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Composer Meira Warshauer to Appear at CD Signing in New York City

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Jeffrey James <[log in to unmask]>

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Composer Meira Warshauer to Appear at CD Signing in New York City

New York, NY - Composer Meira Warshauer will present excerpts from her
new Torah-inspired CD, Streams in the Desert: Music for Orchestra and
Chorus (Albany Records - Troy 973) on Sunday, February 24 at 3 p.m.,
Barnes and Noble at Lincoln Triangle, 3rd floor, located at 1972 Broadway
at 66th St. in Manhattan.

Soprano Stephanie Gregory and mezzo-soprano Jennifer Hines will join
Ms.  Warshauer in performing excerpts from the CD. Discussion with Marvin
Rosen, award-winning host of WPRB-FM's 'Classical Discoveries.' CD signing
to follow. Admission is free and open to the public. For more information
contact Barnes & Noble at 212-595-6859 or visit them online at
http://storelocator.barnesandnoble.com/storedetail.do?store=3D2628.

Meira Warshauer has devoted much of her creative output to Jewish themes
and their universal message. She writes, 'The Torah, Jewish teaching and
tradition, is likened to water. It is the source of blessing and goodness,
filling all who drink from its well with the knowledge of God.  I hope
this recording will help to satisfy our thirst and encourage us to
continue opening our hearts to the Eternal Spirit in each of us.'

The CD was recorded in Bratislava, Slovakia, by the Slovak Radio
Symphony Orchestra and Philharmonic Chorus conducted by Kirk Trevor,
with soloists Stephanie Gregory, soprano, Jennifer Hines, mezzo soprano,
Michael Hendrick, tenor, and Carol Potter, narrator. Read a review of
the disk at http://www.cvnc.org/reviews/cd_dvd_book/cd/Warshauer.html.

Meira Warshauer's compositions have been performed and recorded to
critical acclaim throughout the United States and in Israel, Europe,
South America, and Asia. She has received numerous awards from ASCAP as
well as the America Music Center, Meet the Composer, and was twice awarded
the Artist Fellowship in Music by the SC Arts Commission (1994 and 2005).
In 2000, she received the first Art and Cultural Achievement Award from
the Jewish Historical Society of South Carolina.

Dr. Warshauer is a Visiting Lecturer at Columbia College, Columbia, South
Carolina. Her CDs include Streams in the Desert, oratorios for orchestra,
chorus and soloists on Albany Music, Yes! for clarinet and orchestra on
Perspectives with MMC Recordings, and Revelation for orchestra, included
on the MMC CD Robert Black Conducts. Her music is published by Oxford
University Press, MMB Music, World Music Press and Kol Meira Publications.
Her Symphony No. 1: Living Breathing Earth received its premiere by a
commissioning consortium in Spring 2007. This project is detailed in her
Bracha newsletter at http://www.jamesarts.com/releases/oct07/MW_nws_101707.htm.

For more information about Meira Warshauer, visit the newly-redesigned
www.meirawarshauer.com. Press inquiries can be directed to Jeffrey James
Arts Consulting at 516-586-3433 or [log in to unmask]

Jeffrey James Arts Consulting
Website: http://www.jamesarts.com

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