Brooklyn-based composer Dan Joseph will offer a program of new and recent chamber works, including Underground Suite for marimba and saxophone, Eucalyptus Quartet for violin, cello, saxophone and clarinet, and a new work for piano, with pianist Marija Ilic, saxophonists Erin Rogers and Chris Mannigan, percussionist Danny Tunick, violinist Tom Chiu and cellist Clara Kennedy.
Composer Michael Byron will premier his new work In One Second There Will Be A Thousand Plateaus Perhaps for two pianos and small orchestra featuring pianists Joseph Kubera and Marilyn Nonken with Petr Kotik conducting members of the S.E.M. Ensemble, as well as a performance of his 2018 composition Fabric for String Noise performed by violin duo String Noise (Conrad Harris and Pauline Kim Harris).
The Interpretations series, now in its 33rd season, is a New York-based concert series focusing on the relationship between contemporary composers and their interpreters. Sometimes the interpreters are the composers themselves; more often, the series features performers who specialize in the interpretation of new music. Since its inception in 1989, Interpretations has featured leading figures in contemporary music and multimedia, including Muhal Richard Abrams, Robert Ashley, Anthony Braxton, Thomas Buckner, FLUX Quartet, Joseph Kubera, Annea Lockwood, and Alvin Lucier, Roscoe Mitchell, Phill Niblock, Pauline Oliveros, Ursula Oppens, and Morton Subotnick.
A livestream will be available free of charge at 8pm on the day of the performance and archived for future viewing. Watch below or on YouTube.