Event Schedule

Come join us at the concerts, happenings, and other events listed below.

NAC Benefit Concert and Open Discussion

New Music by Minority Composers and Performers

Thursday, 30 September 2021, 7pm PDT (UTC-7), 10pm EDT (UTC-4)

Live streamed on YouTube. Tickets available here.

In a collaboration with the New Arts Collaboration to fund their upcoming November premiere concert, pianists Eunmi Ko and Ting Luo will be joined by a host of other musicians, including Kathleen Supove (pianist), Vicky Chow (pianist), Nicholas Phillips (pianist), Chia Jui (Erhu), and Wioleta Kaminska (multimedia), to highlight new music by minority composers and performers. The event will feature pieces by Emily Koh, Chen Yi, Li Yuan-Qing, Jean Ahn, Reena Esmail, and others, including premiere performances of new works. This concert will be followed by an open Zoom discussion featuring select performers and composers from the concert, including composers Chen Yi and Emily Koh.

In Tempore

Sunday, 3 October 2021, 7pm & 8:30pm EDT (UTC-4)

Timucua Arts White House, 2000 South Summerlin, Orlando, FL 32806

(This event will be held both in-person and streamed live. Link to follow.)

Come join pianist Eunmi Ko, saxophonist Katherine Weintraub, and percussionists Robert McCormick and Zachary Hale for an evening of new music. Composers featured on the concert include Chihchun Chi-sun Lee, João Pedro Oliveira, Andrew Sigler, Orlando-based Alex Burtzos, and more. There will be a world premiere of 2+ by Ania Vu and Simple Sonatina by Michael Timpson. All proceeds will go to fund the initiatives of the brand-new organization, the Contemporary Art Music Project (CAMP). 

Constellations

Saturday, 9 October 2021, 7pm EDT (UTC-4)

St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church, 509 E Twiggs St, Tampa, FL 33602

(This event will be held both in-person and streamed live. Link to follow.)

Come join pianist Eunmi Ko, saxophonist Katherine Weintraub, and percussionists Robert McCormick and Zachary Hale for an evening of new music. The concert includes a world premiere of David Liptak’s Hocket and music by Hilary Tann, Ingrid Stölzel, and more. All proceeds will go to fund the initiatives of the brand-new organization, the Contemporary Art Music Project (CAMP).