Ravel Study Group, New York Chapter

Sunday, December 16, 2012

New York, NY

The Gallery Bar at Le Poisson Rouge
158 Bleecker Street

Sunday, December 16, 5-8 PM
FREE

More info: www.facebook.com/RavelStudyGroupNYC

Ravel Study Group is an informal monthly gathering of composers and musicians interested in studying scores from great composers past and present. The first hour is score study, followed by a presentation by a guest composer. Stick around after for a drink!

For December 16th, we will be looking at Ravel's "Daphnis and Chloe Orchestral Suites #1 and #2." We will be using the Dover edition (make sure to avoid buying the full ballet score). It is available online - limited copies are in stock at the Juilliard Bookstore as well. The guest composer will be Ned Paul Ginsburg.

Questions? E-mail mail@joanneharriscomposer.com.

ABOUT NED PAUL GINSBURG

Ned Paul Ginsburg is an NYC-based composer/orchestrator with 20+ years experience working in theater, film, and other media. Credits include Broadway, Off-Broadway, regional theater, an Oscar-nominated film score, and Emmy-award winning television programs, as well as many celebrity entertainers and Oscar-winning composers.

ABOUT JOANNE HARRIS, RAVEL STUDY GROUP LEADER

ASCAP composer JoAnne Harris's musical credits include: 20/20, Good Morning America, Primetime, What Would You Do, MTV's Made, and ABC news' coverage of Prince William and Kate Middleton's wedding. She has enjoyed scoring films for indie directors Greg Accetta, Al Monelli and Nikkia Moulterie.

Additionally, JoAnne has performed on the BBC radio show In Tune with Sean Rafferty (2006), posed as a high school-aged choir student to sing for 90 of the world's first ladies (2007), conducted a workshop performance of her original musicalRampers (at her alma mater, Concordia College Moorhead, in 2008), was commissioned to write a choral work for the Academy of Tucson's Advanced Women's Choir (2011), was chosen to participate in the ASCAP/NYU Television & Film Scoring Workshop (2012) and geekily heads the NYC chapter of the Ravel Study Group.

She is a member of ASCAP and the SCL (the Society of Composers and Lyricists).

JoAnne received a BA in Music Education from Concordia College in 2006. She is currently pursuing a degree in composition at The Juilliard School.