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.
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.
New Haven: March 25 Discussion on Silence at Hopper College, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut.
Boston: March 26 [lecture to be confirmed] Berklee College of Music.
Boston: March 27 Lecture-Performance: “The Art of Programming” New England Conservatory, Boston, Massachusetts.
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 busy with comic and tragic music of William Bolcom, and also thinking a lot about silence these days. Other projects in the works deal with music and architecture, and also the sounds of outer space.