Standing Room Only with performances by:
Cisum Percussion - Elliot Cole - SLAC Duo - Bungalow
abstract objects by Nicholas V. Hall
Coffee Shop Covers arr. by SLAC Duo
Ore by Wally Gunn
Hanuman’s Leap by Elliot Cole
and a set of original mixes by Bungalow
$5 Beer and Wine / $10 Suggested Donation
14 Verona Street, 4B - Brooklyn, NY 11231
Sō Percussion presents a night of open readings
New Works By:
(Donations of non-perishable food, toiletries, and diapers for the Trenton Area Soup Kitchen/TASK will be collected.)
SōSI percussionists premiere works by SōSI composers
Metallic Fibers of My Brain - Brandon Carson
Parade - Sophie Cash
Loose Shirts - Rob Funkhouser
National Hottie Missing Part 1 - Lucy Hollier
Kid Gunner Brother - Darian Thomas
Group Embeddings - Nicholas Shaheed
Ghosts Etude - Margaret Kogos
abstract objects - Nicholas Hall
The Game - Yael Litwin
*pieces not in program order
Standing Room Only is an event featuring live music and art displays within an open space. Feel free to move around the room with a drink in hand.
Performances by Nicholas V. Hall, Alex Appel, LoopHouse, and Bungalow.
Doors 5:30PM / Music 6:00PM
Suggested Donation $10
361 Stagg Street. Brooklyn, NY 11206
The Association for the Promotion of New Music (APNM) presents the winners of the 2018 Call for Scores in collaboration with Iktus Percussion.
Featured composers are: Louis Aguirre, Alice Shields, Morgan Greenwood, Jeremy Rapaport-Stein, Kevin Michael Kay, Faye-Ellen Silverman, and Nicholas V. Hall.
Sebastian Zel presents a concert showcasing a sample of his work while at NYU.
CONSTRUCT - for percussion trio
Nicholas Hall, percussion
Brandon Wong, percussion
Nicholas Gigante, percussion
FEVER DREAM - for piano & electronics*
Georgia Mills, piano
FOLD - for jazz octet*
Rohan Chander, alto saxophone
Anthony Ferrara, tenor saxophone
Gabriel Fraivillig, trombone
Noah Hadland, vibraphone
Peter Enriquez, guitar
Yuuji Mitsuta, piano
Kobi Abcede, drums
Sebastian Zel, bass
NYU Composers' Collective Presents chamber works by NYU Steinhardt student composers. Room 303 in the Steinhardt building at 8pm.
Program includes works by:
Free admission followed by an informal reception
"construct (v.)" by Sebastian Zel; Performed by Nick Gigante, Brandon Wong, and Nicholas V. Hall
Come join us for the first concert of Live 45's fourth season!
"We are thrilled to be showcasing an exciting new project with our audience titled "Pascal's Triangle." The trio consists of Pascal Le Boeuf(composer/piano), Pablo Menares (bass), and Allan Mednard (drums). Le Boeuf's music has been described as "sleek, new" and "hyper-fluent" by the New York Times, and we are honored that he will be sharing his talents with the series.
The second half of the evening will feature performances by Cisum Percussion, an ensemble consisting of Nicholas Hall, Luz Carime Santa-Coloma, Sarah Bennett, and Yang Chen.
- babybot - Andrea Mazariello
- it resonates? - Nicholas V. Hall
- Gyil Medley - arr. Cisum Percussion
We hope you'll join us for a night of new music and (as always) coffee!"
**Spectrum NYC is located at 70 Flushing Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11205. Tickets are $15 Regular / $10 Students and Seniors (cash at door). FREE. COFFEE.**
Brandon Wong, Nick Gigante, and Nicholas V. Hall perform "construct (v.)" by Sebastian Zel on a program of new music based in NYC.
Pulsing & Shaking is a music festival that celebrates New Music created in New York. The festival—taking place over the course of two days at New York University—creates a space for composers and performers to present music in context. Foundational works of the past few decades are programmed alongside music hot off the printing press, in an effort to present a cross-generational picture of the incredibly rich history of music-making in our city. Eschewing labels and genres, Pulsing & Shaking is about music that lives and breathes New York, capturing the many energies and landscapes contained within. It’s not music about New York, so much as music indebted to New York.
Now in its fourth year, Brooklyn Bound is a popular series of concerts at Sō’s working studio in the Navy Yard section of Brooklyn. Casual and intimate, the concerts feature us and emerging ensembles from our local scene.
Tonight features three groups:
8pm CISUM Percussion
8:30pm Mike Mulshine
9:00pm Iktus Percussion
Each will be performing original works and written works by other composers.
first come first served
$10 suggested donation
So Percussion studio
20 Grand Ave, #205, Brooklyn
(between Flushing and Park)
Brooklyn Bound is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.
