Monday, March 23, 2020 (7:30pm) - Just Us  An evening of meditations on our connection to our environment, to each other, and to our inner selves. Our shifting climate and landscapes have profound effects on both the natural world and our way of life. Fear No Music explores the ramifications through pieces by Carmen Braden, Dorothy Chang, Katherine Balch, David T. Little and Erin Gee. Gee’s ​Mouthpiece 28 ​ stands out on this program for its “hushed 3 nonverbal sounds supported by subtle instrumental effects (which) project an intimate sound world… the result is original, powerful, and haunting.” (​American Academy of Arts and Letters, Charles Ives Fellowship Recipient, 2015)

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Monday, May 18, 2020​ (7:30pm) - Haters Gonna Hate This is a celebration of works that survived initially dismissive reviews and vitriolic objections to emerge as landmarks of innovation in the trajectory of the concert music tradition. Alex Temple describes her Viola Joke ​ as “a comedy routine for an apocalyptic nightmare universe.” Morton Feldman’s ​King of Denmark ​ for percussion solo is a quiet study in instrumental color, notated graphically and executed with only hands, fingers and arms as no sticks or mallets may be used. Now considered a true masterpiece for solo flute, Edgar Varése’s ​Density 21.5 ​ showcases both the composer’s unique creative genius and the expressive and technical possibilities of the instrument. Maurice Ravel’s jazz and blues inspired ​Sonata ​ for violin and piano, and Beethoven’s profound final ​Piano Sonata ​ complete the program.

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Sunday, June 14, 2020​ ​(12pm) - Folk you, too! The annual reprise of 2018’s bonus concert, this program is a vibrantly diverse and creative showcase of music from countries around the world that have been maligned and misunderstood in our national conversation. Featured composers are Arturo Corrales of El Salvador, Joshua Uzoigwe of Nigeria, and Haitian-American Nathalie Joachim. The concert coincides with President Donald Trump’s birthday, and as a special tribute, concludes with Daniel Felsenfeld’s ​Presidential Address, ​ a sober, unflinching setting of the President’s own words from the infamous ​Access:Hollywood ​ tapes… This never gets old. 

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