Pre-registration for this event is now closed; tickets will be available for purchase at the box office beginning at 6:15 PM tonight.
Admission: FREE for AS and YPA Members; $20 for non-members. No additional fees will be charged when purchasing online. $10 tickets will be available for purchase at the door for students and seniors with ID.
New York New Music Ensemble (NYNME) returns to Music of the Americas with a program of new music from the hemisphere, including the world premiere of a new work by Diego Tedesco (Argentina) and a NY premiere by Javier Alvarez (Mexico), conducted by Eduardo Leandro.
|Javier Alvarez (Mexico)||Tientos (1985) *New York premiere|
|Juan Manuel Quintero Saavedra (Chile)||Macondo (2010) *North American premiere|
|Diego Tedesco (Argentina)||Divertimento (2016) *World premiere|
|Pablo Galaz Salamanca (Chile/France)||Fundamental Particles (2014–15) *North American premiere|
|Miguel Chuaqui (Chile/United States)||El Canto Repartido (2004)|
About the Artists
Since 1976, the New York New Music Ensemble has commissioned, performed, and recorded the important and upcoming composers of our time. Such organizations as the Jerome, Fromm, Mellon, and Koussevitzky Foundations; the Mary Flagler Cary Charitable Trust; NEA, and NYSCA, among others have recognized and supported the ensemble. They have performed innumerable college residencies (Long Beach, University of Wisconsin-Madison, University of Pittsburgh), appeared at major festivals (Ravinia, Santa Fe, June in Buffalo, Pacific Rim, The Thailand International Composers Festival), and recorded an extensive discography of important chamber works. They have traveled to Europe, Asia, and South America to perform, teach, and record, and branched out into theatre music and adventuresome electronic, interactive new technologies.
This concert is part of Chamber Music America's National Chamber Music Month. For information on other performances taking place across the country, visit www.chamber-music.org.
NYNME performs Morton Feldman at Tenri Cultural Institute, 2014.