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iKTUS Percussion Concert Tomorrow Night!!!

Dec. 4th, 2009 | 08:35 pm
posted by: iktuspercussion in nyys

iktus + 1 Music for Percussion Quartet and Soloist
Featuring the Cadilac Moon Ensemble

Saturday, December 5, 2009 - 8PM
Saint Peter's Church - Chelsea
346 W. 20th Street, NYC

$15 General Admission, $10 Student

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Iktus Concert Tonight!

Nov. 20th, 2008 | 09:37 am
posted by: iktuspercussion in nyys

Hello, friends!

IPQ has an upcoming concert which we'd love to have you attend.

November 20, 2008, 1PM
Iktus on Wall Street
There's no better way to split up your day than by attending an afternoon concert. We will be performing for the first time at the beautiful Trinity Church in downtown Manhattan. Our performance will include works by White, Ligeti, Wolfe, Reich, and others.

Live Podcasts of this performance will be available using the following link:

Trinity Wall Street
74 Trinity Place
New York, NY 10006

We hope to see you soon!


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Iktus Concert

Oct. 18th, 2008 | 02:25 pm
posted by: iktuspercussion in nyys

 RAM Slam: featuring Iktus Percussion Quartet

Saturday, October 18 at 8:30 pm 
Symphony Space (Leonard Nimoy Thalia)
2537 Broadway at 95th Street NY, NY 10025
$20; Members/Students/Seniors $15

The Astoria Music Society presents RAM Slam!, featuring the Iktus Percussion Quartet, a dynamic young ensemble committed to expanding the boundaries of the percussion genre, in a performance of all-new works written by R.A.M. (Random Access Music), a consortium of six New York City composers.


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Body_and_ Soul_2.0 orchestral >>

Jul. 20th, 2008 | 11:29 am
posted by: andrewjazz in nyys

SOLARIS project

Nu-Jazz from Schostakovich’s motherland ;)

The original version of famous 1930 “Body and Soul” standard, that features a sophisticated polyphonic “basso ostinato” middle section along with modern beats!

Beautiful Chorus 1, dramatic Chorus 2; short reflection, crescendo and first climax in Bridge, then polyphonic journey through subconsciousness and violin solo as the general climax …post-catharsis major Reprise and dissolve-in-the-light Coda.

You have NEVER heard a song like that

Body and Soul, 6.1M >>

Ann Rodi - voice

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iktus percussion concerts!!!

May. 22nd, 2008 | 07:52 am
posted by: iktuspercussion in nyys


May, 23 2008 at goodbye-blue-monday
1087 Broadway, Brooklyn, New York
9 PM
Cost :??

May, 24 2008 at ETG Cafe
208 Bay Street, Staten Island, New York
8 PM
Cost :??

Check out iktus while sipping your chai latte. We’ll be performing a wide array of music from xenakis to reich and much much more!! Don’t miss this opportunity to here some great music for percussion. All upbeat and intense for any audience!


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Concert Tomorrow Night in NYC!

May. 2nd, 2008 | 06:39 pm
posted by: iktuspercussion in nyys

iktus percussion quartet

May, 3 2008 at Pianos 8 pm
158 Ludlow Street, New York, New York 10002
Cost : ???

Come here some premiers by the composers of Forecast Music as well some great classics of the percussion repertoire.

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Oct. 19th, 2007 | 04:48 pm
posted by: iktuspercussion in nyys

 IKTUS Percussion Quartet

Sunday October 21, 2007  3 PM
Francis de Chantel Church
190 Hollywood Avenue
Bronx, NY 10465

Performing 20th Century Works of: 
Daniel Levitan, Barbara White, Ushio Torakai, Steve Reich

For more info contact:

Visit us on the web at:

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FREE CONCERT!!!!!!!!!!

Nov. 27th, 2006 | 08:27 pm
posted by: iktuspercussion in nyys

iktus percussion quartet
Roy Campbell
Chris Graham
Charlie Schmid
Danielle Weinberg

Monday November 27, 2006 8PM
SUNY Purchase College
Conservatory of Music, Recital Hall

Featuring works by:
John Cage, James Tenney
Lou Harrison, Nebojsa Zivkovic

For more informtaion contact:

Or visit our website at:

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Just some info

Aug. 14th, 2006 | 09:31 pm
posted by: park_the_car in nyys

Hello all!

I've found this community by a slight stroke of luck, actually, while browsing through. 

I'm a violist from Houston going into my sophomore year of college in NYC.  I'm pursuing an academic degree but study viola outside of my university and am seriously considering a MM from a conservatory after I graduate, so my teacher suggested that I look into the NYYS chamber music program since it might be more intensive than what I get out of my school.

For some general info, I was wondering if you could give me any background/comments on your experience in the chamber music program. Specifically I want to know about how much repertoire is done in a typical season, how rehearsals are done in , and if there are any other college students in the program (if any are in this community I'd love your input!). 

Thanks in advance!

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Mar. 24th, 2006 | 02:20 pm
posted by: answer_seekers in nyys

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