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Neighborhood Concert: NOW Ensemble

Sunday, April 30, 2017 5 PM Our Saviour's Atonement Lutheran Church
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NOW Ensemble brings an indie-rock attitude to contemporary classical music. Called “fresh and vibrant” (The Classical Review) and praised for its “rhythmic vitality” (Time Out New York), this dynamic ensemble has worked with many leading contemporary composers, including Nico Muhly, Missy Mazzoli, and Timo Andres. Its unique instrumental lineup allows NOW Ensemble to be flexible and innovative, helping it to introduce 21st-century music to new audiences. On this evening’s program, NOW Ensemble presents the New York premiere of Rounder Songs by Patrick Burke and Emily Pinkerton, a five-movement song cycle for voice, clawhammer banjo, flute, clarinet, electric guitar, bass, and piano that blends the sounds of old-time American music with post-minimalist, indie-classical sensibilities.

Performers

NOW Ensemble
·· Alex Sopp, Flute
·· Alicia Lee, Clarinet
·· Mark Dancigers, Electric Guitar
·· Logan Coale, Double Bass
·· Michael Mizrahi, Piano
·· Emily Pinkerton, Banjo and Vocals

Program

ALL-LUDWIG-LEONE PROGRAM
Folk Music
LUDWIG-LEONE Simple Machine
BURKE / PINKERTON PATRICK BURKE / EMILY PINKERTON Rounder Songs (NY Premiere)
Cloudbank
CROWELL Waiting in the Rain for Snow

Music at Our Saviour’s Atonement (MOSA)
Our Saviour’s Atonement Lutheran Church
178 Bennett Avenue (at 189th Street) | Manhattan
Subway 1 Subway a | Bus: Bx7, M100
212-923-5757 | RSVP: Venue website

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Music at Our Saviour’s Atonement (MOSA)
Our Saviour’s Atonement Lutheran Church

178 Bennett Avenue (at 189th Street) | Manhattan
212-923-5757 | Venue website

Lead support for Neighborhood Concerts is provided by the Howard Gilman Foundation.

Public support for Neighborhood Concerts is provided by New York City Council Member Helen Rosenthal.

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