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Video: January 2018 Salon

Thank you to everyone who joined us in person and online for our Salon concert, especially for your patience as we rescheduled from last September due to the hurricane! Below are videos of each piece on the program. If you like these pieces, let us know in the comments. Or better yet, tell your friends! Check back soon for information about future performances!

David James Nielsen: Welcome to Nantucket and Annabelle Hooper Finale

Members of the Orlando Youth Orchestra

Nicole Gutman: A Capella Arias

Nicole Gutman, soprano

Sharon Omens: Landscapes

Sharon Omens and Eric Brook, piano

Brandon Martin: Devotion and L’Éternité

Brandon Martin, baritone and Sharon Omens, piano

Damien Simon: Bailey’s Nails and False Narratives

Miguel Cardenas, guitar and Daniel Cortes, viola

Seunghee Lee: Flying Kite

EunMi Ko, piano

Call for Participation: Fifth Annual Composers Salon

Central Florida composers are invited to submit works for the 5th Annual Composer’s Salon concert held at the Orlando White House on Sunday, September 10th at 7:30PM. All styles of art music, acoustic and electronic, are welcome for consideration. The composers must provide their own performers. The concert will be presented to an audience of new music fans in Orlando and live-streamed on the Web. Participants will receive a complimentary audio and video recording.

Purpose

The annual composer’s salon concerts celebrate new music written by local composers in the central Florida area. They are an opportunity for composers to share new music with the central Florida community. The concerts are free (donations welcome) and all ears are welcome.

Eligibility

Members of CFCF will receive priority for programming. Annual dues are $45 and can be paid on our site.

Application Deadline

The deadline for submissions is Sunday, August 13th. Please email the following information to ericjbrook@gmail.com.

  • Title
  • Duration
  • Instrumentation
  • Performer’s Names
  • Score/Audio Recording/Proposal

Selection Process

Approximately 60-75 minutes of music will be scheduled. In the event that more than 75 minutes of music is submitted, scheduling priority will be on a first come first served basis. CFCF would like to thank the Timucua Arts Foundation for administrative assistance and use of the concert space.