Ensemble: Callithumpian Consort

Artists: Corey Hamm (Piano), Gabriel Boyers (Violin), Stephanie Skor (Violin), Samuel Kelder (Viola), Stephen Marotto (Cello), Stephen Drury (Piano), Jeffrey Means (Percussion)

Welcome to NEC's Summer Institute for Contemporary Performance Practice (SICPP): 8 days and nights of explosive new music!

The SICPP experience is intense and demanding—each day is filled with masterclasses, lessons, colloquia, and rehearsals. Nearly every day is topped off by an incredible evening concert given by SICPP faculty, special guest artists Kim Kashkashian and William Winant, and Ensemble-in-Residence the Callithumpian Consort, which will feature works by the SICPP Composer-in-Residence, Georg Haas.

SICPP was started at New England Conservatory in the late 1990s by Artistic Director Stephen Drury as an intensive performance seminar on music of the 20th century, and for many years enrollment was open only to advanced pianists; since 2005 the program has also been open to percussionists, finally expanding by 2009 to include vocalists and all other instrumentalists. SICPP is now a full-blown annual chamber music festival focused on works of the 20th and 21st centuries. We are pleased to also feature the Electronic Workshop and the New Works Program.

in photo: Jocelyn Morlock

Program

Morlock: Corybantic
Corey Hamm (Piano)

Vines: The Law of the Tongue
Gabriel Boyers (Violin), Stephanie Skor (Violin), Samuel Kelder (Viola), Stephen Marotto (Cello)

Haas: Hommage à György Ligeti
Stephen Drury (Piano)

Haas: Tria ex uno
Jeffrey Means (Percussion)

Date: June 21, 2017 - 8:00PM

Price: Free

Location: NEC's Jordan Hall

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NEC's FREE concerts do not require a ticket, unless stated in concert listing. Unreserved seating is available on a first-come, first-served basis. Doors open 30 minutes prior to the concert's start time.


I DON'T CARE MUCH ABOUT MUSIC. WHAT I LIKE IS SOUNDS. DIZZY GILLESPIE