[nec]shivaree, the NEC avant-garde ensemble directed by Stephen Drury, is the attack wing of NEC's new music program, performing both at NEC and at such venues as New York's The Stone.

For its first concert of the season, the group presents works featuring piano, singly or in multiples, by Luciano Berio, Earle Brown, Morton Feldman, and Conlon Nancarrow.

Brown Corroboree
Chao Qu, Fang-Ching Tu, Joshua Marzan, piano

Feldman Two Pieces for Three Pianos
Xixi Xiang, Pinshu Yu, Wei-Liang Kung, piano

Voice, Violin and Piano
Joshua Marzan, piano
Nina Guo, soprano
Ryan Shannon, violin

Nancarrow transcribed by Thomas Adès Study No. 6
Jooeun Shim, Connie Kim-Sheng, piano

Trio No. 1
Christina Dioguardi, bassoon
Daniel Parrette, clarinet
Yukiko Takagi, piano

Berio Linea
Nicholas Loh, Ashley Zhang, piano
Robert O’Brien, vibraphone
Miles Salerni, marimba

Date: October 17, 2013 - 8:00:PM
Price: Free
Location: Williams Hall

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