Andrew Rudin, Composer

Past Events

Current Events

CHIAROSCURO (Septet)

Date: Fri. 04/27/12 Time: 07:30 PM
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Cost: admission free
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Sonata for CELLO and Piano

Date: Sun. 04/29/12 Time: 07:00 PM
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Premiere: SONATA FOR PIANO (2013)

Date: Sun. 05/05/13 Time: 03:00 PM
Location:

SPECTRUM, 121 Ludlow St. NYC (Second Floor)

Half block north of Delancey; a block from the Essex/Delancey stop of the F, M, J and Z trains.

Program:

Program includes works of Schubert, Brahms, Del Tredici, Wheeler, and Wyner.

Cost: $15/$10 students
Contact:

www.spectrumnyc.com

Sonata for Violin and Piano at Voices of Change

Date: Sun. 05/05/13 Time: 07:30 PM
Location:

Caruth Auditorium at SMU (Pre-Concert Lecture at 6:30 PM)

Program:

Derek Bermel:

 Cat Calls (brass quintet)

Paul Hayden:

 Grand Mamou (flute, piano)

Derek Bermel:

 Twin Trio (flute, clarinet, piano)

Andrew Rudin:

 Sonata for violin and piano

Derek Bermel:

 Schizm* (clarinet, piano)

Derek Bermel:

 Mulatosh Stomp* (clarinet, violin, piano)

*featuring Derek Bermel, clarinet

 

Cost: $25 advance, $30 at the door
Contact:

http://voicesofchange.com/concerts-events/

CELLO SONATA at 1807 & Friends

Date: Mon. 05/06/13 Time: 07:30 PM
Location:

The Academy of Vocal Arts
1920 Spruce Street
Philadelphia, PA

Program:

Cellist Lloyd Smith and pianist Marcantonio Barone will present Andrew Rudin's Sonata for Cello & Piano

Also on the program are trios by Haydn and Tchaikowsky

Cost: $17
Contact:

1807friends.org

215-0438-4027 or 215-978-0969

Bowerbird presents MEETING MOOG: The Early Electronic Music of Andrew Rudin

Date: Fri. 02/21/14 Time: 08:00 PM
Location:

The Rotunda
4014 Walnut Street
Philadelphia


Program:

Program includes: 

IL GIUOCO (The Game) 1966  with film
TRAGOEDIA
1969 live visuals by Peter Price

PAIDEIA
1967 with film

Cost: FREE
Contact:

www.Bowerbird.org

Preview Recital

Date: Sun. 03/02/14 Time: 05:00 PM
Location:

 

Montclair Unitarian Church
67 Church St.
Montclair, NJ


Program:

SAM MAGILL, cello; BETH LEVIN, piano

Andrew Rudin: CELLO SONATA
 and works by Barber, Roger Stubblefield (premier), and Beethoven

Cost: free
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CELLO SONATA

Date: Sun. 03/09/14 Time: 04:00 PM
Location:

BARGEMUSIC
Fulton Ferry Landing
Brooklyn, NY 11201

Program:

Cellist Sam Magill, and Pianist Beth Levin

 in a recital of Rudin, Barber, Stubblefield,
and Beethoven's Kreutzer Sonata, in a transcription by Carl Czerny.

Cost: $35 ($30 senior; $15 student)
Contact:

http://bargemusic.org
718-624-4924

Piano music of ANDREW RUDIN

Date: Sun. 03/16/14 Time: 05:00 PM
Location:

Jacobs Music Store
1409 Route 70 East,  Barclay Farms Shopping Center
Cherry Hill, NJ 08002

Program:

With the participation of pianists Beth Levin and Duo Venti Dita (Marvin Rosen & Alison Neely)
Andrew Rudin will present his compositions for piano.  Q & A with the composer and artists will follow.

Cost: Voluntary Donation Requested
Contact:

Steinway.societysj@verizon.net
856-663-8888

VIOLIN SONATA

Date: Thu. 04/10/14 Time: 07:00 PM
Location:

BARGEMUSIC
Fulton Ferry Landing
Brooklyn, NY 11201

Program:

Celebrating Andrew Rudin's 75th Birthday
MIRANDA CUCKSON
, violin & STEVE BECK, piano
Program:  Rudin: Violin Sonata, Babbitt: "Little Goes a Long Way", Sessions:  "From My Diary", Fernyhough:  "Intermedio all Ciaconna", Bartok:  Violin Sonata #1

Cost: $35 ($30 senior; $15 student)
Contact:

http://bargemusic.org
718-624-4924

RADIO INTERVIEW

Date: Wed. 05/14/14 Time: 09:00 AM
Location:

WPRB 103.3 FM Princeton University Radio

Program:

Please join us from 9 to 11, on your radio or via online streaming for this interview with New Music champion, Marvin Rosen.  It's part of my continuing 75th Birthday Celebration, which will extend until my next birthday.   I'll be chatting with Marvin about the numerous new works having their premiers in the upcoming season and playing selections of my music past and present.

