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Wild Rumpus: Migrations

Saturday, May 3, 2014 — 12:00 AM
Tickets: $15 General, $10 Members, Students & Seniors
Tickets available at the door only

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Wild Rumpus presents Migrations, a program of reinterpreted and reinvented materials. The concert includes the world premieres of Eliza Brown’s …in hora mortis nostrae, which covers, extends, and reinterprets a 17th-century Ave Maria, and Lee Weisert’s Minutiae, which translates Weisert’s own intricate sketches into sound. Instrumental ensembles are reimagined as unique hybrids in Daniel Wohl’s Pixelated and David Lang’s Stuttered Chant, and a Carnatic Indian vocal exercise finds new life, reinterpreted in Asha Srinivasan’s Dviraag.
Wild Rumpus is dedicated to the development of new music through collaboration with young/emerging composers. Lee Weisert and Eliza Brown were selected through the Wild Rumpus Commissioning Project, an annual open call for scores that draws hundreds of applications each year. Since 2011, the ensemble has commissioned and premiered twenty-three new works. For more information, please visit www.wildrumpusmusic.org.
Lee Weisert: Minutiae (2014) *
for bass clarinet, trombone, double bass, soprano, and electronics
 
Johann Melchior Gletle (1626-1683): Ave Maria
for soprano and continuo
 
Eliza Brown: …in hora mortis nostrae (2014) *
for mixed chamber ensemble
 
David Lang: Stuttered Chant (2011)
for cello and percussion
 
Asha Srinivasan: Dviraag (2010)
for cello and flute
 
Daniel Wohl: Pixelated (2010)
for piano/toy piano, glockenspiel, and electronics
 
* World premiere, commissioned by Wild Rumpus
Wild Rumpus: 
Amy Sedan, flute
Sophie Huet, clarinet
Matthew Striplen, trombone
Margaret Halbig, piano
Dan VanHassel, electric guitar/composer
Joanne de Mars, cello
Ed Garcia, percussion
Vanessa Langer, soprano
Nathaniel Berman, conductor
Jen Wang, composer
Directors: Sophie Huet, Dan VanHassel, Jen Wang