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A Homecoming for Judd Greenstein

Wednesday, October 3rd, 2012

Williams College graduate Judd Greenstein is returning to his roots. On Tuesday, October 9th, Judd will appear at Williams College alongside NOW Ensemble and filmmaker Joshua Frankel, to perform Judd’s Change Trilogy and show Josh’s film, Plan of the City, in its live version with NOW Ensemble. They will also be giving a pre-concert lecture, and there will be a post-concert hang to chat with Judd, Joshua, and members of the ensemble. For more information, click here!

Admission is FREE.

Change in Wisconsin

Tuesday, September 4th, 2012

Judd Greenstein’s Change will be performed by Present Music, Milwaukee’s cutting-edge contemporary music ensemble! Kicking off their 2012-2013 season, Present Music has put together a program that traces the progression of contemporary music, featuring the work of Steve Reich, Georg Friedrich Haas, and Anna Clyne, in addition to Judd. Click here for more details!

Saturday, September 1, 2012 at 7:30pm

Judd Greenstein: A Sound Investment

Thursday, August 30th, 2012

As the Alabama Symphony Orchestra’s Sound Investment composer for the 2012-2013 season, Judd Greenstein will compose a piece to be premiered by conductor Jason Brown and the ASO. So if you’re spending Valentine’s Day in Birmingham, why not take in a world premier? Click here for tickets and more info.

Thursday, February 14, 2013 · 8 PM
Tickets $12 – $39

Start your summer with Judd’s Sh’lomo!

Tuesday, May 22nd, 2012

Judd Greenstein’s ensemble The Yehudim will perform his Six Points Project ‘Sh’lomo’ as part of the River To River Festival, and Ecstatic Summer! The Yehudim, dubbed “an epiphany” by The New York Times, will be joined by Merrill Garbus, composer William Brittelle, and vocal ensemble Roomful of Teeth, for an unforgettable evening. Ecstatic Summer continues with performances through July and August.

Click here for more details!

FREE, outdoors, and open to the public!
Saturday, June 30th, at 7pm

Judd’s ‘The Yehudim’ an NBC NY Pick!

Tuesday, May 22nd, 2012

NBC New York’s “Five Shows to See at Riverfest” select Judd Greenstein’s ‘The Yehudim’, along with Philip Glass, George Clinton, Nico Muhly, and Body Language. Check out the full article here!

Judd’s Work in Arizona!

Tuesday, May 22nd, 2012

Fellow Judd Greenstein will have his piece “In Teaching Others We Teach Ourselves” premiered at the Scottsdale Performing Arts Center! Commissioned by SPAC and the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, the piece will be performed by vioist Nadia Sirota, and a string quartet.

In addition, members of the Grammy Award-winning Phoenix Chorale will perform a selection of Judd’s other works. The concert also will include an introduction by SMoCA Assistant Curator Claire Carter and commentary from Greenstein and Sirota. Click here for more details!

Saturday, June 9, 8 p.m.
Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts
Tickets are $19, and can be purchased here!

Judd Greenstein’s work at le Poisson Rouge!

Monday, May 7th, 2012

Pianist Michael Mizrahi will celebrate the release of his debut album The Bright Moon, on New Amsterdam Records, by performing pieces from the album at ! at (le) Poisson Rouge, including work by Fellow Judd Greenstein!

Click here for more details.

Tuesday, June 12th
Doors 6PM, Show 7PM
$12 advance, $15 at door

Judd Greenstein and BAM!

Friday, March 16th, 2012

Parts of Judd’s Six Points Project “The Yehudim” will kick off an awesome evening at BAMcafe, as a part of the BAM-produced Crossing Brooklyn Ferry!

More details can be found here. The evening starts at 5:00pm, so don’t be late!

Judd Greenstein’s Work in Brooklyn

Monday, February 27th, 2012

Members of the Brooklyn Philharmonic will be performing Judd’s Be There as a part of their Chamber Concert series. The concert explores Brooklyn’s development over the past 200 years, from a bedroom community to a major city of its own. Music will include repertoire by great Brooklyn composers such as Gershwin and Copland (who was born and raised in Prospect Heights), as well as Judd Greenstein, and other composers living in the Borough today.

Sunday, March 4, 2012

4 pm
Dweck Center of the Brooklyn Public Library Central Branch


Ecstatic Music Festival to Feature Judd Greenstein

Wednesday, February 22nd, 2012

On Saturday, Six Points Fellow Judd Greenstein, curator for the Ecstatic Music Festival, will have his music performed by the polyglot vocal octet Roomful of Teeth. They will also be presenting a new collaboration with Glasser (Cameron Mesirow), praised for her “beautiful songs, both sweet and abstract, deeply felt and anodyne,” (NY Times) and other selections from their ever-growing catalogue of dynamic repertoire.

The second-annual Ecstatic Music Festival will feature more than 150 performers and composers from different musical backgrounds, who are re-defining music today. In 11 collaborative concerts – all with first performances of new works – the festival will put its finger on the pulse of contemporary “post-classical” music.