ROUTE 9 ENSEMBLE Debut Concert Event: Mahler 4, Berio Folk Songs and Zorn's Kol Nidre - The National Opera Center in NYC and more
The Route 9 Ensemble presents an innovative program...
The Route 9 Ensemble, hailing from NYC, Amherst MA and Boston, MA will finally converge their talents for their
debut concert event featuring the centerpiece: MAHLER SYMPHONY no.4. This program is to be presented at New York City's sparkling new state of the art hall at the National Opera Center on Saturday February 1 at 8PM and Immanual Lutheran Church in Amherst MA on February 8 at 7PM. Other performances to be announced soon.
The Route 9 Ensemble, conducted by Jonathan Brennand, brings an intimate and exciting performance of Mahler's 4th Symphony to life in a chamber setting. Also on the program is a zesty and fun set of the Folk Songs by Luciano Berio for voice and seven instruments, as well as a string quintet by John Zorn entitled Kol Nidre, a somber meditation on the holiest of days on the Jewish calendar, the Day of Atonement.
MAHLER'S 4th SYMPHONY
Erwin Stein Chamber Arrangement
Corrine Byrne, soprano solo
Jonathan Brennand, conductor
The ROUTE 9 ENSEMBLE: Aaron Lakota, oboe; Michael Brignolo, clarinet; Lidia Chang, flute and piccolo; Madeleine Jansen, violin; Michelle Painter, violin; Sarah Bleichfeld, viola; Molly Aronson, cello; Zachary Hobin, bass; Matt Cron, reed organ; Fadi Deeb, piano; Sheila Heady and Josh Perry, percussion
FOLK SONGS by LUCIANO BERIO
KOL NIDRE by JOHN ZORN
The National Opera Center
330 Seventh Avenue, 7th Floor, New York, NY
February 1st 2014 8pm
"state of the art, acoustically excellent space"
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