DADA at the MOVIES: Baruch College, Baruch Performing Arts Center, New York City. 7:30pm, October 17th. (entrance at 25th street between 3rd and Lex) Details & Schedule here...
LECTURE: October 23rd: Boston University Composers Forum Lecture. 9:30am. Topic: Silence in Music. School of Music, 855 Commonwealth Ave., Boston MA 02215.
DADA at the MOVIES: The Music Room, Halifax, Canada. Wednesday, October 24, 2018 at 7 PM. 6181 Lady Hammond Rd., Halifax, Nova Scotia B3K 2R9. Tickets: https://www.themusicroom.ca/chamber-players#
LECTURE: 12 noon on October 25th: The "David Schroeder Music and Culture Series Lecture" at at the Fountain School of Performing Arts, Dalhousie University. Topic: Music and Architecture. Room 406, Dalhousie Arts Centre, 6101 University Avenue.
DADA at the MOVIES: at the Salle Bourgie, Musée des Beaux-Arts, Montréal, Canada. 19:30. October 30th. Tickets $15 to $27. In coordination with the Alexander Calder exhibition. Details & Schedule here...
Paris concert with Rayanne Dupuis, soprano. Music of Kurt Weill and William Bolcom - in honor of Lotte Lenya's 120th birthday! November 17th, 2018. Email for tickets.
world première CD recording of George Antheil's astonishing Fourth Sonata (Wergo Records 6664-2) by Guy Livingston, who has performed the complete works of Antheil.
a small taste of minimalism from composer John Adams: "China Gates" (recorded in The Hague by Guy Livingston)
October 23rd: Boston University Composers Forum Lecture
October 25th: The "David Schroeder Music and Culture Series Lecture" at at the Fountain School of Performing Arts, Dalhousie University .Details & Schedule here...
Paris concert save-the-date November 17th, 2018.
More Ballet mécanique coming up in 2018/19
Landscapes Series: Podcasts about America!
brought to you on Concertzender Radio and iTunes by the Aaron Copland Fund for Music and the Amphion Foundation. Produced and hosted by radio-maker extraordinaire Guy Livingston.
performance by Guy Livingston at Tufts University: Ballet mécanique, the amazing masterpiece by composer George Antheil, a work which defined 1920's Paris and the Lost Generation...written for 16 player pianos, and massive amounts of percussion. This new version, arranged by Guy Livingston, is for solo piano and electronics.
“American Highways” 6 to 7pm Utrecht time. Also available for streaming after the broadcast. Listen to a new show the first Friday of every month! Hosted by Guy Livingston - get the iTunes podcast Current Series on musical activistm: Keys of Change, sponsored by the Amphion Foundation