Nadia Sirota

new music on the viola & new music on the radio

 Mizzou International Composers Festival
Jul
27
8:00 pm20:00

Mizzou International Composers Festival

  • Missouri Theater

Alarm Will Sound performs as part of the 2017 MICF

  • Georg Friedrich Haas, REMIX
  • Don Freund, Hard Cells
  • Caleb Burhans, Escape Wisconsin (Alarm Remix)
  • Robert Sirota, Three Nocturnes
  • Dan Visconti, Psychedelia
Mizzou International Composers Festival
Jul
29
8:00 pm20:00

Mizzou International Composers Festival

  • Missouri Theater

Alarm Will Sound performs as part of the 2017 MICF

  • Clare Glackin, Dance of the Hedgehogs and the Wood Fairies
  • Carolina Heredia, Essentia
  • Charles Peck, Vinyl
  • Christiopher Mayo, Beast
  • Aaron Parker, atholhu
  • Amadeus Regucera, CRVD
  • Selim Göncü, Post-Pandemoneum
  • Henry Breneman Stewart, Wreck
Festival of Contemporary Music at Tanglewood
Aug
13
10:00 am10:00

Festival of Contemporary Music at Tanglewood

  • Ozawa Hall

The 2017 FCM has been curated by three performer-alumni of the TMC, all of whom have gone on to make new music central to their performing lives: cellist Kathryn Bates, pianist Jacob Greenberg, and violist Nadia Sirota. They've created programs filled with exciting works of both their young composer colleagues and established masters. The culminating orchestra concert will, in addition, be book-ended by masterworks by Ligeti and Dutilleux.

The Sunday morning concert will feature:

David LANG Just
Marcos BALTER Chambers
Thomas ADÈS Court Studies from The Tempest
Nico MUHLY New Work (world premiere; TMC commission)
Donnacha DENNEHY Surface Tension

Nadia will perform on the Muhly


Tessellatum at the National's Guilty Party at Basilica Hudson
Jul
15
Jul 16

Tessellatum at the National's Guilty Party at Basilica Hudson

  • Basilica Hudson

To celebrate their forthcoming album, The National will be throwing a Guilty Party at Basilica Hudson on July 14th and 15th. The collaborative concert will be performed in the round and will feature Buke & GaseNadia SirotaMouse on MarsSO Percussion and more. Video artist Casey Reas will be contributing live projection mapping for the event.

Tessellatum at the National's Guilty Party at Basilica Hudson
Jul
14
Jul 15

Tessellatum at the National's Guilty Party at Basilica Hudson

  • Basilica Hudson

To celebrate their forthcoming album, The National will be throwing a Guilty Party at Basilica Hudson on July 14th and 15th. The collaborative concert will be performed in the round and will feature Buke & GaseNadia SirotaMouse on MarsSO Percussion and more. Video artist Casey Reas will be contributing live projection mapping for the event.

Gabriel Kahane & yMusic at Caramoor
Jul
7
8:00 pm20:00

Gabriel Kahane & yMusic at Caramoor

  • Caramoor

Gabriel Kahane is a Brooklyn songwriter, composer, pianist, and theater artist.  Known for his intriguing collaborations with an array of artists in varied genres–including Chris Thile, Brooklyn Rider, Rob Moose, Sufjan Stevens–Kahane returns to Caramoor with the adventurous indie-classical ensemble yMusic for an eclectic program of thought-provoking music. This concert features the world premiere of Kahane’s new work, co-commissioned by Caramoor.

yMusic and Paul Simon at the Eaux Claires Festival
Jun
16
Jun 17

yMusic and Paul Simon at the Eaux Claires Festival

  • Eau Claire Festival

The performance pairs classic songs from Simon’s extensive catalog with cutting edge new arrangements performed by the ensemble and composed by leading voices in contemporary classical music, including Marcos Balter, Bryce Dessner, Gabriel Kahane, Son Lux, Missy Mazzoli, and Andrew Norman. Highlighting the poetry and masterful songwriting of Simon’s original works through thoughtful interpretations that reflect each composer’s unique style, this collaboration re-imagines some of the world’s most iconic and important songs with Simon himself at the helm.

yMusic plays the Look and Listen Festival
May
18
8:00 pm20:00

yMusic plays the Look and Listen Festival

  • Pratt Manhattah Gallery

Look & Listen: Helping us usher in the festival’s Opening Night at Pratt Manhattan Gallery is Ione from the Deep Listening Institute who will lead Pauline Oliveros’ The Heart Chant. Hosted by Bill McGlaughlin, the evening’s program features violinist and violist Miranda Cuckson, sextet yMusic performing selections from their latest album, First, composed by Son Lux; and tenor sax quartet Battle Trance is performing an excerpt from Blade of Love.

John Luther Adams' Ten Thousand Birds
May
14
3:00 pm15:00

John Luther Adams' Ten Thousand Birds

  • Morningside Park w 114th Street and Morningside Avenue

An enchanting outdoor performance of John Luther Adams’ Ten Thousand Birds, in its New York premiere by the commissioning ensemble, Alarm Will Sound with music director Alan Pierson. For this immersive work, performers are situated throughout Morningside Park, playing material based on the songs of birds native to the eastern hardwood forest. 

Wall to Wall Reich with Alarm Will Sound
Apr
30
5:30 pm17:30

Wall to Wall Reich with Alarm Will Sound

  • Symphony Space

Symphony Space’s "annual gift to the city of New York (The New York Times)” brings together leading ensembles to pay tribute to legendary American composer Steve Reich as part of his 80th birthday celebrations. The marathon includes Reich himself in conversation, as well as a program spanning more than four decades of his work, culminating in a rare performance of Reich’s complex and haunting The Desert Music for chorus and orchestra.

Admission is free and entry is granted on a first-come, first-served basis.