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June 2016

  • Tantalus Quartet will be playing Edie Hill's Above the Green Night in concert as a part of the New Mexico Classical Guitar Festival.

    Tantalus Quartet has dazzled audiences across the globe with their warm stage presence and their "perfect ensemble: (Reinisher Post, Germany). Tantalus expands the confines of the traditional guitar quartet with new music by award-winning composers among "diverse and orginal" programming (Richard Long, Soundboard). This tradition continues with their second CD release: Foolish Fire, featuring world-premiere recordings of original works written for the Quartet. Tantalus has appeared at important venues including Carnegie Hall, the Guitar Foundation of America Convention, the Mostly Music Series Chicago, and festivals in Canada and Europe. Included in the performance will be works by Kristian Anderson, Edie Hill, Philip Houghton, Roland Dyens, and Clarice Assad. 

    For more information, visit Tantalus' website.

    Performance Details:

    Thursday, June 16th, (7:30 PM) 
    Keller Hall
    University of New Mexico
    Albuquerque, NM 87131

     

     

     

  • The 1732 Chœur de Chambre, under the direction of Bruno Habert, will perform Hill's We Bloomed in Spring as a part of their concert "Sweet Music Suite" in Nice, France.

    "In creating the very first semi-professional vocal ensemble in the Alpes-Maritimes in France, the 1732 Chœur de Chambre takes on an effort that is at the same time artistic, humanist, and pedagogical. We wish to construct an ensemble of the highest quality and defend, to as large an audience as possible, a culture that is completely abandoned by the televised media. We wish to offer that which we love and defend: classical music, sacred music, not only in the religious meaning of the term but in the sense of the engagement of everyone and the love of music."

    For more information, visit their website here.

    Performance Details:

    Sunday, June 12th, (5:00 PM) 
    Holy Trinity Church
    11, rue de la Buffa
    06000 Nice, France 

    Tickets:

    17€ at the door 
    14€ in advance
    10€ for subscribers 
    and free for those under the age of 16

  • The Valborg Ensemble, under the direction of Árpád Schermann, will be performing Edie Hill's The Bells and An Illuminated Transience on their tour throughout the Netherlands.

    For more information, visit their website here.

    Performance Details:

    Sunday, June 12th, (11:30 AM) 
    Lukas Kerk (Christengemeenschap)
    Oude Kanaaldijk 9-11 
    Alkmaar, Netherlands 

    Free-will contribution collected for the concert.

     

  • The 1732 Chœur de Chambre, under the direction of Bruno Habert, will perform Hill's We Bloomed in Spring as a part of their concert "Sweet Music Suite" in Le Cannet, France.

    "In creating the very first semi-professional vocal ensemble in the Alpes-Maritimes in France, the 1732 Chœur de Chambre takes on an effort that is at the same time artistic, humanist, and pedagogical. We wish to construct an ensemble of the highest quality and defend, to as large an audience as possible, a culture that is completely abandoned by the televised media. We wish to offer that which we love and defend: classical music, sacred music, not only in the religious meaning of the term but in the sense of the engagement of everyone and the love of music."

    For more information, visit their website here.

    Performance Details:

    Saturday, June 11th, (8:00 PM) 
    Église Ste. Philomène
    Rue de l'Église
    06110 Le Cannet, France 

    Tickets:

    17€ at the door 
    14€ in advance
    10€ for subscribers 
    and free for those under the age of 16

May 2016

  • The Lyrebird Choirs, under the direction of Anika Kildegaard and Cassandra McNally, will perform The Bike Let Loose on their program A Spring Concert on Saturday, May 21st. For more information about the Lyrebird Choral Program, click here.

    Performance Details:

    Saturday,  May 21st (2:30 PM)
    Danish American Center
    3030 W River Parkway
    Minneapolis, MN 55406

    This concert is free and open to the public.

    A free-will donation will be collected to fundraise for Lyrebird Choral Program's 2016-2017 programming.

  • The 1732 Chœur de Chambre, under the direction of Bruno Habert, will perform Hill's We Bloomed in Spring as a part of their concert "Sweet Music Suite" in Menton, France.

