Music of Beth Anderson to be Performed by Violinist Ana Milosavljevic
At Carnegie Hall's Weill Recital Hall - Sunday, January 30 at 5:30 PM
The music of American composer Beth Anderson will be featured in a concert
by critically acclaimed violinist Ana Milosavljevic on Sunday, January
30, 2005 - 5:30 PM at Carnegie Hall's Weill Recital Hall, 154 W 57th
Street, corner of 7th Avenue in New York City.
The concert will celebrate the release of Beth Anderson's new CD "Quilt
Music", which features Ana Milosavljevic, and is on the Albany label -
http://www.albanyrecords.com/. Ms. Milosavljevic will perform Ms.
Anderson's Tale # 1 and Tale #2, Dr. Blood's Mermaid Lullaby and Belgian
Tango, all for violin and piano. The violinist will be performing with
two prominent pianists, Christopher Oldfather and Terezija Cukrov. Other
composers presented on the program will be Margaret Fairlie-Kennedy,
Lauren Bernofsky, Chen Yi and John Adams.
Tickets are $23. For more information and to order tickets, call
917-488-4725, or e-mail [log in to unmask] This concert is sponsored
in part by New York Women Composers, Inc. and Artists International
A native of Serbia, Ana Milosavljevic has performed widely throughout
the United States and Europe as a solo, chamber and orchestral musician.
Her interpretations of new music, including several world premieres,
have been featured at Merkin Hall and Weill Recital Hall, Dag Hammarskjold
Library Auditorium at the United Nations, and at concerts of the New
York Composers Circle, NACUSA, and the American Music Festival (presented
by American Composers Alliance). She also collaborates with the Take
Dance Company, directed by Takehiro Ueyama, former dancer of Paul Taylor
Dance Company. The winner of several grants from New York Women Composers,
Inc., she has also appeared in orchestral performances at Carnegie Hall,
Alice Tully Hall, and Verizon Hall in Philadelphia, as well in performances
at the Spoleto (Italy), Aspen, and Santo Domingo music festivals.
Beth Anderson's music has been described as having "a refreshing simplicity
without naivete" and as -"deeply felt, direct, and yes, beautiful" and
"charming and deeply felt to the point of romanticism." Her latest CDs
are Swales and Angels-
and Quilt Music. An essay by Ms. Anderson about her music for the
American Music Center's NewMusicBox webmagazine can be read at
On January 28, 2005 Soprano Francoise Vanhecke will perform Ms. Anderson's
Cat Songs (also from Quilt Music) at the Stadtische Galerie Villa Zanders,
Bergisch - Gladbach, in Germany. The concert also includes music of
Irma Bilbao, Rain Worthington, Violeta Dinescu, Elisabeth Austin, Joyce
Hope Suskind, Stefania de Kenessey, Awilda Villarini, Joelle Wallach and
For more information about composer Beth Anderson, including a bio, list
of works, discography and much more, please visit http://www.beand.com.
You can also contact Jeffrey James Arts Consulting at 516-797-9166 or
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Jeffrey James Arts Consulting