The Modern Music Ensemble (aka Inverted Space), a School of Music student ensemble devoted to presenting the music of our time, performs a program of works by Elliott Carter, Tristan Murail, Giacinto Scelsi, and Arnold Schoenberg.
Winter Fragments (2000): Tristan Murail (1947-)
for flute, clarinet, violin, cello, piano, and electronics
Daria Binkowski, flute; Leslie Edwards, clarinet; Luke Fitzpatrick, violin;
Sonja Myklebust, cello; Brooks Tran, piano; Anna Stachurska, MIDI keyboard;
Marcin Paczkowski, conductor; Yigit Kolat, electronics
Double Trio (2011) (West Coast Premiere): Elliott Carter (1908-2012)
for trumpet, trombone, percussion, piano, violin, and cello
David Sloan, trumpet; Steve Harreld, trombone; Allion Salvador, violin; Melanie Voytovich, percussion; Elizabeth Yao, piano; Marcin Paczkowski, conductor
Anahit (1965): Giacinto Scelsi (1905-1988)
for solo violin and 18 musicians
Luke Fitzpatrick, solo violin; Marcin Paczkowski, conductor
Natalie Ham, Colleen McElroy, Elizabeth Jolly (flute); Leslie Edwards, Mark Bradley (clarinet); Jordan Dusek (English horn); Greg Sinibaldi (tenor saxophone); Nicole Herreld (trumpet); Steve Herreld, Jon Wilson (trombone); Jenn Glenn, Kim Rivera (viola); Peter Ellis, Alec Duggan (cello); Adrian Swan, TBA (basses)
Pierrot Lunaire (1912): Arnold Schoenberg (1874-1951)
for flute, clarinet, violin/viola, cello, piano and voice
Sarah Kolat, voice; Daria Binkowski, flute; Mark Bradley, clarinet; Luke Fitzpatrick, violin; Sonja Myklebust, cello; Brooks Tran, piano
ARTIST BIO: Modern Music Ensemble (aka Inverted Space)
The University of Washington Modern Music Ensemble ("Inverted Space") presents the works of our time in several concerts each year. Including repertoire from the early to mid-20th century and beyond, the group focuses on small ensemble and chamber orchestra works, performed by both undergraduate and graduate students.
SERIES BACKGROUND: Music of Today
The University of Washington School of Music and The Center for Digital Arts
and Experimental Media (DXARTS) co-sponsor this series spotlighting forward-
thinking works by faculty and student performers and composers and acclaimed performers from around the world.