Upcoming Shows:

 

Sunday, May 30, 2017  8:00pm 

Church of Saint Luke in the Fields

487 Hudson St, New York, NY 10014

($20 suggested admission at the door)

Las Américas en Concierto presents Vox n Plux, featuring music from the Americas including world premieres written for the Ensemble by Alba Potes, Felipe Nieto, and Amelia Krinke.

With special guests Stephanie Griffin, Viola, and Matthew Greenbaum, Recorder

Program

Bill Anderson, (voice, guitar, Colombian tiple) - USA - world premiere

Charles Ives, Cradle Song (Guitar, theorbo, mandolin) - USA

Natalia van Hissenhoven, Río (two guitars) - Argentina

Felipe Nieto, (voice, 2 guitars) - Colombia - world premiere

Jaime Ovalle, Tres Ponto de Santo (voice, guitar) - Brazil

Liam Kaplan, (guitar) - USA - world premiere

Fank Brickle, Estat Ai (theorbo, electric guitar and soprano) - Canada

Alba Potes, (voice, guitar, tiple) - Colombia/USA - world premiere

Stephanie Griffin, (viola, recorder) - Canada - world premiere

Graciela Paraeskevaidis, Nervio de Arnold (guitar) - Argentina/Uruguay

Gentil Montaña, Canción del Soñador (guitar, tiple) - Colombia

Amelia Krinke, Milk, Cream and Sugar, (guitar duo) - USA

 

 

 

Past shows:

 

May 1, 2017  7:30 pm

The Thalia Theater at Symphony Space 

2537 Broadway, New York, NY 10025

Cutting Edge Series 

The final concert of the 2017 Cutting Edge Concerts New Music Festival features the Cygnus Ensemble and Vox n Plux in a program of "Offbeat Operas" by composers William Anderson, Frank Brickle, and the world premiere of Victoria Bond's Sirens.

William Anderson's Eight Rhythms, Settings is based on a set of poems by Djuna Barnes from 1915.

 

 

Sunday, May 22, 2016    3:00 pm 

The Secret Theatre, Main Stage

44‐02 23rd Street
Long Island City, NY 11101

 

As winners of the 2016 Queens New Music Festival, Vox n Plux will premiere  new works written for them by David Claman and David Glaser, as well as other works written for the ensemble by Harold Meltzer, Laurie San Martin, and Frank Brickle.


Random Access Music & Queens New Music Festival

Vox n Plux
Elizabeth Farnum, soprano
Oren Fader, guitar
William Anderson, guitar, mandolin, theorbo
Guest Artists: Sheer Pluck Guitar Orchestra

Friday, January 16 2015

7:30 pm 

Subculture NYC

45 Bleecker St. NYC

Tickets HERE.

Vox n Plux performs 2 pieces on a very special concert:

Cygnus hosts an evening of premieres, much of the event centered around the brothers David and Michael Starobin. The concert features the much anticipated premiere of West of the Moon, by Pulitzer Prize winning composer Yehudi Wyner, a sextet composed for and dedicated to David Starobin, William Anderson and Cygnus, and here conducted by David Starobin. Other premieres will be David Starobin’s song cycle, From Tchaikovsky’s Letters (2014), for baritone & guitar, based on letters that Tchaikovsky wrote to family members, performed by baritone Thomas Meglioranza and guitarist William Anderson; and the premiere of Michael Starobin’s Blurred — three theatrical songs by William Finn, Tom Kitt, and Stephen Sondheim, arranged by Michael Starobin for the ensemble Vox n Plux. To complete the gala program, two more premieres will be performed: Paul Lansky’s Talking Guitars (2014), a piece dedicated to David and Becky Starobin, and performed by two of David Starobin's students at Curtis Institute, guitarists Jiyeon Kim and Hao Yang; and William Anderson’s Eight Rhythms of Djuna Barnes, for Vox n Plux.

 

 

August 10  5PM
Vox n Plux performs in Maui with Ebb & Flow Arts, Robert Pollock, Director


October 30, 7:00PM
Italian Academy at Columbia University

Vox n Plux, Jack Quartet, and Steven Beck perform new works in the

first concert of the Stefan Wolpe Fund,
Zaidee Parkinson and Alanna Stone, Directors.

Vox n Plux will give new works by Matthew Greenbaum and

William Anderson

 

 

Monday, April 28, 8:30 pm

Cornelia St. Cafe 

29 Cornelia St. NYC

Vox n Plux performs old music, new music and crazy settings of

pop songs and folk songs, including a premiere by Jonathan Dawe, and

works by Harold Meltzer, William Anderson, Frank Brickle,

Robert Pollock, and others.

$10 cover plus $10 minimum

 

 

Sunday, February 23, 3:00 PM

St. Augustine Roman Catholic Church

116 Sixth Avenue, Brooklyn, New York

Works of Monteverdi, Brahms and Mozart,

plus modern worksby Frank Brickle, Robert Pollock and Andrew Violette,

along with VoxNPlux arrangements of folk songs and jazz standards.

Something for everyone.

 

 

December 10, 2013  8 pm

Spectrum NYC

121 Ludlow St. NYC

 

December 8, 2013 5 pm

The Lounge at Hudson view Gardens 

128 Pinehurst Ave at 183rd St.
New York, NY

 

November 8, 2013 8 pm

Festival of New American Music

Sacramento, CA

New Works Written for Vox n Plux

 

 

Thursday, May 30, 2013
8:00pm -
HiArt Gallery (map)
227 West 29th Street
New York, NY

 

Sunday, March 17th at 5 pm

Vox n Plux perform Anderson, Brickle, Dowland and Ives

Ellington room at Manhattan Plaza

400 W. 43rd St. NYC

 

 

 

 

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