Performances of Vijay’s compositions

Cory Smythe and Present Music Ensemble

Thursday 22 February 2018

Jazz Gallery Center for the Arts, Milwaukee, WI, US

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Line-up: Cory Smythe, Present Music Ensemble, Aleksandra Vrebalov, Sahba Aminikia, Mary Kouyoumdjian

Doors open: 18:30

Tour name: Give Chance a Piece

Audience members will frame their experience of Present Music’s chamber concert by choosing from one of four intimate concert spaces. From within the intimate and eclectic art space of the Jazz Gallery, the exquisite art collection of a private home, or the gracious warmth of the Woman’s Club, the concert experience will be inspired by “Give Chance a Piece”, changeable music that is altered by a roll of the dice. Experience a private and cozy atmosphere with the Present Music Ensemble.

Repertoire

Dig the Say by Vijay Iyer
Shab o Meh (Night and Fog) by Sahba Aminikia
My Desert, My Rose by Aleksandra Vrebalov
A Boy and a Makeshift Toy by Mary Kouyoumdjian
Elegy by Sahba Aminkia

Past Performances of Vijay’s compositions

Orpheus Chamber Orchestra with André Watts
Carnegie Hall, New York, NY, US

Thursday, October 26, 2017
8 PM

Carnegie Hall
57th Street & 7th Avenue
10019
New York, NY, US
(212) 632-0540
carnegiehall.org
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Doors open: 19:00

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Premiere performance of Vijay Iyer’s composition for the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra

In a program exploring the creativity of self-made pianists, Beethoven’s First Symphony and a new work from the Indian-American jazz pianist Vijay Iyer offer contrasting views on the development of pianist to composer. After over a decade Orpheus reunites with noted pianist André Watts for a performance of Mozart.

Performers:

– Orpheus Chamber Orchestra
– André Watts, Piano

Program:

*VIJAY IYER – Asunder (NY Premiere)
*MOZART – Piano Concerto No. 9 in E-flat Major, K. 271, “Jeunehomme”
*BEETHOVEN 0 Symphony No. 1

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Oct 12 – Lied Center, Lincoln, Nebraska

Oct 14 – Norton Center for the Arts, Danville, Kentucky

Oct 15 – Loeb Playhouse, West Lafayette, Indiana

Oct. 22 – NJPAC, Newark, NJ