On the 35th anniversary of the historic group "Percussions de Barcelona", the Cobla Sant Jordi and a vocal ensemble will premiere the last part of the monumental work that the composer Albert Carbonell has created for what's considered to be the first text of Catalan literature, the Homilies of Organyà.
HOMILIA V (Les temptacions de Jesús en el desert)
HOMILIA VI (La guarició de la filla de la cananea)
On the 35th anniversary of the historic group "Percussions de Barcelona", the Cobla Sant Jordi and a vocal ensemble will premiere the last part of the monumental work that the composer Albert Carbonell has created for what's considered to be the first text of Catalan literature, the Homilies of Organyà.More info
Cherry Lane Theater
38 Commerce Street, New York, NY 10014
From March 4th to April 1st, 2012
The setting takes place over the course of two hot summer weeks in Barcelona, the day on which Carlotta, an American writer, and Becky, her Jewish/American magazine publisher, have arrived from New York to the home of Catalán artist, Andrés, Carlotta's husband of 10 years to finalize their divorce papers while on their way to Avila where Carlotta is to write about her beloved Saint Teresa of Avila, and where unbeknownst to them, transformations will occur that defy "the status quo", and call upon heroic courage for embracing change and unconditional love.
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Opening Night and premiere of "TERESA'S ECSTASY" at the Cherry Lane Theater, Greenwich Village, New York (March 14th, 2012)
TERESA'S ECSTASY is a play that explores a mystical journey of change and defiance as opposing sexually charged forces look at love, politics and religion. The setting is Barcelona, where boundaries of culture, race and language dissolve as tolerance awakens within this provocative USA/Iberian triangle.
Directed by Will Pomerantz
Produced by Jack Sharkey & Jim Weiner
Starring Shawn Elliott, Linda Larkin and Begonya Plaza
CHERRY LANE THEATRE - under the direction of Angelina Fiordellisi
Avila Productions LLC presents By Special Arrangement with The Cherry Lane Theatre
Featuring music by Albert Carbonell
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Fundado en 1984, el Festival de La Habana ha contado con la presencia de grandes compositores como Luigi Nono, Krystof Penderecki, Zyygniew Rudzinski, Hans Werner Henze, Sten Hanson, Luis de Pablo, Ramón Barce, Marlos Nobre, Gerardo Gandini, Manuel de Elías, Alfredo del Mónaco, Alfredo Rugeles, Celso Garrido Lecca, Manuel Enríquez, Xavier Montsalvatge, Florentín Giménez, Jorge Sarmientos además de los cubanos Harold Gramatges, Leo Brouwer, Carlos Fariñas, Juan Blanco, Roberto Valera , Juan Piñera, entre muchos otros.More info
CATALAN MUSIC MAGAZINE
Voices and clarinet
cycle: CHAMBER CHOIR. Chamber Choir of the Palau de la Musica Catalan. Clarinet Trio in Barcelona. A. Prüssner. mezzo-soprano. Dir.: Jordi Casas i Bayer. Mozart, Milhaud, Stravinsky, Binet. Amargós, Carbonell.
PETIT PALAU. 27 FEBRUARY 2010.
by Francesc Taverna-Bech
"As stated in the program, the conjunction with the voice of the clarinet is one of the most beautiful and evocative sound combinations; not surprising then that the genius of Mozart acuity shown a special predilection for taking the Tandem-clarinet voice so singular a work night with excitement as the six texts by Metastasio and the stars speak of love of music with a warm effusions and colors. Likewise followed fragments of Marriage of Figaro that is blended into a nimble entertainment. The good work of the trio of clarinets directed Josep Fuster il'ajustada intervention Chamber Choir of the Palau constituted an impressive portico to a concert that was carefully listened to and that the director Jordi Casas led to vital communication. We could say that the concert offered two real surprises. First: listen to the beautiful opera singer Ariane Prüssner intervention in caustic Berceuses du chat Stravinsky, who singing magnificently adjusted | spirit of the score. The second: the Choir and its director expressed greater identification with the music of our time. Although not underestimate the Mozart work, we say when interpreting Quatrains VALAISAN Milhaud and the poetics of the Comptines oiselier Jean Binet, singers, conducted by houses, they achieve greater freedom and communicative spontaneity in their reading. Level also revealed in the series Beasts (Josep Carner) and the staff of Amargós and masterful composition Zodiac Albert Carbonell. With this admirable work for their Specific gravity formally, imaginative choral writing and the agility to establish dynamic contrasts the concert ended the audience listened with deep attention."
Mannes College of Music, a division of New School University, announces The Institute and Festival for Contemporary Performance (IFCP), from Monday, June 14 - Sunday, June 20, 2004 at Mannes, 150 West 85th Street, NYC. In its inaugural year in 2004, the Institute and Festival for Contemporary Performance brings together a diversity of approach, talent, and experience for a week of workshops, master classes, lectures, symposium, performers, composers, and thinkers working today in contemporary music.
The final concert on Sunday, June 20, 2004 at 8:00 p.m., will be devoted to the music of Charles Wuorinen. A conversation with Mr. Wuorinen will precede the concert at 7:30 p.m.
Guests include pianists Ursula Oppens and Bruce Brubaker; violinists Rolf Schulte and Curtis Macomber; scholar/violinist Joel Lester (Dean of Mannes College of Music); IFCP Director, pianist/conductor Marc Ponthus; and special guests, members of Speculum Musicae, Agua si, Fred Lerdahl, and Charles Wuorinen. IFCP has commissioned and will present a new work by young composer Albert Carbonell.
Marc Ponthus, Director of IFCP, has championed some of the most significant works of our time, including the complete piano works by Iannis Xenakis, Karlheinz Stockhausen, and Pierre Boulez. He was the Director of ProjectWebern at the Morgan Library in NYC. His CD of Xenakis's piano music for NEUMA records has just been released.
The Institute and Festival for Contemporary Performance is made possible with major support from The Florence Gould Foundation and The Kanter Plaut Foundation.
The concert dates are as follows:
April 18th: Third annual Ibero-American Music Festival 2004. Works by Aldemaro Romero (Venezuela), Samuel Zyman (Mexico), Tania Leon (Cuba-USA), Albert Carbonell (Catalonia), Rafael Huberman (Mexico), Jorge Sosa (Mexico). Concert at 8 PM @ "The Church of St. Paul and St. Andrew", 263 W. 86th St (at West End) New York, NY.
April 24th: "Clash" the debut concert for violin and strings by Jorge Sosa and two works by Albert Carbonell, "Concertone" (for piano and strings) and "El quadrat màgic" (for two string orchestras). The concert begins at 8 PM at Tishman Auditorium, 66 W. 12th St between 6th and 7th, New York, New York.
May 1st: "Chamber Music" by Albert Carbonell. A selection of new chamber music that will feature the debut of "Quartet de corda/String Quartet" and a performance of "Seqüències/Sequences" (quartet with clarinet), "Metamorphosis I" (sextet), "3 cançons infantils catalanes/Three Catalan Children's Songs" (clarinet and piano), "Variacions lliures/Improvisations" (piano), etc. The concert will begin at 8 PM @ "The Church of St. Paul and St. Andrew", 263 W. 86th St (at West End) New York, NY.