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World Premieres: PRISM Quartet and Marilyn Nonken at UPenn
University of Pennsylvania, Rose Recital Hall
Philadelphia, PA
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World Premieres: PRISM Quartet and Marilyn Nonken at UPenn
Presented by the University of Pennsylvania and PRISM Quartet, Inc.

PRISM presents an enticing program of world premieres of new saxophone quartets by UPenn faculty members: Goddard Lieberson and Guggenhiem Fellow James Primosch; Pew and Guggenhiem Fellow Anna Weesner; and Jay Reise, whose work has been supported by the Fromm Foundation and National Endowment for the Arts. The program also includes a new work by Ben Hjertmann, winner of the  2014 Barlow Prize; Jane Lange, winner of the PRISM/Walden School Commissioning Award; and previous PRISM commissions from UPenn alums David Ludwig ("Josquin Microludes") and David Laganella ("Leafless Trees").

Primosch's new work, scored for sax quartet and piano, will feature guest artist Marilyn Nonken, hailed by The Cleveland Plain Dealer as "a supreme interpreter of new music who blends audacity with sensitivity."

ABOUT THE ARTISTS
Marilyn Nonken (Director of Piano Studies, Associate Professor of Music and Music Education, NYU Steinhardt) commands a repertoire comprising the complete piano music of Schoenberg and Boulez, as well as works by pioneers of the New York School, the New Complexity and musique spectral. Her performances have been presented at such venues as Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, Miller Theatre, the Guggenheim Museum, (Le) Poisson Rouge, and Roulette (New York), IRCAM and the Théâtre Bouffe du Nord (Paris), the ABC (Melbourne), Instituto Chileno-Norteamericano (Santiago), the Music Gallery (Toronto), the Phillips Collection, and Menil Collection, and conservatories and universities around the world. Upcoming premieres include works written for her by Marcos Balter, Edmund Campion, Richard Carrick, Victoria Cheah, Brian Erickson, Christopher Trapani, and Nina C. Young. Recent releases include her monograph The Spectral Piano: From Liszt, Scriabin, and Debussy to the Digital Age (Cambridge) and the recordings Voix Voilées: Spectral Music for Piano (Metier), A Distant Music (New World), and Subject (Tzadik). She has recorded additionally for Lovely Music, Albany, Divine Art, Innova, CRI, BMOP Sound, New Focus, Kairos, Mode, and Bridge.



PRISM Quartet: Intriguing programs of great beauty and breadth have distinguished the PRISM Quartet as one of America's foremost chamber ensembles. Two-time winners of the Chamber Music America/ASCAP Award for Adventurous Programming, PRISM has been presented by Carnegie Hall, the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, and as soloists with the Detroit Symphony and Cleveland Orchestra. Champions of new music, PRISM has commissioned over 200 works, many by internationally celebrated Pulitzer Prize-winning composers. PRISM's discography includes fourteen recordings for the Albany, Innova, Koch, Naxos, New Dynamic, and New Focus labels. PRISM may also be heard on the soundtrack of the film Two Plus One and has been featured in the theme music to the weekly PBS news magazine "NOW." PRISM performs exclusively on Selmer saxophones and mouthpieces.

PRISM performing "15 Places At The Same Time" by Steve Lehman




ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
This program, including newly commissioned works by James Primosch, Anna Weesner, and Jay Reise, has been made possible with generous support from The Presser Foundation, in celebration of The Foundation's 75th anniversary for special programs highlighting the role of Philadelphia-born or based composers and performers in the development of American concert music of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. PRISM Quartet, Inc. also receives support from the Philadelphia Cultural Fund, the Samuel S. Fels Fund, the Amphion Foundation, New Music USA's Cary New Music Performance Fund, the Aaron Copland Fund for Music, Inc., and individual donors.


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University of Pennsylvania, Rose Recital Hall (View)
3340 Walnut Street (4th Floor)
Philadelphia, PA 19104
United States


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