“And I Always Thought” by Martin Bresnick receives it’s NY Premiere in the 2016 NY Phil Biennial. Lisa Moore performs with David Shifrin clarinet and Ani Kavafian violin
The NY PHIL BIENNIAL comes to The Greene Space with a special edition of the Yale School of Music’s illustrious new-music series New Music New Haven.
Featuring New York premieres by Yale faculty Martin Bresnick, David Lang, Aaron Jay Kernis, and Hannah Lash, a work by Yale faculty Christopher Theofanidis, and a New York premiere by Yale student Hilary Purrington.
Q2 Music host Helga Davis will be joined by New York Philharmonic Music Director Alan Gilbert along with select composers for on-stage interviews.
The concert will be followed by a NY PHIL BIENNIAL Play Date – a post-concert meet-up with the composers and performers over cocktails.
PROGRAM: Yale School of Music’s New Music New Haven
Charles Ives: Selected songs
Christopher Theofanidis: Kaoru
Andrew Robson, flute
Felice Doynov, flute
Aaron Jay Kernis: Toward the Setting Sun (Vers le soleil couchant) (New York Premiere)
Robert Blocker, piano
Hannah Lash: Leaves, Space (New York Premiere)
Hannah Lash, harp
Samuel Suggs, double bass
David Lang: where you go (New York Premiere)
Jeffrey Douma, conductor
Yale Choral Artists
Martin Bresnick: And I Always Thought (New York Premiere)
David Shifrin, clarinet
Ani Kavafian, violin
Lisa Moore, piano
Hilary Purrington: For your judicious and pious consideration (New York Premiere)
Adele Grabowski, mezzo-soprano
Yevgeny Yontov, piano
Julia Clancy, viola