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Join George Nickson and guests for a fantastic evening of contemporary music, featuring some amazing and rarely performed works.

This concert is FREE, tickets are not required.

The Juilliard School, Room 309
Friday, April 20th, 2012
6:00pm

The program will include:

Tristram Redux– Richard Wernick
Davone Tines, bass-baritone
Colin Davin, guitar

Janissary Music– Charles Wuorinen

Linea– Luciano Berio
Renate Rohlfing, piano
Brent Funderburk, piano
Sam Budish- percussion

INTERMISSION

The Stillpoint– Edward Top
Samantha Bennett, violin

Beaten Paths– Milton Babbitt

Spinoff– Charles Wuorinen
Karl Doty, double bass
Samantha Bennett, violin

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Principal Percussionist of the Met Opera Greg Zuber and Flutist Patricia Zuber host a concert at the New York Chamber Music Festival

Sunday, September 18 at 8:00 pm at Symphony Space

Symphony Space, Sharp Theatre
2537 Broadway, New York, NY 10025
NEARBY SUBWAY STOPS: 1, 2, 3 at 96th St.
Tickets $20; Members, Students, Seniors $15; Day of Show $25
(212) 864-5400

PROGRAM

Greg Zuber, marimba and vibraphone
Patircia Zuber, flute
Denis Bouriakov, flute
Maron Khoury, flute
Bart Feller, flute
Lino Gomez, clarinet
Tomoya Aomori, double bass
Derrick Inouye, conductor

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Milton Babbitt When Shall We Three Meet Again?

Elliot Carter Esprit Rude/Esprit Doux II

Teruyuki Noda Mattinata

William Susman Seven Scenes for Four Flutes (2011) World Premiere

Written at the behest of a commissioning consortium headed by Patricia Zuber

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Collide-O-Scope Music will open its 2010-2011 season on Sunday, October 3, with an all-acoustic ensemble program entitled “Technologies Without Circuits,” at Christ and St. Stephen’s Church, 120 W69 St., New York. Looking beyond the obvious impact of electronics and computers, this program takes a broad view of technology in contemporary music, focusing on a number of works whose wildy different aesthetic environments are intimately tied to the application of other kinds of innovative or extended musical devices.

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