Queens New Music Festival: Kate Dillingham and Random Access Music
The Random Access Music (RAM) composers' collective unites with the Pittsburgh-based collective Alia Musica to present cellist Kate Dillingham and pianist Amir Khosrowpour in a program which includes six new worksand five world premieres. The program features Sidonia's Shadow for cello and piano by Allen Schulz (RAM); Venera for solo cello by Kerrith Levingood (AM); All I Ever Wanted for cello and piano by Wang Jie (RAM); Chemins for solo cello by Federico Garcia (AM); e io li tenni dietro for solo cello by David Fetherolf (RAM); and a work for cello and piano by Gilbert Galindo (RAM).
New York-based cellist Kate Dillingham enjoys an active career in the United States and abroad. Her contemporary music discography includes the works of Arthur Honegger, Witold Lutoslawski, and Jennifer Higdon, among others. The New York Concert Review praised her as "An adventurous, dedicated champion of contemporary music, she performed with admirable control, conviction, and authority." Praised by The Los Angeles Times as having "irresistible verve, unpretentious directness, and fingers of steel", Bronx-based pianist/composer/teacher Amir Khosrowpour has performed throughout the United States, in China and Italy. Khosrowpour is a company composer for The Actors Company Theatre, and has also collaborated with many NYC dance companies.
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