THE 2013 CARNEGIE HALL PROJECT
We have been invited to perform in New York City’s Carnegie Hall in October 2013! So if you find yourself in the New York City area in October, we hope to see you there! Our concert is in Carnegie’s Weill Hall on Saturday, October 26 at 2:00pm and is part of the DCINY Distinguished Concerts Artists Series.
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Ensemble: Périphérie just had a successful 2013 concert series! The program, the same program for our Carnegie concert, featured new works by David Gompper, Louis Karchin, Irina Dubkova, as well as newly–composed works by EP’s artistic directors, Joseph Dangerfield and Luke Dahn. The series will included five concerts in five nights at several venues throughout the Midwest region.
6 March 8:00pm — Northern Illinois University (live webcast)
7 March 7:30pm — University of Wisconsin–Madison
8 March 3:30pm — University of Minnesota
9 March 7:00pm — Coe College
10 March 7:30pm — University of Iowa
26 October 2:00pm — Carnegie Hall
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David Gompper: Butterfly Dance (2001) for cl, vn, va, vc, pf
Louis Karchin: Four Songs on Poems of Seamus Heaney * (2012) for soprano, fl, cl, vn, vc, perc, pf
Irina Dubkova: I Hear The Sound That Has Fallen Silent (2005) for fl, cl, vn, vc, pf
Joseph Dangerfield: The Wild * (2013) for piano and chamber ensemble
Luke Dahn: Calder Cadences * (2013) for fl, cl, vn, vc, pf
Giacinto Scelsi: Dharana (1975) for vc, db
( * = world premiere)