Jeanne Golan, Pianist

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I, Too, Sing America

Presented by Theodore Wiprud / New Music Presentation, the African-American Art Song Alliance, and Videmus, this program celebrates African-American poetry in songs by composers black and white.

Concerts in the 2000-2001 Season

New York State Association of College Music Programs

with Robert Osborne, bass-baritone

SUNY/Nassau, Garden City, NY
September 04, 2000

Works of Ives and Cowell

The Friends & Enemies of New Music

The Opening Concert of the season

CAMI Hall, NYC
September 11, 2000

World Premiere of In Time's Wake for cello and piano, by Steven Burke

Educational Outreach Program

with Robert Osborne

Eastmeadow High School, NY
October 24, 2000

Works of Schubert, Sondheim and Ives

Polish Theatre Institute

Moniuszko's opera, Halka

The Sylvia & Danny Kaye Playhouse, NYC
November 17/18, 2000

Vocal coach and rehearsal pianist: Jeanne Golan

Greenwich Symphony Orchestra

November 18/19, 2000

Jeanne Golan, Orchestra celeste, Copland Symphony No. 3

The Friends and Enemies of New Music

Music for Four-Hands

Greenwich Music House, NYC
November 27, 2000, 8 PM

Program includes pianists Jeanne Golan and Tom Cipullo performing Tom Cipullo's Sparkler

The World Financial Center

The Festival of Sound and Light

Cantori New York with Jeanne Golan, piano

The Winter Garden
Wednesday, December 6, 2000, 6:30 PM

I, Too, Sing America: Celebrating African-American

Poetry in Songs by Composers Black and White.

Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall, NYC, 8 PM
Wednesday, January 10, 2001

Song Cycles of Hale Smith and Valerie Capers

Friends and Enemies of New Music

CAMI Hall
165 W. 57th Street, NYC
Wednesday, February 28, 2001, 8 PM

Program includes Akemi Naito's Rain, Calling Autumn for solo piano.

Ascension Music

Beyond Words: An evening of sacred instrumental music

Church of the Ascension, NYC
Friday, March 30, 2001, 8 pm

Program includes the New York premiere of John Luther Adams' White Landscape, for string quartet, percussion, harp and celeste. Radio broadcast on WQXR with Flux Quartet.

Performance at The Lotos Club, NYC

with violinist Marshall Coid

June 7, 2001

Monmouth Civic Chorus

Mark Shapiro, conductor

Holmdel High School and Red Bank Regional High School, New Jersey Saturday, June 2 & 3, 2001

Two piano version of Orff's Carmina Burana

Other Seasons

Theme Park

A potpourri of programs and projects

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"Technically polished and superbly expressive." - New York Times