Monday, April 11, 2011


to enjoy Paul Pines' latest event:

The Tin Angel
Music by Daniel Asia, Libretto by Paul Pines, CCO Development Series

April 21, 22, 8pm CCO@thecell, 338 W 23rd St, New York, NY 10011

Tickets are available here.

Composer Daniel Asia and librettist Paul Pines have been working collaboratively since they met thirty years ago at the MacDowell Colony, in Peterborough, New Hampshire.

Asia has set numerous Pines’ poems in works that range from pieces for piano,
chamber ensembles and orchestra, to his 5th Symphony that was premiered in November 2008 by the Tucson Symphony Orchestra.

Over the years they discussed collaborating on an opera, and decided on this project based on Pines’ novel, The Tin Angel (Wm. Morrow, 1983). The novel received rave notices: “The drug/jazz world of New York’s East Village has seldom been rendered more honestly or graphically…” said Publishers Weekly; The New York Times Sunday Book Review stated, “…this swift tale of murder and revenge rattles along stylishly and fulfills all our expectations for high-grade suspense.” Asia has been the recipient of prestigious prizes including a United Kingdom Fulbright Arts Award Fellowship, a Guggenheim Fellowship, four NEA Composers Grants, and most recently a Music Academy Award from the American Academy of Arts and Letters.

Thursday, April 07, 2011


You are invited to the following readings featuring Madeline Tiger!

Wednesday, April 13th

"Women's Voices" - Poetry Reading in Honor of National Poetry Month
With Carole Stone and Maxine Susman
12 Noon Reading and Reception
At Caldwell College in the Werner Hall Lecture Hall
120 Bloomfield Ave., Caldwell

Contact Alison Self:

See the Caldwell College "Women's Voice" Website

Sunday, May 1st

With Diane Lockward
2:00 PM Reading and Reception
At the home of Sondra Gash
4 Mountain Road, Tewksbury, NJ 08833
Contact Sondra:

Tuesday, May 17th

With Robert Carnevale
7:30 PM
At the Kuran Arts Center/Carriage House Poetry Series
75 North Martine Ave., Fanwood, NJ 07023
(Facing Watson Rd.)
Contact Adele Kenny:

See the Carriage House Poetry Series Website

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