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Join us in the 2024-2025 Season

Saturday, Sept. 28 at 7pm

Sunday, Sept. 29 at 7pm

Friday, Nov. 15  at 7pm
Saturday, Nov. 16 at 7pm

March concerts - dates to be announced
Queens New Music Festival 2025 - dates to be announced



 

Sept. 28 Graham Studio Theater
Sept. 29 Secret Theatre

Lish Lindsey, alto flute
Thomas Piercy, clarinet, bass clarinet
Sabina Torosjan, violin
Shaleah Feinstein, violin
Tess Krope, viola
Daniel Hass, cello
Marina Iwao, piano

 

RAM Composers
Gilbert Galindo
“IV: Hope for the Earth” (from “Listen to the Land” for string quartet) (2023)
 
Zhihua Hu
“I. Antenna” and “ VI. Transmigration” (from “Ecology“ for string quartet) (2010)

Allen Schulz
"Syzygy" for bass clarinet/electronics  (2024) (World Premiere)

Seth Boustead

“Trio” for clarinet, cello, and piano (2024) (World premiere)

Daniel Hass
“Tracing the Figures of Love” for clarinet, cello, and piano (World premiere)

Guest Composers
Tyson Gholston Davis
“Absolute Zero” for alto flute with dancer (2017)

Jennifer Higdon
“Celestial Hymns” for clarinet, violin, viola, cello, piano (2000)

 

Thea Musgrave
“Canta, Canta” for clarinet, cello, and piano (1996)

Yu Zhuen
“Quintet” for clarinet and string quartet (World premiere)




Nov. 15 Maple Grove, Queens
Nov. 16 Graham Studio Theater

Risa Harman , soprano
Lish Lindsey, flute
Thomas Piercy, clarinet, hichiriki
Sabina Torosjan, violin
Aaron Wolff, cello
Tengku Irfan, piano

RAM composers
Beata Moon

“Quintet” for flute, clarinet, violin, cello, and piano (2024) (World premiere)  NYSCA/Piercy commission

Frances White
"falling away" for flute, clarinet, violin, cello, and piano (2024)

Masatora Goya
“Dickenson Suite” for soprano, flute, clarinet, violin, cello, and piano  (2024) (World premiere) 

Guest composers
Toshi Ichiyanagi
“Prana” for flute, clarinet, violin, cello, and piano (1985) (US premiere)

Cheng Jin Koh
“Trio” for clarinet/hichiriki, cello, piano  (2024) (World premiere) NYSCA/Piercy commission

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“Move over Brooklyn, Queens is staking its claim

for new-music street cred [via] Random Access Music.”
                          — Allan Kozinn, The New York Times

“Random Access Music, one of the things that has been making Queens cool.” — Brooklyn Rail

RAM presents "Tokyo to New York"
"RAM gives us hauntingly idiomatic readings of this music, winning
projections of great soundscaping art. I hope they see fit to release this concert on a commercial recording.  It surely deserves to be heard--and  I hope Random Access Music (RAM) can  give us many further concerts like this  for us to appreciate. Bravo!"

                                 - Grego Applegate Edwards, Classical Modern Music

Random Access Music’s programs are made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the Office of the Governor and the New York State Legislature.
 

This program is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.

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