2022 events





12/22/2022 - 12/22/2022

Thursday, December 22nd at 7 pm : Featuring works by W.F. Bach, F. Kuhlau, C. Debussy, T. Zografski, P. Hindemith, S. Lacaze, A. Pandevska and K. Narajan


12/15/2022 - 12/30/2022

Reception for the Artist on Thursday, December 15th from 6 to 8 pm: In front of Mice Jankulovski's black paintings, we stand in front of an endless black sea. It is the sea that surrounds the world. The last sea at the end of the world. End of the known and the visible. The beginning of the unknown and the invisible. A terrifying place where the deep dark waters of the unconscious fade into the darkness of non-existence. Black and black. A space where the laws of the world cease to apply and where non-vision reign. It is the darkness beyond the limit of the visible, beyond the event horizon. The end of the universe and its beginning. This is where everything ends and everything begins… 


11/28/2022 - 11/28/2022

Monday, November 28th from 7 pm: Pianist Marija Vrshkova and violinist Vladimir Kostov will perform film themes from American and Macedonian movies 


11/20/2022 - 11/20/2022

Described as displaying “brilliance of sound, technical mastery, and stunning expressivity” (I Care If You Listen), the violin duo MIOLINA officially commences their 10th anniversary season with a program of works inspired by words and drawings.


10/22/2022 - 11/02/2022

Tuesday, October 25th from 6 to 8 pm: The works that are part of the “More Bright than No Light” exhibition were inspired by ambient/avant-garde music by musicians such as Brian and Roger Eno, Jon Hassell, Harold Budd, Michael Brook, Daniel Lanois, and Robert Fripp, and it reflects the amorphous, abstract, mysterious, and not-so-easy to define and describe works by these music artists.


10/19/2022 - 10/19/2022

October 19th at 7 pm: Classical Music Concert with tenor Ismet Vejseli, Anesa Zajazi on cello and Anastasija Gichevska on piano featuring works by G. F. HÄNDEL, F. SCHUBERT, G . ROSSINI . . .


10/14/2022 - 10/14/2022

October 14th at 7pm: "Composers Concordance..a veritable New York new music institution of concerts, album production and multiple ensembles under a sweeping, tenacious brand, thriving on the emulsion of contemporary classical, free improv, jazz and rock, overt humor and fearless political statements, all very much in evidence..The ensemble..was masterful throughout.”- John Pietaro, The New York City Jazz Record


10/14/2022 - 10/14/2022

Event from our Friends: Friday, October 14th from 6:30 to 8:30pm: Please check info and links for address of the venue


09/27/2022 - 10/03/2022

Reception for the Artists on Tuesday, September 27th from 6 to 8 pm: "We are all made up of layers, soft and hard lines, forms, colors and energy!"


09/06/2022 - 09/06/2022

Concert starts at 7pm at Klavierhaus located at 790 11th avenue, corner of 54th street and 11th avenue: The selected programme is a diverse palette of several music styles and periods. Starting from the baroque fundaments with Telemann and Quantz, building up to Shostakovich, and leading up to the intricate rhythms in the Macedonian composers’ Jankovski and Videnovic works. 


08/25/2002 - 08/31/2022

Thursday, August 25th from 6 to 8pm: The influence by the whole pandemic situation reflects in her photography, having the elements of the masks and gloves multiplied, using an abstract manner to emphasize the fear and the limited freedom that appeared at the beginning of the expansion of the virus.


08/18/2022 - 08/24/2022

Thursday, August 18th from 6 to 8pm: In the new project, "Sound is also an artistic element", the three authors Violeta Blažeska, Bogdan Grabuloski, Sofia Grabuloska and co-authors Marko Grabuloski and Darko Taleski will once again materialize the sounds from the "Art Experiments" from 1994-1997. Using appropriate software programs and mathematical algorithms, the sound that occurs inside the artists and the sound that comes out when working with the material can now be visualized and animated.


06/15/2022 - 06/15/2022

Wednesday, June 15th at 7pm: This recital program with its creative and modern character, includes the fundamental piano works from the 18th through the 20th century and continuing to the 21st century – classical and contemporary/modern music, combining compositions by contemporary Macedonian authors. 


05/21/2022 - 05/21/2022

Cooper's music trivia question is the basis for this concert featuring the CompCord Ensemble, performing music inspired by Alexander Borodin and Fletcher Henderson, as well as humorous and/or science-inspired poetry.


04/16/2022 - 04/16/2022

Saturday, April 16th at 7 pm:  The selected program abounds with music that unites, pulsates in a unique rhythm and provides a kind of "journey" to the homeland. The goal of the works to be performed  for flute and piano from Macedonian composers is to present and actualize the Macedonian cultural contemporary work, based on traditional folk music.


04/16/2022 - 06/10/2022

Start Date: 04/16/2022 Artists Exhibiting: Steven Balogh, Natasha Das, Slavčo Sokolovski, Paul Stremple, Mensur Bojda, Robert Dandarov, Don Porcaro and Gorazd Poposki