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Saturday, November 10th, 2012 at 7:30 pm

Manhattan Saxophone Quartet, along with special guest performers Mika Godbole and Aleksandr Karjaka, will perform works by composers Jacob T.V., Lee Hyla, Quinn Collins, David Noon, and Inhyun Kim at the Leonard Nimoy Thalia theater at Symphony Space, 2537 Broadway, New York City

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Saturday, June 16th, 2012 at 7:30 pm

“This is Just to Say” refers to the poem of the same title by William Carlos Williams – which inspired Inhyun Kim and Coco  Karol in putting together this program in terms of its meaning, rhythm, structure, simplicity, and view on a relationship. Kim and Karol describe the program as “music to be seen and dance to be heard.”

Ear to Mind (www.eartomind.com) is a New York City based arts organization which strives to present innovative programs that allow the public to experience contemporary music in non-traditional contexts, as well as by producing publications that allow the public to gain intimate knowledge of the contemporary music field, simultaneously providing composers and performers with a platform for their work.

According to Inhyun Kim, founder of Ear to Mind, “in this concert series, Live Art is defined as art work that broadly embraces ephemeral, time-based, performing and visual arts events that include a human presence and broaden, challenge or question traditional views of the performing arts or classical concert music.”

COMPLETE PROGRAM:
Inhyun Kim: This is Just to Say (2012, World Premiere), for voice, piano and dance
Judith Ring: Mouthpiece (2006, US Premiere), for electronics
Nomi Epstein: piano and soprano (2004, NY premiere) for voice, piano, and video
Sonia Megias: as yet untitled music composition (World Premiere) for voice and visual art
Coco Karol: as yet untitled solo dance work (World Premiere)

 

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Saturday, October 22, 2011, 7-10pm – First annual benefit party and official release of second issue of the newspaper. Free beer and wine provided by Cafe Orwell. Played tracks and simultaneous score projections of pieces from Lainie Fefferman, Jody Redhage, and Scott Wollschleger. Held at New York Foundation for the Arts offices on Jay St. in Brooklyn.

Saturday, July 16th, 2011, 3:30-6pm – Listening Party featuring composers Matthew Hough and Kate Soper at Exapno New Music Community Center.  Wine provided by Cafe Orwell.  Free admission.

Saturday, June 26th, 2011 – Ear To Mind hosted a private event in conjunction with NYFA’s Immigrant Artists program at Galapagos Art Space.

May 19th, 2011; 6-8 pm – Ear to Mind hosted art exhibition of works by Katie Muffett, with special musical guest Lorna Krier, at Cafe Orwell in Brooklyn.

April, 2011 – The first issue of the Ear to Mind newspaper was released.

April 22nd, 2011; 8-10 pm – Ear to Mind presented Live Art, a performance of contemporary music at Leonard Nimoy Thalia at Peter Norton Symphony Space.  Admission $15, $10 for students.  Program included the premiere of Five Pieces by Nils Vigeland, as well as works by Lukas Ligeti, Gerard Grisey, Vivian Fung, Inhyun Kim, Dillon Kondor, with performances by Jenny Q Chai and Iktus Percussion Quartet.

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January 22nd, 2011; 1-4 pm – New Music Forum hosted by Ear to Mind, held at Exapno New Music Community Center in Brooklyn.  Discussion moderated by Reiko Fueting, with panelists Chris CerroneKevin ClarkVivian FungTed HearneInhyun KimWi| Smith, and Molly Thompson.  Free admission, complimentary wine.  See the Forum handout.