Eric Salzman: Composer, Author, Music Theater Innovator

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Center for Contemporary Opera Benefit and Gala

The Center for Contemporary Opera’s benefit and gala at the Cell Theatre on Friday, February 19, 2010, will feature the Chanson de l’Opium from Salzman’s score for a French translation of Brecht’s La Bonne Ame de Setchouan. It will be performed by Laila Salins, mezzo-soprano, and Bill Schimmel, accordion, who gave the concert premiere in December. The program also includes excerpts from Michael Dellaira’s The Secret Agent, Susan Hurley’s Anais, and a short opera buffa called Review, based on a New Yorker story by Patricia Marx with music by Jeremy Beck. For ticket information go to www.brownpapertickets.com or call 1-800-838-3006.

Date Posted // January 19, 2010
In Categories // Events, La Bonne Ame de Setchouan, Music Theater, News, Works and Productions

The Visible Sounds Conference in Jerusalem

In February, Salzman will be presenting his work and ideas at Visible Sounds: Interrationships Among Music, the Visual Arts and the Performing Arts—a conference at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem’s Institute for Advanced Studies, in collaboration with the Israel Science Foundation.

Date Posted // January 16, 2010
In Categories // Events, News

Review of Salzman’s Jukebox in the Tavern of Love

An extended review by Randy Woolf of the Eric Salzman and Valerie Vasilevski Jukebox in the Tavern of Love (commissioned and performed by the Western Wind Vocal Ensemble) is in the current issue of the New Music Connoisseur.

Date Posted // January 03, 2010
In Categories // Jukebox in the Tavern of Love, News, Reviews, Works and Productions