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Peaceable Kingdom by Ingram Marshall featured at New Music New Haven
Plus new music by seven other Yale composers
The Yale School of Music presents a New Music New Haven concert with featured faculty composer Ingram Marshall on Tuesday, December 16 at 8 pm in Morse Recital Hall in Sprague Memorial Hall (470 College St at Wall St). The program will feature Marshall’s Peaceable Kingdom conducted by Julian Pellicano, a conducting fellow at the School of Music. The program also includes new works for a broad variety of of instruments by Yale graduate composers, including Timo Andres, Home Stretch (a piano concerto); Feinan Wang, Flowing Clock for string quartet; Richard Harrold, Clarinet Quartet; Sam Adams: Aves Nostradamus for violin and piano; a solo violin work by Polina Nazaykinskaya; and Naftali Schindler’s Le Tombeau de…. Ezra Laderman, a member of the composition faculty, is artistic director of New Music New Haven.
The concert is free and open to the public. For more information, visit the Yale School of Music website, www.yale.edu/music or call 203 432-4158.
Ingram Marshall, composer, studied at Columbia University and California Institute of the Arts, where he received an M.F.A., and has been a student of Indonesian gamelan music, the influence of which may be heard in the slowed-down sense of time and use of melodic repetition found in many of his pieces. In recent years he has concentrated on music combining tape and electronic processing with ensembles and soloists. His music has been performed by ensembles and orchestras such as the Theater of Voices, Kronos Quartet, Bang on a Can All-Stars, Los Angeles Philharmonic, San Francisco Symphony, St. Louis Symphony, and American Composers Orchestra. He has received awards from the National Endowment for the Arts, Rockefeller Foundation, Fromm Foundation, Guggenheim Foundation, and the American Academy of Arts and Letters.