Chamber Project St. Louis presents WINDOW
WINDOW: through the looking glass
Complimentary drink with tickets.
We open our twelfth season with a program challenging our senses to go beyond what we can see, with inspiration drawn from architecture specific to St Louis and a melody from the steppes of Uzbekistan.
The program begins with a piece by Kristin Kuster exploring the work of architect Tadao Ando. Ando, who designed the Pulitzer Museum in St. Louis, uses the hardest of materials - steel and concrete - but also considers intangibles such as light and wind as they appeal to our senses. Khachaturian synthesizes the rhythms and melodies of his homeland into a sonic looking glass, bringing the listener to a far-away world. Music by Haydn transports us to back in time to worlds both familiar and unknown. We conclude this program with a new work by St. Louis composer David Werfelmann.
Kristin Kuster, Ando: light against shade
Franz Joseph Haydn, Trio No. 2 for flute, violin and cello
Aram Khachaturian, Trio for clarinet, violin, and piano
David Werfelmann*, Commission - World Premiere
Jennifer Gartley, flute
Dana Hotle, clarinet
Jane Price, violin
Eli Lara, cello
Kelly Karamanov, piano
Jeff Barudin, percussion
560 Music Center (View)
560 Trinity Aveue
University City, MO 63130
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