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Tania Leon, Composer - Conductor Tania León on CUNY TV's Nueva York Tania León is featured in a segment on the March 16 installment of Nueva York, the Emmy Award-winning series about Latino culture in New York. The 30-minute show explores the rich textures of Latino society in the city, focusing on politics, art, culture, and the traditions of Spanish-speaking populations across the metropolitan area. The program will be rebroadcast on March 18, March 23, and March 25. For air times and more information, visit Nueva York's website Tania León, born in Cuba, a vital personality on today's music scene, is is a highly regarded composer and conductor recognized for her accomplishments as an educator and advisor to arts organizations. As the founder and Artistic Director of Composers Now, León aims to empower all living composers, and provide other creators with some of the same opportunities she was able to utilize as she found her way forward in the music world and on the larger cultural stage. LEóN'S TUMBAO AND GOING...GONE AT NATIONAL OPERA CENTER Piano works Tumbao and going...gone by Tania León, will be performed by pianist Adam Kent at Ladies FIRST - We're All Immigrants, a celebration of diversity, on Sunday, October 2, at the National Opera Center / OPERA America, along with performances and installations by a variety of other artists working in music and multimedia. More information WORLD PREMIERE OF LEóN'S BATA RI AT BROWN UNIVERSITY Tania León's Bata Ri will receive its world premiere at Brown University on October 15 and 16, with the Brown University Orchestra, conducted by Paul Phillips, at Sayles Hall in Providence, RI. Saturday's performance will be at 8pm; Sunday's will be at 2pm. More information and tickets NEW PARTNERSHIP BETWEEN COMPOSERS NOW AND CIVITELLA RANIERI Composers Now, under the artistic direction of Tania León, has announced the expansion of its Creative Residencies initiative with a new partnership with the Civitella Ranieri Foundation, based in the Umbria Region of Italy. Two composers, each selected by Composers Now, will receive a Civitella Ranieri Fellowship consisting of a six-week residency at the center in addition to travel, room and board. Residencies will take place in 2016 and 2017. Read the entire press release MAP FUND AWARDS UNIV. OF CENTRAL ARKANSAS GRANT FOR LEóN'S LITTLE ROCK NINE, JOINING THE NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR THE ARTS, VIRGINIA B. TOULMIN FOUNDATION, & FRED DARRAGH FOUNDATION The Multi-Arts Production Fund (MAP Fund) has awarded the University of Central Arkansas College of Fine Arts and Communication a grant to support Little Rock Nine, an opera composed by Tania León with libretto by Henry Louis Gates Jr. See www.mapfund.org/grant_876.html for more information. The National Endowment for the Arts, the Virginia B. Toulmin Foundation, and the Fred Darragh Foundation have already awarded grants to the University in support of the commission, development, and premiere of the opera. León and Gates will create a two hour score based on the true story of nine African-American students who, in 1957, under federal troop escort, entered all-white Central High School to obtain an equal education. Little Rock and "The Nine" came to symbolize the federal government's commitment to eliminating separate systems of education for blacks and whites. The Little Rock Crisis of 1957 was "the most severe test of the Constitution since the Civil War," with nine black children seeking equal education at its center. The opera promises to "give voice to those who were mostly seen through grainy newsreels," and asks "[what will] win out: betrayal or courage, rage or principle, hate or the dignity of rising by learning?" A universal and original story of heroism in the face of racial prejudice, the opera is expected to resonate with a diverse audience. For more information, visit UCA's website. New York Times / Arts Beat's Allan Kozinn writes: An Opera About Little Rock Integration, With Libretto by Henry Louis Gates Jr. Read the press release: The Virginia B. Toulmin Foundation Brings Major Support to the Opera The Little Rock Nine by Tania León and Henry Louis Gates, Jr. *NEW*: Click here for a gallery of photos from Dance Theatre of Harlem's and DanceBrazil's performances of Haiku and Inura. "Aboundingly earthy, rhythmic and embellished by deeply moving nostalgia, [Scourge of Hyacinths]? stands at the crossroads of every musical emotion. The constant pulsation and incessant murmur that seethes under the pure lines of song weave these different genres into magnificent bouquets.... The direction by Robert Wilson creates a distance which, far from chilling the intention, makes it incandescent." ? Tribune de Genève "...Tania León's song cycle, Singin' Sepia, one of this composer's most dramatic and beautifully orchestrated works." ? Allan Kozinn, The New York Times "Tania León's score...features a spookily strange chorus and intriguing orchestration, creating a richly ritualistic mood." ? Claudio La Rocco, The New York Times "León's piece evolved organically and in unexpected ways... The resulting work is a haunting mosaic." ? Mark Eden Horowitz, The Sondheim Review Home | News | Biography | Composer | Conductor | Press & Media | Discography | Publications | Contact Site updated on March 21, 2107 Designed by Fjordstone Inc. Website Design

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