Cost: FREE: Just tune in
Contact:

tunein.com/radio/WPRB-1033-s22030/

Andrea Clearfield's SALON

Date: Sun. 05/18/14 Time: 07:30 PM
Location:

400 South Sydenham Street
Philadelphia, PA

Program:

ANDREW RUDIN performs his "January" prelude for piano, and "Consolation", the final movement of his "Sonata for Cello & Piano" with cellist, Michal Schmidt.

Cost: $10 donation requested
Contact:

http://www.andreaclearfield.com/music-salon/

SEPTEMBER TRILOGY for String Orchestra

Date: Sun. 10/05/14 Time: 08:00 PM
Location:

Lang Hall, Swarthmore College, Swarthmore, PA

Program:

Orchestra 2001 under the direction of James Freeman presents the  world premier of Andrew Rudin's SEPTEMBER TRILOGY, composed in 2007, and commemorating the events of 9/11.  The all string orchestra program will also include the premiere of Robert Capana's Piccolo Concertante, Andrea Clearfield's Marimba Concertino, freaturing Angela Zator Nelson,  and Musica Celestis by Aaron Jay Kernis. Panel discussion at 7:30 pm

Cost: FREE (suggested donation: $10)
Contact:

www.Orchestra2001.org

SEPTEMBER TRILOGY for String Orchestra

Date: Tue. 10/07/14 Time: 08:00 PM
Location:

Mitchell Hall, Philadelphia College of Physicians
19 South 22nd St.
Philadelphelphia, PA

Program:

Orchestra 2001 under the direction of James Freeman presents the  world premier of Andrew Rudin's SEPTEMBER TRILOGY, composed in 2007, and commemorating the events of 9/11.  The all string orchestra program will also include the premiere of Robert Capana's Piccolo Concertante, Andrea Clearfield's Marimba Concertino, freaturing Angela Zator Nelson,  and Musica Celestis by Aaron Jay Kernis.  Panel discussion at 7:30 pm.

Cost: $15 Student; $25 Senior; $35 Adult
Contact:

orchestra200l.org

Premier: DREAMING AT THE WHEEL

Date: Sun. 10/19/14 Time: 07:30 PM
Location:

Caruthers Auditorium
SMU
Dallas, Texas

Program:

Dreaming At The Wheel sets four poems of Texas poet, Charles Behlen, with an accompaniment of 2 Flutes, 2 Clarinets, String Quintet, Piano, and Percussion.  The performing ensemble is VOICES OF CHANGE.

Cost: FREE
Contact:

http://voicesofchange.com/

Season Kickoff-30th BIRTHDAY PARTY: Network for New Music

Date: Sun. 10/26/14 Time: 04:00 PM
Location:

The Settlement School
Queen Village

Program:

"An EVENING OF MUSIC & REVELRY"
with 30 composers, plus performers, and music industry folks from Philly and NYC.
More details as the event approaches.

Cost:
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CELEBRATIONS

Date: Wed. 12/03/14 Time: 07:00 PM
Location:

Mjakovsky Hall,  Moscow, RUSSIA

Program:

This work for two pianos and percussion was written in 2009.  Its first movement is dedicated to George Crumb, on the occasion of his 80th birthday.  Movement two is dedicated to James Freeman, the founding director of Orchestra 2001, on his 70th birthday.  The first performance took place at Swarthmore College, with Freeman and Marcantonio Barone, pianists, and Anthony Orlando, percussion.

The Moscow performance will be by pianists Mona Khaba & Natalie Cherkassova, with percussionist Andrey Vinnickiy.

Cost:
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Two-Piano Duet Recital

Date: Sun. 01/25/15 Time: 03:00 PM
Location:

Rock Hall, Temple University

Program:

Andrew Rudin:  OVERTURE/RONDO for two pianos
performed by pianists Marcantonio Barone & Charles Abramovic

as well as works by Gerald Levinson, and premieres by Ingrid Arauco and Heidi Jacob.
The program concludes with Brahms 2-piano Sonata, Opus 34b.

