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I used to hate solo violin music and now I like it. Well, I like this work by Carter anyway; no guarantees if I listen again to Cage's Freeman Etudes.
February 04, 2008 in carter, elliott | Permalink
a shameless bit of self promotion, but for those interested in risking more solo violin music and are in NYC, tomorrow a specialist in the stuff is revealing a bunch of new stuff.
she is not performing the freeman etudes...(though she might if someone holds up a lighter!)
February, 7 2008 at Violinist Miranda Cuckson
Renee Weiler Concert Hall, 46 Barrow Street, New York, New York 10014
Cost : $15/$10
Violinist Miranda Cuckson and her frequent collaborators, pianist Blair McMillen, and flutist Christoph Bösch perform Ralph Shapey’s “Five”, as well as world premieres of solo and duo works by Douglas Boyce, Robert Cuckson, and Matthew Greenbaum.
February 06, 2008 at 06:03 AM
hey there--if you like Carter's "Four Lauds," Network for New Music will be doing the first two of them on Feb. 29 at Symphony Space in NYC, on a concert honoring the composer's 100th birthday. Pianists Marilyn Nonken and Stephen Gosling will also be doing 10 short piano works commissioned for the occasion, all tributes to Elliott. It's a neat program, you're all invited!
Lisa Miller |
February 12, 2008 at 08:07 AM
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