2018 Upcoming Events
2018
January 1 New web site: Eugene Marlow launches new website, MEII Enterprises: A Music & Media Company at www.meiienterprises.com. The company has three categories of product: CDs (jazz/Latin-jazz, classical, world music), DVDs, and live presentations. All products revolve around music in some way.
January 3 Talk: “How Knowing What Your Net Worth Is Will Enhance Your Music Career” by Dr. Eugene Marlow at the Jazz Education Network (JEN) Conference, Dallas, TX
January 27 Dr. Eugene Marlow  begins his 60th semester teaching courses in media & culture at Baruch College (City University of New York)
January 30 CD Album Release: “First Voyage” inaugural album from The ArcoIris Sandoval “Sonic Asylum” Trio
February 9 Performance: “Yotam Silberstein Quartet”  performs at the 26th season of the Milt Hinton Jazz Perspectives Concert Series. Baruch College (City University of New York). Dr. Eugene Marlow is the series’ senior curator & host
March 5 Dr. Marlow joins the Advocacy Committee of the Recording Academy, New York Chapter.
March 14 Performance: Eugene Marlow’s Heritage Ensemble performs at Kitano, 66 Park Avenue. (212) 885-7119. Two sets: 8 and 10 p.m.
March 17  Performance: Multi-Grammy nominee Bobby Sanabria’s “Multiverse” Big Band performs Gene Marlow’s bembe arrangement of “Maria” as part of the “West Side Story Reimagined” Suite, Hostos Community College Performing Arts Center (Bronx, NYC), 7:30.
March 31 CD Album Release/Digital: “Shira Lissek: Voice Extraordinaire”
April 4 CD Digital Album Release: “The Caverns at Carlsbad: Nine Miniatures for Trombone Quartet.” Composer: Eugene Marlow.
April 13 Performance: “Jane Ira Bloom Quartet” as part of the 26th season of the Milt Hinton Jazz Perspectives Concert Series, Baruch College (City University of New York). Dr. Marlow has been the series’ senior curator & host since 2000.
April 16  Dr. Marlow launches a weekly, one-hour online radio show “Jazz: America’s Classical Music” on WBMB.
April 22 CD Release (digital single track): Eugene Marlow’s “Strata,” a piece for big band in the Gunther Schuller “Third Stream” tradition. April 22 is the birthdate of virtuoso bassist and composer Charles Mingus who wrote many works in the Third Stream genre.
May 16 Performance (private event): The Heritage Ensemble (duo) performs for the Student Achievement Awards ceremony reception, Baruch College.
May 21 Dr. Marlow begins a third cycle as a mentor in the Immigrant Artist Program sponsored by the New York Foundation for the Arts.  
June 4-18 Dr. Eugene Marlow participates in the inaugural Mostly Modern Festival 2018 Composition Program, Skidmore College, New York. He was selected “from a large and highly diverse pool of talented composers from around the world” according to Victoria Paterson, Executive Director, and Robert Paterson, Artistic Director. 
June 9  Performance: The renowned Euclid Quartet performs Eugene Marlow’s “La Femme D’un Temps Passe Au Present” as part of the Mostly Modern Festival 2018. Skidmore College (Saratoga Springs). 7:30. 
June 10 CD Album Release/Digital: In celebration of Puerto Rican Day–“The Afro-Caribbean Rhythmic Virtuosity of Bobby Sanabria & Matthew Gonzalez”
June 12 Dr. Marlow presentation: “One Melody, Three Genres,” a talk (with music) on how Marlow used one melody in an original big band piece, a classical solo piano track, and a Latin-jazz rendition. Mostly Modern Festival, Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs, New York. 
July 2 Dr. Marlow begins work with high school choreography students as a composer in conjunction with the Young Dancemakers Company program. 
July 4 CD Digital Track Release: Eugene Marlow’s big band chart “Conversation”
July 13 Performance: Marlow’s Heritage Ensemble (trio) performs for the Zicklin School of Business Executive MBA Program Graduation dinner, Pierre Hotel, New York City
July 16 Book release: Dr. Eugene Marlow’s  Jazz in China: From Dance Hall Music to Individual Freedom of Expression (University Press of Mississippi)
July 20 Official CD Release: Bobby Sanabria’s “Multiverse” Big Band “West Side Story Reimagined” Suite (JazzHeads). The album includes Eugene Marlow’s bembe arrangement of “Maria.”
