Past Events


2018

KhiRe
(2018)
for voice, clarinet and ensemble
on poetry of e.e.cummings
Commissioned and premiered by
NOISE-BRIDGE
Feb. 25, 2018
tonArt Festival
Esslingen, Germany
 

Die Walküre
NY Philharmonic broadcast
Directed by Habib Azar
Music Staff
Feb. 14/15, 2018
David Geffen Hall
NYC

 

Workshop of a new work for orchestra
by Miya Masaoka
for hybrid audio/visual score
with the Rensselaer Orchestra
Nicholas DeMaison, conductor
Feb. 12, 2018
EMPAC
Troy, NY

 

ECCE at
DiMenna Center

Eliott Carter: Triple Duo
John Aylward: Angelus Novus
Clara Iannotta: Limun
Salvatore Sciarrino: Tre Notturni
Nicholas DeMaison, conductor
Feb. 17, 2018
DiMenna Center
NYC

 

ECCE at
Boston Conservatory New Music Festival
George Lewis: Hexis
Stephanie Haensler: dann und wann
Derek Hurst: Anthems and Elegies
Philippe Leroux: Postlude a l'epais
John Aylwad: Mercury
Derek Rakowski: Arabesques I have Known
Nicholas DeMaison, conductor
Feb. 10, 2018
Boston Conervatory
Boston, MA

 

The Echo Drift
PREMIERE
Music by Mikael Karlsson
Libretto by Elle Kunnos de Voss
& Kathryn Walat
Directed by Mallory Catlett
Conducted by Nicholas DeMaison
Environment Design by Elle Kunnos de Voss
Projection Design by Simon Harding
Animations by Dara Hamidi
With ICE
Blythe Gaissert, soprano
John Kelly, actor
January 10,12,13,18,19,20 2018
Prototype Festival
NYC
 

2017

PEER GYNT
an original semi-staged, multi-media orchestral
adaptation of the classic Ibsen/Grieg
Conceived and created by
Nicholas DeMaison & Rebecca Rouse
Music Direction by Nicholas DeMaison
Direction by Rebecca Rouse
Object Design by Jefferson Kielwagen
featuring
Rensselaer Orchestra
Rensselaer Concert Choir
RPI Players
Kimberly Dolanski, soprano
December 10, 2017
EMPAC
Troy, NY


The Nubian Word for Flowers
Premiere Performance
by Pauline Oliveros & IONE
Score completion and Music Direction
by Nicholas DeMaison
Directed by IONE
Video Design by Monica Duncan and Ross Karre
with ICE
November 30, 2017
Roulette
Brooklyn


Vivaldi’s Gloria
& other selections
Rensselaer Concert Choir & Orchestra
Nicholas DeMaison, conductor
November 11, 2017
EMPAC
Troy, NY

Constructing Flowers
A talk on the completion and assembly of
Oliveros & IONE’s opera The Nubian Word for Flowers
with co-designers: Senem PirlerMonica Duncan & IONE
Presented at the Legacies of Pauline Oliveros Symposium
November 4, 2017
Brooklyn College Conservatory of Music
Brooklyn, NY

Premiered by ECCE
New music by
Saunders, Haensler, Pak,
Leroux, Bedrossian, Hurst
Nicholas DeMaison, conductor
November 2, 2017 Clark University
Worcester, MA
November 7, 2017 DiMenna Center
NYC

The Firebird
Rensselaer Orchestra
Nicholas DeMaison, conductor
October 13, 2017
EMPAC
Troy, NY

The Echo Drift
Music by Mikael Karlsson
Libretto by Elle Kunnos de Voss
& Kathryn Walat
Directed by Mallory Catlett
Conducted by Nicholas DeMaison
Environment Design by Elle Kunnos de Voss
Projection Design by Simon Harding
Animations by Dara Hamidi
With ICE
Blythe Gaissert, soprano
John Kelly, actor
Preview Performance
October 5, 2017
Scandanavia House
NYC

Mt Tremper Project Residency
The Nubian Word for Flowers
by Pauline Oliveros & IONE
Score completion and Music Direction
by Nicholas DeMaison
Directed by IONE
Video Design by Monica Duncan and Ross Karre
with ICE
September 15-24, 2017
Mt Tremper Arts

La mère coupable
by Darius Milhaud
US Premiere in an arrangement
for 13 instruments by Nicholas DeMaison
Presented by ICE &
On Site Opera
June 20-24, 2017
NYC