Nicholas performs with Cisum Percussion in a weekend length workshop featuring 13 world premieres by featured guest composers.
- Friday, October 6, 2017 - 8:00 PM to 9:30 PM - Scholes Street Studio
As part of the Composing for Percussion workshop, Cisum Percussion presents a masterclass with guest artist Ian Rosenbaum.
- Saturday, October 7, 2017 - 8:00 PM to 9:30 PM - Scholes Street Studio
- Fifteen Artisinal Ringtones by Brian Ciach
- frames by Sullivan Boecker
- After All Is Said by Nicholas Hubbell
- Pleiades by Sunbin Kim
- Strangling All That I Love by Kyle Lewis
- Livewire by Alex Appel
- Sunday, October 8, 2017 - 4:30 PM to 6:00 PM - Scholes Street Studio
As part of the Composing for Percussion Workshop, Cisum Percussion presents a masterclass with guest artist Dave Molk.
- Sunday, October 8, 2017 - 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM - Scholes Street Studio
- Knock on Wood by Avner Finberg
- Six Little Shpils by Jesse Greenberg
- Demilune by Kyle Krause
- Recken by Kyle Brenn
- Rose Traces by Jeremy Rapaport-Stein
- construct by Sebastian Zel
- to those who DREAM by Dave Molk
LoopHouse presents: OUT OF THE LOOP
A new concept album in collaboration with Bungalow and Cisum Percussion with music by Michael Pooler and Nicholas V. Hall.
$10 Suggested Donation
Cisum Percussion presents a program of chamber music at Scholes Street Studio with guest artist Catherine Brookman.
A set of original music and arrangments by Catherine Brookman.
All Experiences Come and Go by Nicholas V. Hall
Motion no. 7 by Nicholas V. Hall
Babybot by Andrea Mazzariello
Quartet by Michael Laurello (World Premiere)
$10 Suggested Donation
Megan Bauman Graduate Saxophone Recital
Georgia State University School of Music
Kopleff Recital Hall
Push Stop. To Go by Nicholas V. Hall (newly arranged for Guitar, Bass Clarinet and Bari Sax)
Composers on the program include Piet Swerts, David Gillingham, Jun Nagao, John Anthony Lennon, Nicholas Hall, and Marc Mellits.
Noah Hadland presents: solo percussion and chamber percussion works.
Performance includes the world premiere of "Motion no. 7" by Cisum Percussion
NYU Steinhardt, 13th Floor Penthouse Suite
Program includes works by
- Hall (World Premiere)
Pulsing & Shaking 2017: Hosted at NYU Steinhardt, Frederick Loewe Theater
Cisum Percussion to perform: Just Like That
Full program as follows:
- HALL: Just Like That
- NOSEWORTHY: Empty-Blank-Perfect
- FERRARA: Collecting Debris
- TRAN: Trace
- JOHNSON: Cædmon's Hymn
- - Intermission -
- ARDITO: gewesenheit :: anwesenheit
- MACCONELL: Communica
- LANG: Sweet Air
- MUHLY: Doublespeak
Sarah Bennett presents a percussion recital at NYU Steinhardt.
Works on the program by Dave Molk, David Lang, Steve Reich, Wally Gunn, Nicholas Hall and a collaboration by Catherine Brookman and Sarah Bennett.
Performers include Cisum Percussion, Meng-Hsuan Lin and Sara Barsky.
NYU Steinhardt, Room 303
35 W. 4th Street
Join me for a recital celebrating my time and music written at NYU.
Performances and performers include:
"Hurry Up - Wait" performed by Washington Square Winds
"All Experiences Come and Go" performed by Cisum Percussion
"This I Am Sure Of" performed by Richie Tarantola and Myself
"Just Like That" performed by Cisum Percussion
Washington Square Winds: Caryn Toriaga, Greg Weissman, Elyssa Plotkin, Allison Nicotera and Casey Cronan
Cisum Percussion: Sarah Bennett, Noah Hadland, Luz Carime Santa-Coloma, Andrew Adams and Myself
The program will be livestreamed for those of you that are interested but may be too far to travel, live link details will be posted shortly before the start of the performance.
Further details TBA!
Saturday November 5th, 2016 at 8pm.
NYU Steinhardt Building, Room 303.
Manhattan Symphonie performs at BargeMusic (Brooklyn, NY)
Mozart Marriage of Figaro Overture, and
Sinfonia Concertante in E-flat Major for Violin, Viola and Orchestra, K. 364
Vivaldi Double Concerto for Violin, Cello and Orchestra in B-flat Major, RV 547
Beethoven Triple Concerto for Violin, Cello, Piano and Orchestra in C Major, Op. 56