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RANDOM ACCESS MUSIC
presents the
2024 Queens New Music Festival
May 9 - 12, 2024


 

Secret Theatre

38-02 61st St.  Woodside, NY 11377
(2 blocks from the 7 Train 61 St-Woodside stop)

Queens New Music Festival 2024
 

May 9. 8pm. Thursday

Random Access Music Composers and Players

May 10. 8pm. Friday
Kathleen Supové


May 11. 2pm. Saturday
​To be announced
 

May 11. 4pm. Saturday
RECAP

 

May 11. 7pm. Saturday
Hypercube

 

May 12. 2pm ​To be announced

May 12. 4pm ​To be announced
 

May 12. 7pm. Sunday
Music Kart
 

See below for program information for each concert.



May 9. 8pm. Thursday
Random Access Music Composers and Players

Music by RAM Composers
Masatora Goya “How We Became Stardust” for clarinet, violin, cello, and piano
Zhihua HU “Quintet” flute/ryuteki, clarinet/hichiriki, violin, cello, and piano (2024) (World premiere)
Beata Moon “Vignettes” for electric guitar and piano
Allen Schulz “Six Bagatelles” for solo guitar (World premiere)
Frances White "falling away" for flute, clarinet, violin, cello, and piano (2024) World premiere)


WINNER of 2024 Call for Scores
Xinyang Wang “Amodeo Alley” for clarinet, cello, and piano (2017)

Performed by

Lish Lindsey, flute & ryuteki
Thomas Piercy, clarinet & hichiriki

Sabina Torosjan, violin

Aaron Wolff, cello

Jay Sorce, guitar & electric guitar
Tengku Irfan, piano


May 10. 8pm. Friday
Kathleen Supové

May 11. 2pm ​To be announced
 

May 11. 4pm. Saturday
RECAP

Percussion Quartet

 

May 11. 7pm. Saturday
Hypercube

Jay Sorce, saxophones 

Andrea Lodge, piano and accordion 

Erin Rogers, saxophones 

Chris Graham, percussion 
 

May 12. 2pm ​To be announced

May 12. 4pm ​To be announced
 

May 12. 7pm. Sunday
Music Kart
 

(Tokyo-based group of clarinet, mandolin, electric guitar, electric bass, piano, and drums)
World premieres by
Masatora Goya
Gilbert Galindo
Yu Kuwabara
Fernando Otero
Emilio Teubal



Check back soon for Full Details

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.

 

Random Access Music's Queens New Music Festival
Thomas Piercy, Artistic Director

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