20 th Anniversary Celebration
Join us as we celebrate 20 years
of community development and honor
longtime partners and friends
Professor Lionel McIntyre
When: Tuesday, June 2, 2009
Where: ADC Renaissance Tent
Tent Entrance on West 135th Street between Lenox Avenue
and Adam Clayton Powell, Jr. Blvd.
V.I.P. Reception: 6:00 p.m.
Dinner, Program & Dancing: 7:00 p.m.
4 West 125th street • NeW York, NY 10027 • WWW.adcorp.org
WHAT HAPPENS WHEN…
The Average Income of a Harlem Family is $37,000,
Yet the Median Income of a New Homebuyer
In Harlem is $194,000?
A Salon Series
WEDNESDAY JAN. 6
“ConCert Bliss!” — s tat e n i s l a n d a d va n C e
free ClassiCal musiC on staten island!
sAt. sept. 19 sAt. oct. 17 fri. nov. 6
8pm 8pm 7:30pm
Precious Metals living Music: art of the fugue &
a russian Music & Poetry event Mcce’s commissioned Premieres baroque trios
music by Glinka, rachmaninoff, tchaikovsky, music by mcce composers-in-residence: Art of the fugue by J.S. Bach
arranged by mcce for flute, oboe, marimba & cello
prokofiev, mussorgsky & shostakovich. language Games by Andrew sterman (2006)
poetry & prose by Akmatova, pasternak, passacaglia by dr. mathew fuerst (2007) trio sonata op. 2 in Bb major by G. f. handel
mayakovsky & pushkin. triptych by mick rossi (2008) Golden sonata by henry purcell
Tamara Keshecki, flute • Clarice Jensen, cello cello suite v in c minor by J.S. Bach
tamara Keshecki & Ann cecil-sterman, flutes
Maria Garcia, piano • Nancy Sima, literary curator Clarice Jensen, cello • Maria Garcia, piano Tamara Keshecki, flute • Clarice Jensen, cello
post-concert discussion: Sandra Pace, piano • Chris Thompson, marimba
roundtable discussion exploring the correlation between Behind the scenes of classical composition pre-concert discussion:
chamber music and literature in russian culture,
with composers Andrew sterman & mick rossi the intrigues of Bach’s Art of the fugue with mcce musicians.
and the value of the performing arts.
free Admission to All concerts
At the church of the holy child
4747 amboy rd., staten island (corner of amboy rd. & arden ave.)
eltingville stop on sirt • handicapped accessible
Reinventing everything you thought you knew about classical music. www.mcensemble.org
The residency by MCCE organized in partnership with Holy Child Church has been made possible with support from Chamber Music America’s Residency Partnership Program. Funding has been provided by the JPMorgan Chase Residency Re-Grant
Program, a program of the JPMorgan Chase Foundation, and the Chamber Music America Residency Endowment Fund. Additional funding and support is provided by the Staten Island Foundation, JPMorgan Chase Regrant in partnership with the Council
on the Arts & Humanities for Staten Island (COAHSI), Richmond County Savings Foundation, Holy Child Church and the Staten Island Museum. This program is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs.
Sat. 1/9/10 Sat. 3/20/10 Fri. 4/30/10 Sun. 6/13/10
Staten Island Museum Staten Island Museum Staten Island Museum Jacques Marchais
75 Stuyvesant Place, Staten Island 75 Stuyvesant Place, Staten Island 75 Stuyvesant Place, Staten Island Museum of Tibetan Art
338 Lighthouse Ave., Staten Island
7pm Pre-concert chat with 8pm Concert featuring: 7pm Pre-concert chat with
MCCE’s composer-in-residence Mohammed Fairouz Elizabeth McCullough, soprano; Anthony Turner, baritone MCCE’s composer-in-residence Mohammed Fairouz: 1pm Workshop
8pm Concert with Joseph Kubera, piano; Tamara Keshecki, flute “Living in a Commissioned World” “Chinese Qigong for the Western Music Experience”
Amanda Romano, harp; Tamara Keshecki, flute; and Clarice Jensen, cello 8pm Concert with Andrew Sterman
Clarice Jensen, cello featuring a world premiere commissioned by MCCE
Music by Mozart, Brahms, Fairouz, Debussy, 3pm Concert
Music by Debussy, Ibert, Donizetti and Fairouz by Mohammed Fairouz featuring the commissioned world premiere of
Roussel and William Grant Still
“Even This is Paradise” by Andrew Sterman
Tickets: $15 General; $12 Museum Members;
Tickets: $15 General; $12 Museum Members; Tickets: $15 General; $12 Museum Members;
$5 for students 22 and under (with ID)
$5 for students 22 and under (with ID) $5 for students 22 and under (with ID) Tickets: $20 General; $17 Museum Members;
$5 for students 22 and under (with ID)
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