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Versipel presents Nouveau Classical Project 4/4 @Cafe Istanbul

Versipel presents Nouveau Classical Project 4/4 @Cafe Istanbul

Versipel New Music is excited to welcome Nouveau Classical Project for their New Orleans debut. They will perform Currents, an electro-acoustic concert that juxtaposes contrasting compositional styles in an eclectic program, celebrating the marriage of tradition and technology featuring works by composers who thrive in both the classical and pop worlds, Olga Bell and Gabrielle Herbst … Continue reading

2018 Fall Fundraising Appeal

2018 Fall Fundraising Appeal

Versipel New Music’s 2018 Fall Fundraising Appeal Versipel New Music is back for our fifth season, presenting the latest in contemporary classical music to the New Orleans area! More Versipel means more sonic mayhem, more spontaneous creation, more ear candy, and more of the latest chamber music written by composers far and wide. Why Versipel? Versipel New Music is … Continue reading

Versipel at Southern Sonic

Versipel at Southern Sonic Friday, May 11th, 7:30 pm, CAC – New Orleans Southern Sonic, a new festival of experimental music, sound art, and sound-based visual art, begins this week at the Contemporary Arts Center (CAC) in New Orleans. The festival, which runs May 10th through the 13th, will host a number of world premieres … Continue reading

Call for Scores Selections [Phase 1]

The following works have been selected for performance on the Versipel + Electronics show on March 14th at Tulane University: Everything is Broken, We Sing for cello and piano by Daniel Harrison Landscape With Inscription for flute, violin, percussion, and electronics by Alican Çamci The Bold Arch of Undreamt Bridges for ensemble and electronics by Peter Gilbert … Continue reading

Versipel+Electronics – March 14 @ Tulane Recital Hall

Versipel+Electronics – March 14 @ Tulane Recital Hall

Versipel New Music continues its fourth season with an evening of stunning contemporary chamber music augmented with electronics from the United States and beyond. Collectively, the pieces chosen for this program approach the use of electronics in far-ranging ways with far-reaching results – from works that immerse us in delicate ambient otherworlds, works that act … Continue reading