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New Music for New York: The MCE Commissioning Project
Friday, June 9th, 2006 at 8:00pm
Earl Hall, Columbia University, 117th and Broadway
Admission: $15, $12 for students and seniors
This concert will feature four newly commissioned works by New York-area composers as part of our New Music for New York commissioning project, including a work by George Andoniadis, composer of Birds as premiered by the Manhattan Choral Ensemble in 2005. The performance will end with familiar settings of folksongs and madrigals as is the group’s tradition. Join us for a fascinating night of new music and old favorites.
Tickets will be available at the door.
Directions: The Earl Hall Center is located on the Columbia University Morningside campus. The campus covers a six block area between Broadway and Amsterdam Avenue from 114th Street to 120th Street. The main entrances of the campus are located at 116th and Broadway and 116th and Amsterdam.
These entrances are open 24 hours a day. The Earl Hall entrance is located at 117th and Amsterdam and is only open during normal business hours.
By subway, take the 1/9 IRT Broadway Local to 116th Street. The Earl Hall Center is located at 117th and Broadway.