Author Archives: Renate Rohlfing

Queen of the Hudson – 2/24

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Concert InfoProgramProgram InfoMediaConcert Info February 24, 2018 7pm 11 Spring Street, Newburgh, NY 12550 advance tickets $20/at the door $25 More Info here   Program The music of Rachel Grimes: Selections from The Clearing and Book of Leaves Music for … Continue reading

Faculty Composers’ Concert – 11/13

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Concert InfoProgramAbout the ProgramConcert Info November 13, 2017 7:30pm Greenfield Hall @ Manhattan School of Music 120 Claremont Avenue @ 122nd St. New York, NY 10027 Program bis die Zeit ein Ende hat (rev. 2017) - Reiko Füting with Nani … Continue reading

Recent Works – 11/29

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Concert InfoProgramAbout the ProgramConcert Info November 29, 2017 7:30 PM Baisley Powell Elebash Recital Hall @ The Graduate Center - CUNY 365 Fifth Avenue @ 34st New York, NY 10016 Free Admission Program 93 million miles away (2016)** - Ann … Continue reading

Renate Rohlfing

Renate Rohlfing, piano

    Pianist RENATE ROHLFING is rapidly garnering a name as one of her generation’s most versatile and accomplished collaborative pianists. Equally comfortable in instrumental and vocal music, Ms. Rohlfing has performed at some of the most prestigious festivals and … Continue reading

Sankt Peter

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Happy 2014! After LONGLEASH’s December performance in Austria, I traveled to Germany and spent New Year’s Eve in the beautiful city of Cologne. I wasn’t expecting my German holiday to inspire a new-music related blog post — but Cologne turned … Continue reading

Dia: Beacon

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Dia:Beacon is a museum housed in a former Nabisco box-making factory in the town of Beacon, New York. Strangely, this is conducive to the exhibition and viewing of contemporary art. The high glass-paneled ceiling, wood floors, and open space keeps … Continue reading

Retour an Dich

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LONGLEASH had the honor of meeting and working with Beat Furrer on his piano trio, Retour an Dich, while he was in New York preparing his opera FAMA.  This was an important piece for the trio, as it was the first time … Continue reading