Rensselaer Concert Choir
presents
The Tudors
Byrd: Ne Irascarias
Tallis: Loquebantur variis linguis
Madrigals by Tudor composers
including Morley, Wilbye, Ramsey and Weelkes
April 22, 2017
Chapel + Cultural Center
Troy, NY

Rensselaer Orchestra
presents
Meta Variations
Works exploring a variety of variations
Bach / Stokowski: Passacaglia and Fugue in c minor
Caulkins: Four Counterpoints (premiere)
Rzewski: Coming Together
Elgar: Enigma Variations
April 15, 2017
EMPAC
Troy, NY


ECCE
presents
The Music of Franck Bedrossian
Nicholas DeMaison, guest conductor
March 2, 2017
Le Laboratoire
Cambridge, MA

ECCE
presents
An evening of music on social justice
as part of the
Social Justice Summit
at the Boston Atheneum
Nicholas DeMaison, guest conductor
Feb.20, 2017
Boston Atheneum
Boston, MA


Pauline Oliveros Memorial Concert
featuring
ICE
either/or
James Ilgenfritz
Zach Layton
and a plethora of other musicians
A concert celebrating the life and work of
Pauline Oliveros
Nicholas DeMaison, guest conductor
Feb.6, 2017
Park Ave. Armory
New York, NY


Bruckner’s 9th
Staatskapelle Berlin
Conducted by Daniel Barenboim
Music Staff
Broadcast directed by Habib Azar
Jan.29, 2017
Carnegie Hall
NYC

Philharmonic Young Peoples Concerts
Music Staff
Directed by Habib Azar
Jan.17-20, 2017
David Geffen Hall
NYC

Beethoven’s Emperor & Brahms 3
Music Staff
Live Facebook broadcast
Broadcast directed by Habib Azar
Jan.14, 2017
David Geffen Hall
NYC
 


2016

President’s Annual Holiday Concert
featuring the Rensselaer Orchestra
Musica de Profundis
Ives: The Unanswered Question
Shostakovich: Piano Trio no. 2
Tchaikovsky: Symphony 4
December 18, 2016
EMPAC
Troy, NY

Tragic Sublime
Rensselaer Orchestra
Mozart: Symphony 40
Wagner: Siegfreid’s Funeral March
Brahms: Tragic Overture
November 19, 2016
EMPAC
Troy, NY

Young Americans
Rensselaer Choir presents
new works by American composers
November 11, 2016
Chapel + Cultural Center
Troy, NY

Richard Tucker Gala Concert
Music Staff
Directed by Habib Azar
October 30, 2016
Carnegie Hall
NYC


NY Philharmonic Season Opening Gala
Music Staff
Directed by Habib Azar
September 21, 2016
David Geffen Hall
NYC
 

All Star Orchestra
Music Staff
Aug. 28 – 31, 2016
SUNY Purchase
 

Walden School Creative Musicians Retreat
Director of Choral Activities
June 15 – 25, 2016
@ the Dublin School
Dublin, NH
 

James Ilgenfritz presents
Anagram Ensemble
Nicholas DeMaison, guest conductor
June 12, 2016
The Firehouse Space
Brooklyn, NY
 
US Premiere of
The Little Match Girl
(Das Mädchen mit den Schwefelhölzern)
an opera by
by Helmut Lachenmann
Music Direction by John Kennedy
(Live electronics performance)
May 19 – June 4, 2016
Spoleto Festival USA
Memminger Auditorium
Charleston, SC

 

The Nubian Word For Flowers
a new opera
by Pauline Oliveros & Ione
Preview performance
ICE
Video by Ross Karre
May 4, 2016
CRAIVE Lab
Troy, NY
 
 

Spring Music Days
Rensselaer Orchestra
Concert Choir &
Chamber Ensembles
April 15, 20, 29, 30, May 3, 2016
EMPAC Concert Hal
Chapel + Cultural Center
Troy, NY
 

The Music of Salvatore Sciarrino
Infinito Nero (1988)
L’altro Giardino (2009) (US premiere)
Lo spazio inverso (1985)
Curated by Argeo Ascani
April 14, 2016
EMPAC Concert Hall
Troy, NY
 

John Cage: Man & Myth
DVD release & panel discussion
with directors Mitch Corber & Joshua Pierce
April 2, 2016
WhiteBox Art Center
New York, NY
 

from perfect nowhere
andPlay duo
String Theories Festival
sponsored by the String Orchestra of Brooklyn
March 22, 2016
Roulette
Brooklyn, NY
Listen to from perfect nowhere
 

