(Image: Courtesy of Carlos Amat)
Concert: Ensemble NOMOS
In their Americas Society debut, the Spanish Ensemble NOMOS presents a concert of their "Puentes" series, an initiative to build musical "bridges" between composers from both sides of the Atlantic.
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- PROGRAM -
Chamber Symphony, Op. 9 (1906)
Carlos Amat, conductor
María Bernat, flute
Ausiás Garrigós, clarinet
Juan Carlos Cornelles, piano
Bruno Vidal, violin
José Enrique Bouché, cello
Founded in 2010, Ensemble NOMOS has presented audiovisual performances throughout Europe and the Americas. In their Americas Society debut, the ensemble will present a concert as part of the "Puentes" series, an initiative launched by Mexican composer Marcela Rodríguez. The "Puentes" series strives to bring together compositional styles and concepts from European and American composers and tries to bridge the gap between these two musical worlds.
NOMOS Ensemble performing Jorge Grossman's SIRAY. Carlos Amat, conductor.