Monthly Archives: January 2016

Cincinnati’s MusicNOW Festival Is Back This March 18 – 20

I’m very happy to announce that Cincinnati’s MusicNOW Festival is back for it’s 11th season this March 18-20. By keeping the festival small, using volunteers and creating a family vibe we’ve built something of a refuge for creativity here. Over the years, MusicNOW has invited contemporary musicians and risk-taking artists who do not fit neatly …

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Murder Ballades – January 26, 2017

January 26, 2017Murder Ballades Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, NC, USA Performed by eighth blackbird Buy Tickets

Delphica 1/24

January 24, 2016Delphica The Phillips Collection, Washington, DC, USA Washington, DC premiere of Delphica performed by Nadia Sirota Buy Tickets

Winnipeg New Music Festival

January 24, 2016Music For Wood and Strings Centennial Concert Hall, Winnipeg, Canada Performed by So Percussion Buy Tickets

National Sawdust 1/23

January 23, 2016Tuusula National Sawdust, Brooklyn, New York, USA New York premiere performed by Jeffrey Zeigler Buy Tickets

Murder Ballades – January 23, 2017

January 23, 2017Murder Ballades Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA, USA Performed by eighth blackbird Buy Tickets

The Most Incredible Thing Trailer

Bryce Dessner/Justin Peck/Marcel Dzama…The Most Incredible Thing….coming February 2nd. Watch the trailer.

Tuusula

Tuusula2015 Cello Solo. 10 min. Commissioned by Meidän Festivaali, Sounds from a Safe Harbor, and National Sawdust.

Works & Process 1/11

January 11, 2016The Most Incredible Thing Preview Guggenheim, New York, New York, USA Preview of Justin Peck’s first narrative work for the New York City Ballet. The ballet features a newly commissioned score by Dessner, costumes and sets by Marcel Dzama, and lighting by Brandon Stirling Baker. Prior to the premiere, NYCB dancers perform excerpts …

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Works & Process 1/10

January 10, 2016The Most Incredible Thing Preview Guggenheim, New York, New York, USA Preview of Justin Peck’s first narrative work for the New York City Ballet. The ballet features a newly commissioned score by Dessner, costumes and sets by Marcel Dzama, and lighting by Brandon Stirling Baker. Prior to the premiere, NYCB dancers perform excerpts …

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