Program by: J.Haydn, F.Farkas, A.Dzambazov, G.Bizet, G. Gershwin, G. Smokvarski
The concept Holy Femininity is about sacred women from the past transposed into the present. It aims to demystify the sanctity of these women and translate it into new forms while speculating how these sacred women of the past would look today and whether at all it is possible for contemporary women to attain such sanctity.
Xelil Rufati shows originality in his expression through different materials of natural and artificial origin. He possesses extraordinary skill in using the technical-technological varieties in his sculptural idiom. The artworks of Prof. Nafi Jashari are characterized with consistency and progressiveness in his research of the graphic idiom. The artistic idiom of Reshat Ameti has an esthetic sense of expression, geometry, dynamic and associative narration.
Flutist Laura Falzon together with pianist Daniel Beliavsky perform a program of works for flute and piano, including works by George Crumb, Marin, Marias, David Del Tredici, César Franck and Ned Rorem.
IAC (International Artists Coalition) & SAPHIRA’S Studio productions is honored to present 15 artists from AGAV (Associação Goiana de Artes Visuais from Brazil), in the exhibition, “ O OLHAR DA AGAV SOBRE O CENTRO OESTE BRASILEIRO” ( Agav Overlooks the Midwest of Brazil).
Emilija Potevska is an acclaimed Macedonian concert pianist and the youngest associate professor in her native country. Born in a musical family (her mother is also a musician), Potevska’s talent shone through from a young age and it was quite clear that this charismatic young lady was destined to become a musician. During her bachelor degree, Ms.Potevska had the privilege to study under renowned experts such as Aquiles Delle Vigne, Boris Romanov, William Howard, Arbo Valdma and Rita Kinka to name but a few.
Celebrating Life, Honoring Love An evening to celebrate with Selma Hafizbegovic as she continues her path to recovery.
Sara Serpa is “the magical voice” according to pianist Ran Blake, who knows a thing or two about singers. Her unadorned, vibratoless delivery has been described as “smooth as glass” and her ability to sing complex vocalese lines on an equal footing with instrumentalists marks her as one of the most innovative singers of recent years. Praised by All About Jazz as “the freshest vocalist on the scene at the moment,” Serpa has risen from the Hot Clube Jazz of her native Lisbon to New York’s Village Vanguard in a surprisingly short time.
It seems to me that this is not so important because in modern art, there are no rules, there are only tendencies. Essentially, the art form of the artist’s book (an artistic book) is a modern artistic form created by the artist, and this would be a possible answer to the question. Since it is about an art product, generally the artist’s book is an individual vision and a selection of creating a policy freed from editing, publishing and marketing, and above all from censure and reviewing.
For the Brazil Project, scheduled for March 30, Edsel promises a repertoire with the best of Dorival Caymmi, Adoniran Barbosa and Lupicínio Rodrigues, and he is followed by Brazilians Adriano Santos on drums and Itaiguara Brandão on bass.
Vasko Dukovski on Clarinet, Dan Nadel on Flamenco Guitar, Daniel Ori on Upright Bass and Aleksandar Petrov on Percussion... Live at Gallery MC, part of MC Mill
A provocative film dealing with relationships - between men and women, truth and fiction, emotional and state power, like his Academy Award nominated 'Before the Rain' this new brilliant feature is set in Macedonia, but clearly relevant to us all.
As Freud wrote - "We are so made that we can derive intense enjoyment from a contrast." On March 15th at 8pm at the innovative Gallery MC, Composers Concordance presents the next installment of its 'Contrast' series. The program, entitled 'Contrast' - Scratch Vs. Squeeze,' juxtaposes composer / digital DJ Gene Pritsker, a.k.a. 'Di.J. Noizepunk', with acclaimed composer / accordion virtuoso William Schimmel.
Macedonian born, New York resident music composer, producer and pianist Duke Bojadziev (a.k.a. Duke B) will present his work for piano and percussions, performing with the world renowned percussionist Satoshi Takeishi.
A evening with Beethoven String Quartet No. 16, Op.135 in F major, and Janáček String Quartet No. 2 "Intimate Letters"
A woman within the enchanted circle of her thoughts: "Time she stopped..."
'Timeless' is a word that means perpetuity, which refers to 'a perpetual door' or 'an endless door that is piled up forever'.
Gallery MC presents Bleecker StQ in a concert featuring string quartets by Armando Bayolo, Zoltan Kodaly, Silvestre Revueltas, and Anton Webern, with the NYC premiere of Randall Woolf’s Revenge!, a 13-minute string quartet with pre-recorded electronics and video by Ladislaw Starewicz, the father of stop-motion animation.
PROGRAM Kinga Augustyn, violin & Jasna Popovic, piano W. A. Mozart Sonata for Piano and Violin in D Major, K. 301 (12 min) H. Wieniawski Fantaisie Brillante (“Faust Fantasy) (14 min) F. Chopin Nocturne in C Minor, Op.48 #1 (5 min) F. Chopin Nocturne in E flat Major, Op. 55 #2 (5 min) K. Szymanowski Arethuse Fountain (7 min) B. Bartok Roumanian Folk Dances (8 min) C. Saint- Saens Introduction and Rondo Capriccioso
…Ana Gaceva has unified her own gracefulness with her technical precision up to perfection! …She has an individual and recognizable style. She is a profound and mature artist with an impressive technique and virtuosity… Gaceva presented the subtle contents and energy of the work in its true light-musically clear, with beautiful tone and suggestive expression …