with 60 different dances creating a one-hour non-stop performance. Two performances at 12:30 PM and 8:00 PM on Friday, October 23rd in the Winter Garden at Brookfield Place, New York City make up part of the Vox Novus Festival celebrating its 15 years presenting and promoting new music.

“The idea — 60 new dance pieces are performed to 60 new pieces of music, each lasting no more than 60 seconds — is quite mad. But it’s this kind of madness that makes the cultural world go round” –New York Times

This one-hour audio mix is a compilation of works submitted to the 60x60 project from its beginning in 2003 and includes music luminaries: Joan LaBarbara, Annea Lockwood, Pauline Oliveros, Laurie Spiegel, Barry Truax; as well as, Greg Bartholomew, Dennis Bathory-Kitsz, Eve Beglarian, Stephen Betts, John Biggs, John Bilotta, Benjamin Boone, George Brunner, Warren Burt,CDZ, Paul Clouvel, Dan Cooper, Lin Culbertson, Alvin Curran, Douglas DaSilva, Brad Decker, Robert Dick, Larry Gaab, Iris Garrelfs, Monroe Golden, Josh Goldman, Melissa Grey, David Gunn, David Hahn, Andy Hasenpflug, Lynn Job, Aaron Johnson, Tova Kardone, Juraj Kojs, HyeKyung Lee, Stephen Lias, Patrick Liddell, Elainie Lillios, John Link, Charles Norman Mason, Paula Matthusen, Mike McFerron, Angela McGary, Christian McLeer, David Morneau, Jeff Morris, Serban Nichifor, , Milca Paranosic, Maggi Payne, Joe Pehrson, Gene Pritsker, Margaret Schedel, Judith Shatin, Alan Shockley, Allen Strange, Hans Tammen, Eldad Tsbary, Robert Voisey, Jane Wang, and Rodney Waschka.

Eclectic by nature, 60x60 Dance offers an unmatched diversity of styles, making for a fast-speed, electrifying, one-of-a-kind performance that never ceases to surprise. Dances will span all forms from ballet to hip-hop to ballroom and contemporary, while music includes neo-romantic, folk ,tech-house, noise, rock and everything but the kitchen sink. This year’s 60x60 Dance is co-directed by choreographers Fran Sperling (SkyBody) and Andrea Skurr (Ruah, Inc).

Notable choreographers returning to 60x60 Dance for this unique performance include: Daniel Gwirtzman, Nicole Buggé, BEings dance with Emily Bufferd, Inclined Dance Project with Kristen Klein; a well as, Gwen Potter, Charly Wenzel, Jamila Holman, Jen Roit, Gwen Potter, Holly Maddock, Monifa Kincaid, Aimee Plauche, Jonathan Lassiter, Jenny Efremova, Erin Pryor, Joey Dillon, Jennifer & Jaclyn Enchin, Sameena Mitta, Mito Pavio, Angel Fan, Daniel Gwirtzman, Joya Powell, Sean Boyt, Sarah Esser, KatieRose, Jerel Hercules, Karesia Batan, Morgelyn Tenbeth-Ward, Katelyn Halpern, Caitlin Dulton, Hannah Ulmer, Jaime Shannon, James Huggins, Rebecca McCurdy, Ann Dragich, Natalie Eramo, Rachel Harvest, Bassam Kubba, Randy Kato, Katya Bryleva, and many more!

Charly_Wenzel-Photo_by_intipachurinphotography

60x60 Dance is being presented at the Winter Garden at Brookfield Place in New York City as part of the Vox Novus Festival celebrating 15 years of new music. The festival highlights other Vox Novus programs: Composer’s Voice, Fifteen-Minutes-of-Fame, and Circuit Bridges from October 22-24 at Symphony Space, the Winter Garden, and Gallery MC. Visit www.VoxNovus.com/XV for more details.

Vox Novus Festival:60x60 Dance
Friday, October 23, 2015 12:30 pm and 8:00 pm
Brookfield Place Winter Garden 230 Vesey St, New York, NY 10281
FREE admission
http://artsbrookfield.com/event/60x60-dance/

Composer's Voice

Composer's Voice

The Composer’s Voice concert series will be presenting a unique showcase of living composers at Symphony Space October 24th at 2:30 PM and 8:00 PM. The performance is part of the Vox Novus festival celebrating 15 years of new music.

