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Earplay - The Way Things Go

Monday, April 30, 2018   7:30 PM
Herbst Theatre - San Francisco

Concert III concludes our season with two world premieres, two US premieres, and one west-coast premiere, so this music is all sure to be new to your ear! "A viola, night-voiced, calls into its past but nothing comes." San Francisco composer Mark Winges' Night Voiced is dedicated to Ellen Ruth Rose and she will be giving this single movement fantasy its world premiere. Earplayers Peter Josheff and Terrie Baune will perform the world premier of Jon Yu's new work for clarinet and violin, while Pablo Ortiz's string trio "and all the phonies go mad with joy" will receive its US premiere. Tango melodies and rhythms swirl around as the music veers from the traditional to the abstract in this witty and irreverent work. Richard Festinger's bright and playful "The way things go" for flute and piano receives its west-coast premiere. Rounding out the program is the US premiere of Turgut Erçetin's composition Resonance: b Tella, which draws the listener into an intricate, resonant sound world. The clarinet plays a solo role with the ensemble, struggling between voiced and unvoiced sounds, speaking and suppressed speech, pressing the rights of the individual against the status quo—Art as political action.

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