Welcome to North/South Recordings!
You are cordially invited to experience the musical magic of the 40th season of North/South Consonance.
During the early autumn days of 1980, a dazzling group of musicians came together to perform the first North/South Chamber Orchestra concert. The musical values cherished in those early days – flexibility, intimacy, commitment to the community and above all, consummate artistry – continue to inform and impel this remarkable ensemble.
In a culture overwhelmed by mere entertainment, the imposing breadth of North/South events celebrates the astonishing spectrum of creative voices among us while upholding an all-too-rare commitment to artistic innovation.
Our free-admission concerts
are peppered with lively commentary designed to enhance your listening experience. Performed by superb vocalists and musicians, our inventive programs showcase music by three generations of composers hailing from throughout the Americas and the world. Often new to New York, their refreshingly accessible music never fails to stimulate, challenge and excite.
The ever-expanding North/South Recordings Catalogue
embodies a substantial musical legacy. Featuring expert performances of today's repertoire these compact discs offer scholars an invaluable window into the musical world of the 20th and 21st centuries. Available for streaming and sale through your favorite retail outlet, these albums bring the music of composers we champion to an international audience and the convenience of your home.
The thoughtfulness of friends and patrons has allowed us to bring the best in contemporary music to New York City audiences. Your charitable tax-deductible contribution
will empower us to keep supporting creativity and innovation. Your generous gift will help us proceed vigorously into the next 40 years of musical discovery.
Take note of the virtuosic North/South Chamber Orchestra. Be present at its events. Let yourself be swayed by the allure, drama and energy of today’s music.
Max Lifchitz, Founder & Director
News and Updates:
The March 16 concert has been postponed until Tuesday June 22!
On Tuesday evening June 22
, pianist Max Lifchitz
marks Women's History Month performing a recital featuring music by eleven women composers hailing from Europe and the Americas. The featured composers represent three generations and a wide spectrum of artistic views. The recital will start at 8 PM. It will take place at the National Opera Center in midtown Manhattan. The event will be streamed live through the Center's YouTube Channel
. Concert Details Note: The May and June concerts will be re-scheduled as soon as auditorium is allowed to open. All of us at North/South Consonance, Inc hopes its loyal supporters and public stay safe and healthy during this uncertain times.
for our 2019–20 FREE concert schedule, held at the acoustically excellent
Christ and St. Stephen's Church on New York City's Upper West Side as well as other events around town.
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Our current catalog
is now available for streaming and download
through the Arkiv Music website
. CD's are also available for purchase through Amazon, iTunes, Spotify or your favorite retailer. Please feel free to peruse our 60+ titles. Registered users can write
their own reviews and submit them so they appear with each product!
Call for Scores!
The 2020 Call for Scores
is now open! Click here
by June 15 to submit your score for consideration.
North/South Consonance's Call for Scores is an annual search for new works from
around the world for performance and release on CD.
Composers whose music is part of NORTH/SOUTH CONSONANCE events during the 2018–19
Anne H. Goldberg
Alison Yun-Fei Jiang
B. Allen Schulz
Camille van Lunen
Praise for our North/South Consonance Concert Series and Recordings
We Need Your Support!
North/South Consonance, Inc. is a non-profit 501(c)3 tax-exempt organization devoted
to the performance, promotion and recording of music by composers from our time.
We depend on the generosity of individuals like you to advance our mission. Please
to make a
charitable contribution to support our future activities.