NC Symphony Presents Strings at Kings - March 3, 2016

Thursday, March 3

Doors open 8pm|  Concert at 9pm

Kings, Raleigh

Maria Meyer, violin
Erin Zehngut, violin
Samuel Gold, viola
David Meyer, cello

John Luther Adams: Wind in High Places
Crumb: Cello Sonata
Lutoslawski: Bucolics
Prokofiev: Sonata for 2 Violins

NCS Cellist David Meyer is your host for this hour-long special event at Kings. Listen to "Wind in High Places," a meditation from the Alaskan wilderness.

Cover: $8 advance, $11 door




Upcoming Concerts in February 19, 2016

FEBRUARY 19, 2016

Friday, February 19, 2016 8:00 PM - 10:00 PM|  Lang Concert Hall, Lang Music

The Yellow Moon of Andalusia (2012)
A Cycle of Six Poems by Federico Garcia Lorca
for Mezzo-Soprano and Amplified Piano

Eine kleine Mitternachtmusik (2001)
Ruminations on 'Round Midnight by Thelonious Monk
for Amplified Piano

Yesteryear (2005, revised 2013)
A vocalise for Mezzo-Soprano, Amplified Piano and Percussion (2 players)

February 19, 2016

1726 Locust - Field Concert Hall at 8:00 PM|  FREE, no tickets required

Crumb: Federico's Little Songs for Children
Alize Rozsnyai, soprano
Emma Resmini, flute
Héloïse Carlean-Jones, harp

Upcoming George Crumb Concert

November 5, 2014, 8:00 pm: A Little Suite for Christmas, A. D. 1979, by George Crumb
James Primosch, piano
Penn Contemporary Music
Rose Recital Hall
Fisher-Bennett Hall
University of Pennsylvania
Philadelphia, PA
(program will also include Richard Wernick's Piano Trio Nr. 1, and Black Angels by Crumb, with the Daedalus Quartet. Concert is offered in honor of Crumb's 85th birthday and Wernick's 80th.)

University of Pennsylvania Website with Event Listing


First post!

Welcome to the new official George Crumb website. The site is still a work in progress, but we're hoping to bring it new functionality above and beyond what was in the previous site. Among other features, I'm hoping to fill in the video and photo sections with more interviews and sound of George's music. Thanks for visiting, and I hope you find the site informative and entertaining!

-Rob Starobin