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Richard Einhorn

New Sounds

Choral Works With Strings

Sunday, June 08, 2014

This New Sounds brings choral works with instrumental accompaniment, featuring music by Michael Gandolfi, Aulis Sallinen and Phil Kline all with string quartet.  Plus, music by Richard Einhorn, Philip Glass, and recent Grammy-winner, Eric Whitacre.  And more.

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Mixtapes

Adams to Zappa with Richard Einhorn

Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Alongside concert works like Voices of Light: The Passion of Joan of Arc, Richard Einhorn's credits include scores for Emmy and Academy Award winning films. Hear his Mixtape.

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New Sounds

Choral Works With Strings

Tuesday, May 28, 2013

This New Sounds brings choral works with instrumental accompaniment, featuring music by Michael Gandolfi, Aulis Sallinen and Phil Kline all with string quartet.  Plus, music by Richard Einhorn, Philip Glass, and recent Grammy-winner, Eric Whitacre.  And more.

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Mixtapes

Adams to Zappa with Richard Einhorn

Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Alongside concert works like Voices of Light: The Passion of Joan of Arc, Richard Einhorn's credits include scores for Emmy and Academy Award winning films. Hear his Mixtape.

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New Sounds

Choral Works With Strings

Wednesday, February 15, 2012

This New Sounds brings choral works with instrumental accompaniment, featuring music by Michael Gandolfi, Aulis Sallinen and Phil Kline all with string quartet.  Plus, music by Richard Einhorn, Philip Glass, and recent Grammy-winner, Eric Whitacre.  And more.

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New Sounds

WNYC Commissions

Sunday, January 15, 2012

For this New Sounds, we'll hear the early music vocal group Anonymous 4 performing works commissioned by WNYC by both Richard Einhorn and Steve Reich.  Richard Einhorn’s “A Carnival of Miracles,” an exploration of different kinds of freedoms - religious, scientific, artistic, cultural, sexual, and political - was composed for A4 and 2 cellos.  The title refers to the medieval idea of Carnival, a time when the social order is ritually upended and all is allowed.

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New Sounds

WNYC Commissions

Wednesday, December 29, 2010

For this New Sounds, we'll hear the early music vocal group Anonymous 4 performing works commissioned by WNYC by both Richard Einhorn and Steve Reich.  Richard Einhorn’s “A Carnival of Miracles,” an exploration of different kinds of freedoms - religious, scientific, artistic, cultural, sexual, and political - was composed for A4 and 2 cellos.  The title refers to the medieval idea of Carnival, a time when the social order is ritually upended and all is allowed. 

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