    "In creating the very first semi-professional vocal ensemble in the Alpes-Maritimes in France, the 1732 Chœur de Chambre takes on an effort that is at the same time artistic, humanist, and pedagogical. We wish to construct an ensemble of the highest quality and defend, to as large an audience as possible, a culture that is completely abandoned by the televised media. We wish to offer that which we love and defend: classical music, sacred music, not only in the religious meaning of the term but in the sense of the engagement of everyone and the love of music."

    For more information, visit their website here.

    Performance Details:

    Sunday, May 15th, (5:00 PM) 
    Temple Protestant
    8 rue de la Marne 
    06500 Menton, France 

    Tickets:

    17€ at the door 
    14€ in advance
    10€ for subscribers 
    and free for those under the age of 16 

  • The 1732 Chœur de Chambre, under the direction of Bruno Habert, will perform Hill's We Bloomed in Spring as a part of their concert "Sweet Music Suite" in Cap d'Ail, France.

    "In creating the very first semi-professional vocal ensemble in the Alpes-Maritimes in France, the 1732 Chœur de Chambre takes on an effort that is at the same time artistic, humanist, and pedagogical. We wish to construct an ensemble of the highest quality and defend, to as large an audience as possible, a culture that is completely abandoned by the televised media. We wish to offer that which we love and defend: classical music, sacred music, not only in the religious meaning of the term but in the sense of the engagement of everyone and the love of music."

    For more information, visit their website here.

    Performance Details:

    Saturday, May 14th, (8:00 PM) 
    Église Notre-Dame du Cap Fleuri
    68 avenue 3 Septembre 
    06320 Cap d'Ail, France 

    Tickets:

    17€ at the door 
    14€ in advance
    10€ for subscribers 
    and free for those under the age of 16 

  • The Chamber Singers of Haverford and Bryn Mawr Colleges, under the direction of Thomas Lloyd, will perform Edie Hill's An Illuminated Transience as a part of their Annual Commencement Concert.

    Performance Details:

    Friday,  May 13th (8:30 PM)
    Thomas Great Hall
    Bryn Mawr College, Bryn Mawr, PA

    This event is free and open to the public - all are welcome!

    For more information, visit Haverford College's event page.


April 2016

  • Nicole Riner will be performing Edie Hill's This Floating World at the University of Southern Mississippi in April.

    Praised for her "luscious, full sound" (American Record Guide) and "effortless precision" (Flutist Quarterly), Nicole Riner maintains an active national presence as a recitalist and pedagogue. She has presented masterclasses at universities and conservatories across the country and has performed as a guest artist with orchestras and at summer festivals, chamber music series, and flute fairs in the United States, South America, and Europe. A champion of contemporary music, Nicole has also commissioned and premiered over twenty works by numerous composers both as a soloist and with her chamber group, Verismo Trio.

    For more information, visit Nicole Riner's website.

    Performance Details:

    Thursday, April 21st (6:00 PM)
    Marsh Auditorium
    University of Southern Mississippi
    Hattiesburg, MS

  • The Chamber Singers of Haverford and Bryn Mawr Colleges, under the direction of Thomas Lloyd, will perform Edie Hill's An Illuminated Transience as a part of their program Race Matters - Singing Across the Color Line. This concert together with the Lincoln University Choir, Edryn Coleman, director, is a special collaboration in response to the Black Lives Matter movement and the racial justice issues that inspired it

    This performance is preceded by a 2:00 PM panel discussion on racial justic issues, and followed by a reception at 5:00 PM. The panel discussion on racial justice issues will include questions from the student singers and the audience convened by the Very Rev. Judith Sullivan, Dean, Philadelphia Episcopal Cathedral and the Rev. Dr. Chaz Howard, Chaplain, University of Pennsylvania, with distinguished panelists : Marshall Mitchell, Kameelah Mu'Min Rashad, Dr. Terrance Wiley, Cecily Harwitt, and Rev. Dr. Katie Day.

    Performance Details:

    Saturday, April 16th (4:00 PM)
    Philadelphia Episcopal Cathedral
    19 S. 38th Street, Philadelphia, PA

    For more information visit Haverford College's event page.

  • The Chamber Singers of Haverford and Bryn Mawr Colleges, under the direction of Thomas Lloyd, will perform Edie Hill's An Illuminated Transience as a part of their program Race Matters - Singing Across the Color Line. This concert together with the Lincoln University Choir, Edryn Coleman, director, will take place at Lincoln University at 8:00 PM. This special collaboration is in response to the Black Lives Matter movement and the racial justice issues that inspired it.

