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Sound Energy

Sat, Jan 5 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
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Program

(Note: program has been modified)
Tamar Diesendruck: “Cryptic Fragments Revisited” (2018)
Anton Webern: “String Trio, Op. 20” (1927) [two movements, 1. Sehr langsam, and 2. Sehr getragen und ausdrucksvoll]
Giacinto Scelsi: “Trio per archi” (1958)
Kaija Saariaho: Cloud Trio (2009)

Sound Energy is a dynamic, Boston-based string trio committed to exploring new sounds, new collaborations, and new music. Established in 2013, Sound Energy members Micah Brightwell (violin), Samuel Kelder (viola) and Benjamin Swartz (cello) are constantly searching for ways to push the traditional violin-violacello combination to represent the bold, daring voices of 20th- and 21st-century composers. With a repertoire spanning Anton Webern to Andrew Norman, Sound Energy stands at the forefront of a new generation in contemporary music with ambitious upcoming projects including tours, residencies, and large-scale commissions—all in a continued effort to explore the energy of sound. Learn more at www.sound-energy.net (Duration: 1 hour)

Tickets: $20/non-member, $15/member, $8/teens/students, $5/children under 12

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