Kronos Quartet/Kronos Performing Arts Association is pleased to announce an exciting new commissioning initiative – Fifty for the Future: The Kronos Learning Repertoire. Beginning in the 2015/16 season, Fifty for the Future will commission 50 new works – 10 per year for five years – devoted to contemporary approaches to the quartet and designed expressly for the training of students and emerging professionals. The works will be created by an eclectic group of composers – 25 men and 25 women. Kronos will premiere each piece and create companion digital materials, including scores, recordings, and performance notes, which will be distributed online for free. Fifty for the Future will present string quartet music as a living art form. Kronos, Carnegie Hall, and an adventurous list of project partners will join forces to support this exciting new commissioning, performance, education, and legacy project of unprecedented scope and potential impact.
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Glen Roven just wrote a lovely little piece in Huffpo about hearing my recording session with Contemporaneous for my upcoming record!
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David Bloom, Director
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World premiere of NEW GHETTO SONGS (45′) for voice, bass clarinet, trumpet, keyboards, guitar, drumkit.
Commissioned by Non Luoghi Musicali 2014
Tastiere Daniele Del Monaco
Chitarra Marco Cappelli
Clarinetto Gabriele Coen
Tromba Tom Arthurs
Violoncello Mark Malkovitch
Batteria Zeno De Rossi
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Tel Aviv, October 27, 2014, Meitar Ensemble gives the Israeli premiere of Estro-poetico armonico 2.