People Inside Electronics presents Hear Now goes Electroacoustic

On Friday, May 1st, for the second year in a row PIE will collaborate with the Hear Now Festival of New Music by Los Angeles Composers, with a concert showcasing the very best works selected from a call for scores. This year, PIE and Hear Now are partnering with Brightwork newmusic, a new music sextet consisting of a flexible and fearless group of world-class musicians: flutist Sara Andon, pianist Aron Kallay, cellist Roger Lebow, violinist Tereza Stanislav, pianist Nick Terry, and clarinetist Brian Walsh.

After a successful collaboration with the Hear Now Music Festival in 2014, this year PIE will once more bring an evening of electrifying new music to the scene. Hear Now annually features contemporary Los Angeles composers, and PIE is proud to showcase the music of composers venturing in the waves of the electroacoustic genre. This will be an event and collaboration not to be missed.

For the 2015 edition of this collaboration, this concert will feature Brightwork newmusic, a new music sextet based in Los Angeles, with a flexible and fearless group of world-class musicians: Aron Kallay (piano), Tereza Stanislav (violin), Brian Walsh (clarinet), Sara Andon (flute), Nick Terry (percussion), and Robert Lebow (cello). KPFK says, “Brightwork newmusic takes no prisoners, and leaves no listeners behind. Catch them…if you can.”

Program

Adam Borecki: Study for Clarinet and Imaginary Pianos (2013)

Brian Walsh, clarinets

Tom Flaherty: Looking for Answers (2011)

Tereza Stanislav, violin
Maggie Parkins, cello
Aron Kallay, piano

Daniel Rothman: Fool Wind (1997)

Joe Thel, oboe
Alma Lisa Fernandez, violist
Aron Kallay, piano
Nick Terry, percussion - on sabbatical for 2019/20 season
Andreas Levisianos, conductor
Isaac Schankler

Nicholas Deyoe: Grey Oval Smoke (2013)

Brian Head, guitar
Nick Terry, percussion - on sabbatical for 2019/20 season

Scott Worthington: A Different Infinitenes (2013)

Brian Walsh, clarinets
Aaron Smith, trumpet
Matt Barbier, trombone
Ian Walker, baritone, vocalist

Bill Alves: The Question Mark's Black Ink (1986)

Nick Terry, percussion - on sabbatical for 2019/20 season
Aron Kallay, piano

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May 1, 2015
8:00 pm

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May 1, 2015
8:00 pm

On Friday, May 1st, for the second year in a row PIE will collaborate with the Hear Now Festival of New Music by Los Angeles Composers, with a concert showcasing the very best works selected from a call for scores. This year, PIE and Hear Now are partnering with Brightwork newmusic, a new music sextet consisting of a flexible and fearless group of world-class musicians: flutist Sara Andon, pianist Aron Kallay, cellist Roger Lebow, violinist Tereza Stanislav, pianist Nick Terry, and clarinetist Brian Walsh.

After a successful collaboration with the Hear Now Music Festival in 2014, this year PIE will once more bring an evening of electrifying new music to the scene. Hear Now annually features contemporary Los Angeles composers, and PIE is proud to showcase the music of composers venturing in the waves of the electroacoustic genre. This will be an event and collaboration not to be missed.

For the 2015 edition of this collaboration, this concert will feature Brightwork newmusic, a new music sextet based in Los Angeles, with a flexible and fearless group of world-class musicians: Aron Kallay (piano), Tereza Stanislav (violin), Brian Walsh (clarinet), Sara Andon (flute), Nick Terry (percussion), and Robert Lebow (cello). KPFK says, “Brightwork newmusic takes no prisoners, and leaves no listeners behind. Catch them…if you can.”

Program

Adam Borecki: Study for Clarinet and Imaginary Pianos (2013)

Brian Walsh, clarinets

Tom Flaherty: Looking for Answers (2011)

Tereza Stanislav, violin
Maggie Parkins, cello
Aron Kallay, piano

Daniel Rothman: Fool Wind (1997)

Joe Thel, oboe
Alma Lisa Fernandez, violist
Aron Kallay, piano
Nick Terry, percussion - on sabbatical for 2019/20 season
Andreas Levisianos, conductor
Isaac Schankler

Nicholas Deyoe: Grey Oval Smoke (2013)

Brian Head, guitar
Nick Terry, percussion - on sabbatical for 2019/20 season

Scott Worthington: A Different Infinitenes (2013)

Brian Walsh, clarinets
Aaron Smith, trumpet
Matt Barbier, trombone
Ian Walker, baritone, vocalist

Bill Alves: The Question Mark's Black Ink (1986)

Nick Terry, percussion - on sabbatical for 2019/20 season
Aron Kallay, piano