Ensemble: Callithumpian Consort

Conductor: Stephen Drury

Artists: Paul Hembree (Computer), David Goodchild (Double Bass), Davide Ianni (Electronics), Jessi Rosinski (Flute), Stephen Marotto (Cello), Mike Williams (Percussion), Nina Guo (Soprano), Brian Church (Baritone), Aleksis Martin (Bass Clarinet), Andrew Steinberg (Alto Saxophone), Neil Godwin (French Horn), Isabelle David (Piano), Elaine Rombola (Synthesizer), Ryan Shannon (Violin), Stephanie Skor (Violin), Maren Rothfritz (Viola), Jeffrey Means (Percussion), Roger Clark Miller (Electric Guitar), Ye Young Yoon (Percussion)

Led by Stephen Drury of the NEC faculty, Callithumpian Consort is a loose aggregation of NEC students, alumni, and new music enthusiasts that performs locally, on the East Coast, and in Europe. Throughout the year, the group visits NEC with performances of contemporary avant-garde music.

Tonight's performance of Scream, Gilgamesh, Scream by Mission of Burma guitarist Roger Miller (in photo) will be the premiere of this Callithumpian Consort commission.

Two composers who work with electronics—Paul Hembree and Davide Ianni—will be present to participate in performances of their works.

Program

Hembree: Apocryphal Chrysopoeia
Paul Hembree (Computer)

Ianni: Beneath the music from a farther room
David Goodchild (Double Bass), Davide Ianni (Electronics)

Reynolds: Seasons I
A Mind of Winter
Jessi Rosinski (Flute), Stephen Marotto (Cello), Paul Hembree (Computer), Mike Williams (Percussion)

Miller: Scream, Gilgamesh, Scream (Punk Rock Piano Concerto)
Humbaba
Bull of Heaven
Utnapishtim
Nina Guo (Soprano), Brian Church (Baritone), Aleksis Martin (Bass Clarinet), Andrew Steinberg (Alto Saxophone), Neil Godwin (French Horn), Isabelle David (Piano), Elaine Rombola (Synthesizer), Ryan Shannon (Violin), Stephanie Skor (Violin), Maren Rothfritz (Viola), Stephen Marotto (Cello), Jeffrey Means (Percussion), Roger Clark Miller (Electric Guitar), Ye Young Yoon (Percussion)

Date: February 18, 2016 - 7:30PM

Price: Free

Location: NEC's Jordan Hall

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I REMAIN TRUE TO MY STARTING PRINCIPLE. TO WRITE SOLELY AS I MYSELF THINK BEST. FELIX MENDELSSOHN