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    • 2022-02-09
    • 5:00 PM
    • Virtual
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    BNMI will continue to host the Salon Series throughout the 2021-2022 season as part of the Living Music Summit! The third event will be on Wednesday, February 9 at 5pm ET. Members will have the opportunity to present their works in a panel-style discussion to other composers and a general audience, with moderation by BNMI staff.

    Presenting is free for full members or $5 for associate members. A maximum of 3 presenters can register (a waitlist option will be available).

    Attendance for the general audience (i.e. without presenting) is free, but will be capped at 15.


    • 2022-03-09
    • 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
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    Join us for the third of our Composer Interview Series on March 9 at 3pm ET. Our guest will be Ingrid Stölzel. Get to know the composer and her music!

    Composer Ingrid Stölzel has been described as having “a gift for melody” (San Francisco Classical Voice) and “evoking a sense of longing” that creates “a reflective and serene soundscape that makes you want to curl up on your windowsill to re-listen on a rainy day.” (I Care If You Listen)

    Stölzel’s compositions have been commissioned by leading soloists and ensembles, and performed in concert halls and festivals worldwide, including Carnegie Hall, Merkin Concert Hall, Kennedy Center, Seoul Arts Center, Thailand International Composition Festival, Festival Osmose (Belgium), Vox Feminae Festival (Israel), Dot the Line Festival (South Korea), Ritornello Chamber Music Festival (Canada), Festival of New Music at Florida State (USA), Beijing Modern Music Festival (China), Festival of New American Music (USA), and SoundOn Festival of Modern Music (USA). Her music has been recognized in numerous competitions, among them recently the Suzanne and Lee Ettelson Composer’s Award, Red Note Composition Competition, the Robert Avalon International Competition for Composers, and the Kaleidoscope Chamber Orchestra Competition. Recordings can be found on various commercial releases including her portrait album “The Gorgeous Nothings” which features her chamber and vocal chamber music. Stölzel teaches composition at the University of Kansas School of Music.

Past events

2022-01-06 Composer Interview Series II - Jerod Tate
2021-12-15 BNMI Salon Series II
2021-11-10 Composer Interview Series I - Gabriel Bolaños
2021-10-05 BNMI Salon Series I
2021-07-27 BNMI Summer Salon
2021-06-20 Living Music Summit: Bon Appétit
2021-06-19 Living Music Summit: Writing for Violin and Viola Workshop
2021-06-18 Living Music Summit: Full Program
2021-05-22 Workshop: Writing Your Bio
2021-05-13 BNMI Salon Series: Salon VI
2021-03-23 BNMI Salon Series: Salon V
2021-03-06 Social Media and Web Presence for Composers and Musicians
2021-02-25 BNMI Salon Series: Salon IV
2021-01-12 BNMI Salon Series: Salon III
2020-12-09 BNMI Salon Series: Salon II
2020-10-29 BNMI Fall Salon
2020-08-30 Outdoor Concert
2019-11-09 Resounding Bodies and Spirits
2019-04-07 The Beauty of the Line
2019-02-16 <3
2018-11-03 Cello Composition Workshop
2018-10-12 The Beauty of the Night
2018-09-16 Beer for Music
2018-04-05 Dramatic Tensions
2018-01-27 Five's a Crowd - with special guest patchtax
2017-11-10 Opera Bites - Boston Opera Collaborative
2017-09-23 Fall Composition Workshop - Boston New Music Festival
2017-04-22 BNMI Season 8 Concert Ars Nexa Tempora
2017-01-21 Winter Composition Workshop
2016-11-04 Dualities
2016-04-16 BNMI Season 7 Spring Concert
2016-01-30 BNMI Season 7 Winter Concert
2015-04-16 SPACE/TIME
2014-11-14 Voci et Veritas
2014-04-12 Season 5 Finale
2013-10-31 BNMI at Ryles Jazz Club
2013-08-16 BNMI Post-Concert Reception
2013-02-16 A Candid Conversation with Richard Cornell

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