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Miller Theatre Pop Up Concerts: Austin Wulliman & Conrad Tao
Austin Wulliman, violin
Columbia University’s Miller Theatre presents Austin Wulliman and Conrad Tao in recital as part of their free Pop-Up Concerts series. The program will include four world premieres by Wulliman, Andrew Greenwald, and Anne Cleare, alongside works by Carter and Feldman.
Eight Songs for a Mad King
Lena Vidulich, violin; Georgia Bourderionnet, cello; Nicholas Davies, clarinet
The Louis Moreau Institute for New Music Performance presents Sir Peter Maxwell Davies’ 8 Songs for a Mad King. Also on the program are works by Elliott Carter, Kaija Saariaho, and Gabriela Frank.
NEXTET New Music
Katie Leung, piano
University of Nevada, Las Vegas’ new music ensemble, Nextet, presents a concert featuring faculty, students, and guests. Works by Elliott Carter, Catherine Likhuta, Linda Lister, Uli Geissendoerfer, and more.
George Lewis and Elliott Carter at PianoForte Salon
Jacob Greenberg, piano; Josh Modney, violin
Jacob Greenberg and Josh Modney perform American modernist classics, including George Lewis’ Endless Shout and Elliott Carter’s Duo for Violin and Piano.
Three Explorations (European premiere)
Evan Hughes, baritone; Knussen Chamber Orchestra; Ryan Wigglesworth, conductor; International Contemporary Ensemble
Snape Maltings, Aldeburgh, United Kingdom/More Info
Longstanding friends Julia Bullock and Evan Hughes share a program that includes Hughes singing the European premiere of Carter’s Three Explorations – settings from T. S. Eliot’s Four Quartets – with the Knussen Chamber Orchestra, conducted by Ryan Wigglesworth. The concert also includes several shorter pieces by Carter performed by the International Contemporary Ensemble.
Antoine Tamestit & Friends: with Colin Currie
Antoine Tamestit, viola; Colin Currie, percussion
A BBC Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert featuring violist Antoine Tamestit and percussionist Colin Currie with works by Tristan Murail, Bruno Mantovani, Carter, and Berio.