The Friends of Alec Wilder Presents

Alec Wilder

37th Annual Alec Wilder Concert

Friday, November 4, 2022 @ 7pm

Located at the


152 West 71st St. New York, NY

Honorary Host: David Amram

Musicians Performing Include:

Karen Blundell, oboe

Daniel Spitzer, clarinet

Gili Sharett, bassoon

John Roberts, piano

Ken Kresge, piano/vocals

Jason Roberts, organist

Madeline Kole, bass/vocals

Richard Iacona, piano

Robert Levy, trumpet

David Amram, penny whistle

Adira Amram, narrator

$25 Suggested Donation

Friends of Alec Wilder is now a 501(3)(c) Inc.

You may make a donation by sending in a check or use PayPal by clicking on the Donation button.

Mail checks to:

Friends of Alec Wilder c/o Joellyn Ausanka
1500 Lexington Avenue, Apt 23-B New York, NY 10029-7359


It is the intention of the followers of the music of Alec Wilder (1907-1980) to bring greater awareness and to preserve the life’s work of this unique and fascinating American composer. As Wilder was often misunderstood, ignored, and labeled a maverick, his music does not easily fit into any one category. Yet, he is truly an American original deserving wider recognition. For many reasons, including a self-professed lack of confidence, Wilder resisted notoriety and acclaim preferring simply to live life his way and to compose primarily for friends.

You may help us by spreading the word and putting people in contact with our site where further detailed information is available. For additional information you may contact…..

Robert Levy
P.O. Box 1329
Long Beach, NY 11561

Musical excerpt from:
“Five Love Songs for Horn and Chamber Orchestra”
Miramar Sinfonietta: Twentieth Century Contrasts (Albany)

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