New York, NY, Contemporary music ensemble Red Light New Music opens its fifth season with new chamber works at the Stone. The Red Light Ensemble will perform the virtuosic and mercurial Inguz (Fertility) by the Australian composer Liza Lim and a new work for cello and piano by the German-American composer Reiko Füting. The ensemble will also perform new acoustic and electro-acoustic works by Red Light composers Christopher Cerrone, Kyle Hillbrand, Vincent Raikhel, and Scott Wollschleger.

About Red Light New Music:
“…these sure-handed players brought out the enigmatic beauty of Mr. Furrer’s wiry constructions.” The
New York Times

Red Light New Music is a non-profit, New York-based contemporary music series and ensemble dedicated to the presentation of new classical music. Now in its fifth season, Red Light is passionate about the presentation of music by younger composers and has commissioned composers from countries such as Germany, Italy, France, Sweden and the United States and performed them in venues throughout New York, as well as the Kennedy Center in Washington, DC, at the Hochscule fur Musik “Hanns Eisler” in Berlin and live on Louisville Public Radio. Red Light’s fifth season will include a
residency at the University of California at San Diego and concerts in Switzerland and in Washington, Baltimore, and Boston. For more information about Red Light, please visit

Red Light New Music presents
New Works at The Stone
The Red Light Ensemble: Eileen Mack, clarinets; Jessie Marino, cello; John Popham, cello; Christiana Little, soprano; Kyle Hillbrand, percussion; and Yegor Shevstov, piano

Liza Lim: Inguz (Fertility), for clarinet and cello
Reiko Fueting: New Works for cello and piano
Christopher Cerrone: Requiem (for K.V.), for voice and electronics
Scott Wollschleger: Brontal No. 2 for piano
Vincent Raikhel: Refracted Epilogue for clarinet
Kyle Hillbrand: New Work for clarinet, cello, and piano

Date/time: Friday, September 4, 2009 at 10:00pm
Venue: The Stone / Avenue C & 2nd Street/ New York, NY 10013
Tickets: $10 at the door
Phone/web: (212) 431-0066 | |

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