Oct
14
3:00 PM15:00

The Sounds of Light & Shade

If you didn’t get to hear Pierre Jalbert’s elegant Light, Line, Shadow premiered at the Philadelphia Museum of Art in July 2018, you can hear a reprise of it on Network’s 2018-19 season opener. This concert also features other image-based music like Ingrid Arauco’s Vistas (flute and piano) and Wild Purple for solo viola by Joan Tower -- a piece that will whisk you into the world of abstract color. Foreshadowing the last concert of the season, Morton Feldman’s proto-minimalist work Piano Piece (to Philip Guston) will also be performed, along with Anna Weesner’s chimerical trio, Light and Stone.

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Feb
17
3:00 PM15:00

Millenial Music

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Network for New Music showcases the music of the Millennial generation featuring five works by some of the most talented composers of this generation. The two featured commissioned works include: Reflections #2 (viola, cello, piano) by Rene Orth, and a new work for violin and cello by composer Joshua Hey. The program takes further shape with: Sky Macklay’s bold and humorous FastSlowHighLow for violin and piano; the Philadelphia premiere of Charles Peck’s Piano Quartet; and a performance of erebus, an evocative work for clarinet and piano, by the critically acclaimed pianist and composer Andrew Hsu.

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Additional Outreach Performance
February 18, 2019; 7:30pm
Stockton University
Campus Center Theatre
101 Vera King Farris Drive
Galloway, NJ

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Apr
7
3:00 PM15:00

Mavericks of Minimalism

The enchanting final concert of the season, centered around a commissioned work by post-minimalist cross-culturalist, Evan Ziporyn, for string quartet and 4 gamelan players. To this, Network adds Gerald Levinson’s exquisitely constructed Balinese inspired Bronze Music (piano; 4 hands) and Road Movies (violin and piano) by John Adams, which inserts a subversive ‘swing’ into the mix. The concert concludes where it all began: with a special performance of the iconic In C by Terry Riley played by the Network Ensemble, the Gamelan Semara Santi players, and instrumentalists from the Sinfonia Youth Orchestra. Finally, Yale music professor Hannah Lash’s C (vibraphone and piano) provides a companion work.

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Additional Outreach Performance
April 9, 2019; 7:30pm
Haverford College, Roberts Auditorium
Haverford, PA
FREE

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