Stage premiere of
The Astronaut’s Tale
by Charles Fussell
Libretto by Jack Larson
Presented by Encompass New Opera Theater
and BAM
January 28, 29, 30, 31, 2016
BAM Fisher
Brooklyn Academy of Music
Brooklyn, NY
 


2015

Rensselaer Orchestra
President’s Annual Holiday Concert
Dvorak Symphony 9 “From the New World”
Dec.13, 2015
EMPAC Concert Hall
Troy, NY
Concert Video available here
 

Rensselaer Concert Choir
Choral Folk
Selections by Brahms, Ligeti, Kutev
and from the Sacred Harp
Nov.21, 2015
Chapel + Cultural Center
Troy, NY
 

Rensselaer Orchestra
Lunchtime concert at EMPAC
Debussy | Petite Suite
Mozart | Symphony 35
Nov.20, 2015
EMPAC Concert Hall
Troy, NY
 

Jerome Kitzke at 60
Produced by Tribeca New Music
November 13 & 14, 2015
DiMenna Center
NYC
 

Premiere of
Hagoromo
by Nathan Davis
featuring
Wendy Whalen & Jock Soto
Puppets by Chris Green
Performed by ICE
Produced by
BAM Next Wave & AOP
November 3,5,6,7,8, 2015
BAM Harvey Theater
Brooklyn, NY
 

The Ticket That Exploded
by James Ilgenfritz
with Anagram Ensemble
October 14, 2015
The Stone
NYC
Performance video available here
 

Live From Lincoln Center
NY Philharmonic Season Opening Gala
Directed by Habib Azar
September 24, 2015
Avery Fisher Hall
NYC
 

CD Release
AXIS: The Music of Lewis Nielson
featuring Steven Schick
redfishbluefish
JACK Quartet
Nicholas DeMaison
July 31, 2015
Mode Records
 

Walden School Creative Musicians Retreat
Director of Choral Activities
June 10 – 22, 2015
@ the Dublin School
Dublin, NH
 

Beijing Modern Music Festival
Chinese premiere of
Encounter
A new opera by
Mojaio Wang
May 24 – June 2, 2015
National Centre for the Performing Arts
Beijing, China

 

Rensselaer Orchestra
Erica Ball | révérence (2015 / premiere)
Beethoven | Symphony 4
Grieg | Piano Concerto
with piano soloist, Arhant Rao
May 9, 2015
EMPAC Concert Hall
Troy, NY
Concert recording of révérence available here
 

Chamber Music MARATHON
Students in the Rensselaer Chamber Music Program
present music for small ensembles
April 29, 2015
EMPAC Studio 2
Troy, NY
 

Monday Evening Concerts
The Music of Lewis Nielson
Formalist Quartet
Jonathan Hepfer, percussion
Alice Teyssier, soprano
Nicholas DeMaison, conductor
April 27, 2015
Zipper Concert Hall at The Colburn School
Los Angeles, CA
 

New Music at Rensselaer
Zach Layton | Orchestra in the Expanded Field (2015 / premiere)
Kelly Michael Fox | Accretion (2014)
Matt Wellins | (premiere)
Nicholas DeMaison | from perfect nowhere (2014)
featuring the Rensselaer Orchestra &
andPlay duo
April 23, 2015
EMPAC Concert Hall
Troy, NY
 

Recording
from perfect nowhere (2014)
featuring andPlay duo
April 22, 2015
EMPAC Concert Hall
Troy, NY
 

Rensselaer Concert Choir
Bach | Cantata 150
Kim Diehnelt | si vis amari ama (2014)
Fauré | Cantique de Jean Racine
Messiaen | O Sacrum Convivum
Pauline Oliveros | Rock Piece (1979)
April 19, 2015
St. Paul’s Church
Troy, NY
 

Encounter
a new opera by Mojiao Wang

April. 10, 2015
Manhattan School of Music
New York, NY
 

CD Release
The Ticket That Exploded
an opera
by James Ilgenfritz & Jason Ponce
featuring Anagram Ensemble
Nicholas DeMaison
March 21, 2015
The Cake Shop
NYC

 

Young Persons Concert
by the New York Philharmonic
March 6, 2015
Avery Fisher Hall
NYC
 

Music at Noon
featuring the Rensselaer Orchestra
Mendelssohn | Hebrides Overture
Schubert | Symphony 8
Dvorák | Slavonic Dance #8
Feb. 10, 2015
Troy Savings Bank Music Hall
Troy, NY
 


