New York Composers Circle to Present DIFFERENT STRINGS at Manhattan’s Church of the Transfiguration

The New York Composers Circle, celebrating its 20th anniversary, will present Different Strings, a concert of new music on Tuesday, November 15 at 7:00 p.m. at the Church of the Transfiguration (“Little Church Around the Corner”), 1 East 29th Street in Manhattan .

On the program, Moments of Uncertainty by Hubert Howe, Games I-III by Marina Shmotova, Fantasy Variations by Roger Blanc, Consolations by Dana Dimitri Richardson, all for solo piano, Richard Brooks‘s Sonata, Elegy in the Old Style by Igor Vorobyov, both for solo guitar and Mercury’s Shadow by Christopher Kaufman for 2 violins.

The performers will be a pianist Craig Ketterguitarists Bill Zito and Oren Fader, and violinists TBA.

Tickets for the November 15 concert are $20, available at®id=& of-new-music-tickets-422787116647?utm_source=BWW2022&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=article&utm_content=bottombuybutton1, or at the door. Seniors are $15 and students are free.

The concert will also be broadcast live on

For more information, call 201-675-7096 or visit This concert is accessible to ADAs. For more information on MTA transportation, visit

New York Composers Society

is a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) arts and education organization dedicated to new music – its creation, performance, and development of new audiences. Its members and supporters are composers, performers and music lovers. Its activities include new music concerts, monthly salons where composers perform and discuss new works and works in progress for other members and guests and hear talks from various members of the new music community, a annual competition open to non-members only and an outreach concert program to benefit the wider community and to attract new concert audiences. Much more about them on

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