How About Now

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Friday, March 06, 2009

We hear Nico Muhly's chamber work for the Now Ensemble, "How About Now" — which begins tentatively but soon morphs into a dancelike melange that bears a salutatory resemblance to the music of Steve Reich. Also, the Borodin String Quartet essay Schubert's Quartettsatz, and master of the bandoneón Dino Saluzzi teams up with the Rosamunde Quartet for his own "Cruz del Sur."

Also Featured Tonight:

Heitor Villa-Lobos / Guitar Concerto
Paul Lansky / Semi-Suite
David Balakrishnan / Mara's Garden of False Delights
Erik Lindgren / Baroque-A-Go-Go
Virgil Thomson / Northeastern Suite
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Comments [1]

Alan Powitz

Hi Everyone!

My wonderful friend, Daisy Jopling, is giving a concert on Thursday, March 12th, in New York City. She is an amazing violin virtuoso who is blending classical music with contemporary rhythms, and will be accompanied by an extraordinary drummer, Daru Jones. This concert is supporting the release of her new CD “Key to the Classics" (available at This is going to be a spectacular performance! Come if you can!

kids under 18 free

View excerpts from the "KEY TO THE CLASSICS" CD release party:

Daisy's Official Website, and to contact her:

Mar. 06 2009 03:12 PM

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