2014

NY Philharmonic
New Years Eve Concert Live Broadcast

Directed by Lonny Price
Dec. 31, 2014
New York City / PBS
 

andPlay
Premiere of
from perfect nowhere
for Violin and Viola
Dec. 15, 2014
Brooklyn, NY
 

andPlay
Premiere of
from perfect nowhere
for Violin and Viola
Dec. 15, 2014
Brooklyn, NY
 

Rensselaer Orchestra
President’s Annual Holiday Concert
featuring the Rensselaer Orchestra & Concert Choir
and Members of the Albany Symphony Orchestra
Sigurbjornsson | Heyr Himna Smithur
Victoria | O Magnum Mysterium
Nicholas DeMaison | the third, everywhere, descending(2014 / premiere)
Copland | Appalachian Spring
Mozart | Overture to the Marriage of Figaro
Dvorák | Slavonic Dances 1,2,8,10
Handel | Music for the Royal Fireworks
Dec.14, 2014
EMPAC Concert Hall
Troy, NY
Concert video available here
 

Rensselaer Orchestra
Kelly Michael Fox | Accretion (premiere)
Borodin | In the Steppes of Central Asia
Mendelssohn | Hebrides Overture
Schubert | Symphony 8
Nov. 22, 2014
EMPAC Concert Hall
Troy, NY
Listen to a concert recording of Schubert here
 

Rensselaer Concert Choir
Music from Perotin to Pärt
Nov. 16, 2014
Chapel + Cultural Center
Troy, NY
 

Rensselaer Concert Choir
14th Annual Joy of Troy Choirfest
Nov. 15, 2014
Joy of Troy Community Church
Troy, NY
 

Rensselaer Chamber Ensembles
Students in the RPI Chamber Music Program
present music for small ensembles
Nov. 11, 2014
EMPAC Studio 2
Troy, NY
 

All Star Orchestra
Music Staff
Aug. 25 – 28, 2014
SUNY Purchase
 

National Youth Orchestra
Live Webcast
Directed by Habib Azar
July 22, 2014
Carnegie Hall
NYC

 

Walden School Creative Musicians Retreat
Director of Choral Activities
June 11 – 23, 2014
@ the Dublin School
Dublin, NH
 

Ensemble Sans Maître
El Descanso del Guerrero (premiere)
by Lewis Nielson
Nicholas DeMaison, guest conductor
May 31, 2014
Tenri Cultural Institute
NYC
 

Buffalo Nation (Bison Bison)
by Jerome Kitzke
Nicholas DeMaison, guest conductor
May 23, 2014
Music at First
First Presbyterian Church
Brooklyn, NY
 

Rensselaer Concert Choir
Nicholas DeMaison, conductor
William Byrd’s Mass for Four Voices
with motets by
Byrd, Tallis, Duruflé, Mallonée, and Wylkynson
May 4, 2014
St Paul’s Church
Troy, NY

 

Ensemble Moto Perpetuo
Philippe Manoury Portrait Concert
Nicholas DeMaison, Conductor
Passacaille pour Tokyo
with Julia Den Boer, piano
Gesänge-Gedanken (US PREMIERE)
with Christina Ascher, alto
May 2, 2014
Lang Hall @ Hunter College
NYC

 

Rensselaer Orchestra
Nicholas DeMaison, conductor
Weber; Overture to Der Freischütz
Sibelius; Symphony 2
Tchaikovsky; Suite from Swan Lake
May 1, 2014
EMPAC Concert Hall
Troy, NY

 

RPI Chamber Music
Students in the RPI Chamber Music Program
present music for small ensembles
April 15, 2014
EMPAC Studio 2
Troy, NY

 

Oxford Study no.1 (2014)
(premiere)
Sheep Island Ensemble
Conducted by James Blachly
Feb. 2, 2014
Hungarian House
New York, NY

 

NY Philharmonic Young Persons Concerts
& Chinese New Year

(score reader / music staff)
Jan. 28 – Feb.1, 2014
Avery Fisher Hall
New York, NY
 

Music of James Hoff
Nicholas DeMaison, conductor
Jan. 29, 2014
Nicelle Beauchene Gallery
New York, NY
 


2013

Remsselaer Chamber Music
Students in the RPI Chamber Music Program
present music for small ensembles
Nov.19, 2013
EMPAC Studio 2
Troy, NY
 

