In the New Chamber (Present Music)

Present Music

February 22nd, 2019 | Jan Serr Studio

Present Music’s “In the New Chamber” concert features new (really new!) chamber music curated by Present Music ensemble member Eric Segnitz and performed in the new (really new!) Jan Serr Studio. The studio’s two-story window overlooking the busy streets of the East Side will serve as the backdrop to the 21st century, technology-rich program on February 21st and 22nd. This enjoyable and entertaining program will delight you with over a dozen works new to Milwaukee, written by composers from the Icelandic cool to the heat of the Australian outback!

The concert is, in part, a reaction to the lack of access that women composers face. A recent article reported that almost 95% of classical music concerts worldwide scheduled through 2019 did not include the performance of a single work composed by a woman. And when looked at piece-by-piece, women composers account for only 2.3% of all music performed. Present Music’s performance history significantly surpasses this lack of recognition: in 2018, women composed nearly half of the works performed.

Friday, February 22, 2019, 7:30pm
Casual Concert

The perfect mid-winter, Friday date-night or group outing to fit any budget. The cash bar will be open, come as you are, and relax!

FRIDAY TICKET PRICES
Single tickets are available for $25 (General Admission) and $55 (Preferred Seating) are on sale now.
Student, Friends, Family, Musician, Artist, etc tickets $10/GA (call to order)

Tickets are available for purchase by phone and online, as well as at-the-door the evening of the FRIDAY concert ONLY.

Online ticket sales end at 11:59PM the night before the concert.

For any questions, please contact the Box Office at 414.271.0711×2 or by email at newmusic@presentmusic.org

Dates:
February 22nd, 2019
Times:
7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Additional Information:
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Phone: 4142710711x5

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