Ensemble Moto Perpetuo Presents:
Date & Time: Jan. 19th 2014 at 8PM
Venue: Cary Hall at The DiMenna Center for Classical Music, 450 W 37th St, New York, NY 10018
Praised by the New York Times as "consistently invigorating", Ensemble Moto Perpetuo is one of New York's most exciting chamber orchestras devoted to boundary-breaking endeavors by upholding its key tenets: innovative music, unique artistic vision, and a lens on the community at large.
With generous support from the French American Cultural Exchange and the French American Fund for Contemporary Music Manoury Portrait would be New York's first concert and event series dedicated to celebrating the works and achievements of French composer Philippe Manoury.
The Concert on Jan.19 features contralto Christina Ascher with EMP and its conductor Nicholas DeMaison. Further Oberlin alumni performing this portrait series are flutist Martha Cargo, violist Hannah Levinson, violinist Maya Bennardo and Simon Bilyk.
Passacaille pour Tokyo (1994 / 20 min.) - for piano solo and ensemble
Ultima (1996 / 12 min.) - for clarinet, cello, piano
Gesänge- Gedanken (2011 / 38 min.) - for alto solo and ensemble on text by Nietzsche
For more information, please visit www.empnyc.org
The DiMenna Center Mary Flagler Cary Hall (lower level) (View)
450 W. 37th St
New York, NY 10018
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