Film, Video Ensemble Signal Concert

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Title
Ensemble Signal Concert
Summary
Ensemble Signal, conducted by Brad Lubman, performs the music of Steve Reich in a program presented in collaboration with Washington Performing Arts. The composer was present and a participant in his "Clapping Music," and the program includes a performance of "Runner," which was co-commissioned by Washington Performing Arts, Royal Opera House Covent Garden, Ensemble Signal through a generous grant by New Music USA;, Cal Performances, University of California at Berkeley, and Ensemble Modern, with the support of the Library of Congress Dina Koston and Roger Shapiro Fund. Program: Music of Steve Reich"Clapping Music": Steve Reich & Brad Lubman [:34]Quartet: Bill Solomon & Doug Perkins, vibraphone; David Friend & Oliver Hagen, piano [4:40]"Runner": Kelli Kathman & Jessica Schmitz, flute; Jackie LeClair & Christa Robinson, oboe; Adrían Sandí & Ken Thomson, clarinet; Doug Perkins & Bill Solomon, vibraphone; David Friend & Oliver Hagen, piano; Courtney Orlando, Olivia De Prato, Ari Streisfeld & Lauren Cauley, violin; Victor Lowrie & Isabel Hagen, viola; Lauren Radnofsky & Mariel Roberts, cello; Greg Chudzik, double bass [24:02]"Pulse": Kelli Kathman & Jessica Schmitz, flute; Adrían Sandí & Ken Thomson, clarinet; David Friend, piano; Courtney Orlando, Olivia De Prato, Ari Streisfeld & Lauren Cauley, violin; Victor Lowrie & Isabel Hagen, viola; Greg Chudzik, electric bass [42:15]"Double Sextet": Sextet 1: Kelli Kathman, flute; Adrían Sandí, clarinet; Bill Solomon, vibes; David Friend, piano; Courtney Orlando, violin; Lauren Radnofsky, cello. Sextet 2: Jessica Schmitz, flute; Ken Thomson, clarinet; Doug Perkins, vibes; Oliver Hagen, piano; Olivia De Prato, violin; Mariel Roberts, cello [59:08]
Event Date
October 18, 2017
Related Resources
Music & Performing Arts at the Library of Congress: https://www.loc.gov/rr/perform/
Running Time
1 hours, 23 minutes, 12 seconds
Language
English
Online Format
video
image

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