Due to the current crisis, I will not be on tour as planned.
The Hague, March 1, 7pm: Sneak Preview Concert: “Tears at the Happy Hour” – cabaret and art songs of William Bolcom, with soprano Rayanne Dupuis. Onze Ambassade, 102 Lange Voorhout, Den Haag, Netherlands. Tickets 7.50 to 10.00. Please purchase in advance on EventBrite.
POSTPONED Manhattan: March 24, 7:30pm: Tears at Happy Hour – cabaret and art songs of William Bolcom, with soprano Rayanne Dupuis. Baruch College Performing Arts Center, Rosalyn and Irwin Engelman Recital Hall, New York City.
POSTPONED New Haven: March 25 Discussion on Silence at Hopper College, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut.
CANCELLED? Boston: March 27 Lecture-Performance: “The Art of Programming” New England Conservatory, Boston, Massachusetts.
POSTPONED Ann Arbor: March 29 Tears at Happy Hour – cabaret and art songs of William Bolcom, with soprano Rayanne Dupuis. Kerrytown Concert House, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
upcoming events this spring and summer:
I’m busy preparing The Sounds of Silence, a radio feature on RTé Lyric fm (Irish Classical Radio) in April; and a concert of Beethoven and Cage in Cluny (Burgundy) France somewhere in early July. Plus, I’m thinking a lot about silence these days. Other projects in the works deal with music and architecture, and also the sounds of outer space.