New Voices: My Funny Valentine, presented by the New Voices Collective, will be offered Feb. 13 at Symphony Space’s Leonard Nimoy Thalia. A celebration of the February holiday, the love (or lack of)-themed concert will feature world-premiere songs by a host of young composers. Those scheduled to lend their voices to the evening include Kate Baldwin, Will Chase, Jill Geddes, Rebecca Luker, Daniel Reichard and Michael Winther. Danny Burstein will host.
Annette Jolles will direct the performance, and concertgoers can expect to hear tunes by Jennifer Allen, Scott Burkell, Mark Campbell, Sam Davis, David Evans, Jenny Giering, Faye Greenberg, Michael Gruber, Sean Hartley, Tom Herman, Lance Horne, Paul Loesel, Steve Marzullo, Georgia Stitt and Joseph Thalken.
The three-person band comprises Marco Paguia (piano), Ed Matthew (clarinet) and Clay Ruede (cello).
Symphony Space is located in Manhattan at 2537 Broadway at 95th Street. Tickets, priced $21, are available by calling (212) 864-5400 or by visiting www.symphonyspace.org.
Founded in 2002 by Jen Bender, Joel Fram, and Doug Okerson, the New Voices Collective “provides a forum for a community of artists to develop new works and explore new directions.”
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