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Calendar of Classical Music Events, Concerts, Recitals & More

As part of the Jubilee year, Trinity Cathedral is delighted to host organists from some of the world's most prestigious cathedrals to help rededicate the Aeolian-Skinner organ, recently overhauled by R.A.Colby Inc. The series takes place on the last Thursday evening of every month from February to May, beginning at 7:30pm. April's guest artist is Jeremy Filsell, Artist-in-Residence at Washington National Cathedral.

A renowned organ and piano virtuoso, Jeremy Filsell's many musical achievements include performing and recording the complete organ works of Marcel Dupré. His Miami program includes Dupré's Op. 7 preludes and fugues and two Florida-themed works. Visit www.trinitymiami.org for complete details. 

This is the final recital of Trinity Cathedral's series, but there is also a service on May 29 beginning at 7:30pm with guest organist Rich Spotts.

Broadway veteran singers Franc D’Ambrosio and Glory Crampton honor the musicals of composer Andrew Lloyd Webber. Songs will be performed from Webber’s most famous musicals including The Phantom of the Opera, Evita and Joseph and the Technicolor Dreamcoat. 

April 25 & 26, 2014 @ 7:30pm – Angel of Music, A Salute to Andrew Lloyd Weber Featuring Acclaimed Broadway Veterans Franc D’Ambrosio & Glory Crampton


To purchase tickets, visit the Coral Springs Center for the Arts online Box Office at http://coralspringscenterforthearts.com/content.php?id=7 or call the main Box Office at (954) 344-5990.

The RRAZZ ROOM at the Coral Springs Museum of Art is presented in partnership with the Coral Springs Center for the Arts and the RRAZZ ROOM – San Francisco.

- See more at: http://coralspringsmuseum.org/public-programs-3/jazz-series/#sthash.ls0qFHcE.dpuf

Transient Glory
A Composer Spotlight on Missy Mazzoli

Friday, April 25, 2014, 8 p.m.
Kaufmann Concert Hall, 92nd Street Y
(at Lexington Avenue)

All tickets are $15, available at the 92nd Street Y box office, 
by calling 212-415-5500, or online (www.92y.org).

Missy Mazzoli's Victoire
Missy Mazzoli and Victoire

Transient Glory, YPC's groundbreaking series of choral music for young people commissioned from today's most important composers, returns with a Composer Spotlight on Missy Mazzoli, whose genre-spanning works include chamber rock, indie classical, minimalist, post-rock and pseudo-classical.

The concert features an entire evening of music by Ms. Mazzoli composed and arranged specifically for YPC and Victoire, her all-star, all-female ensemble.  The program includes the world premieres of a YPC commission - New New York Songs* - and a "Best of" selection of Missy's compositions newly arranged by her to be performed by YPC and Victoire for this unique spotlight. Among them are excerpts fromCathedral City and her acclaimed opera Song from the Uproar: The Lives and Deaths of Isabelle Eberhardt. Soprano Mellissa Hughes will be the soloist in A Thousand Tongues and two movements from a new work - Vespers for a New Dark Age.

*New New York Songs was made possible by the 2012 Dale Warland Singers Commission Award presented by Chorus America and funded by the American Composers Forum.

“Brooklyn’s post-millennial Mozart” (Time Out, NY

Featuring the world premiere of a new Transient Glory work, commissioned from Missy Mazzoli by YPC and premiered by YPC and Victoire, Missy’s all-star, all-female ensemble.www.victoiremusic.com

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About Transient Glory™

Transient Glory™ was created in 2001 by Francisco J. Núñez and the Young People’s Chorus of New York City to spotlight the children’s chorus as a serious and glorious instrument capable of making music of the highest quality during that fleeting period of time when their voices are imbued with a particular poignancy and innocence. Through YPC’s Transient Glory and Radio Radiance commissioning series, YPC has commissioned and premiered almost 80 pieces of music from many of the most visionary composers of our time, including Pulitzer Prize, Oscar, and MacArthur “genius” grant recipients, most of whom had never before written for a youth chorus.  In addition to expanding the repertoire for young singers, YPC is playing a huge role in the ever-evolving fabric of music in the 21st century.

YPC Creates New Repertoire - Transient Glory 2012, 
as reported by New Jersey Arts News

Past Transient Glory Concerts

Transient Glory Symposium 2012
Transient Glory IX 2011
Transient Glory VIII 2009
Transient Glory VII 2008
Transient Glory VI 2007
Transient Glory V 2006
Transient Glory IV 2004
Transient Glory III 2003
Transient Glory II 2002
Transient Glory I 2001
Organiste: The Classical Arts and Pipe Organ Connection
Our mission is to heighten the awareness of the Pipe Organ and Classical Arts Communities. Organiste.net is a web arts marketing service that provides a variety of e-services to keep the pipe organ and classical arts communities connected by publicizing organ recitals, classical music concerts, and other classical arts events. Special emphasis is given to all aspects of the pipe organ community with information on artistic development and education, workshops, and articles of more general interest. Directed to a culturally-educated, diverse reading audience throughout the U.S. and the world.

Services include a calendar of upcoming events of pipe organ recitals, classical concerts in Ney York, Florida, US, and the world, classical jazz and other classical arts events. To reach the public, Organiste provides email marketing and publicity services, calendar listings, media notifications, dedicated eblasts, listings of Concert Artists, Job Listings, Social Media, ePublications and newsletters. Web design and maintenance, web hosting and graphics design services are also provided to support arts organizations and artists.