Intersection

Ensemble 20/21 | March 30, 2024 7:30 p.m.

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“Intersection” features music by composers who explore the terrain between traditional genre boundaries. The program features Anna Meredith’s astonishing 1980s electronica meets 90s clubland composition Tuggemo, the first movement of Edgar Meyer’s virtuosic Concert Duo for Violin and Bass, Courtney Bryan’s gospel and jazz-flavored fusion of the sacred and secular, Soli Deo Gloria for two guitars, and the world premiere of Dmitri Tymoczko’s Nerds, for chamber ensemble. The evening concludes with Angélica Negrón’s dóabin, inspired by the invented language of a pair of twins; acclaimed composer Tyshawn Sorey’s shimmering, lyrical work, For Fred Lerdahl; and avant-garde icon György Ligeti’s minimalist composition, Six Bagatelles, for woodwind quintet. 


Program
ANNA MEREDITH Tuggemo
EDGAR MEYER Concert Duo for Violin and Bass
COURTNEY BRYAN Soli Deo Gloria
TYSHAWN SOREY For Fred Lerdahl
ANGÉLICA NEGRÓN Dóabin (Philadelphia premiere)
DMITRI TYMOCZKO Nerdz (world premiere)
GYÖRGY LIGETI Six Bagatelles

I. Allegro con spirito
II. Rubato. Lamentoso
III. Allegro grazioso
IV. Presto ruvido
V. Adagio. Mesto
VI. Molto vivace. Capriccioso

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Generous support for Ensemble 20/21 is provided by the Daniel W. Dietrich II Foundation.

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