Presented by Distinguished Concerts International New York (DCINY)

Performance Saturday, October 26, 2013 | 2 PM

Ensemble Périphérie

Weill Recital Hall
Established by young composers to promote contemporary chamber music, Ensemble: Périphérie brings a fresh take on classical music to Carnegie Hall. The group’s name was chosen to illustrate its goal of bringing exposure to underperformed composers and music that lies on the periphery, waiting to be discovered. The program for this concert includes music by Louis Karchin, Russian composer Irina Dubkova, and award-winning composer David Gompper.


  • Ensemble Périphérie
    ··Charles Akert, Cello
    ··Ginny Armstrong, Percussion
    ··Martha Councell–Vargas, Flute
    ··Michelle Crouch, Soprano
    ··Joseph Dangerfield, Conductor
    ··Ann DuHamel, Piano
    ··Stephen Fine, Viola
    ··Yasmin Flores, Clarinet
    ··Tricia Park, Violin


    Works by David Gompper, Louis Karchin, Irina Dubkova, Joseph Dangerfield, and Luke Dahn

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