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Lisa Moore performs a special Steinway Salon program “The Pleasures of Being Lost” curated by John Luther Adams of piano works by composers who have influenced and informed his work including a world premiere by Michael Byron. Composers include Peter Garland, Lou Harrison (for his centenary), Lois V Vierk, Jim Fox, Michael Byron, David Mahler, and Adams himself.

(Part of the John Luther Adams Residency)

program:

“The Pleasures of Being Lost”

John Luther Adams – Tukiliit (2012)

Lois V Vierk – Yeah, Yeah, Yeah (1990)

Jim Fox The pleasure of being lost  (2011-12)

Peter Garland –  Bright Angel/Hermetic Bird – I and II (1997)

Michael Byron – Tender, Infinitely Tender* (world premiere)

David Mahler – Martin Bartlett at the Claremont Hotel (2011)

John Luther Adams – Among Red Mountains (2001)

Lou Harrison Reel

*commissioned by Symphony Space

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