The Composer's Voice Concert Series is an opportunity for contemporary composers to express their aesthetic and personal voice. Founded in 2001, Composer’s Voice has presented more than 100 concerts in New York City. The series has premiered thousands of works from living composers from around the world. Music is chosen from a wide range of contemporary composers of every genre, style, and aesthetic. Works are performed by musicians devoted to new music. Performances are recorded and archived to further promote new music, performers, and composers.

This afternoon’s Composer’s Voice concert will feature “Rumi Settings” by Augusta Read Thomas a long time member of Vox Novus. The work will be performed by violinist Paris Lavidis and violist Amelia Krinke from Face the Music. Face the Music is the only teen ensemble in the U.S. dedicated to the creation and performance of music by living composers. In residence at Kaufman Music Center, the 170+-member Face the Music has taken its place as a full-fledged player in New York City’s vibrant contemporary classical scene, rapidly becoming what Allan Kozinn of the New York Times has called “a force in the New York new-music world.”

Fifteen-Minutes-of-Fame Stephen Porter

Fifteen-Minutes-of-Fame:
Re-Imagining Schubert with Stephen Porter

The concert will also feature Fifteen-Minutes-of-Fame: Re-Imagining Schubert with Stephen Porter, piano. Fifteen-Minutes-of-Fame is a project which features fifteen one-minute works by fifteen composers, written specifically for the performer. The purpose of the project is to promote a great variety of contemporary music to audiences hungry to hear what living composers are writing today. Stephen Porter is an acclaimed pianist who has appeared as a soloist in major cities around the world. He will perform one-minute works by composers Justin Blackburn, Timothy J. Bowlby, Erik Branch, Alex Conde, Paul Cowell, Rafael Gutiérrez Gandía, Konrad Harley, Gyuli Kambarova, Jona Kümper, Douglas Madison, Norberto Oldrini, João Pedro Oliveira, Edward Ruchalski, Dominic Sewell, and Juan María Solare.

The Composer's Voice Concert Series, listed as “One of the premier showcases for promising composers” by Time Out New York, will present works by Joseph Bohigian, Martin Bonk, Samuel Friedman, Masatora Goya, Cindi Hsu, Mark Hagerty, Danny Leo, Lucas Oickle, Gene Pritsker, Augusta Read Thomas, Faye-Ellen Silverman, Nobuyoshi Tanaka, David Wolfson, Rain Worthington, and more.

The concert will feature performances by Joseph Bohigian, piano; Carlos Boltes, viola; Sara Bonh, piano; Melanie Chirignan, flute; Scott Hill, guitar; Eva Ingolf, violin; Jihee Jeong, soprano; Amelia Krinke, viola; Paris Lavidis, violin; Sara Paar, voice; Stephen Porter, piano; Kazuki Ueki, guitar; and David Wolfson, piano. They have performed around the world in the US, Canada, the UK, France, Armenia, Iceland, Japan, Brazil, Chile, and more..

The Composer's Voice Concert Series, described as “on the edge of what's happening" - Brant Lyon, Great Weather for Media, will present works by Syrlane Albuquerque, Rodrigo Baggio, Jeremy Beck, Douglas DaSilva, Danny Leo, Annea Lockwood, Brandon Maahs, Serban Nichifor, Sergio Roberto de Oliveira, Etienne Rolin, Max Stannard, Robert Voisey, Blair Whittington, and more.

The evening Composer’s Voice concert will feature the works of Annea Lockwood a long term friend of Vox Novus. Her works RCSC and Gone! will be performed by pianist Yumi Suehiro. The concert will also feature the premiere of Fifteen-Minutes-of-Fame: Chaotic Dreams with Yumi Suehiro, piano. Fifteen-Minutes-of-Fame is a project which features fifteen one-minute works by fifteen composers, written specifically for the performer.

Fifteen-Minutes-of-Fame Yumi Suehiro

Fifteen-Minutes-of-Fame:
Chaotic Dreams with Yumi Suehiro

One-minute works in Fifteen-Minutes-of-Fame are by composers Stephen Aprahamian, Fabian Beltran, Jean-Patrick Besingrand, Francisco del Pino, Anthony Donofrio, James Gaddas, Steven Harry Markowitz, Luigi Morelo, Mathieu Daniel Polak, Tomás Peire Serrate, Saman Shahi, Edward Strauman, Gabriele Toia, Luca Vanneschi, and Martin Watt.

