Concerts

See a list of repertoire performed on past SICPP Iditarods.

See 2016’s evening concert repertoire.


SICPP 2017 EVENING CONCERT SERIES

All concerts start at 8pm, in Jordan Hall (unless otherwise noted)


Sunday, June 18
Helmut Lachenmann: Serynade (1998)
Stephen Drury, piano
György Kurtág: Jozsef Attila Fragments (1981-82)
Jennifer Ashe, soprano
Daniel Felsenfeld: Presidential Address
Jennifer Ashe, soprano; Christina Wright, piano
Peter Garland: Numbnut (2015) – first performance
William Winant, percussion
Jo Kondo: Dandelion-Clock-Work (2008) for two pianos tuned a quarter-tone apart
Stephen Drury, Yukiko Takagi, piano
Georg Friedrich Haas: Hommage à Josef Matthias Hauer, 1982
Stephen Drury, piano

Monday, June 19
Luciano Berio: Naturale
Kim Kashkashian, viola; William Winant, percussion
Scott Deal: Goldstream Variations
Franziska Huhn, harp; Scott Deal, percussion
Georg Friedrich Haas: Phantasien for clarinet and viola
Gleb Kanasevich, clarinet; Samuel Kelder, viola
Nicholas Vines: The Law of the Tongue
Stephanie Skor, Gabriel Boyers, violin; Samuel Kelder, viola; Stephen Marotto, cello
David Fulmer: Only in darkness is thy shadow clear (2017) – first performance
Rand Steiger: Post-truth Lament (2017) – first performance
Stephen Drury, Yukiko Takagi, piano
* Rand Steiger’s and David Fulmer’s works were commissioned by the Tanglewood Music Center and the Callithumpian Consort with additional funding provided by Jeffrey Duryea

Tuesday, June 20 – 8:30pm
Karlheinz Stockhausen: Originale
Stuart Gerber, percussion; Stephen Drury, piano; the Royal Callithumpian Theater players

Wednesday, June 21
Georg Friedrich Haas: tria ex uno (2001)
the Callithumpian Consort
TBA
Jeffrey Means, percussion
Georg Friedrich Haas: Hommage à György Ligeti, 1984
Stephen Drury, piano
Jocelyn Morlock: Corybantic
Corey Hamm, piano


Thursday, June 22
Vinko Globokar: Terres brûlées, ensuite…
Andrew Steinberg, saxophone; Ashley Zhang, piano; Stuart Gerber, percussion
Georg Friedrich Haas: Hommage à Steve Reich, 1982
Stephen Drury, piano
Georg Friedrich Haas: Introduktion und Transsonation (2012)
the Callithumpian Consort
Julian Anderson: String Quartet No. 2 300 Weinachtslieder (2014)
Gabriela Díaz, Lilit Hartunian, violin; Ashleigh Gordon, viola; David Russell, ‘cello

Friday, June 23
Karlheinz Stockhausen: Kontakte (1960)
Stuart Gerber, percussion; Stephen Drury, piano
Georg Friedrich Haas: de terrae fine (2001)
Gabriela Díaz, violin
Georg Friedrich Haas: “aus freier Lust… verbunden…”
the Callithumpian Consort
Charles Ives: Three Quarter-tone Pieces (1923)
Stephen Drury, Yukiko Takagi, piano

Saturday, June 24 — Brown Hall, 4 pm
The Infamous SICPP Iditarod: 8 hours of music prepared by the Performance Fellows
See a list of chamber repertoire performed on past SICPP Iditarods.

 

 

SICPP 2017 DAYTIME CONCERTS

To Be Announced – Stay tuned for Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum lunchtime concerts & percussion concert during the week, plus the Electronic Workshop concert on Friday!