UNTIL THE NEXT REVOLUTION
EVOLUTION CONTEMPORARY MUSIC SERIES 2013-14
September 24, 2013 | 8:00pm preview and fundraiser
Evolution launches its 9th season with performances, a silent auction, and catering by The Bun Shop.
October 22, 2013 | 7:00pm pre-concert conversation, 8:00pm concert
"Formidable new-music force" (Time Out New York) Loadbang brings its singular instrumentation to Baltimore with pieces by Andy Akiho, Christopher Cerrone, Adrian Knight, Hannah Lash and David Smooke.
February 4, 2014 | 7:00pm pre-concert conversation, 8:00pm concert
The extraordinary pianist of the Bang on a Can All-Stars plays a solo show, featuring music for piano and electronics by Donnacha Dennehy, Ryan Anthony Francis and Steve Reich.
UNTIL THE NEXT REVOLUTION
March 4, 2014 | 7:00pm pre-concert conversation, 8:00pm concert
An exploration of music and politics, including works by Ted Hearne, David T. Little and Frederic Rzewski.
THE MUSIC OF SARAH KIRKLAND SNIDER
May 6, 2014 | 7:00pm pre-concert conversation, 8:00pm concert
An evening of the "rapturous" (New York Times) solo, chamber and vocal music of Sarah Kirkland Snider.
Tickets $15/$10 students, subscription $45/$30 (excludes 9/24), at evolutionseries.org or at the door
+ EXTENDED PLAY @ THE BUN SHOP
Add $5 to your ticket ($15 subscription) to join us for a post-concert party and bonus track at The Bun Shop
Stay tuned for an announcement of a collaborative event with Classical Revolution Baltimore
Several of our guest artists will work with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra's ORCHKids program
The Evolution Contemporary Music Series, founded in 2005 and directed by composer and Peabody Institute faculty member Judah Adashi, is a Baltimore-based concert series dedicated to the music of living composers. Praised by Tim Smith of the Baltimore Sun for having "elevated and enriched Baltimore's new music scene enormously," and by the Baltimore City Paper as "superb...not the same-old, same-old," the Evolution Series has presented or premiered works by over 75 composers, performed by acclaimed musicians from Baltimore and beyond. Events regularly include pre-concert conversations with performers, composers, critics and scholars. Featured guests have included Marin Alsop, music director of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra; composers Missy Mazzoli and John Luther Adams; and music critics Tim Page (Washington Post) and Alex Ross (New Yorker).
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409 N. Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21201
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