at the Kosciuszko Foundation Headquarters
15 East 65th Street, New York, NY 10065
@ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Limited seats, reception to follow
In lieu of our performance at Carnegie Hall's Weill Recital Hall, the Ensemble Resonance's performance at the Kosciuszko Foundation is titled "Textures in Canadian Music" which will celebrate Canada's 150 birthday.
For 21 years Ensemble Resonance has been dedicated to performing new works which integrate acoustic and electroacoustic music with multi media elements featuring their combination of voice, piano, bass clarinet & violin.
They have shared their music in concerts across Canada, on CBC radio and were featured performers and master class teachers at the Cantai Festival in Taipei. Their recording Electrospectives was nominated for Best Classical Recording in the 2011 Western Canada Music Awards
"The performers throughout the Electrospectives CD are all first rate - precise and committed- three bravos!"
the clarinet magazine
A programme showcasing Canadian contemporary compositions which evoke the landscapes, peoples and animals of Canada.
The artists will also perform Lutoslawski and Wieniawski's music for us.
Their website is www.ernewmusic.com
Steven J. Lubiarz, Violin
Colleen Athparia, Piano
Stan Climie, Clarinet/Bass Clarinet
Michelle Todd, Soprano
Textures in Canadian Music
Evocations #2, by Harry Somers
A Great Arch Softening the Mountains, by Juno Award-winner Allan Bell
PISIK, by Roberta Stephen
A Road Through Alberta Foothills, by Alan Rae