  • Minneapolis-based MPLS (imPulse) , under the direction of Samuel Grace, will perform Edie Hill's Clay Jug as a part of their upcoming concert, Infinity and Beyond. This program is in partnership with the Como Planetarium and features choral music on the theme of planets, the solar system, and galaxies. Audiences will experience a projected planetarium performance while MPLS (imPulse) performs, guided by a Planetarium staff member. Refreshments will be served following the performance.

    "MPLS (imPulse) is a 24-voice festival chamber chorus based in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Founded in 2014 by Samuel Grace, the ensemble seeks to re-imagine traditional conventions in choral music and to engage audiences with eclectic music in diverse spaces. Artists in MPLS (imPulse) prepare music in advance of scheduled festival appearances where the ensemble rehearses, builds community, and presents a series of concerts throughout the region. We prioritize the performance of choral music that is eclectic in nature, and we do it in the most diverse spaces we can find."

    Performance Details:

    Friday, April 15th, (7:00 PM, and 8:3o PM) 
    Como Planetarium
    780 W Wheelock Pkwy
    St. Paul, MN 55117

  • The women of the Minnesota Chorale, under the direction of Kathy Saltzman Romey, will be performing Edie Hill's The Bike Let Loose as a part of WomanVoice 2016: Peace Song at Ted Mann Concert Hall.

    WomanVoice 2016 celebrates the creative work of women in the arts through song and readings with choirs from the University of Minnesota, Augsburg College, and St. Catherine's University together with the women of the Minnesota Chorale.

    Performance Details:

    Friday, April 8th, (7:30 PM) 
    Ted Mann Concert Hall
    University of Minnesota
    2128 S 4th St, Minneapolis, MN

    This event is free and open to the public.

March 2016

  • The Singers, under the direction of Matthew Culloton, will be performing two of Edie Hill's works, Marvellous Error! and We Bloomed in Spring, on their upcoming concert "My Soul's Repose".

    Founded in 2004, The Singers organization is dedicated to giving world-class performances of the finest choral literature. The Singers, a professional choir of 40 members, exists to serve as artists, educators, and ambassadors of the choral art. Recognizednationally for their innovative programming, commitment to new music, and peerless artistic quality, The Singers made their debut at the renowned Ravinia Festival in June 2013 and followed that with a second performance in the summer of 2014.

    Performance Details:

    Saturday, March 12th (7:30 PM)
    Nativity of Our Lord Catholic Church
    1900 Stanford Ave, St. Paul, MN
    Price: $33 preferred seating, $21 general, $5 student rush tickets available at the door

    Tickets Here

  • Tantalus Guitar Quartet will be performing Edie Hill's Above the Green Night as a part of the A-State Lecture-Concert Series at Arkansas State University on March 1st, 2016

    Tantalus Quartet has dazzled audiences across the globe with their warm stage presence and their "perfect ensemble: (Reinisher Post, Germany). Tantalus expands the confines of the traditional guitar quartet with new music by award-winning composers among "diverse and orginal" programming (Richard Long, Soundboard). This tradition continues with their second CD release: Foolish Fire, featuring world-premiere recordings of original works written for the Quartet. Tantalus has appeared at important venues including Carnegie Hall, the Guitar Foundation of America Convention, the Mostly Music Series Chicago, and festivals in Canada and Europe. Included in the performance will be works by Kristian Anderson, Edie Hill, Philip Houghton, Roland Dyens, and Clarice Assad. Collaborating with Tantalus in their performance will be a selection of visual artists, dancers, poets, and storytellers producing a concert unlike any that you have seen before!

    For more information, visit Tantalus' website.

    Performance Details:

    Tuesday, March 1st, (7:30 PM) 
    Fine Arts Center Recital Hall
    Fine Arts Building
    Arkansas State University
    2412 Quapaw Way, Jonesboro, AR

    This event is free and open to the public.

February 2016

  • Nicole Riner will be performing Edie Hill's This Floating World at masterclasses and recitals at universities in Virginia during the month of February.

