Featuring works by Ruth Crawford Seeger, Ludwig van Beethoven, and Maurice Ravel.
Performing Miya Masaoka’s States of Being, States of Becoming with S.E.M. Ensemble on a program also featuring the composer’s works Songs of Lost Dreams, Survival, Four Moons of Pluto, and Don’t Kill Plants (Leaves are Murder, Meat is Murder).
Two performances in the Veteran’s Room at 7 and 9 pm.
An immersive concert in the round in the Weill Music Room at Carnegie Hall featuring works by composers who immigrated to New York City, including Tania León, Bright Sheng, Béla Bartók, and more.
Modeled after the original concept of chamber music—a casual gathering of musicians playing just for pleasure—this evening is an opportunity for both performers and audience to relinquish concert formalities and enjoy the experience of impromptu music-making. Program to include Mozart flute quartets and Salomon’s arrangements of Haydn symphonies, as well as sextets by Brahms and Strauss.
Leo Sussman (flute)
Suliman Tekali and Jennifer Liu (violin)
Caeli Smith and Sung Jim Lee (viola)
Arlen Hlusko and Jia Kim (cello)
The second and final concert of Ensemble Connect's residency in Paris, a program of contemporary works conducted by Jean-Christophe Vervoitte in collaboration with members of Ensemble Intercontemporain.
The culminating concert for the first Ensemble Connect residency at Skidmore College this year, featuring works by György Ligeti, Gabriella Smith, Kaija Saariaho, and Johannes Brahms. Livestream available: https://livestream.com/accounts/2689920/events/8366154
History | Equality | Artistic Representation
An exciting hour of music dedicated to exploring and celebrating compositions by female composers and people of color. Presented in partnership with the United Nations Chamber Music Society of the United Nations Staff Recreation Society. Free admission.
Performing Sonata in D major for flute and continuo, Op. 3 No. 2 by Giaccobe Cervetto (1680-1783) with Jonathan Salamon, harpsichord.
Performing Elliott Carter's Woodwind Quintet (1948) with Michelle Nguyen (oboe), Elisha Willinger (clarinet), Josh Thompson (horn), and Dillon Meecham (bassoon) on the 125th Yale School of Music Commencement Concert. Program also includes works by Iannis Xenakis, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Johannes Brahms, Derek Bourgeois, Giuseppe Verdi, and Pablo Sorozábal.
History | Equality | Artistic Representation
An exciting hour of music dedicated to exploring and celebrating compositions by female composers and people of color. Presented in partnership with the United Nations Chamber Music Society of the United Nations Staff Recreation Society, and funded thanks to the generosity of Slifka Center. Free admission.
Joseph Boulogne (1745-1799): String Quartet No. 5 in G major
Ariel Horowitz, violin; Johnna Wu, violin; Alexandra Simpson, viola; Adrian Daurov, cello
William Grant Still (1895-1978): Bayou Home
Ulysses Kay (1917-1995): Sonata for Bassoon and Piano
Cornelia Sommer, bassoon; Luis Ortiz, piano
Yuko Uebayashi (b. 1975): Town Light
Amir Farsi, flute; Felice Doynov, flute; Vyacheslav Gryaznov, piano
Élisabeth Jacquet de La Guerre (1665-1729): Sonata No. 1 in D minor for violin and continuo
Dhyani Heath, violin; Lucas Guedes, cello; Jonathan Salamon, harpsichord
Giaccobe Cervetto (1680-1783): Sonata in D major for ute and continuo, Op. 3 No. 2
Leo Sussman, flute; Jonathan Salamon, harpsichord
Amy Beach (1867-1944): Invocation, Op. 55
Pauline Viardot (1821-1910): Romance
Lili Boulanger (1893-1918): Nocturne
Ariel Horowitz, violin; Brenda Vongova, piano
Guest conductor Marin Alsop leads the Yale Philharmonia, Yale Glee Club, and Yale Camerata in a performance of Beethoven’s monumental Ninth Symphony, on a program that also includes Bernstein’s Chichester Psalms, and more.
Bernstein: Opening Prayer
Bernstein: Chichester Psalms
Beethoven: Symphony No. 9 in D major, Op. 125
Performing a new piece by Agata Sorotokin on a concert of vocal and instrumental works by Yale undergraduate and graduate composers. Curated by Jacob Gelber and Max Vinetz, New Voices features musicians from across the Yale community, from the School of Music to Schola Cantorum and the Voxtet. Free admission.
Tanner Porter: Argument
Miles Walter: Maybe -- "Eden" a'n't so lonesome' -- or, 'a Travelling Show' -- Five Dickinson Songs, 1859-61
Agata Sorotokin: The Evening Star
Eli Greenhoe: i/I
Max Vinetz: marginal at best
Sophie Cash: Four Stories
Tanner Porter: City, Looking In