President's Annual Holiday Concert
Nicholas DeMaison, conductor
Performances by the Rensselaer Orchestra
& Rensselaer Concert Choir
Music by Bruckner, Monteverdi, Handel,
Sibelius, J. Strauss Jr. and others
Dec.15, 2013
EMPAC Concert Hall
Troy, NY
 

Music of Artist in Residence, James Hoff
Nicholas DeMaison, conductor
Dec.11, 2013
Issue Project Room
Brooklyn, NY
 

Rensselaer Orchestra
Nicholas DeMaison, conductor
Debut Concert
Tchaikovsky; Symphony no.2
Beethoven; Coriolan Overture
Selections by Pauline Oliveros and James Tenney
Nov.23, 2013
EMPAC Concert Hall
Troy, NY
 

Rensselaer Concert Choir
Nicholas DeMaison, conductor
Selections by Bruckner, Monteverdi, Ligeti, Byrd and others
Nov.17, 2013
Chapel + Cultural Center
Troy, NY
 

NY Philharmonic Season Opening Gala
(score reader / music staff)
Sept. 25, 2013
Avery Fisher Hall
New York, NY
 

Norfolk Chamber Music Festival
June – August 2013
Norfolk, CT

 

A Dancer’s Dream
New York Philharmonic &
Giants Are Small
Stravinsky’s Petroushka & The Fairy’s Kiss
Directed by Doug Fitch
(score reader / music staff)
June 27-29, 2013
Avery Fisher Hall
New York, NY

 

Three Years of Light (II) (2012)
June in Buffalo Festival
June 3 – 9, 2013
Center for 21st Century Music
Buffalo NY

 

The Long Shadow of Gesualdo
Florilegium Chamber Choir
Nicholas DeMaison, music director
Music by Gesualdo, Messiaen, Harvey, and Penderecki
June 2, 2013
Trinity Lutheran Church
NYC

 

Iktus Perucssion
Presented by Ear Heart Music
Stockhausen: KONTAKTE
Nono: SOFFERTE ONDE SERENE
Hurel: INTERSTICES
Nicholas DeMaison, Conductor
May 21, 2013
Roulette
Brooklyn, NY

 

AXIS
by Lewis Nielson
with Steven Schick, percussion, and JACK Quartet
Nicholas DeMaison, conductor
Recording for Mode Records: “Music of Lewis Nielson”
May 15-19, 2013
Oktaven Studios
Yonkers NY

 

Pierrot Lunaire
by Arnold Schoenberg
Nicholas DeMaison, conductor
with Nani Fueting, Rezitation
March 23, 2013
Manhattan School of Music
 
 

Le Labyrinth de Chartres (2012-13)
Sinopia Trio
March 21, 2013
New Hampshire

 

Ensemble Sospeso
Presented by Ear Heart Music
Lewis Nielson: Those Who Do Not Move (Premiere)
Simon Bainbridge: Tenebrae (US Premiere)
Mark Andre: da (US Premiere)
Nicholas DeMaison, Conductor
March 19, 2013
Roulette
Brooklyn, NY

 

La Comedia Tedesca
(The German Comedia)
Florilegium Chamber Choir
Nicholas DeMaison, music director
JS Bach: Cantata 131
Reiko Füting: a newly commissioned work
Anton Bruckner: Te Deum
with guest artists Nani Füting, Adrian Roasas, Peter Tantsits,
Peter Adrian and Walter Hilse
March 3, 2013
Trinity Lutheran Church
NYC

 

Ensemble Moto Perpetuo
Music by Per Bloland and Jason Eckardt
Nicholas DeMaison, Conductor
Feb.22, 2013
Temp Art Space
NYC

 

Iktus Percussion Ensemble
with Julia DenBoer, piano
Concert program to include
Three Years of Light (II) (2012)
Music at First
Jan 25, 2013
First Presbyterian Church
Brooklyn NY

 

ASCAP Nissim Prize
2013 Jury member
January 2013
NYC

 


2012

Orchestra Sempiternam
presents
A Concert for Newtown
Gustav Mahler: KINDERTOTENLIEDER
and other selections by
Elgar, Schumann, Fauré and Mahler
with
Rebecca Ringle, mezzo soprano
and
Jihee Kim, soprano
December 22, 2012
St. Peter’s Lutheran Church
Norwalk, CT

 

Pierrot Lunaire
by Arnold Schoenberg
Nicholas DeMaison, conductor
with Nani Fueting, Rezitation
November 19, 2012
Manhattan School of Music
 

 