    Praised for her "luscious, full sound" (American Record Guide) and "effortless precision" (Flutist Quarterly), Nicole Riner maintains an active national presence as a recitalist and pedagogue. She has presented masterclasses at universities and conservatories across the country and has performed as a guest artist with orchestras and at summer festivals, chamber music series, and flute fairs in the United States, South America, and Europe. A champion of contemporary music, Nicole has also commissioned and premiered over twenty works by numerous composers both as a soloist and with her chamber group, Verismo Trio.

    For more information, visit Nicole Riner's website.

    Performance Details:

    Tuesday, February 23rd, (5:00PM) Recital and Masterclass
    Virginia Commonwealth University
    Richmond, VA

    Wednesday, February 24th, (12:00PM) Masterclass
    George Mason University
    Fairfax, VA

  • Lawrence University student, Emma Reading, will perform Edie Hill's This Floating World as a part of Erin Lesser flute studio's sophomore recital in Appleton, WI.

    Performance Details:

    Sunday, February 21st (6:00 PM)
    Harper Hall
    Lawrence University
    420 E College Ave, Appleton, WI 

November 2015

  • The acclaimed Tantalus Guitar Quartet will perform Edie's Above the Green Night on November 15 as a part of Bethlehem Lutheran Church's Music Series concerts. The performance is free of charge.

    Tantalus Quartet has dazzled audiences across the globe with their warm stage presence and their "perfect ensemble: (Reinisher Post, Germany). Tantalus expands the confines of the traditional guitar quartet with new music by award-winning composers among "diverse and orginal" programming (Richard Long, Soundboard). This tradition continues with their second CD release: Foolish Fire, featuring world-premiere recordings of original works written for the Quartet. Tantalus has appeared at important venues including Carnegie Hall and the Guitar Foundation of America Convention.

    For more information, visit the Bethlehem Music Series website.

  • Join Edie Hill on Thursday, November 5 at The Schubert Club for a free concert featuring her music! The performance will include the world premiere of Rincón del cielo for tenor and guitar and Clay Jug for SATB div. chorus. 

    Concert Details:
    Thursday, November 5, 12:00pm
    The Schubert Club - Courtroom #317
    75 W 5th St 
    St Paul, MN 55102
    Cost: Free 

    Full Program:
    Draw the Strings Tight for solo guitar
    Rincón del cielo for tenor and guitar
    We Bloomed In Spring for chamber choir
    Clay Jug for chamber choir

    Performers:
    Kristian Anderson, guitar
    Gary Ruschman, tenor
    First Readings Project, J. David Moore, Music Director

October 2015

  • The Vermont Contemporary Music Ensemble (VCME)'s upcoming performance will feature Edie's Cold Blue Night, with Wendy Matthews featured on flute. The performance is called "Frevo | Unhindered by Genres." The performance will include an eclectic and exciting mix of music, including the music of Edie Hill.

    Performance Details:

    October 30 (7:30pm)
    Unitarian Church
    130 Main Street, Montpelier, VT
    Price: $25 general, $12 students and seniors, $5 financially challenged

    October 31 (7:30pm)
    Flynn Space
    Main Street, Burlington, VT
    Price: $27 all seats
    Tickets Here

  • The Vermont Contemporary Music Ensemble (VCME)'s upcoming performance will feature Edie's Cold Blue Night, with Wendy Matthews featured on flute. The performance is called "Frevo | Unhindered by Genres." The performance will include an eclectic and exciting mix of music, including the music of Edie Hill.

    Performance Details:

    October 30 (7:30pm)
    Unitarian Church
    130 Main Street, Montpelier, VT
    Price: $25 general, $12 students and seniors, $5 financially challenged

    October 31 (7:30pm)
    Flynn Space
    Main Street, Burlington, VT
    Price: $27 all seats
    Tickets Here

  • Flutist Linda Chatterton will perform selections from This Floating World during a guest recital at the UMKC Conservatory in Kansas City. Admission is free and open to the public. For complete program information, visit UMKC.edu

    Details:
    Sunday, October 11, 7:30pm
    White Recital Hall
    James C. Olson Performing Arts Center
    4949 Cherry Street
    Kansas City, MO 64110
    Admission: Free

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  • Flutist Donna Hangen will perform movements IV and V of This Floating World in a masterclass with flutist Karl Barton at the Kentucky Flute Festival, which will be held in Comstock Hall at the University of Louisville. For festival registration and a schedule of events, please visit www.fskentucky.org

  • The Netherlands-based Valborg Ensemble will perform "The Bells," for SSATB chorus, as a part of their upcoming winter tour titled "Mysterium."

