Bio: Martin is a composer with a broad range of musical experience and interests. His catalog has more than 70 compositions including: concert music for traditional symphonic instruments, jazz ensemble, chamber groups, choral music and solo vocal works. He began writing for traditional Japanese instru... See Full BioMore Info
Yoko Reikano Kimura (koto, shamisen, voice), Hikaru Tamaki (cello) Program Riding the Southern Winds (Marty Regan) Akashi (Kitajima Kengyo) Kitsune-tsuki (Takatomi Nobunaga) Dance of Light (Hiroki Tamaki) Honju (Minoru Miki) Sonata for solo cello (Michio Mamiya) Bamboo and Silk Tango, Again: new partner (Martin Max Schreiner)
Soloists Yuki Yasuda, koto and Ralph Samuelson, shakuhachi will premiere Schreiner's new work "Tango at the Edge of Time" with the Quincy Symphony.
Ralph Samuelson, shakuhachi and Yuki Yasuda, koto will perform traditional and new works including the world premiere of Martin Max Schreiner's "Three Meditations." Concert sponsored by the Japanese Program of the World Languages Center of Northeastern University and supported by the Consulate General of Japan in Boston.
A New Lullaby Project Premiere Concert Classical guitarist Aaron Larget-Caplan presents an evening of contemporary music in the genre of a lullaby with his latest New Lullaby Project Premiere Concert at the New School of Music, 25 Lowell Street at 8pm. With many of the composers present Aaron will premiere five new lullabies and give the Cambridge premieres to six others. Tickets are $15. Milk and cookies will be served in a meet-the-artist & composer reception. Composers featured in tonight’s concert includes Greater Boston composers: Michael Veloso, Francine Trester (Berkley), John McDonald (Tufts), Hayg Boyadjian, & Martin Schreiner, as well as Alan Fletcher (CO), Thomas Schuttenhelm (Hartt School of Music, CT), Demetrius Spaneas (Five Towns College, NY), Canary Burton, Patricia Julien (University of Vermont), Jacob Mashak, and Thomas L. Read (UVM). Admission: $15, $12 - students For Concert and Ticket information please contact Brown Paper Tickets: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/212596 or call: 1-800-838-3006 Location: New School of Music, 25 Lowell St, Cambridge, 02125