Jan 31, 2014 7:00 PM
Sounds of Serendipity
Curated by Peter Breiner, Sounds of Serendipity is a concert series featuring new and emerging composers and musicians who incorporate the latest musical developments while at the same time staying firmly rooted in traditions of Czech musical Culture.
Enriched with online presentations, the series will also lead thought provoking discussions and interviews about the future of classical music.
What had started as a series of house concerts is now an opportunity for young musicians and composers to present their efforts to the public. The series is the result of the many encounters Breiner has had with local musicians, both professionally and personally. Sounds of Serendipity concerts present an incredibly high level of musicianship and artistry.
More information about Sounds of Serendipity can be found online at soofser.com.
Following concerts are on March 11, April 25, May 30
Curated and introduced by Peter Breiner
Produced by Sasha Santiago and Czech Center New York
Shawn Chang Cortege for 3 examiners
I. Cortege (the Examiner's March)
II. Migrants, and the Sunlight Vessel
V. In Seven Days!
VI. New Basin
VII. Cortege (the Three-Prong Path)
Elisabeth Kim, Cello
Paolo Maliksi, Cello
Edward Prevost, Cello
Sean Hickey Longitude for Viola and Piano
Anne Lanzilotti, viola
Juan Carlos Fernández Nieto , piano
Gideon Klein Duo for Violin and Cello (1941)
(1919-1945) Natasha Lipkina, violin
Miho Zaitsu, cello
Leoš Janáček Sonata for Violin and Piano
Natasha Lipkina, violin
Victoria Mushkatkol, piano
Pierre Boulez Notations
Nathaniel LaNasa, piano
Atanas Ourkouzounov Tanzologia I. Contempotango
III. Bulgarian Rock
Kenji Haba, Guitar
Susan Mandel, Cello
Tania Stavreva Rhythmic Movement in 7/8 (2012)
Alexander Vladigerov Variations on a Bulgarian Song "Dilmano, Dilbero"
(1933-1993) Op.2 (1954)
Pancho Vladigerov Ratchenitza op.29, No.6 in 7/16 (1934)
(1899-1978) Mouvement rythmique op. 37, No.6 in 9/8 (1942) Tania Stavreva, piano
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Jan 31, 2014 7:00 PM