The Eleventh Minute of the Eleventh Hour
a concert for Armistice Day
Florilegium Chamber Choir
Nicholas DeMaison, music director
music by
Tallis, Byrd, Ives, Whitacre, Barber and Cage
November 11, 2012
Trinity Lutheran Church
New York City

 

The Vienna Rite
a chamber opera by Judith Berkson
with Yarn/Wire
Nicholas DeMaison, Music Direction
Nov 2/3, 2012
Roulette, Brooklyn NY

 

Iktus Percussion Ensemble
Nicholas DeMaison, guest conductor
with Julia DenBoer, piano
Concert program to include
Three Years of Light (II) (2012)
Masterclasses tbd
William Patterson University, NJ
Oct 5, 2012
Michigan State University, MI
Oct 10/11, 2012
Grand Valley State University, MI
Oct 12, 2012
Oberlin Conservatory, OH
Oct 13/14, 2012

 

Le Labyrinth de Chartres (2012)
a new work in progress for piano and two percussion
presented in a preview performance by
Sinopia Trio
September 7, 2012
Boston Conservatory
Boston, MA

 

PBS Mini-series Taping
“All-Star Orchestra”
with Gerard Schwarz
August 27-30, 2012
New York City

 

Norfolk Chamber Music Festival
Composition retreat
June – August 2012
Norfolk, CT

 

Ensemble Moto Perpetuo Retreat
Nicholas DeMaison, Conductor
June 9-10, 2012
Franklin, NY

 

The Telscope of History
Florilegium Chamber Choir
Nicholas DeMaison, music director
World premieres by
Lewis NielsonErica Ball
Caroline Mallonée & Nicholas DeMaison
with Emily DuFour, cello
May 20, 2012
Trinity Lutheran Church
New York City

 

Iktus Percussion Ensemble
Nicholas DeMaison, guest conductor
with Julia DenBoer, piano
May 11, 2012
SUNY Stonybrook

 

Picking Up the Pieces
KAFKA FRAGMENTS
by György Kurtág
presented by Ensemble Sospeso & The Czech Center NY
featuring Tony Arnold (voice)
and Movses Pogossian (violin)
May 10, 2012
Bohemian National Hall
New York, NY

 

Iktus Percussion Ensemble
Nicholas DeMaison, guest conductor
with Julia DenBoer, piano
March 14, 2012
Suffolk County Community College

 

The Ticket That Exploded
a new opera based on the writings of William S Burroughs
by James Ilgenfritz
Nicholas DeMaison, music director
March 13, 2012
Hunter College, Lang Recital Hall
New York, NY

 

Musik aus Wien
Florilegium Chamber Choir
Nicholas DeMaison, music director
with the Mivos Quartet
March 4, 2012
Trinity Lutheran Church
New York City

 

The Machine Breathes
Luigi Nono: LA LONTANANZA NOSTALGICA UTOPICA FUTURA
Pierre Boulez: DIALOGUE DE L’OMBRE DOUBLE
Mark Menzies: SWONGERING BUTTERFLY
presented by Ensemble Sospeso
featuring Mark Menzies (violin) and
Alicia Lee (clarinet)
Concert Environment by Lisa Marks & The Art of Tension
March 2, 2012
Mary Flagler Cary Hall, The DiMenna Center
New York City

 

Sextuor: L’Origine des espèces

by Georges Aperghis
Performed by vocalists Silvie Jensen, Gelsey Bell, Christie Finn,
Amirtha Kidambi, Megan Schubert,
and cellist Émilie Girard-Charest
Nicholas DeMaison, Music Director
Jeremy Bloom, Director
Preview Performance with Experiments in Opera
Jan. 16, 2012
Le Poisson Rouge
Performances
Feb.2,3,4, 2012
Joria Productions, 260 W 36th St, 3rd Floor


2011

Winter Composer Residency
High Concept Laboratories
December 9 – 22, 2011
Chicago, IL

 

For Christian Wolff
by Morton Feldman
presented by Ensemble Sospeso and Issue Project Room
featuring Amelia Lukas (flute) and Nicholas DeMaison (keyboards)
December 8, 2011
Issue Project Room Brooklyn, NY

 

Ensemble Moto Perpetuo Premiere Concert
featuring music by Jason Eckardt, Anna Thorvalds,
and the US Premiere of Instants Pluriels
for two chamber orchestras and two conductors
by Philippe Manoury
Nicholas DeMaison, Guest Conductor
December 4, 2011
The DiMenna Center New York City
Doors at 7pm, concert at 7:30pm