2014 New Voices @ CUA Festival

New Voices @ CUA is a festival of new music written for the voice. Now in its fourth edition, the festival showcases art song, chamber music, cabaret, and sacred music over two days at The Benjamin T Rome School of Music at The Catholic University of America in Washington, DC. Information below is for the 4th edition of the festival, to take place January 24 - 25, 2014 on the campus of Catholic University. Please feel free to browse through our upcoming and previous editions of the festival via the links above. Concert and ticketing info for the 2014 edition can be found below.

Please direct all questions to: CUANewVoices@gmail.com


2014 New Voices @ CUA Featured Composers and Concerts

Click on the composers' names to view their profiles, read about their featured works, and listen to samples of their works!

Friday, 24 January 2014. CUA Student Showcase. 7:00 PM
Location: Ward Recital Hall

Amanda Bono, Give Me Your Stars to Hold
Justus Parotta, Lottie Silks
Juan Amaya. Some May Sat
Megan DiGeorgio, Isaiah 41:10
Jonathan Kirby, Memorare
Paul Kneusel, I Love You, O My God
Matthew Yost, Corona Divinae Misericordiae

Friday, 24 January 2014. Art Song & Cabaret Concert. 9:00 PM
Location: Edward J. Pryzbyla University Center

Michael Betteridge, Except for love's sake only: Three Songs of Elizabeth Barrett Browning
D. Edward Davis, Two Songs: for mezzo-soprano and piano
Arthur Gottschalk, Beat: Song Cycle for High Voice and Piano
John C. Griffin, This is Just to Say
Christopher Lamb, Fire & Ice: for Tenor and Piano

Saturday, 25 January 2014. Sacred Concert. 1:00 PM
Location:
St. Vincent de Paul Chapel

Doug Brandt, Remebering That It Happened Once
Pete Deshler, Kyrie Eleison
Brian Fennelly, SACRED SONGS
Thomas Feilding, Let the Peoples Praise You, O God
Nathan Nokes, O Gracious Light
Margaret Stoop, Unspoken Prayer
Zvonimir Tot, Credo for Mixed Choir

Saturday, 25 January 2014. Chamber Concert. 7:00 PM
Location:
Ward Recital Hall

Gregory Hutter, Spirits of the Dead
Patricia Julien, Mother to Son
Ryan Olivier, Magis: Songs on Poems by Gerard Manley Hopkins
Laurence Sherr, Flame Language


2014 Festival Tickets: Online Purchase Coming Soon!
FREE for CUA Students and Faculty
FREE for Students 17 and under accompanied by a ticketed adult
$15 General Admission (single event)
$10 Seniors (60 and better) and Non-CUA Students (single event)
$50 General Admission Festival Pass (all events)
$30 Seniors and Students Festival Pass (all events)
Present Student ID at the door for Student Rates!

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