Coffey Street Studios, 153 Coffey Street, Brooklyn, NY
Jessica Fishenfeld gives the live world premiere of “The Nothing Lamp” – a song cycle with text by Mark Campbell – as part of a recital of new and recent American music presented by Amanda + James.More info.
Henry A. Wallace Visitor and Education Center
4079 Albany Post Rd, Hyde Park, NY 12538
Singers affiliated with the Bard Vocal Arts program perform “the wound is the light is the place is” and “March: Homecoming” from “Daylight Saving” on a group recital exploring the complexities of loneliness and belonging.More info.
St. Mary’s Episcopal Church
1307 Holmes Street
Kansas City, MO 64106
The William Baker Festival Singers perform “the wound is the light is the place is”. The piece is the second place winner of their affiliated organization the Institute for Choral Creativity’s 2021 Composers Competition.More info.
“The Nothing Lamp” – a new theatrical song cycle featuring soprano Jessica Fishenfeld and pianist Mila Henry with text by Mark Campbell – will be released by Crossover Records for purchase and streaming on Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon Music, and more. The piece is about five people who are connected – despite their differing circumstances – across four decades by their ability to see beauty and possibility where you might not expect it. “The Nothing Lamp” is ultimately a tribute to the small things that connect us.
The album can be presaved here.
The Seagle Music Festival, Oscar Seagle Memorial Theater
Schroon Lake, NY
The American Opera Project and The Seagle Music Festival present “House of Legendary: A Work in Process Event” featuring scenes from the opera.More info.
Joe’s Pub, New York City
Delayed until further notice.