Season 2015

2015 Season

13 February 2015

Nick Revel and Nora Krohn of Folie à Deux.
Winter Concert featuring Folie A Deux
The Composers Collective Winter 2015 concert showcases new works written for Folie à Deux, a charismatic viola duo of Nora Krohn and Nick Revel. The Composers Collective is a diverse group of emerging composers drawn together by a common passion for composing new music to be heard and experienced by a live audience.
29 May 2015

Spring 2015 Concert: Solo Piano
Come one, come all! The sun is out, the scores are in, and it's almost time for the Composers Collective Spring 2015 concert! The show will feature our amazing pianist, Jason Wirth, as well as many of our composers performing their own pieces for solo piano. We hope to see you there!
15 August 2015

48 Hour Musical
Composers Collective Presents: A (written in) 48-Hour Musical. Taking its cue from the 48 Hour Film Project, the Composers Collective is hosting a performance of their 48-Hour Musical, which will have all of the music and lyrics written and performed within 48 hours.
26 September 2015

Barbecue Fundraiser
The Composers Collective is hosting its 1st Annual “Help-Us-Pay-for-the-Orchestra” Musical Barbeque Extravaganza on Saturday, September 26th from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. at Rockefeller University, 1230 York Avenue at 66th Street, Manhattan.
19 October 2015

Copland Concert Fundraiser
Join us for a fundraiser to support the Composers Collective Fall Orchestra Concert! On Monday, Oct 19th at the National Opera Center, this concert will feature solo piano works and songs composed by American composer Aaron Copland in honor of the master's birthday.
14 November 2015

Composers Collective Fall Orchestra Concert
The Composers Collective is presenting the world premiere of 17 original short orchestral works on Saturday, November 14, 2015 at 7:30 p.m. at Flushing Town Hall, 137-35 Northern Boulevard, Flushing, Queens. Conducted by maestro David Stech, the Composers Collective Orchestra will be performing a variety of innovative pieces in numerous styles, ranging from neo-Classical to avant garde. The concert is free.

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