Vocalist Megan Ihnen and saxophonist Alan Theisen present a concert of many works by living composers, including local composer Andrew Cote.
GNE’s “Four Freedoms” series concludes with works by Bresnick, Kaufman, Maysaud, Bayolo, Temple, and Eastman.
Part III of GNE’s “The Four Freedoms” series features music by Bresnick, Lanci, Andreessen, and Shaw.
Celebrating the 60th anniversary of the NASA space program and the 50th anniversary of the first moon landing. With works by Don MacDonald, Stephen Chatman, Kirke Mechem, and two world premieres from composers Lori Laitman and Tawnie Olson.
James Fernando is a pianist and composer whose music lies at the intersection of jazz, classical, and electronic music. He relies on his genre-expanding original compositions to deliver thought provoking and exciting performances. The Berklee College of Music graduate released his debut album “Extended Layover” in May as a collaboration with Mingjia Chen and will be releasing his first album as a solo artist entitled “The Lonely Sailor” later this year.
This program makes use of the shimmering acoustics of the Dupont Underground with Steve Reich’s Different Trains, a choral and double string quartet arrangement of Samuel Barber’s Adagio for Strings, and a new piece by Artistic Director Scott Tucker specifically composed for the venue.
Fuse Ensemble premieres Nimbus by composer Gina Biver, a set of seven movements for electroacoustic chamber ensemble based on the poems of American Poet Colette Inez. Also includes works by Caroline Shaw, Alexis Bacon, Kevin Puts, and Ethan Foote, with interactive video by artist Ethan Jackson.
The NSO perform the World Premiere of Lera Auerbach’s ARCTICA,. This concert also includes works by Dvořák, Sibelius and Mason Bates.