    The concert will take place in the following cities:

    Oosterland (Den Oever) - December 12, 2014 @ Michaëlskerk, Kerkweg 2
    Middenbeemster - December 14, 2014 @ Breidablick, Bamestraweg 2
    Zeist - December 21, 2014 @ Kerk van het Apostolisch genootschap, Graaf Lodewijklaan 15
    Alkmaar - January 3, 2015 @ Remonstrantse kerk, Fnidsen 33-37
    Gronigen - January 6, 2015 @ Doopsgezinde kerk, Oude Boteringestraat 33

     For more information, please visit valborensemble.nl

  • The Netherlands-based Valborg Ensemble will perform "The Bells," for SSATB chorus, as a part of their upcoming winter tour titled "Mysterium."

    The concert will take place in the following cities:

    Oosterland (Den Oever) - December 12, 2014 @ Michaëlskerk, Kerkweg 2
    Middenbeemster - December 14, 2014 @ Breidablick, Bamestraweg 2
    Zeist - December 21, 2014 @ Kerk van het Apostolisch genootschap, Graaf Lodewijklaan 15
    Alkmaar - January 3, 2015 @ Remonstrantse kerk, Fnidsen 33-37
    Gronigen - January 6, 2015 @ Doopsgezinde kerk, Oude Boteringestraat 33

     For more information, please visit valborensemble.nl

December 2014

  • The Netherlands-based Valborg Ensemble will perform "The Bells," for SSATB chorus, as a part of their upcoming winter tour titled "Mysterium."

    The concert will take place in the following cities:

    Oosterland (Den Oever) - December 12, 2014 @ Michaëlskerk, Kerkweg 2
    Middenbeemster - December 14, 2014 @ Breidablick, Bamestraweg 2
    Zeist - December 21, 2014 @ Kerk van het Apostolisch genootschap, Graaf Lodewijklaan 15
    Alkmaar - January 3, 2015 @ Remonstrantse kerk, Fnidsen 33-37
    Gronigen - January 6, 2015 @ Doopsgezinde kerk, Oude Boteringestraat 33

     For more information, please visit valborensemble.nl

  • The Netherlands-based Valborg Ensemble will perform "The Bells," for SSATB chorus, as a part of their upcoming winter tour titled "Mysterium."

    The concert will take place in the following cities:

    Oosterland (Den Oever) - December 12, 2014 @ Michaëlskerk, Kerkweg 2
    Middenbeemster - December 14, 2014 @ Breidablick, Bamestraweg 2
    Zeist - December 21, 2014 @ Kerk van het Apostolisch genootschap, Graaf Lodewijklaan 15
    Alkmaar - January 3, 2015 @ Remonstrantse kerk, Fnidsen 33-37
    Gronigen - January 6, 2015 @ Doopsgezinde kerk, Oude Boteringestraat 33

     For more information, please visit valborensemble.nl

  • The Netherlands-based Valborg Ensemble will perform "The Bells," for SSATB chorus, as a part of their upcoming winter tour titled "Mysterium."

    The concert will take place in the following cities:

    Oosterland (Den Oever) - December 12, 2014 @ Michaëlskerk, Kerkweg 2
    Middenbeemster - December 14, 2014 @ Breidablick, Bamestraweg 2
    Zeist - December 21, 2014 @ Kerk van het Apostolisch genootschap, Graaf Lodewijklaan 15
    Alkmaar - January 3, 2015 @ Remonstrantse kerk, Fnidsen 33-37
    Gronigen - January 6, 2015 @ Doopsgezinde kerk, Oude Boteringestraat 33

     For more information, please visit valborensemble.nl

November 2014

October 2014

  • The Conservatory Singers of the University of Missouri-Kansas City, conducted by Dr. Robert Bode, will premiere Edie Hill's new arrangement of "Clay Jug" for SATB choir. "Clay Jug" is originally the third movement from A Sound Like This, which is written for nine-part male vocal ensemble. 

