Hope to see some of you tomorrow at 5 PM at the concert being given at All Saints Church in Princeton. Five world premieres in one show – what joy, what luck! Program *All selections composed by Christian B. Carey, unless otherwise noted Spiritual Variations I & II Tom Colao, organ Je suis aimé deContinue reading “Program for 5/28 Concert”
CONTEMPORARY UNDERCURRENT OF SONG PROJECT PRESENTS CHRISTIAN CAREY: A COMPOSER PORTRAIT PRESS CONTACTS | Alexandra Porter, director; firstname.lastname@example.org MAY 16, 2016 | For immediate release CONTEMPORARY MUSIC CONCERT SERIES PRESENTS LOCAL COMPOSER PRINCETON – May 12, 2016 – Contemporary Undercurrent of Song Project (CUSP) is Princeton’s newest concert series dedicated to the elevation of modernContinue reading “5/28 Recital: Press Release”
On Monday, May 23rd, with a performance by JACK Quartet at the 92nd Street Y, the New York Philharmonic’s second Biennial begins. Running until June 11th, a plethora of concerts are contained in this year’s offerings. Last week, Music Director Alan Gilbert outlined some of them at an “Insights at the Atrium” event. You can watch a video of it below.Continue reading “This Week: The NY PHIL Biennial Begins!”
Here is the poster for a May 28th Composer Portrait concert of my music, presented by Sara Noble and CUSP (Contemporary Undercurrent of Song Project). The concert features all of my works for voice and piano, a vocal duet, hymn setting, organ, and piano music, including five world premieres.
EVENT: Christian Carey Portrait Concert WHEN: Saturday, May 28, 2016 at 5 PM WHERE: All Saints Church, 16 All Saints Road, Princeton NJ 08540 Contemporary Undercurrent of Song Project and Sara Noble proudly co-present this composer portrait celebrating Christian Carey’s music and his contribution to the community as a composer and teacher. The concert willContinue reading “5/28: Carey Portrait Concert in Princeton”
Milton Babbitt would have been 100 today. This reflection ran shortly after his passing in 2011. I’m very saddened to hear of Milton Babbitt’s passing. He was the first composer I ever encountered and the one who’s most fascinated me. Doubtless there will be some articles written this week which more thoroughly critique Babbitt’s aestheticContinue reading “Milton Babbitt (1916-2011)”
This just in via email from Other Music, one of the premiere (and one of the last) record stores devoted to experimental music left in New York City. Dear friends, It is with heavy hearts that we share the news that after more than 20 years in New York City, Other Music will be closing our doors onContinue reading “Sad News: OM is Closing”
Bonnie Billy’s More Revery is out now via Temporary Residence, Ltd.
The talented emerging composer Denise Mei Yan Hofmann is giving her Mannes recital on Sunday, May 8th at 8 PM.