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Come hear brand new pieces brought to life for the very first time! Central Florida Composers Forum (CF2) was created to engage the creative community of Central Florida through the promotion of original and new music, education, workshops and outreach programs. CF2 features composers like Chan Ji Kim who has played in places like New Music Society concert in Seoul, Korea and is now Associate Professor of Music at the Brevard Community College in Florida and Keith Lay voting member of the Grammys who was hailed by Antonio Tommasini as “a composer to watch for”. Other featured composers are Eric Brook, Troy Gifford and Ryan McQuinn. The concert will be played by the Alterity Chamber Orchestra. Alterity Chamber Orchestra's MIC Chamber series features the principal members of Alterity Chamber Orchestra in different configurations, giving each member a chance to showcase their unique artistry. The orchestra will be directed by Chris Belt.Find out more »
This is going to be a show of ALL originals with one tribute jazz standard to the late Sam Rivers. The Brandon Robertson Quartet will perform new music that will be part of their very first Album "The Time is Now", which they will start recording next Spring. The music is a mixture of Latin, Funk, and Straight Ahead traditional jazz!Find out more »
Join Null-state co-founders Melody Chua and Benjamin D. Whiting as they unveil their sensor-augmented flute, dubbed the “Chaosflöte,” for the first time in the United States. The concert will feature premières of works, with both audio and visual components, for the instrument by both Benjamin and Melody. The concert will conclude with a special live-coding segment where Benjamin will be controlling the Chaosflöte, performed by Melody, live through code.Find out more »
The annual composer’s salon concerts celebrate new music written by local composers in the central Florida area. They are an opportunity for composers to share new music with the central Florida community. All ears are welcome.Find out more »
Louis Goldstein will perform Triadic Memories by Morton Feldman, a 110 minute piano solo has become a standard of modern repertoire.Find out more »
One Voice Orlando will combine film, music, and testimony for two benefit events in remembrance of the Pulse tragedy. The events will begin with a procession from the Timucua white house to Pulse and back to Timucua, where a presentation and reception will be held. A second procession will occur at 6pm.
There is a $40 suggested tax deductible donation to attend the event and seating is limited. The dollars raised will go directly to Proyecto Somos Orlando in support of their program which provides long term support, mental health, and legal services needs of the communities affected by the Pulse Tragedy.
One Voice Orlando will combine film, music, and testimony for two benefit events in remembrance of the Pulse tragedy. The events will begin with a procession from the Timucua white house to Pulse and back to Timucua, where a presentation and reception will be held. An earlier procession will happen at 11:30 pm.Find out more »
Hailed as one of the best players alive today, Kevin Spears' breathtaking ability on an electric version of the traditional African instrument called kalimba is often compared to music legends such as Herbie Hancock, Jimi Hendrix, Bobby McFerrin and Les Paul. Spears' music is a refreshing mix of folk, world and soul that will move your feet and stir your soul. Kevin really connected with the audience when he came in 2014. Do not miss a very special guy, playing a very special concert.Find out more »
Vocalist Monica Ryan brings a dramatic presence to the Timucua stage! A one-time resident of the Carnegie Hall “Neighborhood Concert Series,” she has performed at The Big Apple In Nonoichi Jazz Festival in Japan. Her albums recorded over the past two years include a largely improvised jazz album with pianist Chris White, titled “Sketches”; "Fly,” a modern pop/jazz concept piece exploring the life of aviation pioneer, Charles Lindbergh; a holiday album “Merry”; "Crash," music published in 1929, with guitarist, David O’Rourke; and “Windmills,” a tribute to the legendary lyricists, Alan and Marilyn Bergman.Find out more »