July 24 Performance: Bobby Sanabria’s multi-Grammy nominated “Multiverse” Big Band performs Eugene Marlow’s “Taylored for Billy” in honor of Dr. Billy Taylor’s birthday (the co-founder of JazzMobile) at Co-Op City (in da Bronx, New York City) as part of JazzMobile’s Summer Program.
July 25 Marlow’s commissioned piece for the Young Dancemakers Company–“Breakthrough,” choreography by Hannah Levey–performed @ The Fieldston School, 3901 Fieldston Road, Bronx, NYC. 2 p.m. Free to the public.
July 26  Marlow’s commissioned piece for the Young Dancemakers Company–“Breakthrough,” choreography by Hannah Levey–performed @ The Harlem School of the Arts, 645 Saint Nicholas Avenue, NYC, 2 p.m. Free to the public.
July 26 Marlow’s commissioned piece for the Young Dancemakers Company–“Breakthrough,” choreography by Hannah Levey–performed @ The 92nd Street “Y”  1395 Lexington Avenue, NYC, 7 p.m. Free to the public.
July 29 Marlow’s commissioned piece for the Young Dancemakers Company–“Breakthrough,” choreography by Hannah Levey–performed @ Flushing Town Hall, 137-35 Northern Boulevard, Queens, NYC, 2 p.m. Free to the public.
July 31 Marlow’s commissioned piece for the Young Dancemakers Company–“Breakthrough,” choreography by Hannah Levey–performed @ The Kumble Theater for the Performing Arts, 1 University Place, Brooklyn, NY.  1 p.m. Free to the public.
August 1 Marlow’s commissioned piece for the Young Dancemakers Company–“Breakthrough,” choreography by Hannah Levey–performed @ Symphony Space, 2537 Broadway, Manhattan, NYC, 2 p.m. Free to the public.
August 2 Marlow’s commissioned piece for the Young Dancemakers Company–“Breakthrough,” choreography by Hannah Levey–performed @ University Settlement, 184 Eldridge Street, Manhattan, NYC. 2 p.m. Free to the public.
August 4 Marlow’s commissioned piece for the Young Dancemakers Company–“Breakthrogh,” choreography by Hannah Levey–performed @ The Alvin Ailey Citigroup Theater, 405 West 55th Street and Ninth Avenue, Manhattan, NYC. 7:30 p.m. Free to the public.
August 10 Performance: Multi-Grammy nominee Bobby Sanabria’s “Multiverse” Big Band performs Gene Marlow’s commissioned bembe arrangement of “Maria” as part of the “West Side Story Reimagined” at Jazz @ Lincoln Center Out-Of-Doors concert.
August 27 Dr. Eugene Marlow begins his 61st semester teaching courses in media & culture at Baruch College (City University of New York) 
September 19 Radio Interview: Dr. Eugene Marlow appears on Aspen (CO) Public Radio’s “Jazz From Aspen” with long-time host Jeannie Walla to talk about his recently released book Jazz in China: From Dance Hal Music to Individual Freedom of Expression (University Press of Mississippi 2018).
September 20 Dr. Eugene Marlow gives a lecture/demonstration on his book Jazz in China: From Dance Hall Music to Individual Freedom of Expression (August 2018) at the Pitkin County Library, Aspen, Colorado, starting at 6 p.m. His presentation will include clips from the video documentary version of his book (due for release in 2019).
October 1 CD Release: MEII Enterprises releases its first double CD album: “Capriccios & Intermezzos: Nada & Brahms.” 
November 3 Private Event Performance: Eugene Marlow’s Heritage Ensemble returns to the Music School of the Lighthouse Guild for a performance/demo.
November 10 Classical guitarist Tom Torrisi performs Eugene Marlow’s “La Femme Dans Un Lumiere D’Or” in concert as part of the 2nd Saturday Series presented by the Legato Foundation. Savage Classical Guitars, 385 Central Avenue, Bohemia, New York. 7:30.  
December 7 Private Event Performance: The Heritage Ensemble (duo), private event, Department of English “Wassail,” Baruch College (City University of New York).

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