Works by UC Davis graduate student composers.
Aida Shirazi: umbra
Jean Sibelius: Violin Concerto with Judy Kang
The ensemble ranges over a wide repertoire from plainchant to new music, with particular specialities in 15th-century Franco-Flemish polyphony and early 16th-century English sacred music and is committed to vivid live performance informed by the study of original source materials and historical performance practices.
Founded in autumn 2008 by internationally-renowned soloists who for many years have championed the interpretation and promotion of contemporary music, Berlin PianoPercussion is an ensemble characterized by the individual and complementary personalities of its members.
Wayang Bali, the Balinese Shadow Play, is one of the most revered traditional art forms in the world.
Mathilde Wantenaar: Prélude à une nuit américaine (U.S. Premiere)
Colin McPhee: Tabuh-Tabuhan
with Jennifer Reason and Adrián Zaragoza, piano
in conjunction with the LUCE Conference
Jean Sibelius: Symphony No. 2