Monthly Archives: March 2014

Songs of Hadrian to Premier at Red Note New Music Festival

The foundation is very proud to announce that Songs of Hadrian, a song cycle composed by John David Earnest, with texts by Arch Brown, will have its premier performance at the Red Note New Music Festival at Illinois State University, Normal, Illinois, on April 3.

Mr. Earnest is a longtime member of the foundation’s board and was a close friend of Mr. Brown, collaborating with him on several projects. Songs of Hadrian, which will be performed by tenor Justin Vickers accompanied by pianist Tuyen Tonnu, is inspired by the relationship between the second-century Roman emperor Hadrian and his lover, Antinoös.

For more information, visit the Red Note events page,

CLAGS Receives Grant for Performing Que(e)ries Series

The foundation has awarded a grant to the Center for Lesbian and Gay Studies (CLAGS) at the City University of New York to help underwrite the center’s Performing Que(e)ries series for spring 2014.

Events in the series include Rough Around the Edges: Peggy Shaw with Benjamin Gillespie on April 30, Unnatural Acts: Play Reading and Talkback on May 5, and Mart Crowley in Conversation on May 16. All events will be held at the CUNY Graduate Center, 365 Fifth Avenue, in Manhattan.

For information on times and tickets, visit the Events page on the CLAGS website,