In 2019–20 Alia Musica will perform as guest at the Cleveland Uncommon Sound Project, the Microtonal Music Festival (Music on the Edge, Pittsburgh), and Kaleidoscope Festival (Slippery Rock), in addition to giving the US premiere of The Mother of Fishes, the opera by CMU computer scientist and composer Roger Dannenberg, among many other special events—including the return of Andrés Cárdenes and Ken Ueno in the Spring 2020 Concert.

As we confirm dates and locations for our other shows the calendar below will be updated. In addition to the performances listed, we are preparing performances at:

  • City of Asylum (January 2020)

  • Heinz Chapel (February 2020)

  • Slippery Rock University (April 2020)

  • Spring 2020 with Andrés Cárdenes, Alberto Agut, and Wendy Richman as soloists in music for string orchestra

  • And more!

 

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