Music at Memorial - Feb. 11 Waterways

Feb. 11 Waterways: Join Trinitas Chamber Ensemble (Michelle Cheramy, flute, Nathan Cook, cello and Philip Roberts, piano) on a journey of the mind and soul through Waterways. In a musical arc inspired by the Odyssey, works by George Crumb, Ravel, Hack Heggie and others immerse listeners in a world of intimate discovery. Featuring the world premiere of a new trio by Memorial alumnus Andrew Noseworthy.

  • Ticket prices: $20 (general)/$15 (students & seniors) unless otherwise indicated.
  • Concert pass: any 10 admissions for $120 general/$80 (students & seniors) or any 5 admissions for $75 general/$60 (students & seniors).
  • All concerts take place in the D.F. Cook Recital Hall at 8 p.m. unless otherwise indicated.
  • Tickets on sale at the door, and at TicketPro (web:,  phone: 1-888-311-9090, and at the Jack Byrne Arena on Torbay Road).

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North Carolina Museum of Art - Sunday, January 22, 2017 | 3 pm

Sights and Sounds on Sundays: Amphion Percussion

SECU Auditorium, East Building

Sean Connors and Peter Zlotnick, the masterminds of Amphion Percussion, explore the repertoire of 20th-century composers such as George Crumb, György Ligeti, Morton Feldman, and Steve Reich on percussive instruments including marimba, vibraphone, drums, wood blocks, and even tuned glass bottles of water. They premiere works written for them by emerging composers as well as their own original compositions and improvisations, and occasionally work from transcriptions of the popular music of Radiohead, the Bad Plus, and Regina Spektor.

For their NCMA concert, Connors and Zlotnick draw from the work of Ligeti, Missy Mazzoli, and John Mayrose.

Experience the sights before the sounds. Docent-led tours tailored to music lovers link art in the Museum to that day's chamber music performance. Make a reservation to join the 1:45 pm preconcert tour online or by calling the Box Office, (919) 715-5923, at least one week in advance.


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Matthias Pintscher on January 21, 2017




George CRUMB            
Federico’s Little Songs for Children
for soprano, flute and harp

Matthias PINTSCHER        
Monumento V for eight voices and orchestra
French Premiere

Beat FURRER        
lotófagos I for soprano and double bass

Franck BEDROSSIAN        
We met as Sparks for flute, bass, clarinet, double bass, alto and violoncello
French premiere

Vito ŽURAJ                
for soprano and ensemble
world premiere of the new version, commissioned by the Ensemble intercontemporain

Doleur me bat

Fragments d’Ausiàs March
for five voices and orchestra
world premiere of the new version, commissioned by the Ensemble intercontemporain

Plusieurs regretz

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