Tuesday Night New Music is a student-run, faculty-supervised concert series that offers the opportunity to hear music by the next generation of composers: current New England Conservatory composition students.

The series is directed by Stephanie Ann Boyd and Benjamin Park under the supervision of composition chair Michael Gandolfi. Founded by Lee Hyla in the early 1990s, Tuesday Night New Music is funded in part this season by a grant from the NEC Entrepreneurial Musicianship department.

This season will also see a year-long collaboration with visual artists studying at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts. This month's visual artist is Sasha Parfenova.

More info can be found at tuesdaynightnewmusic.org. Follow us on Twitter at @necTuesNewMusic.

 

Program

Sam Taylor

Spectra Fragments

Perfomed by David Horton, piano, and Harrison Honor, percussion

 

Delong Wang

Ishin

Performed by Delong Wang, piano

 

Alfonso Peduto

The Delicate Nature of Time -- Music for 'Untitled'

Performed by Richie Lee Kroell, body movements and 2-channel electronics

 

Ethan D'Ver

Lullaby für Elise

Performed by Elise Kolle, harp

 

Sam Talmadge

Three Movements for Oboe, Alto Saxophone, Cello and Harp

Performed by Mary O'Keefe, oboe; Samuel Meyer, alto saxophone; Magali Toy, cello; and Elise Kolle, harp

 

Evan Anderson

from Sonata for Trumpet and Piano, I.

Performed by Justin Kohan, trumpet, and Katherine Miller, piano

 

Yeeray Low

Sonatina

Performed by Elmer Churampi and Gavin Wright, trumpet; Lorenzo Robb, French horn; Riley Giampaolo, trombone; and Frank B. John II, tuba

 

Date: March 10, 2015 - 8:00:PM
Price: Free
Location: Pierce Hall


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