Performances

N/A (cabaret)

We’re thrilled to be presenting two premieres in our first concert of 2019: A Transversal Line by Dennis Sullivan and A Forcible Expiration by Jenna Lyle. We’ll have special guests, Jenna Lyle, Anat Kardontchik, and Otavio Kavakama joining us for Jenna’s work. Both of these works have been commissioned as part of N/A Cabaret, a longterm project exploring the reverberations of the cabaret tradition in classical music.

N/A Ensemble – May 13 at 7pm
Wood County District Public Library
251 N Main Street Bowling Green, OH
FREE admission

Facebook Event here.


Past Events

University of Toledo New Music Festival

We’re performing on the University of Toledo’s New Music Festival! We’ll be performing works by Leah Asher, Pamela Z, Kristofer Svensson, Jesse Diener-Bennett, and Nomi Epstein.

Wednesday April 4, 7pm
University of Toledo Center for Performing Arts – Recital Hall
FREE ADMISSION!

More details here and Facebook event here.


N/A Ensemble + Compass New Music

We’re thrilled to present a concert featuring the winners of our call for scores in collaboration with Compass New Music. Congrats to the selected composers, Kristina Warren, Liz Johnson, Inti Figgis-Vizueta, and Emily Koh! We’ll be performing their music along with works by Pamela Z and Eva-Maria Houben. 

NA Feb. 18 Poster

N/A Ensemble + Compass New Music
Sunday, February 18
Pre-Concert Talk, 6:30pm
Concert, 7pm
Trinity Episcopal Church
316 Adams Street, Toledo, OH
$10/$5 for students and church members

Facebook Event Here.

Toledo Debut – December 3rd, 7pm 

Our first concert will be at St. Paul’s United Methodist Church in Toledo. The program includes works by Adam Kennaugh, Leah Asher, Elliot Carter, and Francesco Filidei.

N/A (ensemble)
Sunday December 3rd, 7pm
St. Paul’s United Methodist
1201 Madison Ave, Toledo, OH 43604
$10 admission/$5 for students and church members

Facebook event here.

This project is partially funded by an Arts Commission Accelerator Grant made possible through support from ProMedica, the Ohio Arts Council, Surdna Foundation and The Kresge Foundation.

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