2020-2021 Season: Extraordinary Measures
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Network for New Music's 2021-2022 Season: Resonant Reflections

We're thrilled to announce Network for New Music's 2021-2022 season: Resonant Reflections! Join us as we return to the stage for our most stylistically diverse season yet. 


Sunday, November 7, 2021; 3pm
Icebox Project Space | 1400 N American St, Philadelphia, PA 19122

Network’s season opener ‘reflects’ our multiplicities and features a diverse lineup including string quartets by Eleanor Alberga and Trevor Weston; the full premiere of Amanda Harberg’s Tales of Lyra for solo bass clarinet; Ondas by Sonia Ray; Prime for double bass and percussion by Hannah Selin; and in memoriam the premiere of composer Jim Primosch’s last work Water Can Assume Any Form for saxophone and electronics.

Proof of COVID-19 vaccination required for entry. Mask use required inside venue. 



Sunday, February 27, 2022; 2pm
Settlement Music School | 416 Queen St, Philadelphia, PA 19147

The long-awaited concert celebrating Jan Krzywicki’s 30th anniversary as the conductor of the Network ensemble and his many contributions to music. Join us for an evening of exceptional music and a reception following the performance.


Jan Krzywicki. Photo Credit: Joana Eldredge Morrisey

Musical Fund Society (MFS) Bicentennial Concert

Sunday, May 1, 2022; 3-5pm
Perelman Theater, Kimmel Center | 300 S Broad St, Philadelphia, PA 19102

The Network Ensemble joins in another long-awaited celebration of the Musical Fund Society's Bicentennial by performing the world premiere of Stephen Jaffe’s Three Arcs.

Joycean Perspectives 

Sunday, May 22, 2022; 3pm
Settlement Music School | 416 Queen St, Philadelphia, PA 19147

In celebration of the 100th anniversary of the publication of James Joyce’s Ulysses, Network collaborates with The Rosenbach to present a new song cycle based on select passages from the novel by Grammy Award-winning composer Lansing McLoskey. 


Special Preview Concert Event

Friday, May 20, 2022
The Rosenbach |  2008-2010 Delancey Place Philadelphia, PA 19103

Join us for a special evening preview presentation of selections from Lansing McLoskey’s commissioned song cycle, see the manuscript of Ulysses—which is housed in the Rosenbach—and participate in a Q&A with the composer. Stay tuned for more details!


Organizational Update

We welcome our newest team member Patrick Glennon, who will serve as our media, marketing, and concert production assistant, and our new board members Jay FluellenTom Kraines, and Najib Wong!

Clockwise from top left: Patrick Glennon, Jay Fluellen, Tom Kraines, and Najib Wong.

From Our Partners

Alarm Will Sound
Ten Thousand Birds
Saturday, September 25, 2021
The Morris Arboretum 

On September 25, Alarm Will Sound makes its Penn Live Arts debut, returning to Philadelphia after a 12-year hiatus. Performing John Luther Adams' Ten Thousand Birds, this experiential, open-ended collection of pieces is based on native birdsong, newly informed by actual migration patterns tracked at the Morris Arboretum. The audience roves freely around the space and the performers, experiencing the music from many perspectives as human creativity and natural phenomena blur. Buy Tickets
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