CARNEGIE HALL PRESENTS

Performance Friday, February 17, 2012 | 8 PM

Carnegie Hall Choral Institute presents Transient Glory

92nd Street Y
In partnership with the Young People's Chorus of New York City, Carnegie Hall presents three evenings of contemporary works for young voices. These events follow three days of workshops for visiting conductor fellows and will include conversations with the featured composers as well as performances by the JACK Quartet.

A celebration of new beginnings, and childhoods past: Joan Tower's first piece for chorus, Del Tredici's paean to youth, and Bright Sheng's evocative music based on a folksong from his native China.

Performers

  • Young People's Chorus of New York City
    Francisco J. Núñez, Artistic Director and Founder
  • John Schaefer
  • JACK Quartet
  • Courtenay Budd, Soprano
  • Jon Holden, Piano
  • Jacqueline Kerrod, Harp
  • Chris Thompson, Percussion

  • Ana Alvarez, Conductor
  • Karen Cooksey, Conductor
  • Tian Hui Ng, Conductor

  • Janet Galván, Guest Conductor
  • Grant Gershon, Guest Conductor

Program

    Interviews with:
    Joan Tower
    Bright Sheng
    David Del Tredici
  • JOAN TOWER Incandescent
  • JOAN TOWER Can I
  • JOAN TOWER Descent
  • BRIGHT SHENG String Quartet No. 5, "The Miraculous"
  • BRIGHT SHENG Boatmen's Song
  • BRIGHT SHENG "Thirty-Mile Village"
  • DEL TREDICI "Innocence" from String Quartet No.1
  • DEL TREDICI Four Heartfelt Anthems
    ·· Sabbath's Child (Proclamation)
    ·· The Little Land (Barcarolle)
    ·· Alphabet (Fuga)
    ·· Highlands Farewell (Aria)
  • DEL TREDICI Credo Fugue
92nd Street Y
1395 Lexington Avenue
New York, NY 10128
212-415-5500

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All Tickets $20
Call to purchase: 212-415-5500
Presented by the Weill Music Institute in partnership with the Young People’s Chorus of New York City.

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