Fundraiser Photos and Nabi Gallery Updates

Posted in Uncategorized by SYZYGYNEWMUSIC on April 15, 2010

Many many thanks to all of you who came out to the fundraiser the other week and helped make the event such a success!  Not only was the evening a lot of fun for all of us (and hopefully for you too) but we also raised a significant amount of money.  We’re well on our way to reaching our funding goal and have all of you lovely, generous people to thank!

If you missed the concert and wanted to show your support for our group, our kickstarter campaign is still running.  All donations, however large or small, are greatly appreciated and will go directly towards the production of our Nabi Gallery concert.  Also remember that due to kickstarter’s “all or nothing” policy we won’t receive a penny unless we make it to 100% of our goal.

Speaking of the Nabi Gallery concert, we’ve been rehearsing this week and can confidently say that it’s going to be a fantastic show!  It’s a really solid program and the ensemble is sounding amazing.  We’ll have more info up on the blog soon (and possibly some photo/video sneak previews), but for now we’ll give you a rundown of the program.

Fleeting thoughts of an architect – Adam Schoenberg

The Speaking Tide – Alexandra du Bois

Suicide – Ronnie Reshef

Sextet – Scott Ordway (world premiere)

– Intermission –

From Colors To Lines – Ricardo Romaneiro (world premiere)

Mehr Licht – Danielle Schwob (world premiere)

Sonar – Jakub Ciupinski

We hope to see all of you next week!  In the meantime you can also take a look at the photos from our fundraiser.  Many thanks to Alexis Sumsion for taking them.


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