Tuesday, June 6 at 8 PM • Details
Latino Composers in New York
All Seasons Chamber Players - one of the New York area’s leading ensembles – now celebrating its 36th season.
May 16, 2015
First performance of Michael Cohen’s Fantasie
April 9, 2015
The New York Scandia Symphony Sell Out Symphony Space
Many years – maybe decades – before Alan Gilbert and the New York Philharmonic were thrilling audiences with the sweep and majesty and blustery fun of Carl Nielsen’s symphony cycle, maestro Dorrit Matson was doing the same thing and more with the New York Scandia Symphony. She and the orchestra specialize in both classical repertoire and new music from the Nordic countries. Much of what they play is rare and relatively obscure, at least south of where the aurora borealis is flickering. Which makes them a unique and important part of this city’s cultural fabric. Read Full Lucid Culture Review…
“This piece is one of Ms. Hansen’s favorites and her brilliant performance was enthusiastically applauded.”
– Kirsten Vibe Philippides, The Danish Pioneer (READ MORE)
CHRIST & SAINT STEPHEN’S EPISCOPAL CHURCH, West 69th Street, New York, New York 10023 Details
ALBERTO WILLIAMS – Sonata
BETTY WISHART – Oracles
Lisa Hansen, flute | Max Lifchitz, piano
Tenri Cultural Institute, 43 W 13th St, New York, NY 10011 Details
ART CENTER OF NORTHERN NEW JERSEY 250 Center St. New Milford, NJ 07646 Directions
Reservations are available but not required
Art Exhibit: Bergen County Diversity
Reception (201) 599-2992 (Free Concert)
Ms. Hansen’s recording of Carl Nielsen’s Flute Concerto was selected by Fanfare as a Best of the Year and they wrote: “This is the most enjoyable performance of the work known to me either live or recorded.”
“A haunting, moving piece, with moments of real beauty.” – Lawrence Johnson, Chicago Tribune (review of Ms. Hansen’s performance of I Remember at Ravinia Festival).
Selected music clip from disc 1:
Concierto pastoral d
Lisa Hansen flute
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“In Bellum Primum” World Premiere
The world premiere of 2012 Latin Grammy award winner Yalil Guerra’s ”In Bellum Primum” at Enlow Hall, Kean University, with pianist Martha Marchena.
Performed by Max Lifchitz and Lisa Hansen at Ars Vitalis: The New Jersey New Music Forum Thursday, April 24, 2014 Eugene and Shelley Enlow Recital Hall Kean University.