Nov
10
8:00 PM20:00

University of California Irvine

As part of Hub New Music‘s residency at UC Irvine, the group will collaborate with Kojiro Umezaki, world-renowned shakuhachi player and composer, for a presentation of new works commissioned by the Asia/America New Music Institute on UCI Illuminations: Asia-America: New Ideas through Music

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Dec
1
8:00 PM20:00

Peabody Essex Museum

Hub New Music teams up with Urbanity Dance for a special choreographed performance of Robert Honstein‘s Soul House at the Peabody Essex Museum.

Unfolding over nine movements, Robert Honstein’s Soul House is an extended elegy to the composer’s childhood home. Glittering light through a “Bay Window,” jovial romps in the “Backyard” and curious introspection in a “Secret Place” are translated from memory into movement through the cutting-edge artistry of Urbanity Dance. This exploration of childhood also includes works by composers Anna Clyne, Judd Greenstein and Daniel Wohl, with choreography by Haley Day and lighting design by Mary Ellen Stebbins.

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Feb
25
to Mar 2

Blue Sage Arts Center

Hub New Music (HNM) is in residence at the Blue Sage Arts Center in Paonia, CO. HNM will present two concerts for the Center‘s Modern Music Festival: Matsuri and Soul House. Programming features Kojiro Umezaki (of Yo Yo Ma’s Silk Road Ensemble), Shakuhachi and Susan Ellinger, Piano. Concert details can be found here.

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Jun
20
10:30 PM22:30

Pastoral Hall

Hub New Music makes its first international appearance on a tour of mainland Japan with the Asia/America New Music Initiative (AANMI). This tour is generously supported by the US Embassy in Tokyo and US-Japan Foundation. 

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Jun
17
7:00 PM19:00

Ryusenji

Hub New Music makes its first international appearance on a tour of mainland Japan with the Asia/America New Music Initiative (AANMI). This tour is generously supported by the US Embassy in Tokyo and US-Japan Foundation. 

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