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A jazz singer and new music composer of eclectic tastes, Grammy nominated and echo award recipient Theo Bleckmann makes music that is described as "from another planet" (the New York Times), "transcendent" (Village Voice) and "brilliant" (New York Magazine).
Bleckmann has released a series of albums on Winter & Winter, including recordings of Las Vegas standards, of Berlin Kabarett, and of popular "bar songs"; a recording of newly-arranged songs by Charles Ives (with Kneebody); and his acoustic Solos for Voice I dwell in possibility, and Hello Earth - the music of Kate Bush.
He also hosts the Saturday evening program, All Ears with Terrance Mc Knight, a show about musical discovery, which was honored with an ASCAP Deems Taylor Radio Broadcast Award in 2010.
Mc Knight's musical experiences - from glee club soloist and accomplished pianist, to professor at Morehouse College, and finally as producer and host of several music programs for public radio - have consistently juxtaposed the European Classical tradition alongside American classic traditions - jazz, gospel, African American spirituals and other musical genres.
She was named Distinguished Professor of the City University of New York in 2006. The National Symphony of China offered the Chinese premiere of Horizons at the opening concert of the Beijing International Congress of Women in Music. León has been the subject of profiles on ABC, CBS, CNN, PBS, Univision (including their noted series "Orgullo Hispano" which celebrates living American Latinos whose contributions in society have been invaluable), Telemundo and independent films.
Terrance Mc Knight is the WQXR weekday evening host.
The cheerful visit was a marked contrast to a ceremony being held in his absence in Pyongyang that saw thousands of North Koreans pledge their loyalty to him and remember his father who died on December 17 2011.
'Our sole centre': The first to pay tribute were soldiers, wearing dark olive green uniforms and winter hats, who swore to safeguard Kim with their lives beneath a banner that read: 'Let's hold great comrade Kim Jong-un in high esteem as the sole center of unity and leadership' Mighty fall: North Korea stunned the world last week by announcing the execution of Jang Song-Thaek (pictured being dragged into court to hear his death sentence), the uncle of the young Kim and the man once seen as his political regent His execution Thursday for corruption and plotting to overthrow the state - just days after he was ousted from all his party and military positions - marks the biggest political upheaval since Jong-Un inherited power.
"Contemporary classical music has been fragmenting into ever greater eclecticism, as demonstrated by the repertory performed at the Music of Now marathon at Symphony Space." - Part of the citywide Composers Now Festival pm - pm Composers Performers Laura Andrea Leguia Laura Andrea Leguia Quartet Branic Howard Nick Gallas, Chester Howard, clarinets Jessie Montgomery PUBLIQuartet Steven Burke Laurie Smukler, violin Richard Wilson Peggy Kampmeier, piano Anthony Korf Alan Kay, clarinet Eugene Phillips Daniel Phillips, violin Richard Wernick Robert Osborne, baritone Valerie Coleman Imani Winds Gerald Cohen Richard Wilson, piano Mohammed Fairouz Cassatt Quartet pm - pm Fernando Otero Fernando Otero Quintet Theo Bleckmann Theo Bleckmann, voice Per Bloland Idith Meshulam, piano Scott Eyerly Ensemble Pi Sheila Silver Robert Osborne, baritone Margaret Kampmeier, piano pm - pm Xinyan Li Quintet of the Americas Dylan Glatthorn Madalyn Parnas Timothy Dunne Yao Chen Neil Rolnick Richard Wilson - midnight Amy Williams Ursula Oppens, piano Evan Ziporyn Nouveau Classical Project Kevin Puts Latin American Music Center Gabriela Ortiz Bernadette Speach, piano Bernadette Speach Matt Sullivan, oboe Matt Sullivan Ken Cro-Ken, painter Miles Okazaki Miles Okazaki Duo pm - pm Laura Andrea Leguia Al Otro Lado Eva Palindrome Hunter Laura Andrea Leguia Quartet Laura Andrea Leguía, soprano saxophone/voice Yuri Juárez, guitar Pablo Menares, bass Freddy "Huevito" Lobatón, cajón Branic Howard Laurie Smukler, violin Peggy Kampmeier, piano Mohammed Fairouz Dabkeh *NY Premiere*Valerie Coleman Red Clay, Mississippi Delta Imani Winds Valerie Coleman, flute Toyin Spellman-Diaz, oboe Mariam Adam, clarinet Jeff Scott, French horn Monica Ellis, bassoon Gerald Cohen Fernando Otero Quintet LJOVA (Lev Zhurbin), viola Adam Fisher, cello Pablo Aslan, contrabass Juan Pablo Jofre, bandoneón Fernando Otero, piano Theo Bleckmann Music for voice, toys, and loops Theo Bleckmann, voice Per Bloland Madalyn Parnas, violin Timothy Kantor, violin Rose Wollman, viola Cicely Parnas, cello Sharon Harms, soprano Presented by Indiana University's Latin American Music Center and Jacobs School of Music Bernadette Speach Tania León's recent projects include the ballet Inura, premiered by Dance Brazil; Esencia para Cuarteto de Cuerdas, commissioned by the Fromm Foundation for the Del Sol String Quartet; Ácana for orchestra, a joint commission, premiered by Orpheus at Carnegie Hall and the Purchase College Orchestra; Ancients for 2 sopranos and mixed ensemble commissioned by Carolina Performing Arts for the Festival on the Hill; Alma for flute and piano, commissioned by Marya Martin; and Atwood Songs for soprano and piano, commissioned by the Eastman School of Music and Syracuse University.
In 1967, ECOSOC struggled for “independence” from the CBA.
It was the assertion of ECOSOC to break free from CBA’s congestion.
Recent awards include a 2008 Pulitzer Prize nomination for Ácana, 2007 Guggenheim Fellowship, and a Fromm Music Foundation commission in 2005. Artistic Ambassador of American Culture in Madrid, Spain.
She received "La Distinción de Honor de la Rosa Blanca" from the Patronato José Martí for her contribution to Cuban culture in the field of music in 2008. She also held a Composer/Conductor residency at the Beijing Central Conservatory, China.
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