The concert will feature performances by Hirona Amamiya, soprano; Sara Bong, piano; Kenji Haba, guitar; Christina Hourihan, soprano; Tzu-En Lee, violin; Roberta Michel, flute; Kyungmi Nam, piano; and Nautilus Brass Quintet.

New York City based new music organization Vox Novus is holding a festival celebrating 15 years of presenting new music on October 22-24. The festival highlights Vox Novus programs: 60x60 Dance, Composer’s Voice, Fifteen-Minutes-of-Fame, and Circuit Bridges. Six performances will feature the work of hundreds of composers, performers, videographers, choreographers, and dancers from around the world at Symphony Space, the Winter Garden at Brookfield Place, and Gallery MC.

Vox Novus Festival: Composer’s Voice Concerts
Saturday, October 24, 2015 2:30 pm & 8:00 PM
Symphony Space
Leonard Nimoy Thalia
2537 Broadway, New York, NY 10025
$15 advance sales

60x60 Surround Mix

60x60 Surround Sound Mix at Spectrum

On Sunday October 25, 2015 3:00 PM at Spectrum in New York City, Hans Tammen will present the 60x60 Surround Sound Mix.

60x60 Surround Sound Mix

Vox Novus and Harvestworks invited composers and sound artists to submit recorded works as 5.1 audio 60 seconds or less in length to be included in a special 60×60 project collaboration in New York City. We received over 160 submissions.

60×60 is a one-hour-long show made by sequencing 60 pre-recorded pieces by 60 different composers, each piece a minute in length or shorter. A unique collaboration between VoxNovus / Robert Voisey and Harvestworks in New York City to create a 5.1 surround sound mix.

Every one-minute piece will be played continuously without pause. Each of the 60 pieces will begin precisely at the beginning of the minute, this will mark the end of one piece and the beginning of another.

Composers selected for the 60x60 Surround Sound Mix include:

Jeff Anderson, Daniel Bartos, Simon Belshaw, Jason Bolte, Mike Boyd, Andrei Branea, Arnold Brooks, Steve Bull, Jeremy Van Buskirk, Alejandro Casales, Ian Corbett, Douglas DaSilva, Jamez Dean, Blake Degraw, Rob Dietz, Lorenz Erdmann, Bit.Seq~ (Fred Feeney), Josh Feldman, John Ferguson, Matt Fidler, Tim Fodness, Enrico Francioni, Richard Garrett, Guiseppe Gavazza, Nate Goossen, Scott Gresham-Lancaster, Jenn Grossman, Samuel Hertz, Jason Hoffman, judsoN, Vivek Karun, John Kehoe, Andrew Levine, Jörg Lindenmaier, Buddy Lorentz, Nicolas Marty, Mike McFerron, Claudi Meneghin, Tiago Morais, Dafna Naphtali, Daniel Neumann, Serban Nichifor, Hull Pacific, Maggi Payne, Chris Peck, Samuel Pellman, Patrick Pham, Julien Poidevin, Kevin Ramsay, Cody Ranaldo, Steve Reinthal, Lorin Roser, Josh Simmons, Mary Simoni, David Jason Snow, J Sohn, Yuri Spitsyn, Ariane St.Louis, Hans Tammen, Jamie Todd, A. P. Vague, Robert Voisey, Jaeseong Wu, and Xo Xinh

More information about the 60x60 Suround mix can be found here: http://www.60x60.com/2013_Surround_Sound_Mix.htm

60x60 Surround Sound Mix
October 25, 2015
Sunday at 3:00pm
Spectrum
121 Ludlow, Second Floor
New York, New York 10002

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60x60 at UNIVERSITATEA NATIONALA DE MUZICA BUCURESTI

Long time supporter of 60x60, Serban Nichifor will present the 60x60 Vox Novus 15th Anniversary Mix at the UNIVERSITATEA NATIONALA DE MUZICA BUCURESTI in Bucharest Romania for VOX NOVUS FESTIVAL ROMANIA. Serban Nichifor was responsible for holding the first 60x60 concert outside of New York City in 2004 and has subsequently presented more than 10 different 60x60 mixes in Romania; not including other Vox Novus projects such as Composer’s Voice and Fifteen-Minutes-of-Fame.