    The performance will take place on Sunday, October 26 at Country Club Christian Church in Kansas City. For more information, please visit conservatory.umkc.edu

  • MPLS (imPulse) invites audiences of all ages to attend On Being, a choral concert that encourages us to reflect on the shared experiences in our lives. The performance will feature an eclectic mix of selections by Scandinavian composers Per Nørgård, Jaakko Mäntyjärvi, and Hugo Alfvén, as well as music by Twin Cities composers Edie Hill, Jocelyn Hagen, and Tim Takach. Edie Hill's Dog From Duluth will be featured during the performance.

    Performance Details:
    Sunday, October 12, 4pm 
    Venue: Minneapolis Central Library Atrium
    Address: 300 Nicollet Mall, Minneapolis, MN 55401
    *Free admission - standing room only

    Friday, October 17, 7pm
    Venue: The American Swedish Institute
    Address: 2600 Park Ave S, Minneapolis, MN 55407
    Tickets: $10 students / ASI members; $12 general admission
    https:// 38380.blackbaudhosting.com/ 38380/MPLS-Concert-On-Being

    MPLS (imPulse) is a 24-voice festival chamber chorus founded in 2014 by Artistic Director Samuel Grace. The ensemble’s mission seeks to create a meaningful, community driven experience for its artists and to engage audiences in performance by expanding access to an eclectic repertory of choral music in diverse spaces. Artists in MPLS (imPulse) prepare music in advance of scheduled festival appearances where the ensemble rehearses, builds community, and presents a series of concerts throughout the region.

  • MPLS (imPulse) invites audiences of all ages to attend On Being, a choral concert that encourages us to reflect on the shared experiences in our lives. The performance will feature an eclectic mix of selections by Scandinavian composers Per Nørgård, Jaakko Mäntyjärvi, and Hugo Alfvén, as well as music by Twin Cities composers Edie Hill, Jocelyn Hagen, and Tim Takach. Edie Hill's Dog From Duluth will be featured during the performance.

    Performance Details:
    Sunday, October 12, 4pm 
    Venue: Minneapolis Central Library Atrium
    Address: 300 Nicollet Mall, Minneapolis, MN 55401
    *Free admission - standing room only

    Friday, October 17, 7pm
    Venue: The American Swedish Institute
    Address: 2600 Park Ave S, Minneapolis, MN 55407
    Tickets: $10 students / ASI members; $12 general admission
    https:// 38380.blackbaudhosting.com/ 38380/MPLS-Concert-On-Being

    MPLS (imPulse) is a 24-voice festival chamber chorus founded in 2014 by Artistic Director Samuel Grace. The ensemble’s mission seeks to create a meaningful, community driven experience for its artists and to engage audiences in performance by expanding access to an eclectic repertory of choral music in diverse spaces. Artists in MPLS (imPulse) prepare music in advance of scheduled festival appearances where the ensemble rehearses, builds community, and presents a series of concerts throughout the region.

  • Flutist Wayla Chambo will perform This Floating World  in a recital of twentieth century works for flute and electronics. The recital is at Kenan Music Building at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. The recital is free and open to the public.

    For more information, please visit music.unc.edu

August 2014

June 2014

May 2014

April 2014

  • This week, the women of the University of Minnesota University Singers will perform The Bike Let Loose, conducted by assistant conductor Samuel Grace. The performances are a part of the choir's Minnesota run-out tour, which collaborates with Minnesota high schools.

    Thursday's concert will take place at Hamline United Methodist Church in Saint Paul.

    Friday's concert is at the Newman Center at St. Cloud State University in St. Cloud.

    The University of Minnesota University Singers are conducted by Kathy Saltzman Romey and Matthew Mehaffey.

  • This week, the women of the University of Minnesota University Singers will perform The Bike Let Loose, conducted by assistant conductor Samuel Grace. The performances are a part of the choir's Minnesota run-out tour, which collaborates with Minnesota high schools.

    Thursday's concert will take place at Hamline United Methodist Church in Saint Paul.
    Friday's concert is at the Newman Center at St. Cloud State University in St. Cloud.

    The University of Minnesota University Singers are conducted by Kathy Saltzman Romey and Matthew Mehaffey.

