Date & Time
Friday, March 4, 2022
$20 | Students Free
Critically acclaimed conductor Timothy Weiss “is at the epicenter of a contemporary music hurricane” (I Care If You Listen). Weiss combines forces with the Center’s resident Grossman Ensemble to present a concert of world premieres. The program includes four new works by composers Eric Nathan, Ingrid Laubrock, Daniel Pesca (pianist of the Grossman Ensemble), and the Center’s Postdoctoral Researcher Felipe Tovar-Henao.
World premieres by Daniel Pesca, Eric Nathan, Ingrid Laubrock, and 2021-22 Postdoctoral Researcher Felipe Tovar-Henao
Presented in partnership with the Chicago Center for Contemporary Composition.
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