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The New Jersey Daily Record offers a sneak peek IMAP's "Edgar Allan Poe" concert

New Jersey Daily Record previews Oct 24 Poe concert

The New Jer­sey Daily Record offers a sneak peek IMAP’s “Edgar Allan Poe” concert

Richard D. Rus­sell will have three pieces per­formed on Octo­ber 24, 2010 at the Bell and Barter The­ater in Rock­away, NJ. Details are on the poster, please click for a...

Three Compositions based on Poe poems: Oct 24

Richard D. Rus­sell will have three pieces per­formed on Octo­ber 24, 2010 at the Bell and Barter The­ater in Rock­away, NJ. Details are on the poster, please click for a…

On July 25, 2010 In Mid Air Pro­duc­tions presents its next Sea­sonal Sun­day Salon: ‚ÄúSongs of a Sul­try Sum­mer: Sur­ren­der to the Siren.‚Äù The con­cert will fea­ture sev­eral world pre­mieres,...

A Law Divine” and songs from “Hades”, on July 25

On July 25, 2010 In Mid Air Pro­duc­tions presents its next Sea­sonal Sun­day Salon: ‚ÄúSongs of a Sul­try Sum­mer: Sur­ren­der to the Siren.‚Äù The con­cert will fea­ture sev­eral world premieres,…

On June 30, 2010, the Mannes Col­lege of Music was treated to some really great per­for­mances of two song cycles of mine. Soprano Sofia Dim­itrova, accom­pa­nied by Sophia Munoz, per­formed...

Two Song Cycles featured in Mannes College of Music Concert

On June 30, 2010, the Mannes Col­lege of Music was treated to some really great per­for­mances of two song cycles of mine. Soprano Sofia Dim­itrova, accom­pa­nied by Sophia Munoz, performed…

Two pieces by Richard Rus­sell will be fea­tured in a con­cert at Mannes Col­lege of Music on June 30, 8pm. Mannes is at 150 West 85th Street in New York,...

Two Russell pieces at Mannes College on June 30

Two pieces by Richard Rus­sell will be fea­tured in a con­cert at Mannes Col­lege of Music on June 30, 8pm. Mannes is at 150 West 85th Street in New York,…

Peter Sheri­dan, an Australian-based spe­cial­ist in low flutes, recently per­formed my “Fast Tides, Slow Tides” in Port­land, Ore­gon. This was a spe­cial arrange­ment writ­ten for him to per­form on alto...

Peter Sheridan performs “Fast Tides, Slow Tides”

Peter Sheri­dan, an Australian-based spe­cial­ist in low flutes, recently per­formed my “Fast Tides, Slow Tides” in Port­land, Ore­gon. This was a spe­cial arrange­ment writ­ten for him to per­form on alto…

On Fri­day May 7, the New York Com­posers Cir­cle pre­sented an “Encores” Out­reach Pro­gram at the JASA West Side Com­mu­nity Cen­ter on the upper west side of Man­hat­tan. Soprano Sofia...

A Poe Fantasia” sung in NYCC’s “Encores Outreach Program”

On Fri­day May 7, the New York Com­posers Cir­cle pre­sented an “Encores” Out­reach Pro­gram at the JASA West Side Com­mu­nity Cen­ter on the upper west side of Man­hat­tan. Soprano Sofia…

It was more than an Emily Dick­in­son con­cert, it was an expe­ri­ence! Jes­sica Cas­tro as Emily Dick­in­son read poems, and music by Richard Rus­sell, Raphael Fusco, and Robert Butts pro­vided...

Two Russell pieces presented at Emily Dickinson concert

It was more than an Emily Dick­in­son con­cert, it was an expe­ri­ence! Jes­sica Cas­tro as Emily Dick­in­son read poems, and music by Richard Rus­sell, Raphael Fusco, and Robert Butts provided…

A spe­cial cham­ber music ver­sion of “The Tune is in the Tree” will be per­formed by soprano Mar­jorie Berg, and Pamela Stein will sing “When Time is Over” in a...

New Concert Series features Two Richard Russell Compositions

A spe­cial cham­ber music ver­sion of “The Tune is in the Tree” will be per­formed by soprano Mar­jorie Berg, and Pamela Stein will sing “When Time is Over” in a…

I’m a lit­tle late in post­ing a recap, but bet­ter late than never! On Feb­ru­ary 23, 2010, Sofia Dim­itrova, accom­pa­nied by Tamara Cashour (not pic­tured) per­formed “When Time is Over”...

When Time is Over” presented by NYCC

I’m a lit­tle late in post­ing a recap, but bet­ter late than never! On Feb­ru­ary 23, 2010, Sofia Dim­itrova, accom­pa­nied by Tamara Cashour (not pic­tured) per­formed “When Time is Over”…

In a recent Book Review of the New York Times (Decem­ber 2, 2006), William F. Buck­ley reviews Mar­tin Geck’s new biog­ra­phy of Johann Sebas­t­ian Bach. Of Geck, Buck­ley writes: He...

Don’t Scalpel the Mona Lisa!

In a recent Book Review of the New York Times (Decem­ber 2, 2006), William F. Buck­ley reviews Mar­tin Geck’s new biog­ra­phy of Johann Sebas­t­ian Bach. Of Geck, Buck­ley writes: He…

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