2020 Upcoming Events
2020
July 4 Publication: Dr. Eugene Marlow’s essay “The Rise and Fall and Rise of Community Ethics” published in The Immortalist (starting on page 124).
July 18 Performance from Moscow (online): Dr. Eugene Marlow is among several composers represented in an online “Spread Spectrum” Gala Concert to be held July 18, 2020 from 1:30-9:30 p.m. Moscow time. Musicians from New York, Moscow, Tokyo, Stuttgart, Saint Petersburg, San Francisco, and Irvine, California, will perform composers works pre-recorded and live. Marlow will have three compositions for solo instruments performed: “A La Russe” (In the Russian Style) and “La Nageuse Incessant” (The Relentless Swimmer) for solo piano (performed by piano virtuoso Craig Ketter) and “Poignant Touch” for flauto d’amore (performed by flute virtuoso Ginevra Petrucci). Moscovite Rushaniya Nizamutdinova is organizing the multi-city online event.
July 22 CD single track release (digital only): “In Their Own Voice, Vol. IX: In A Quiet Moment,” dedicated to multi-instrumentalist Mario Rivera who recorded on Eugene Marlow’s acclaimed “Wonderful Discovery” (2006) album. It was Rivera’s last recording session. MEII Enterprises label.
August 15 Single track CD release (digital only): “There’s No Replacing a Man of Wisdom,” Eugene Marlow’s original composition for piano and cello, dedicated to Dr. Emanual Hammer, psychotherapist and friend, born August 15, 1926. MEII Enterprises label.
August 26 Dr. Eugene Marlow begins his 65th semester teaching courses in media and culture at Baruch College (City University of New York).
October 12 CD Album Release: MEII Enterprises releases “Poems of Praise I: Grace Schulman, Poet.” This is Schulman’s third release on the MEII Enterprises label.
December 10 Performance: Eugene Marlow’s Heritage Ensemble (duo) performs for the Baruch College Department of English Wassail.

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will be added to the schedule.

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