Jul
16
7:00 pm19:00

Requiem fff

  • Thessilonika Greece

An astounding composition by design sound team O&A (Bruce Odland and Sam Auinger) made of four singers and the sounds of our industrial world

Apr
20
7:30 pm19:30

La Belle et la Bête

  • The Town Hall

Film by Jean Cocteau/Music by Philip Glass

Hai-Ting as the voice of La Belle

With Greg Purnhagen, Peter Stewart, and Marie Mascari

Michael Riesman conducts

More information and tickets: The Town Hall.org

Apr
13
Apr 24

Science Fair

  • HERE Arts Center, downstairs

Ready, set...Science!

Science Fair is a fully staged evening of science in song, with live experiments, slide shows, and quirky lessons for the child in all of us. Featuring songs such as "Phases of the Moon," "The Amazing Atom," "Strawberry DNA," and, of course, "Baking Soda Volcano (the real story)"

Conceived and performed by Hai-Ting with Erika Switzer, piano

Original music by Matthew Schickele, Renée Favand, Stefan Weisman, and Conrad Cummings.

More information: http://here.org/shows/detail/1734/

Mar
28
7:00 pm19:00

La Belle et la Bête

  • Tongyeong Concert Hall

Philip Glass's live score to the film by Jean Cocteau

with Greg Purnhagen, Peter Stewart, Marie Mascari

Mar
27
7:00 pm19:00

La Belle et la Bête

  • Tongeyong Concert Hall

Philip Glass's live score to the film by Jean Cocteau

with Greg Purnhagen, Peter Stewart, Marie Mascari

Mar
24
7:00 pm19:00

La Belle et la Bête

  • LG Arts Center

Philip Glass's live score to the film by Jean Cocteau

with Greg Purnhagen, Peter Stewart, Marie Mascari

Mar
23
7:00 pm19:00

La Belle et la Bête

  • LG Arts Center

Philip Glass's live score to the film by Jean Cocteau

with Greg Purnhagen, Peter Stewart, Marie Mascari

Mar
12
10:00 pm22:00

Yesterday/Tomorrow

  • Berliner Festspiele, Seitenbühne (Side Stage)

Annie Dorsen's meditation by algorithm for three live singers sight-reading a computer-generated score.

With Wesley Chinn and Nathalie Raybould

Mar
12
6:00 pm18:00

Yesterday/Tomorrow

  • Haus der Berliner Festspiele, Seitenbühne

Annie Dorsen's meditation by algorithm for three live singers sight-reading a computer-generated score.

With Wesley Chinn and Nathalie Raybould

Feb
23
8:00 pm20:00

Araby

  • Lyric Hall Theater

HOWL Instrumental and Vocal Theater presents

music of Amy Beth Kirsten, Tonia Ko, and Matthew Schickele, inspired James Joyce's "Araby."

Hai-Ting Chinn, voice

Ashley Bathgate, Cello

Nov
13
7:30 pm19:30

St. Urban

  • TENRI Cultural Institute Art Gallery

ST URBAN Salon Series Season Prelude Concert

Tickets: http://st-urban.com/season-program/

Friday, November 13, at TENRI: 70 minutes of French music, replete with scandalous texts, painterly harmonies, and revolutionary instrumentation! If you missed this program last season, here’s an opportunity to hear it. Hai-Ting Chinn, Emilie-Anne Gendron, Immanuel Davis, Käthe Jarka, and Lenore Davis performing and discussing Debussy’s Violin Sonata and Chansons de Bilitis; Ravels’ Chansons Madécasses; and Fauré's Piano Trio. Experience our signature approach to collaboration, drawing listeners and performers together for an evening of conversation and learning. (And - yes to those who have been asking - gourmet artisanal chocolates curated for the evening’s program!)

If you are new to St Urban, this is your opportunity to learn about our intimate salon series. Beginning in January, there will be four members-only events in a private home. Playwrights, musicians, writers, composers, string quartets, chocolate artist…that’s just a hint of what takes place this year from January to May.

 

 

 

 

Nov
10
6:00 pm18:00

Song Salon: B is for Britten

  • Coffeehouse Club

With Tenor Jason Weisinger and pianist James Bassi

Tickets and more information: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2433160

In 1924 Benjamin Britten heard Frank Bridge's music for the first time and was "knocked out". In 2015, SongSalon presents "B is for Britain", offering a look at the song output of these two notable Britons. Come join us at the Coffeehouse for an evening full of great songs, cocktails and conversation. If you are starved for more, stay for dinner with the artists following the event!