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New Sounds Live Concerts at the World Financial Center, Fall 2003

<strong>The Chilingirian String Quartet, 10/23/03.</strong>
The Chilingirian String Quartet, 10/23/03. ( WNYC/Irene Trudel )
<strong>Members of The Chilingirian String Quartet discuss the Tavener commission, while a sound technician hovers, 10/23/03. </strong>
Members of The Chilingirian String Quartet discuss the Tavener commission, while a sound technician hovers, 10/23/03. ( WNYC/Irene Trudel )
<strong>Members of The Chilingirian String Quartet perform Sir John Tavener's "The Bridegroom," 10/23/03.</strong>
Members of The Chilingirian String Quartet perform Sir John Tavener's "The Bridegroom," 10/23/03. ( WNYC/Irene Trudel )
<strong>WNYC engineers Ed Haber and George Wellington, 10/23/03.</strong>
WNYC engineers Ed Haber and George Wellington, 10/23/03. ( WNYC/Irene Trudel )
<strong>Anonymous 4 and the Chilingirian String Quartet rehearse the Tavener work "The Bridegroom," 10/23/03.</strong>
Anonymous 4 and the Chilingirian String Quartet rehearse the Tavener work "The Bridegroom," 10/23/03. ( WNYC/Irene Trudel )
<strong>WNYC engineer George Wellington relaxes before the concert, 10/23/03.</strong>
WNYC engineer George Wellington relaxes before the concert, 10/23/03. ( WNYC/Irene Trudel )
<strong>Chilingirian violist Susie Mészáros warms up backstage, 10/23/03.</strong>
Chilingirian violist Susie Mészáros warms up backstage, 10/23/03. ( WNYC/Irene Trudel )
<strong>Members of the Chilingirian String Quartet about to go on stage, 10/23/03.</strong>
Members of the Chilingirian String Quartet about to go on stage, 10/23/03. ( WNYC/Irene Trudel )
<strong>Anonymous 4</strong>
Anonymous 4 ( Christian Steiner )
<strong>Late-day sun as seen from the World Financial Center's Wintergarden, 11/20/03.</strong>
Late-day sun as seen from the World Financial Center's Wintergarden, 11/20/03. ( WNYC/Irene Trudel )
<strong>WNYC engineers Jennifer Munson and Ed Haber, 11/20/03.</strong>
WNYC engineers Jennifer Munson and Ed Haber, 11/20/03. ( WNYC/Irene Trudel )
<strong>Percussionist Steven Schick performs a section of John Luther Adams'  "The Mathematics of Resonant Bodies," 11/20/03. </strong>
Percussionist Steven Schick performs a section of John Luther Adams' "The Mathematics of Resonant Bodies," 11/20/03. ( WNYC/Irene Trudel )
<strong>WNYC Senior Concert Engineer Edward Haber and the gear, 11/20/03.</strong>
WNYC Senior Concert Engineer Edward Haber and the gear, 11/20/03. ( WNYC/Irene Trudel )
<strong>Percussionist Steven Schick performs a snare drum section of John Luther Adams'  "The Mathematics of Resonant Bodies,"  11/20/03.</strong>
Percussionist Steven Schick performs a snare drum section of John Luther Adams' "The Mathematics of Resonant Bodies," 11/20/03. ( WNYC/Irene Trudel )
<strong>Percussionist Steven Schick (with psychedelic coloring) performs on air raid siren, from a section of John Luther Adams'  "The Mathematics of Resonant Bodies," 11/20/03.</strong>
Percussionist Steven Schick (with psychedelic coloring) performs on air raid siren, from a section of John Luther Adams' "The Mathematics of Resonant Bodies," 11/20/03. ( WNYC/Irene Trudel )
<strong>Late-day sun as seen from the World Financial Center, 11/20/03.</strong>
Late-day sun as seen from the World Financial Center, 11/20/03. ( WNYC/Irene Trudel )
<strong>  Composer Aaron Jay Kernis rehearses the ensemble Alarm Will Sound for the World Premiere of his Concerto for Toy Piano and Chamber Orchestra, 12/9/03.</strong>
Composer Aaron Jay Kernis rehearses the ensemble Alarm Will Sound for the World Premiere of his Concerto for Toy Piano and Chamber Orchestra, 12/9/03. ( WNYC/Irene Trudel )
<strong>Composer Aaron Jay Kernis and WNYC engineer Irene Trudel, 12/9/03.</strong>
Composer Aaron Jay Kernis and WNYC engineer Irene Trudel, 12/9/03. ( WNYC/George Wellington )
<strong>Far left: Senior Concert Engineer Ed Haber sets up the microphone on the toy piano, 12/9/03.</strong>
Far left: Senior Concert Engineer Ed Haber sets up the microphone on the toy piano, 12/9/03. ( WNYC/Irene Trudel )
--- <strong>Members of Alarm Will Sound in rehearsal, 12/9/03. </strong>
--- Members of Alarm Will Sound in rehearsal, 12/9/03. ( WNYC/Irene Trudel )
<strong>WNYC's Ed Haber outfits soloist Margaret Leng Tan with a wireless microphone for her entrance from the back of the Winter Garden, 12/9/03.</strong>
WNYC's Ed Haber outfits soloist Margaret Leng Tan with a wireless microphone for her entrance from the back of the Winter Garden, 12/9/03. ( WNYC/Irene Trudel )
<strong>Members of Alarm Will Sound in rehearsal, 12/9/03.</strong>
Members of Alarm Will Sound in rehearsal, 12/9/03. ( WNYC/Irene Trudel )
<strong>A piano's insides and members of Alarm Will Sound in rehearsal, 12/9/03.</strong>
A piano's insides and members of Alarm Will Sound in rehearsal, 12/9/03. ( WNYC/Irene Trudel )
<strong>WNYC engineer Irene Trudel and the equipment, 12/9/03.</strong>
WNYC engineer Irene Trudel and the equipment, 12/9/03. ( WNYC/George Wellington )
<strong>Members of Alarm Will Sound in rehearsal, 12/9/03.</strong>
Members of Alarm Will Sound in rehearsal, 12/9/03. ( WNYC/Irene Trudel )
<strong>Pianist Margaret Leng Tan with an array of noisemakers strapped to her, 12/9/03.</strong>
Pianist Margaret Leng Tan with an array of noisemakers strapped to her, 12/9/03. ( WNYC/Irene Trudel )
<strong>Aaron Jay Kernis (L) runs the piece, while engineer Ed Haber (R) checks microphone placement, 12/9/03.</strong>
Aaron Jay Kernis (L) runs the piece, while engineer Ed Haber (R) checks microphone placement, 12/9/03. ( WNYC/Irene Trudel )
<strong>Soloist Margaret Leng Tan, resplendent in purple and magenta, 12/9/03.</strong>
Soloist Margaret Leng Tan, resplendent in purple and magenta, 12/9/03. ( WNYC/Irene Trudel )
<strong>Margaret Leng Tan (center, in purple) looks over the score with Aaron Jay Kernis as Alarm Will Sound sets up, 12/9/03.</strong>
Margaret Leng Tan (center, in purple) looks over the score with Aaron Jay Kernis as Alarm Will Sound sets up, 12/9/03. ( WNYC/Irene Trudel )
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