Network in residence at Haverford College!
The Network Ensemble enjoys working with composition students--
THIRD SPACE: Projecting Light
The ever-changing, dimensional quality of light – flickering, luminous, blazing – inspires and challenges artists of all genres. Composers find new ways to illuminate the deepest places in the human experience, using acoustic instruments, electronic media, and projected video in a multi-faceted, incandescent evening.
Visit our YouTube page for previews of some of the works you’ll see on tonight’s program!
Eric Chasalow, Shatter and Glide
Benjamin Broening, changing light
David Taddie, Convergences
Mark Zaki, no one can hear you dream
Maurice Wright, Darwiniana (excerpts)
Featuring these virtuoso members of the Network for New Music Ensemble:
Edward Schultz, alto flute (changing light)
Daniel Spitzer, bass clarinet (changing light)
Hirono Oka, violin (Shatter and Glide)
Paul Arnold, violin (changing light)
Burchard Tang, viola (Shatter and Glide)
John Koen, cello (Shatter and Glide, changing light, Caper)
Maryanne Meyer, harp (Convergences)
Angela Nelson, percussion (changing light)
Linda Reichert, piano (changing light)
Jan Krzywicki, conductor
with guest Mark Zaki, violin (no one can hear you dream)
Pre-concert event: at 7 PM, the world premiere of “Hourglass” by Van Stiefel for string quartet and electronic tape, performed by members of the Philadelphia Sinfonia youth orchestra.
Sunday, April 7, 2013, 7:30 PM
Rock Hall, Temple University
Broad Street & Cecil B. Moore Ave, Philadelphia
Click the Rock Hall link for information on directions and parking.
Please note: Temple students, faculty or staff should bring their Temple ID.
CLICK HERE to buy your tickets online.
Friday April 12, 2013, 8:00 PM
Haverford College, Marshall Auditorium
Pre-concert event at 7:30 PM on April 12: the West Chester Laptop Arts Ensemble shows what laptops are really for — making music that’s at the bounds of imagination and technology.