April 5, 2017 8:00 PM Lang Recital Hall @ Hunter College 695 Park Ave New York, NY 10065 Free Admission PROGRAM Longleash performs new works by students from Hunter College and the CUNY Graduate Center.
November 16, 2016. The Cosmopolitan Club 122 E 66th St, New York, NY 10065 PROGRAM Piano Trio | Charles Ives Longleash presents an interactive performance exploring Charles Ives’s Trio, and the various hymns, marching band numbers, fiddle tunes, and popular songs that Ives … Continue reading
February 11, 2017. Scandinavia House 58 Park Avenue New York, NY 10016 $10 – $20 Admission PROGRAM Brontal Symmetry | Scott Wollschleger Traumlieder | Hans Abrahamsen Light and Matter | Kaija Saariaho Shades of Silence | Anna Thorvaldsdottir* In My Beginning is My End … Continue reading
April 17, 2017. University of Nebraska – Kearney Fine Arts Recital Hall 2504 9th Ave, Kearney, NE 68849 Free Admission PROGRAM: Piano Trio – Anthony Donofrio Die Fenster des Universums – Klaus Lang Passing Through, Staying Put – Christopher Trapani Piano Trio – Nils Vigeland Light and Matter – Kaija … Continue reading
November 13th, 2016. 3PM Third Life Studio 33 Union Square, Somerville, MA $10 General Admission PROGRAM Brontal Symmetry – Scott Wollschleger Icebloom – Chris Swithinbank Il colore dell’ombra – Clara Iannotta L’idée sans l’ideal – Richard Carrick
Installations @ The Motherhouse August 20, 2016. 2 PM The Loretto Motherhouse Site-specific sound installations by Loretto Project participants: Zak Argabrite, Kayla Cashetta, Andrew Maxbauer, Matt Simon For directions to the Motherhouse click here.
June 30th, 2015. 7:00 PM Parish Hall. Canterbury, NH Longleash presents an interactive performance exploring Charles Ives’s Trio, and the various hymns, marching band numbers, fiddle tunes, and popular songs that Ives quotes.
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
Ins Licht opens with an explosive, stark unison on C between cello and piano. The cello plays extremely close to the bridge, fracturing the note into continuously fluctuating overtones. The piano’s C dissipates naturally over the 19 bars it is … Continue reading