Scott Marks noon, Aug. 24
Palimpsest: The Music of Elliott Carter
Palimpsest, the UCSD music department's graduate performance ensemble, celebrates the music of Elliott Carter, who died November 5, 2012, at the age of 103. Curated by Aleck Karis, conducted by Donald Palma, and featuring soprano soloists Alice Teyssier and Tiffany DuMouchelle, the program includes Carter's Double Trio, Triple Duo, Hiyoku, and A Mirror on Which to Dwell, as well as UC San Diego composer Rand Steiger's Elliott's Instruments and the world premiere premiere of Stephen Lewis' Colla Voce.
Musicians are Leah Asher (violin), Judith Hamann (violincello), Calvin Price (trumpet), Eric Starr (trombone), Kyle Blair (piano), Leah Bowden (percussion), Batya MacAdam-Somer (violin), Rachel Beetz (flute), Curt Miller (clarinet), Jonathan Hepfer (percussion), Samuel Dunscombe (clarinet), Christine Tavolacci (flute), Jonathan Davis (oboe), Todd Moellenberg (piano), Ryan Nestor (percussion), Jennifer Bewerse (cello), and Scott Worthington (bass).
Through the generosity of Dean Seth Lerer, this event is free to the UCSD Community.
- When: Wednesday, May 22, 2013, 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.
- Cost: Free