May 9th, 2021
11:00 - 12:00 (Leipzig Time)
Lourdes Kleykens Vidal, cello
Silke Peterson, piano
Works by Manuel de Falla, Bruce Wolosoff and Edvard Grieg
Reflections in Music
(Mostly) Poetry Inspired by Music Thursday, April 29th, 2021 @8pm
Poetry curated by Tom Yuill
Poets: Peter Campion, Aviya Kushner, Robert Pinsky, Tim Seibles, Julie Sheehan, Rosanna Warren, and Tom Yuill.
Respond to music by composers Derek Bermel, Hannah Lash, and Bruce Wolosoff.
With special performances by dancers Xin Ying, Natasha Diamond-Walker,
and video art by Margaret Garrett. Click here for a free link to attend.
photo credit Katya Wolosoff
Excellent piece in the East Hampton Star on the launch of Reflections!
“People confuse music with entertainment. It is more than that. There is a spiritual component, there is an illuminating element, and some of the deepest human experiences can be found through music. If there is any way that I can bring some people closer to that experience, I would love to try.” - Bruce Wolosoff
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(Mostly) Music Inspired by Poetry Thursday, March 25th, 2021 @8pm
Featuring cellist Inbal Segev performing music of Anna Clyne, oboist James Austin Smith performing music by Suzanne Farrin and Benjamin Britten, and original dance by Xin Ying (principal dancer with the Martha Graham Company), singer-songwriter Juliet Garrett performing an original song, Bruce Wolosoff performing one of his original solo piano works and music by Frederic Chopin, artist Margaret Garrett's video art piece to music inspired by John Keats, and poetry read by actor Josh Gladstone.
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"Reflections in Music"
Music & Art, painted collage by Margaret Garrett 2020
Bruce Wolosoff has been named Artistic Director of the non-profit organization "Reflections in Music." Through musical performances often combined with works of other art forms, and through conversations with artists, Reflections explores the interplay of music with different disciplines, and how one creative work can inspire another.
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Cellist Inbal Segev has commissioned a new work from Bruce Wolosoff as part of her 20 for 2020 Commissioning Project. About the composers she has selected for the project, Segev explains: ‘I wanted to feature composers with strong and distinctive voices, from a variety of backgrounds, to show some of the ways this surreal year has affected us all, regardless of age, gender or heritage. "
An excerpt from "The Astronomer's Key"
The cast of characters: composer Bruce Wolosoff, artist April Gornik, cellist Sally Guenter, violist Stephen Dyball, pianist and Artistic Director of Montage Music Society Debra Ayers, violinist Sarita Uranovsky, and artist Eric Fischl, following the January 26th performance.
NY Premiere of "The Astronomer's Key"
Music Inspired by Visual Art
Performed by the Montage Music Society
January 26, 2020, 3 pm & 5 pm
The Milton Resnick and Pat Passlof Foundation
87 Eldridge Street, New York, NY 10002
"The Loom" (Eric Fischl watercolors)
"for April" (April Gornik "The Woods,” charcoal on paper)
"The Astronomer's Key" (Milton Resnick paintings)
Tickets available at the door, or click here for advance purchase:
"an instant masterpiece"- FANFARE
“Follow the River,” an evening with composer Bruce Wolosoff and singer-songwriter Juliet Garrett.
Friday, September 6th at 8:00 at Guild Hall of East Hampton.
Sara Sant'Ambrogio recording Bruce Wolosoff's Concerto for Cello and Orchestra with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.
Recording release with the Elgar Concerto, September 2019.