JANUARY - 2020
January 15th, 2020 • 7:00 • Tribal Harmony Series
Howland Cultural Center, 477 Main Street, Beacon, NY
David performs with Tiokasin Ghosthorse, with his "Akantu: Earth Man" performance, featuring hand-made flutes, with music that comes from his Lakota people
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FEBRUARY - 2020
Feb 6th, 2020 • World Music program
Feb 7th, 2020 • Colorado Public Radio
Amram talks about his work guest conducting the Colorado Symphony in a concert and recording of my THIS LAND: Symphonic Variations on a Song by Woody Guthrie Woody Guthrie and all my musical experiences in all genres including collaborations with Neal Cassady and mentor Jack Kerouac during the 1950s.
Neal Cassady Birthday Bash
Mercury Cafe, Denver, CO
With Brad Goode-trumpet, Kevin Smith on drums, and Alex Nekrasov on bass and alto saxophone, and poets, speakers and readers celebrating the life of "Denver's unnatural son."
Feb 9th, 2020 • Filming two 40 minute segments
With flutist and educator Laura Schulkind, arts administrator Gene Sobczak, for a new educational program for the JFK Center's Educational Programs
Interview by Mountain Public Television and Colorado Public Radio
Feb 10th, 2020 • An evening of Duos presented by David Spira
Dazzles (downtown Denver)
Amram's classical chamber music compositions
with classical saxophonist soloist Ken Radnofsky and pianist Toshiko Kline, concertmaster of the Colorado Symphony Yumi Huang-Williams & Grande Orquesta Navarre's pianist Sara Parkinson, Colorado Symphony's first chair flutist Brooke Ellen Ferguson & flutist and founder of Chamber Music Society of Greater Denver, flutist Laura Schulkind.
For the final Duo, Amram played a Chinese Hulusei with pianist Toshiko Kline, debuting a sketch based on the beginning of the second movement of his new orchestral work "Global Suite for wind, brass and percussion"
Feb 11th, 2020 • Filmed and recorded by film maker Matt Weesner
Colorado Public Radio and Rocky Mountain PBS
for a new documentary to be presented about how to incorporate jazz, Native and Latin-American music European classics and Global Roots music and all quality music for children and young adults, without "dumbing" it down
MARCH - 2020
March 8th, 2020 • 3:00 • Dance! Beats!
Zankel Music Center, Skidmore College, 815 N. Broadway
Saratoga Springs, NY 12866
Concert at 4:00:
Ken Radnofsky & The Glens Falls Symphony perform Amram's Greenwich Village Portraits with the composer in residence to read poetry.
Panel discussion with David Amram, Joan Anderson, co-director at the School of the Arts at the National Museum of Dance, moderated by Maestro Charles Peltz
APRIL - 2020
April 3rd, 2020 • Hallways 2020
Live Podcast produced by Folk Americana Roots Hall Of Fame in the Wang Theatre, Boston, MA
more details to come...
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