CYCLE 2: VOICES UP!
C4 is excited to be partnering with Poets Out Loud, a community of poetry at Fordham University at Lincoln Center, for a concert of choral music with Fordham's Voices Up! concert series. C4 composers Brian Mountford, Hilary Purrington, David See, and Bettina Sheppard will be writing new choral works on selected texts from the two winning full-length poetry volumes of Poets Out Loud's annual international competition: Julia Bouwsma's Midden (winner of the POL Prize, and named one of NPR's Best Books of 2018), and Henk Rossouw's Xamissa (winner of the POL Editor's Prize). In addition, C4 will premiere "Part Songs" by Lawrence Kramer, Fordham University professor and director of the Voices Up! series. Also on the program: works by Shavon Lloyd, Kala Pierson, and Karen Siegel.
Tuesday, April 30 - 7:30pm
Fordham University Lincoln Center
The Lowenstein Building, 12th Floor Lounge
113 West 60th Street (at Columbus Avenue), New York, NY
Accessibility Note: An outdoor elevator at the front entrance of the Lowenstein Building will bring one to the Plaza level. If one enters at street level there is an elevator (#6), opposite the entrance to Quinn Library, that allows one to bypass the escalators. Once at the Plaza level, there are elevators that provide access to the other floors of the building, which Security at the front desk can direct you to.
TICKETS ON SALE NOW!
Advance Sales General Admission: $20
General Admission at the Door: $25
Children (age 11-17): $5
Children (age 10 and under): Free
Ten (10) $4 rush tickets (cash only) will be available at the door
Fordham students and faculty with a valid Fordham ID may attend for free!