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SONIC EXCURSION

Date: Sun. 03/29/15 Time: 08:00 PM
Location:

The Tenri Cultural Institute 43A West 13th St.
(betweeen 5th and 6th Aves.) New York City

Program:

Washington Square Contemporary Music Society  and Chamber Players of the League/ISCM

present

PORTENTUM for solo percussion by Andrew Rudin

and works by
Bruce Reiprich, Brian Fennelly, Louis Karchin, Jenny Olivia Johnson and Kaija Saariaho

Cost: $15; Students/Seniors $8
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Here and Now Labor Day Festival

Date: Wed. 09/02/15 Time: 08:00 PM
Location:

The floating concert hall at the Fulton Ferry Landing at the foot of the Brooklyn Bridge.

Program:

premiere:  SOLILOQUY for solo cello,  Sam Magill, cellist

featured on a program of ALL premieres by Zorn, Del Tredici, Subotnik, Warshaw, Sussman, Taylor and Beeferman.

Cost: $35 ($30 senior) $15 student
Contact:

http://bargemusic.org/calendar.html#sept2

Here and Now Labor Day Festival

Date: Fri. 09/04/15 Time: 08:00 PM
Location:

The floating concert hall, Fulton Ferry Landing at the foot of the Brooklyn Bridge.

Program:

premiere SOLILOQUY for solo cello, Sam Magill, cellist

with a program of ALL premieres by

Zorn, Del Tredici, Subotnick, Warshaw, Sussman, Taylor Beeferman

Cost: $35 ($30 senior) $15 student
Contact:

http://bargemusic.org/calendar.html#sept2

Here and Now Labor Day Festival

Date: Sat. 09/05/15 Time: 08:00 PM
Location:

The floating concert hall, Fulton Ferry Landing at the foot of the Brooklyn Bridge.

Program:

premiere SOLILOQUY for solo cello, Sam Magill, cellist

on an ALL-premiere program of works by

Zorn, Del Tredicci, Subotnick, Warshaw, Sussman, Taylor and Beeferman

Cost: $35 ($30 senior) $15 student
Contact:

http://bargemusic.org/calendar.html#sept2

Here and Now Labor Day Festival

Date: Sun. 09/06/15 Time: 04:00 PM
Location:

The floating concert hall, Fulton Ferry Landing, at the foot of the Brooklyn Bridge

Program:

premiere SOLILOQUY for solo cello, Sam Magill, cellist

on a program of ALL premieres by

Zorn, Del Tredici, Subotnick, Warshaw, Sussman, Taylor and Beeferman

Cost: $35 ($30 senior) $15 student
Contact:

http://bargemusic.org/calendar.html#sept2

premiere CIRCADIA, trio for violin, 'cello & piano

Date: Mon. 12/14/15 Time: 07:30 PM
Location:

AVA, Academy of Vocal Art
1920 Spruce Street
Philadelphia, PA

Program:

Nancy Bean, violin; Lloyd Smith, 'cello; and Marcantonio Barone, piano
will present the following program:
  Haydn Piano Trio in F# Minor, Hob. XV:26
  Andrew Rudin, CIRCADIA (world premiere)
  Schubert  Piano Trio in Bb Major, Op. 99 (D. 898)

Cost: $18
Contact:

  www.1807friends.org/

Premiere SIC TRANSIT...for wind ensemble

Date: Sun. 01/17/16 Time: 03:00 PM
Location:

MOUNT OLIVE HIGH SCHOOL
Corey Road
Flanders, NJ

Program:

Composed expressly for the Symphonic Band of the 52nd Annual North Jersey Area Band, Ryan Stroud, conductor.

The program will include Kirkpatrick Fanfare by Boysen; Elsa's Procession to the Cathedral by Wagner;
Symphonic Prelude by Camphouse; Concord by Grundman, and SIC TRANSIT... by Rudin.

Five groups will perform:  Junior Band (7th and 8th graders), Junior Percussion Ensemble, High School Wind Ensemble, Percussion Ensemble, and Symphonic Band.

