Upcoming Events

Sunday, May 19, 20247:30pm

Ensemble in Process performs works by Missy Mazzoli at Epiphany Center for the Arts in Chicago


201 S Ashland Ave, Chicago, IL 60607 map

Ensemble in Process will make its Chicago debut on May 19, 2024, 7.30pm at the Epiphany Center for the Arts with a concert dedicated to works accompanied by visuals on screen, an homage to the art of Hollywood cinema: “Ensemble in Visual Motion” . Allyson Clare and Brian Mark debut their Midwestern collaborative tour with works by Steve Reich, Ursula Kwong-Brown, Ian Dicke, Jonathan HannauMissy MazzoliAnuj Bhutani, and Brian Mark, with collaborations of Chicago based flautist Robin Meiksins and visual artist Aespyne Alix. Also on this program is a new video installation for a previously composed piece by Jonathan Hannau.

Tuesday, May 28, 20247:00pm

Helikon Opera presents Proving Up at the Helikon Opera Theater, Moscow, as part of the Muffled Voices Festival


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On Tuesday, May 28 at 19:00 on the stage of the White Column Hall of Princess Shakhovskaya of the Helikon-Opera Theater the Russian premiere of the acclaimed opera “Proving Up” by the American composer Missy Mazzoli with a libretto by Royce Vavrek and the world premiere of the opera “Zhdana” by Alina Nebykova based on the story of the same name by Alexey will take place Nebykov performed by soloists of Helikon-Oepra, Carnegie Hall and the Bolshoi Theater.

June 17June 22, 2024

Announcing the 2024 Luna Lab Festival

San Francisco, CA

We are thrilled to announce our annual festival, which will be held from June 17-22, 2024 in San Francisco.

The 2023–24 fellows—Maria Emiliano, Ilaria Hawley, Haeon Lee, Peyton Nelesen, Marvel Roth, and Hannah Wolkowitz—will travel to San Francisco to participate in six days of workshops, masterclasses, networking events, performances, and more. Get to know the fellows on our website.

August 210:00am12:30pm

Open Rehearsal: The Grand Teton Music Festival Orchestra performs Violin Concerto (Procession) at Walk Festival Hall in Teton Village, WY


3330 W. Cody Lane, Teton Village, WY 83025 map

Enjoy a behind-the-scenes look as the conductor and orchestra rehearse for the weekend Festival Orchestra concerts.

Meaghan on Deck
During the break at Open Rehearsals, join Education Curator Meaghan Heinrich and special guests on the Pavilion for a casual opportunity for attendees to ask questions about what they just heard or what they’re about to hear.

Friday, August 2, 20247:00pm

The Grand Teton Music Festival Orchestra performs Violin Concerto (Procession) at Walk Festival Hall in Teton Village, WY


3330 W. Cody Lane, Teton Village, WY 83025 map

Popular Finnish Conductor Dalia Stasevska returns to Walk Festival Hall to lead a performance of her country’s most beloved and evocative symphony. Her program also includes the rousing conclusion to Ginastera’s Ballet Estancia and an appearance by violinist Jennifer Koh with a concerto written for her by composer Missy Mazzoli.

Friday, August 30, 20247:30pm

The Junge Deutsche Philharmonie performs These Worlds In Us at Frankfurt LAB, Frankfurt, Germany

Mental health is not just a buzzword in the music scene achieved, but is a real topic for the future: In a society that always has to cope with change processes, psychological well-being for the individual and society is of enormous importance.

The Holy Presence of Joan d’Arc of the Afro-American Composer Julius Eastman and These Worlds In Us by Missy Mazzoli both revolve around the theme of isolation.

September 7, 7:00 pm September 8, 2024, 7:00 pm

The Berlin Philharmonic performs Orpheus Undone at the Philharmonie Berlin as part of Musikfest Berlin


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He performed in the circus, was celebrated as a pianist, was made to do forced labour under Stalin – György Cziffra’s life was full of successes and tragedies. These are portrayed in a radical and touching way in Cziffra Psodia, a piano concerto composed by fellow Hungarian Peter Eötvös. The soloist for this performance is Pierre-Laurent Aimard; Jonathan Nott conducts. In the same programme, Charles Ives’ Fourth Symphony takes us into early American modernism: a visionary collage of hymns, marches and fugues that explores fundamental questions of existence, performed by a powerful orchestra with piano and choir.

September 11, 6:00 pm September 12, 2024, 6:00 pm

The Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra performs Sinfonia (for Orbiting Spheres) at Berwaldhallen, Stockholm


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The American pianist Jonathan Biss is regarded as one of the foremost interpreters of Ludwig van Beethoven’s music. In this concert the youthful second piano concerto is combined with composer Timo Andres’ The Blind Banister, written for Biss to be performed alongside a piece by Beethoven. Conductor and violinist Pekka Kuusisto also leads the Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra in Missy Mazzoli’s Sinfonia (for Orbiting Spheres).

September 25, 7:00 pm September 29, 2024, 2:00 pm

Opera Philadelphia performs The Listeners at the Academy of Music, Philadelphia, PA


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Composer Missy Mazzoli and librettist Royce Vavrek follow up on their acclaimed 2016 world premiere Breaking the Waves with a thriller about the seductive power of cults and charismatic leaders in a divided nation.

The Listeners examines the lengths to which we, as Americans, are willing to go to find a sense of place and purpose, and the way in which confident, charming leaders can exploit these needs to their own ends.

Thursday, February 13, 20257:30pm

The Royal Liverpool Philharmonic performs River Rouge Transfiguration at Liverpool Philharmonic Hall


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When East meets West, anything becomes possible. For Russian-American conductor Lidiya Yankovskaya, it can mean Missy Mazzoli seeing heaven in a Detroit steelworks, or Brahms embracing his inner Hungarian in one of the sweetest and sunniest of great violin concertos. And above all, it can mean Dmitri Shostakovich combining tragedy, irony and pure knockabout farce in his extraordinary Sixth Symphony. A fitting tribute in his anniversary year.