  • Composer-in-Residence Edie Hill will present a concert featuring her music as a part of the Schubert Club Courtroom concert series on April 24. Courtroom concert performances begin at noon and last for about one hour in duration. To learn more about Schubert Club Courtroom concerts, visit http://schubert.org/concerts/courtroom-concerts/

    Courtroom 317, Landmark Center * 75 5th Street * St. Paul, MN 55102

  • The student-run organization, Young Musicians of Minnesota, will perform Edie's Sherman: Scenes and Celebrations as a part of their concert on April 6 at Colonial Church of Edina.

    SHERMAN: SCENES AND CELEBRATIONS is a tribute to a small New England town on the occasion of its 200th birthday. Nestled in the hills of western Connecticut, Sherman has managed to preserve much of its small town flavor while growing to reflect the changes of 21st-century America. I chose to begin the piece with Naromi Brook because it runs from one end of the town to the other, passing though the very heart of the town much like the many people in the town’s history came through and made their mark. The second movement, entitled Overlook, is meant to depict a personal memory of a breathtaking vista I used to encounter when running hills on my high school cross country team. Finally, the piece ends with Fanfare. The music is celebratory and high-spirited, surrounding a recollection of both Naromi Brook and the Vista of Overlook and ends in a sparkling flourish.

    The performance will take place at 5:30.

    Colonial Church of Edina

    6200 Colonial Way

    Edina, MN 55436

  • Flutist Wayla Chambo will perform Edie's This Floating World in a recital at Cal State Monterey-Bay on April 4. To read the full press release, click here. The recital begins at 7:00pm (PDT) in Music Hall, located on Sixth Avenue near Butler Street.

    Chambo will perform again on April 6 on the UC Berkeley campus. The cost for the performance is $10 for general admission and $5 for students. More information regarding the Berkeley performance can be found here.

  • Flutist Wayla Chambo will perform Edie's This Floating World in a recital at Cal State Monterey-Bay on April 4. To read the full press release, click here. The recital begins at 7:00pm (PDT) in Music Hall, located on Sixth Avenue near Butler Street.

    Chambo will perform again on April 6 on the UC Berkeley campus. The cost for the performance is $10 for general admission and $5 for students. More information regarding the Berkeley performance can be found here.

March 2014

February 2014

November 2013

October 2013

  • Conductor Phillip A. Swan will lead the Lawrence University Women's Chorus, Cantala, in two performances featuring Edie Hill's The Bike Let Loose. The performances will take place at the Fox Cities Performing Arts Center in Appleton, WI.

    To watch the event via live stream, please follow the link below:

    http://www.lawrence.edu/conservatory/webcasts

  • The Valborg Choir in the Netherlands will be giving several concerts in October featuring the world premiere of Hill's From the Wingbone of a Swan.

    Saturday, October 5, 2013 - 8:00 pm - Sionskerk, Jacob Catslaan 73, Zeist

    Sunday, October 6, 2013 - 3:45 pm - Catharinakerk, Stratumseind 2, Eindhoven

    Saturday, October 12, 2013 - 8:00 pm - St. Laurentiuskerk, Verdronkenoord 68, Alkmaar

    For more information, visit Valborg Chorus's website.

  • Conductor Phillip A. Swan will lead the Lawrence University Women's Chorus, Cantala, in two performances featuring Edie Hill's The Bike Let Loose. The performances will take place at the Fox Cities Performing Arts Center in Appleton, WI.

    To watch the event via live stream, please follow the link below:

    http://www.lawrence.edu/conservatory/webcasts

  • Hill will give a guest lecture on "The Birth of Music" to the public in Zeist, Netherlands at the invitation of Neils Moes and The Valborg Choir (Arpad Schermann, conductor). The lecture will be given in coordination with The Valborg Choir's concerts (October 5, 6, & 12) that will include the world premiere of Hill's From the Wingbone of a Swan.

September 2013

June 2013

May 2013

April 2013

  • The music of Edie Hill will be featured as a part of the Schubert Club's weekly Courtroom Concert series on April 4 at 12:00PM. Admission is free of charge.

    The program is as follows:

    Rincon del cielo: Corner of the Sky for tenor and guitar (world premiere)

    Songs from Amy Lowell: A Rare Pattern

    An Illuminated Transience for SATB chorus, a cappella (performed by Academy of Voices - Samuel Kjellberg, conductor)

March 2013

February 2013

January 2013