The Minnesota Orchestra will be performing the monumental “Gaelic” Symphony of Amy Beach this weekend, Sat. April 13 at 8pm! The event will also feature guest speaker Dr. Liane Curtis, who is the Founder/President of Women’s Philharmonic Advocacy! The Orchestra will be performing from the revised edition of the “Gaelic” Symphony available from Women’s Philharmonic Advocacy, and the edition editor/Director of Publications Chris A. Trotman will also be attending!
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This week begins the Marsyas Trio North American tour entitled In the Theatre of Air – North America Tour!
This year marks their 10th anniversary, and they’re celebrating with their first North American tour, generously supported by the HMUK Doing it Differently scheme. Join them in Brooklyn for two nights, Schenectady, Boston or Toronto, as they perform music by British and American women composers, including Amy Beach, from their recent CD In the Theatre of Air. The Trio will be performing two previously unpublished works by Amy Beach entitled Pastorale and Caprice, “Water-Sprites,” Op. 90, nos. 1&2, and the newly revised edition is available from Women’s Philharmonic Advocacy Publications!
Amy Beach, Hilary Tann, Georgia Rodgers, Missy Mazzoli, Thea Musgrave, Louise Farrenc and Judith Weir
Thursday 11 April 2019, 8:00pm
Areté Venue & Gallery
Marsyas Trio join composer/pianist Brian Mark and soprano Rose Hegele, in a concert curated by Ensemble in Process
Saturday 13 April 2019, 3:30 – 4:30pm
Areté Venue & Gallery
Monday 15 April 2019, 7:00pm – 9:00pm
Free entry MORE INFO
17 April 2019, 7:30pm – 9:00pm
Private music club
Tickets $25, to purchase please contact us at [email protected]
18 April 2019, 8:30pm – 9:30pm
19 April 2019, 8:00 – 9:00pm
Women’s Philharmonic Advocacy has a table at the 2019 Society for American Music in New Orleans! If you are here at the conference or are local, feel free to come by and browse our published musical editions, calendars, CDs, etc! Our American published editions include works by Amy Beach, Rebecca Clarke, Marion Bauer and Ruth Crawford Seeger!
The Signature Symphony at TCC, under the direction of Andrés Franco, will be performing Amy Beach’s monumental “Gaelic” Symphony tonight as part of their concert program entitled Power of Diversity!
The concert will be 7:30PM CDT at the Tulsa Community College – Van Trease PACE, Tulsa, OK. For more info, please visit here.
Also, they will be performing from the revised edition score and parts available from Women’s Philharmonic Advocacy Publications!
Mezzo-soprano Dr. Mary Brown Bonacci of Westfield State University will be performing Amy Beach’s Three Songs, Op. 11 (W.E. Henley): Dark is the night (1890), The Western Wind (1889), The Blackbird (1889) in a series of concerts in Kansas early next month! More info below:
March 2 at 2pm – Birger Sandzén Memorial Gallery. More info here.
March 6 at 7:30pm – Kansas State University. More info here.
March 7 at 7pm – Tabor College. More info here.
Two upcoming performances of Amy Beach’s music this next weekend, Feb. 23! Also, both orchestras will be performing from editions available from Women’s Philharmonic Advocacy Publications (www.amybeach.org)!
(1) The Vancouver Philharmonic Orchestra will be performing Beach’s monumental “Gaelic” Symphony in E minor, Op. 32 on Feb. 23 at 8 PM at Shaughnessy Heights United Church, 1550 West 33rd Avenue, Vancouver, BC. For more info, please click here.
February will include two performances of Amy Beach’s music by the Springfield Symphony Orchestra, the second of which will also feature renowned Rachel Barton Pine, Violinist!! Also, the orchestra will be performing from editions available from Women’s Philharmonic Advocacy, and you may learn more by visiting our publications page.
Feb. 2 at 7:30 – Their program SCHEHERAZADE & AMERICAN WOMEN COMPOSERS will feature Beach’s Bal Masqué for Orchestra, Op. 22! For more info please click here.
Feb. 23 at 7:30 – Their program MENDELSSOHN’S ITALIAN & BRAHMS will also include an arrangement of Beach’s famous Romance, Op. 23 (originally for violin/piano) for violin, harp and string orchestra with Rachel Barton Pine as violin soloist! For more info please click here.