The New Paths in Music Festival 2005

Moore, Lisa, Jokubaviciute, Ieva, Viney, Liam, Cassatt String Quartet and Miller, David Alan (2005) The New Paths in Music Festival 2005. St. Peter's Episcopal Church, Chelsea, Manhattan, NY, U.S.A., New Paths in Music.

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Author Moore, Lisa
Jokubaviciute, Ieva
Viney, Liam
Cassatt String Quartet
Miller, David Alan
Title The New Paths in Music Festival 2005
Place of publication St. Peter's Episcopal Church, Chelsea, Manhattan, NY, U.S.A.
Open Access Status Not yet assessed
Publisher New Paths in Music
Publication date 2005-06-18
Series The New Paths in Music Festival
Editor David Alan Miller
Alan Oser
Total pages 1 Musical performance
Language eng
Formatted Abstract/Summary
The aim of this festival was to bring the music of non-U.S. composers (in particular from Australia, Portugal and Lithuania) to New York City in a high-profile event. My contribution was a performance of Carl Vine's first Piano Sonata, and it forms a practice-based contribution to my ongoing understanding of this piece, its important role in the development of modern Australian piano music and its relationship to an international context.

Performances will start at 2 p.m. with three piano soloists - Lisa Moore, Ieva Jokubaviciute and Liam Viney - playing music from Australia and Lithuania. This will be followed by the Cassatt Quartet. After a break for dinner, the chamber ensemble concert will start at 8 p.m.

The composers whose works the festival will showcase are Carlos Marecos, Luis Tinoco and Nuno Corte-Real of Portugal; Carl Vine, Graeme Koehne and Ross Edwards of Australia, and Osvaldas Balakauskas, Algirdas Martinaitis and Raminta Serksnyte of Lithuania.
Keyword Live Performance of Creative Works - Music

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