Composers Concordance Presents The 11th Annual comp-play-comp Marathon, 3 Hours Of New Short Works at DROM

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gene pritsker uploaded this event on November 3, 2020

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DROM
85 Avenue A
New York, NY
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212-777-1157

Composers Concordance Presents The 11th Annual comp-play-comp Marathon, 3 Hours Of New Short Works at DROM

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Sun, November 29, 2020
6:00 pm

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Composers Concordance presents the 11th annual Comp-Play-Comp Marathon on Sunday, November 29 at DROM NYC. The 3-hour marathon showcases amazing composer/performers in a cavalcade of short pieces. 

Composers Concordance invited dozens of composer/performers to answer a question, "What kind of music would you compose if you know you're the performer?" For this year's marathon, a time parameter and theme were added into the fray: the piece must be 4-minutes at most, and be on the theme of 'Words and Music.'

Featured compositions include Maria Tegzes' Legacy on her own poetry; Gene Pritsker’s The Dress In The Wind on a poem by Erik T. Johnson; Charles Coleman's The Music Between Us on a poem by Robert C. Ford; and Eugene McBride’s Key?Largo featuring violinist Rolf Schulte....

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