New Music for Young Audiences: Reflecting Science (Fiction) through Music

Saturday, February 20, 2016 at 2PM

Good Shepherd-Faith Presbyterian Church
(152 West 66th St., bet. Broadway & Amsterdam Ave, NYC)


Tickets:
Discounted advance tickets will be available online at BrownPaperTickets.com until 6 AM on the day of the performance.
$20 General, $15 Seniors Age 65+,
$10 Students Age 13+ with ID, Free for children 12 & under with paid adult

 

After that time, tickets at the doors which open at 1:30 PM will be cash only.
$25 General, $20 Seniors Age 65+,
$12 Students Age 13+ with ID, Free for children 12 & under with paid adult

Ensemble 212 presents a family friendly concert featuring living composers and new music presented to children in a fun and inquisitive manner. By teaching the elements and techniques used in new music, young audiences can better appreciate and understand today's composers. 

Co-produced by Artistic Director Yoon Jae Lee and 2014-15 Composer in Residence Texu Kim, the concert will feature on-screen annotations describing the musical elements of the works while the music is being performed. This unique feature enhances the listener's experience leading them have a deeper understanding and appreciation of classical music. 

PROGRAM:

 

Nina C. YOUNG
Spero Lucem for Piano Quartet (2015)

Phillip SINK
Flowers of Salt for Pierrot Ensemble (2013)
Kyunghun Kim, Conductor

Carl SCHIMMEL
An Illustrated Ontogeny of the Flower Snark (2013)

Texu KIM
Frattalissimo!! for Clarinet, Percussion, Piano, and Violoncello (2012)
Kyunghun Kim, Conductor

Daniel FELSENFELD
Something Wicked for Flute, Percussion, Violin, and Violoncello (2013)
Yoon Jae Lee, Conductor

Nina C. YOUNG
Tethered Within for 8 Musicians (2013)
Yoon Jae Lee, Conductor

For more information, please visit the website at www.ensemble212.org and to purchase tickets, please follow the link:http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2494308.

Miro Yoon