Gidon Kremer & Kremerata Baltica celebrate 100 Years of Astor Piazzolla

featuring Per Arne Glorvigen, bandoneon

 

October/November 2021

Gidon Kremer and Astor Piazzolla: this legendary combination of two of the 20th century most influential musicians began with Kremer's first recording of the Argentine tango master's music in 1996, which achieved pop level sales in many countries and sparked a Piazzolla craze in global classical music circles.  Since then, Kremer and Kremerata Baltica have released six further Piazzolla recordings and toured with his music around the world.

To celebrate Piazzolla's centenary (and Kremer's 75th and the Kremerata's 25th birthdays)  they bring this music back to North America.

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A Dust in Time:

John Kennedy conducts Huang Ruo's New Work written in response to the global pandemic

 

2020-21 season and beyond

Composer Huang Ruo wrote his A Dust in Time in 2020 during the COVID-19 global pandemic, as a response to an event which has affected everyone on Earth and as a reflection of the globally shared experience of living under the virus' shadow.

 

The 60-minute composition for string orchestra is available under the direction of conductor John Kennedy, a noted interpreter of Huang Ruo's music.

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Mari + ACME: Journey

 

Norwegian star violinist Mari Samuelsen joins American Contemporary Music Ensemble for an immersive musical journey from Bach to Icelandic Oscar-winner Hildur Guðnadóttir

 

Spring 2022

Mari Samuelsen has built a global following - through her youtube videos, which have been viewed many millions of times; her bestselling Deutsche Grammophon album; and her bold programming and fierce interpretations, in particular of baroque and contemporary works.

 

Mari + ACME : Journey  unites Mari and the venerable American Contemporary Music Ensemble (ACME) for an immersive program that leads the audience from Bach to the haunting sonic landscape of contemporary post-minimalist music.  The program will include several premieres and special arrangements of music by Phillip Glass, Hildur Guðnadóttir, Clarice Jensen, Jóhann Jóhannsson, Max Richter, Caroline Shaw, Dobrinka Tabakova, and others.    

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