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September 30, 2015
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Vox Novus


October 2015 may prove to be the most intense concert month in the 15 year history of Vox Novus!

For more than a decade Vox Novus has promoted contemporary music and its creators through concerts, recordings, publications, broadcasts, and online publicity.

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 understands that without the creation of challenging, contemporary music there will be no future masterpieces to reflect our time. Exciting new music is being composed constantly, and must be heard in order to complete the cycle of creativity. Vox Novus gets contemporary music heard: in concerts, radio, Television, recordings, publications and the Internet.

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Vox Novus

The core of our events, celebrating 15 years of bringing new music to new audiences, is our Vox Novus Festival, which is taking place in New York City, from October 22 - 24. Kicking off with the premiere screening of xMV, our experimental video/music series, followed by Circuit Bridges, our monthly electro-acoustic series; 2 huge 60x60 dance programs at the Winter Garden on Friday, and 2 more over-the-top events with Composer’s Voice and Fifteen-Minutes-of-Fame at Symphony Space on October 24, 2015. For more information check out

It is impossible to celebrate all that we do, just in one city!
Take a look at these other exciting Fifteen-Minutes of Fame taking place throughout the world this October:

Vox Novus Festival Romania

Vox Novus Festival Romania
October 21 & 22

We kicked off 2015 with the Vox Novus Festival Romania, organized, produced, and directed by Maestro, University Professor Doctor Serban Nichifor, National University of Music Bucharest. Vox Novus Festival Romania featured concerts by Serban Nichifor, cellist; the World Premiere of Fifteen-Minutes-of-Fame: Cornelia Petroiu, viola, Fifteen-Minutes-of-Fame: Land of Mystery & Trolls (Eva Ingolf selections) performed by Daniel Mihai, and on March 31, the World Prermiere of Fifteen-Minutes-of-Fame: Mosaic Trio featuring 15 one-minute works by Daniel Arnold, David Bohn, Erik Branch, Scott Brickman, Inna Buganina , Jean-Charles Gooden, Cindi Hsu, Laszlo Kékszakállú, Douglas Madison, Martin Neil,Yan Pang, Juan Maria Solare, José Jesus de Azevedo Souza, Max Stannard, Chace Williams composed for the trio of OANA VIŞENESCU, violin, EMIL VIŞENESCU, clarinet, and DIANA SPÂNU-DĂNILĂ, piano at the Sutu Palace, Bucharest, Romania. The video from this performance can be found at:

The Vox Novus Festival Romania 2015, continues this October with 2 concerts. The first features works performed by Maestro Professor Serban Nichifor, cello, Andrei Tanasescu , piano, and Corina Bololoi performing works by Liana Alexandra, Robert Voisey, AG Weinberger, Douglas DaSilva, and Andrei Tanasescu : 7:00pm October 21, 2015 at Filharmonica George Enescu, Sala Studio, Bucharest, Romania. The second concert features violinists Daniel Mihai, joined by his Father and Mentor, Fanica Mihai presenting works by Liana Alexandra, Juan Maria Solare, Veronica Anghelescu, Greg Bartholomew, Julius Bucsis, Rodrigo Baggio, Tom Chiu, Milica Paranosic, Idin Samimi Mofakham, Masatora Goya, Jamshied Sharifi, Dazz Dazkiel, David Wolfson, Robert Voisey, Douglas DaSilva, 5:00pm, October 31, 2015 at the National College of Art, Regina Maria, Constanta, Romania

Fifteen-Minutes-of-Fame Verismo Trio

Fifteen-Minutes-of-Fame: Verismo Trio

Vox Novus Presents the World Premiere of Fifteen-Minutes-of-Fame: Verismo Trio. 15 one-minute works by 15 composers Jean-Patrick Besingrand, Nik Bizzell-Browning, Alex Blencowe, David Bohn, Erik Branch, Anthony Donofrio, Jason Emerson, Warren Ertle, Burton Goldstein, Shigeru Kan-no, Akmal Parwez, Gay Pearson, Louis Sauter, Phil Taylor, Frank E. Warren. Premieres", Verismo Trio Buchanan Center for Performing Arts Recital Hall, 7:30 pm on Oct. 26, 2015 University of Wyoming, 1000 E University Ave, Laramie, WY 82071

Fifteen-Minutes-of-Fame Etienne Rolin Vincent Beer-Demander

Etienne Rolin, bansuri flute &
Vincent Beer-Demander, mandolin.

Vox Novus Presents the World Premiere of Fifteen-Minutes-of-Fame: Etienne Rolin & Vincent Beer-Demander, bansuri flute & mandolin. 15 one-minute works by 15 composers Dimitrios Bakas, Jean-Patrick Besingrand, David Bohn, Erik Branch, Philippe Festou, Scott Giles, Fermino Gomes, Shigeru Kan-no, Jay Mollerskov, Tomás Olano, Akmal Parwez, Louis Sauter, José Jesus de Azevedo Souza, Jean-Pierre Vial, Mike Chi-ChungYip 8:30pm October 30, 2015 Lectures Aléatoires, 19 rue Augustins, place de la victoire, Bordeaux, France

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