Sarah Cahill, presented by Accidental Music Festival

Sarah Cahill

Sarah Cahill, presented by Accidental Music Festival
Thursday, December 14th
7:00pm Doors, 7:30pm Show
$20 general admission

Sarah Cahill is an internationally recognized, critically acclaimed pianist specializing in 20th and 21st Century music. This year, she helps us mark the centenary of one of America’s most innovative composers, Lou Harrison, with a program featuring his work and that of his circle. The program includes four pieces by Harrison, who died in 2003, and works by Henry Cowell, John Cage, Johanna Beyer, James Cleghorn, and Frank Wigglesworth.

Baroque Chamber Orchestra

The Baroque Chamber Orchestra brings string players from the Maitland Symphony Orchestra together under the direction of Dr. Alvaro Gomez to put the best works of the Baroque period on today’s stage. The Orchestra is the newest musical group of the Performing Arts of Maitland. Its first performance was at Maitland Presbyterian Church on May 16.

Live Art: Elizabeth St Hilaire.

$10-$20 donation suggested. Please bring food or wine to share.

Alterity Woodwind Quintet

Did you know that Timucua is one of the busiest presenters of new music in the Southeastern United States? Thousands of new works have been premiered right in our living room, so we’re proud to once again bring together two groups dedicated to new music: Central Florida Composers Forum (CF2) and Alterity Chamber Orchestra.

The phenomenal musicians of the Alterity Woodwind Quintet will perform original pieces by CF2 composers Keith Lay, Chan Ji Kim, David MacDonald, Sharon Omens, and James Croson.


Flute – Carrie​ ​Wiesinger
Oboe – Beatriz​ ​Ramirez-Belt
Clarinet – Natalie​ ​Grata
Bassoon ​-  ​Kat​ ​Sleeper
Horn – Kathy​ Thomas

$10-$20 donation suggested. Please bring food or wine to share.



Louis Goldstein Performs Feldman

Louis Goldstein

Louis Goldstein was co-founder and co-director of the California New Music Ensemble and an associate member of the Los Angeles Group for Contemporary Music and Newband, in New York City. His CD recordings of John Cage’s Sonatas and Interludes, Dream, and One5, and Morton Feldman’s Triadic Memories have garnered accolades from print and internet sources as well as fellow musicians (“One of the most beautiful piano recordings ever made,” Fanfare; “The year’s best piano release,” La Folia). His most recent recording, of Morton Feldman’s For Bunita Marcus (Nuscope Recordings), ranked in the top 10 modern composition recordings of 2010 by The Wire Magazine.

$10-$20 donation suggested. Please bring food or wine to share.


CANCELLED: Fifth Annual Composers Salon

Writing Music

This event has been cancelled due to Hurricane Irma and will be rescheduled. We will be closed this Sunday, September 10th.

The annual Central Florida Composers Forum 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 community. All ears are welcome.


Null-state, presented by Accidental Music Festival


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.

$10-$20 donation suggested. Please bring food or wine to share.

New String Music by CF2

Writing Music

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 of the New York Times as “a composer to watch for.” Other featured composers are Eric Brook, Troy Gifford and Ryan McQuinn. The program will be performed by the Alterity Chamber Orchestra. Alterity Chamber Orchestra’s M[US]IC 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.

Alterity Chamber Orchestra: Heart and Breath

Alterity Chamber Orchestra’s M[US]IC Chamber series features the principal members of Alterity Chamber Orchestra in different configurations, giving each member a chance to showcase their unique artistry. This program features Alterity co-founder Natalie Grata performing works for clarinet and string quartet, along with the Orlando premier of Quartet for Heart and Breath by Richard Reed Parry. Grata and the alterity string section will be joined by friends for a new work by Orlando composer and improviser Brandon Miller.


  • Brandon Miller: Dissipative Structures II: Unfolding
  • Richard Reed Parry: Quartet for Heart and Breath
  • Julius Eastman: Stay On It
  • Joan Tower: Quintet
  • Isadora Žebeljan: Quintet

Suggested donation: $10-$20. Please bring wine or food to share. More information about this event coming up soon.

Works With Sounds student composition recital

The Timucua Arts Foundation offers a free composition class available to all who want to learn at the Melrose Center of the Central Orange County Library in Downtown Orlando.

Students from Timucua’s music composition program, Works with Sounds, will have their pieces performed by professional musicians at this afternoon concert. Free and open to the public.

Hear the world premieres of these new works by our students.

Khourshid/Volmer/Erickson Piano Trio concert

Andreas Volmer, violin
Chris Erickson, cello
David Khourshid, piano

Zoltán Gárdonyi, Dritte kleine Rhapsodie (1955)
Joaquín Turina, Piano Trio No. 2 in b minor, op 76 (1933)
Johannes Brahms, Piano Trio No. 1 in B major, op 8 (1889)