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Upcoming performance of Heidi Jacob's composition

Upcoming performances of Heidi Jacob’s compositions

 

Thursday, February 20th at 8 pm

American Woman

performed by the Momenta String Quartet


Firehouse Space

246 Frost St
reet
Brooklyn, NY 11211

Admission: $10

Event page: http://thefirehousespace.org/event/momenta-quartet/
 Tickets: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/535340

As part of Tania León's Composers Now Festival, the Momenta Quartet will explore the unique voices of American women composers from diverse cultural and stylistic backgrounds. The program will include works by Ileana Perez-Velázquez, Eleanor Cory, Heidi Jacob, and Augusta Read Thomas, as well as a world premiere of a work by Elizabeth Brown.


Sunday, February 23rd at 3 pm

Winter Light for violin and piano

Miranda Cuckson, violin, Yegor Shevtsov, piano


Greenwich House Music

46 Barrow Street
New York, NY
Ph: (212) 242-4770

Admission: $15 Tickets at the door This concert will include six world premieres, two USA premieres and two NY premieres featuring music by Diego Luzuriaga (Ecuador), Carolina Noguera (Colombia), Julio Racine (Haiti), Ursula Mamlok (USA), Leonardo Idrobo (Colombia), Natalia van Hissenhoven (Argentina), Allen Shawn (USA), Marcela Rodriguez (Mexico), Jay Fluellen (USA), Alba Potes (Colombia-USA), Erik Lundborg (USA), Camilo Mendez (Colombia), Heidi Jacob (USA), and Juan Orrego Salas (Chile).

The series Las Américas en Concierto showcases music from North America, the Caribbean, Central and South America of the 20th and 21st centuries. The purpose of these concerts is to create cross-cultural bridges through music, bringing to established and new audiences music that is unknown or rarely performed in the United States. The concert series gives emphasis to contemporary composers.

The Strawbridge Observatory at Haverford College houses 12-inch and 16-inch Schmidt-Cassegrain telescopes which are actively used by students in Haverford astronomy classes.

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