More information about the 60x composers selected for the 60x60 Vox Novus 15th Anniversary Mix can be found here: http://www.voxnovus.com/XV/60x60/composers.htm

60x60 Vox Novus Fesival Mix
Wednesday, October 20, 2015 - 2:00 PM
UNIVERSITATEA NATIONALA DE MUZICA BUCURESTI
Bucuresti, Romania

60x60

Vox Novus Festival Romania at Romanian Athenaeum, Bucharest “George Enescu” Philharmonica

Serban Nichifor continues the Vox Novus Festival festivities with works by contemporary commposers at the Romanian Athenaeum, Bucharest “George Enescu” Philharmonica on Wednesday October 21, 2015 at 7:00 PM with NUOVA MUSICA CONSONANTE and INTERFERENTE CAMERALE ROMANIA-USA
Composers included are: -Robert Voisey: Harmonic Exploration (p.a.)
-Serban Nichifor: Omagiu lui George Enescu
-AG Weinberger: Retoricon
-Douglas DaSilva: Meditations (p.a.)
-Liana Alexandra: Quasi Cadenza
-Andrei Tanasescu: Poem pentru vioara si pian

Vox Novus Festival Romania
Wednesday, October 21, 2015 - 7:00 PM
Romanian Athenaeum / Bucharest Philharmonic
Strada Benjamin Franklin 1-3, Bucuresti, Romania

Vox Novus Festival Romania at National College of Art, Regina Maria

On Thursday October 23, 2015 at 5:00 PM Daniel Mihai continues the Vox Novus Festival festivities in National College of Art, Regina Maria, Constanta, Romania with works by contemporary composers: LIANA ALEXANDRA - QUASI CADENZA
R.VOISEY ANNEALING
D.BOHN- KIKAKU (Romanian premiere)
J.M SOLARE- ZELANTE ( Romanian premiere)
V.ANGHELESCU SECRET DREAM
G.BARTHOLOMEW –MEET ME IN SRINIGAIR
A.BUCSIS –CONVECTION (Romanian premiere)
R.BAGGIO- A VERSE FOR DAD (Romanian premiere)
T. CHIU- PRE-RETOOGRADE MID CONVECTION (Romanian premiere)
K PARANOSIC USPANVAKA (Romanian premiere)
DOUGLAS DASILVA – THREE MEDITATIONS
I.S MOFAKHAM LULLABY (Romanian premiere)
M GOYA- I HEARD HIM SINGING (Romanian premiere)
J. SHARIFI-FANTASIE ON RAF-RAF (Romanian premiere)
DAZZ DAZKIEL IMPROVISATION (Romanian premiere)
D.BOHN –BAGATELLES AND EPIGRAMES (Romanian premiere)
D.WOLFSON ORGANUM (Romanian premiere)
DOUGLAS DASILVA – CZYSTA MAGIA ( Romanian premiere)
E.YSAYE SONATA III Ballade - dedicated to George Enesco
Chamber Music for two violins
Daniel Mihai and Fanica Mihai
-DOUGLAS DASILVA IT S OKAY ( Romanian Premiere)
DOUGLAS DASILVA- CANCAO DER HORTENSIAS ( Romanian Premiere)
SYRLANE MOURA DE ALBURQUERQUE- ELEGIA LUMII ( World Premiere)
ROBERT VOISEY – FOR MOTION(Romanian Premiere)
LIANA ALEXANDRA - Waltz from the ballet "The Little Mermaid" for two violins (arr. Fanica Mihai)

Vox Novus Festival Romania
Wednesday, October 22, 2015 - 5:00 PM
National College of Art, Regina Maria,
Constanta, Romania

60x60

60x60 from Nueva York to Miami

Another veteran to 60x60 will be presenting the 60x60 Vox Novus 15th Anniversary Mix at the University of Miami. Charles Norman Mason and the Living Music Foundation have been both a guide and an ally to the project since 2003. Also responsible for presenting 60x60, Composer’s Voice, and Fifteen-Minutes-of-Fame in Alabama and Florida, the Living Music Foundation has been an aid in not-for-profit ventures.

More information about the 60x composers selected for the 60x60 Vox Novus 15th Anniversary Mix can be found here: http://www.voxnovus.com/XV/60x60/composers.htm

60x60 XV Mix - Audio Performance
October 23, 2015 - 1:25-2:25 PM
Composition Forum October 23
Frost School of Music
University of Miami
Volpe 203
Coral Gables, FL

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