Ensemble: Callithumpian Consort

Artists: Chris Moore (Trombone), Angela Kim (Piano), Yukiko Takagi (Piano), Shaoai Ashley Zhang (Piano), Lilit Hartunian (Violin), Stephen Marotto (Cello), Julian Loida (Percussion), Andrew Johnson (Voice), Maria Rindenello-Parker (Harp), Stephen Drury (Piano), Sean Van Winkle (Percussion), Hye-Won Suh (Flute), Orin Laursen (Violin), Francesca McNeeley (Cello), Gary Gorczyca (Clarinet), Jonathan Butler (Cello), Ashley Addington (Flute)

Celebrating the 90th birthday year of Earle Brown and Morton Feldman.

There will be an OPEN FOR'm event at 5:30pm in NEC's Brown Hall to discuss the evening program.

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.

This concert is supported by The Earle Brown Music Foundation’s Earle Brown/Morton Feldman 2016/17 Grant Program

photo of Morton Feldman by Rob Bogaerts / Anefo

Program

Feldman: False Relationships and the Extended Ending (1968)
Chris Moore (Trombone), Angela Kim (Piano), Yukiko Takagi (Piano), Shaoai Ashley Zhang (Piano), Lilit Hartunian (Violin), Stephen Marotto (Cello), Julian Loida (Percussion)

Brown: Corroboree
Angela Kim (Piano), Yukiko Takagi (Piano), Shaoai Ashley Zhang (Piano)

Brown: Folio
Andrew Johnson (Voice), Maria Rindenello-Parker (Harp), Stephen Drury (Piano), Angela Kim (Piano), Yukiko Takagi (Piano), Julian Loida (Percussion), Sean Van Winkle (Percussion)

Brown: Times Five (1963)
Hye-Won Suh (Flute), Chris Moore (Trombone), Maria Rindenello-Parker (Harp), Orin Laursen (Violin), Francesca McNeeley (Cello)

Feldman: For Frank O'Hara
Hye-Won Suh (Flute), Gary Gorczyca (Clarinet), Angela Kim (Piano), Orin Laursen (Violin), Jonathan Butler (Cello), Sean Van Winkle (Percussion)

Brown: Tracking Pierrot (1992)
Ashley Addington (Flute), Gary Gorczyca (Clarinet), Yukiko Takagi (Piano), Lilit Hartunian (Violin), Stephen Marotto (Cello)

Date: September 26, 2016 - 7:30PM

Price: Free

Location: NEC's Jordan Hall

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YOU PLAY BACH YOUR WAY, AND I'LL PLAY HIM HIS WAY. WANDA LANDOWSKA