Cost: $10
Contact:

  http://www.njab.comwww.njab.com

Pianist BETH LEVIN in recital

Date: Thu. 10/13/16 Time: 07:30 PM
Location:

The National Opera Center
330 7th Ave. 7th Floor 

(212) 796-8630

Program:

 The Drozdoff Society's Impromptu! Classical Music Recital Series is very proud to present Beth Levin in its second concert of the New York season.

The Program:  Schubert:  Sonata in A Major, D959
                      Drozdoff:  Elegia
                       Rudin:  ANDANTE MELANCONICO 
                      Brahms:  Handel Variations 

Cost: $28 ($18 Seniors)
Contact:

 www.artful.ly/the-drozdoff-society/store/events/9780

natasha@vladimirdrozdoff.com 

347-224-7577

PRAYER (from "September Trilogy" for strings)

Date: Mon. 10/31/16 Time: 10:00 AM
Location:

Hendrix College
Staples Auditorium
Conway, Arkansas 

Program:

Under the direction of Karen Griebling, students of the Hendrix College Chamber Orchestra will perform the final movement, Prayer, from my September Trilogy, as part of an All-Soul's Day concert.

Cost: free
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CHROMASONIC FEEDBACK

Date: Thu. 11/03/16 Time: 07:30 PM
Location:

Fabrica, 40 Duke Street, Brighton, UK

Program:

PAIDEIA (abstract opera #2) by ANDREW RUDIN, a work for film and Moog Sythesizer score from 1967.  Both film and music by Rudin.  The program is comprised of a selection of short abstract films which all involve electronic music soundtracks, including several rarities and two world premieres.

There will be the first screening in over 50 years of the rediscovered FC Judd 8mm cine footage of his Chromasonics invention, plus the first UK screening of one of the earliest films to feature a Moog synthesizer score; both the film and music created by US composer Andrew Rudin in 1967. There'll be two new Ian Helliwell video feedback films with Hellitron generated soundtracks, plus several more archive shorts that push abstraction and electronic sounds into the realm of psychedelic experience

Cost: 5/4
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PIANO TRIO at BARGEMUSIC

Date: Fri. 12/02/16 Time: 08:00 PM
Location:

Bargemusic is at Fulton Ferry Landing near the Brooklyn Bridge.

Program:

CIRCADIA, my piano trio, performed by Nancy Bean, violin; Lloyd Smith, cello; Marcantonio Barone, piano.  Program will also include Beethoven's "Kakadu Variations" and Schubert's Trio in Eb.  

Cost: $35 ($30 seniors/$15 students)
Contact:

http://bargemusic.org/tickets.html

WORD MUSIC II- Network for New Music

Date: Sun. 02/26/17 Time: 03:00 PM
Location:

Settlement Music School
416 Queen Street
Philadelphia, PA 

Program:

Friedrich Hölderlin's novel "Hyperion" is at the core of this program, serving as an inspiration for both Georg Friedrich Hass' exquisite chamber work ...aus freier Lust...verbunden...and a new poem composed for Newtork by MacArthur "Genius" Award-winning poet Susan Stewart.  Six new chamber works-- by Gerald Levinson, ANDREW RUDIN, Eliza Brown, Benjamin Krause, Robert Capanna and Ke-Chia Chen--are composed in response to Stewarts new poetry.  Post concert discussion will be held with composers and poet.  

My work is entitled "A Sudden Waking", and is scored for Flute, Violin, Cello & Piano.

Cost: Advance: $20 ($15 Senior/$10 Student); at the door $25/$20/$10
Contact:

www.networkfornewmusid.org

(215) 848-7647

WORD MUSIC II- Network for New Music

Date: Sun. 03/05/17 Time: 03:00 PM
Location:

Delaware County Community Collete
Large Auditorium, Academic Building
901 South Media Line Road
Media, PA 1963 

Program:

Friedrich Hölderlin's novel "Hyperion" is at the core of this program, serving as an inspiration for both Georg Friedrich Hass' exquisite chamber work ...aus freier Lust...verbunden...and a new poem composed for Newtork by MacArthur "Genius" Award-winning poet Susan Stewart.  Six new chamber works-- by Gerald Levinson, ANDREW RUDIN, Eliza Brown, Benjamin Krause, Robert Capanna and Ke-Chia Chen--are composed in response to Stewarts new poetry.  Post concert discussion will be held with composers and poet.  

My work is entitled "A Sudden Waking", and is scored for Flute, Violin, Cello & Piano.

Cost: $25 ($20 seniors/free for students w/ ID
Contact:

www.dccc.edu/the-arts.