Curtis Macomber, violin
André Emelianoff, cello
Patricia Spencer, flute
Meighan Stoops, clarinet
Blair McMillen, piano
"The performance . . . could not have been more gripping." Allan Kozinn,
The New York Times
Join Da Capo for Philadelphia Story: an acoustic tour through the city of musical independence and brotherly love.
Guest artists: James Baker, conductor, Matthew Gold, percussion
*Written for the Da Capo Chamber Players
Da Capo treasures the memory of three decades of wonderful collaborations with George Perle, offering this program of works he wrote for the group plus works by colleagues and kindred musical spirits.
Celebrating George Perle will also be presented on January 24, 8pm, Princeton University, Taplin Auditorium. Admission free. For more info (609) 258-6842.
Danmari Ltd. presents
Da Capo’s celebrated collaboration with the Yass Hakoshima Movement Theatre
Choreography by Yass Hakoshima
Featuring Yass Hakoshima with Whitney V. Hunter
Ticket information: http://www.yasshakoshima.com/
Building around Donald Martino's Pulitzer Prize-winning "Notturno," Da Capo explores musical atmospheres created by works invoking sleep, darkness, or nighttime. Three exciting new pieces have been commissioned for the occasion.
* World premiere **World premiere, ensemble version
Lucy Shelton, soprano
Matthew Gold percussion
Michael Adelson conductor
January 24, 2010 – Princeton University
February 10, 2010 – Penn State University
March 6, 2010 – Arts and Technology Symposium, Connecticut College
March 23–24, 2010 – University of Nevada at Las Vegas
Pre-concert gallery tour, East Meets West. 6:45 pm
Enjoy a full evening of music by Chinary Ung, the first American composer to win the prestigious Grawemeyer Award. Born in Cambodia, Chinary Ung has written works for the Philadelphia Orchestra, the Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra, and the Santa Fe Summer Music Festival. Guest artists Lucy Shelton, soprano; William Anderson, guitar; Matthew Gold and Alex Lipowski, percussion; and conductor Michael Adelson join the Da Capo Chamber Players, whose new CD of music by Chinary Ung is scheduled for release this spring. Presented in conjunction with Gods of Angkor.
Some dates subject to change
Ttour engagements feature readings of student compositions, coaching, panel discussions, and lecture demonstrations.