Baldwin, Anderson, Murphy and More Sing Love Songs Feb. 12

News   Baldwin, Anderson, Murphy and More Sing Love Songs Feb. 12
Four song cycles make their world premieres Feb. 12 at the New Voices Collective concert at the Peter Norton Symphony Space.
Kate Baldwin
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The evening, which is simply titled Love Songs, will feature the premieres of song cycles penned by Sam Davis, Sean Hartley, Paul Loesel, Steve Marzullo and Joseph Thalken. Among those scheduled to interpret these new works are Christian Anderson, Kate Baldwin, Tituss Burgess, Katie Clarke, Karen Murphy, Sally Wilfert and Michael Winther. The 8 PM evening will also feature a new work by composer Ben Wexler. The performers will be backed by Tom Murray on piano, Steve Benson on guitar, Ed Matthew on clarinet and Clay Ruede on cello. Graham Rowat will host the evening, which features direction by Annette Joles.

In the world-premiere works, the composers, according to press notes, "lambast love or honor Eros as they see fit, in a series of four song cycles that chart the many different experiences and expressions of romance."

Tickets, priced $15-$25, are available by calling (212) 865-5400 or by visiting Symphony Space is located in Manhattan at 2537 Broadway at 95th Street.


Founded by Joel Fram, Doug Okerson and Jen Bender in January 2003, New Voices Collective is dedicated to "nurturing young composers in the creation of new works, as well as encouraging established composers to find their 'new voice' by experimenting with different musical genres."

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