The Aspen Music Festival chose the string quartet Outline to be repeated on this chamber concert.
Jimin Lim, violin
Jecoliah Wang, violin
Seido Karasaki, viola
Leo Singer, cello
Donald Weilerstein , violin
Alisa Weilerstein , cello
Vivian Hornik Weilerstein , piano
Alex Klein , oboe
Hugo Lee , oboe
Joaquin Valdepeñas , clarinet
JJ Koh , clarinet
M. Taylor Eiffert , clarinet
Eddie Sundra , basset horn
Per Hannevold , bassoon
Sean Maree , bassoon
John Zirbel , horn
Simon Poirier , horn
Brian Mangrum , horn
Alec Michaud-Cheney , horn
Sam Loeck , bass
IVES: Trio for Violin, Cello, and Piano, op. 86
CONRAD WINSLOW: Outline
SARAH GIBSON: I prefer living in color
MOZART: Wind Serenade in B-flat major, K. 361, “Gran Partita”
AMFS artist-faculty, representing the best teachers and players from the country's top orchestras, opera companies, and conservatories, enjoy a chance to come together each summer to play chamber music. Always a joyful and creative ninety minutes of exquisite music-making.
The Uncommon Music Festival gives the world premiere of The Stone Harp, commissioned for the sesquicentennial of the transfer of Russian America to the U.S. The piece sets texts by former Alaska Poet Laureate John Meade Haines.
Wild Shore New Music commemorates Alaska's Sesquicentennial
Join Wild Shore New Music, with guest singer Jon Ross (singing in the Dena'ina language) and speaker Lee Farrow, in a musical commemoration of Alaska's Sesquicentennial. On March 30th, Seward's Day, Wild Shore New Music will present a FREE concert of music that explores and celebrates the unique beauty of the Alaskan landscape and the ways in which we respond to them. On the program are two pieces by Pulitzer Prize-winning composer and environmental activist John Luther Adams, and pieces by Conrad Winslow (The End of the Road) and Shelley Washington.
Wild Shore New Music presents adventurous new chamber music in south-central Alaska and explores how art engages the natural world in all its beauty and danger. Humans have always needed to use and understand the natural world in order to survive. Wild Shore stages this struggle, and invites audiences to reflect on it, through performances of instrumental music. Wild Shore fosters collaborations between living composers, the nation's finest classically-trained musicians, and the extraordinarily creative artists and residents of Alaska.
For more information please visit www.wildshore.org
release of their new record 'sevenfive - the John Corigliano Effect.'
Hear Gaudete Brass perform hits from their latest album while enjoying refreshments graciously provided by Cedille Records.
Join us as we celebrate this landmark recording and enjoy the stunning views of Grant Park and Lake Michigan from the Fine Arts Building's historic Curtiss Hall.
Doors open at 6 PM | Concert at 7 PM
Admission is free
Announcing pop-up show premiering Conrad Winslow's CHAPERONE for amplified solo violin with foot percussion performed by Andie Springer, and new Winslow works for piano, guitar. Also featuring music by Aaron Roche, Robert Ashley, Stravinsky, Dessner, and others.
Conrad Winslow presents new work developed during the Brooklyn Youth Chorus residency period. The program includes the world première of Chaperone, a solo for violin & foot percussion composed for and premiered by Andie Springer, the first movement of Beethoven’s Piano Sonata No. 28, performed by Conrad Winslow, and Carry the Tune, a flute, violin and piano trio composed in 2015.
Alarm Will Sound gives the world premiere of Conrad Winslow's arrangement of Rashad Becker's Themes 7.
MW (arr. Orlando), Anonymous Skulls
Rashad Becker (arr. Vine), Themes 4
Rashad Becker (arr. Winslow), Themes 7
Rashad Becker (arr. Kim), Dnc 2
Mira Calix, ut tensio sic vis
Tyondai Braxton, Common Fate