Concerts

All concerts start at 8pm in Jordan Hall, unless otherwise noted. Evening concerts run Sunday through Friday, daytime concerts run Monday through Friday, and the Iditarod takes place on the last Saturday of SICPP.

Sunday, June 17th

Stephen Drury, piano & faculty soloists | 8pm
  • George Crumb: Makrokosmos vol. I (1972)
  • Michael van der Aa: Transit for piano and video (2009)
    • Stephen Drury, piano
  • John Mallia: Husk, with aura (2015)
    • Scott Deal, percussion
    • John Mallia, electronics
  • Mathew Rosenblum: Words/Echoes (2005)
    • Stuart Gerber, percussion
  • Roman Haubenstock-Ramati: Liaisons (1958) for two percussionists

 

Monday, June 18th

Allen Otte, Guest Artist Recital | 8pm
  • Herbert Brun: Touch and Go (Herbert Brun, computer graphic, 1967)
  • Herbert Brun: on stilts among ducks (1997)
  • Frederic Rzewski: The Fall of the Empire (2007)

 

Tuesday, June 19th

Brown Hall | Callithumpian Consort | 8pm
  • Karlheinz Stockhausen: Originale (1961)

 

Wednesday, June 20th

Callithumpian Consort | 8pm
  • Julian Anderson: Van Gogh Blue (2015)
  • Julian Anderson: Book of Hours (2004)
  • Marti Epstein: Troubled Queen (2011, Callithumpian Consort commission)
  • Thomas Adès: Arcadiana (1994) for string quartet

 

Thursday, June 21st

SICPP Faculty & Mark Menzies, Guest Artist | 8pm
  • Julian Anderson: String Quartet No. 2 “300 Weinachtslieder” (2014)
  • Julian Anderson: Tombeau (2017, Callithumpian Consort co-commission)
  • Julian Anderson: Seadrift (1993)
    • Jennifer Ashe, voice
    • Christina Wright-Ivanova, piano
  • Erik Ulman: Study for Eurydice (2009-2010)
  • Andrew Tholl: my memories are never an accurate representation (2008)
  • Nicholas Deyoe: vln (2011)
  • Mark Menzies: glad allemandes
    • Mark Menzies, violin

 

Friday, June 22nd

Faculty & Callithumpian Consort Soloists | 8pm
  • Julian Anderson: The Bearded Lady (1994)
  • Julian Anderson: Another Prayer (2012)
  • Julian Anderson: Capriccio (2017)
  • Roger Reynolds: Études for piano – No. 2 Alternation, No. 4 Mercurial (2010-2011)
  • Nicholas Paul Vines: Terraformation (1999)
  • Alvin Lucier: After, for two pianos (2018, PREMIERE)

 

Saturday, June 23rd

Iditarod marathon concert | Brown Hall

***** NEW FOR 2018: START TIME AT 2:00pm *****

 


Concert info is also available on New England Conservatory’s website:

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Past SICPP Concerts

See a list of repertoire performed on past SICPP Iditarods.

Evening concert repertoire, featuring Guest Artists, Faculty, and the Callithumpian Consort: