NNM and JOHN HARBISON

Concerts and events celebrating jazz, poetry and American folk song, April 4 - 6:

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Visit our YouTube page to see all our videos! Here are some of the most recent:

Here’s a video preview from a rehearsal of John Harbison’s Crossroads, on Network’s Myth, Music, Truth concert (April 6, 2014):

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The five composers commissioned for Network’s April 2014 events with John Harbison–Uri Caine, James Primosch, Terell Stafford, Anna Weesner and Bobby Zankel–talk about their music,  Harbison and more. Take a look!

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Here’s a preview video of George Crumb’s Voice of the Whale (Vox Balaenae), on the Seasons and Cetaceans concert (Feb. 9, 2014):

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and a preview of Bernard Rands’ Walcott Songs with mezzo Maren Montalbano, also on the Seasons and cetaceans concert:

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Videos from two short visits to rehearsals for the Songs of Promise concert on Nov. 3, 2013:

Songs of Promise: Philip Maneval’s Tales of Purim:
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Songs of Promise: Daniel Asia’s Amichai Songs:
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Linda Reichert introduces Playing with Song, Network’s 2013-2014 concert season:
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Mark Zaki’s no one can hear you dream for solo violin, video, and electronic sound is featured on April 7 and 12:
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Maurice Wright’s Darwiniana returns on April 7 and 12, with newly mastered excerpts from this popular and moving work.
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Philadelphia composer Joo Won Park, whose music is featured in Beautiful and Strange on April 8, talks about electroacoustic music:
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Melissa Dunphy talks about June, written for the performance of The Voice Electric on Oct. 12, 2012:

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Artistic Director Linda Reichert gives an overview of the 2012-2013 season’s exploration of electronic-acoustic music! Read more about electronic.nnm season concerts.

Hesperus is Phosphorus, a concert-length work by Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Lewis Spratlan, was premiered on June 2, 2012 by Network for New Music and The Crossing:

NNM musicians shine in solo music inspired by the poetry of Jeanne Minahan and Lamont Dixon:

New music by Roberto Pace and his advanced composition students based on the poetry of Lamont Steptoe!