Archive for Month: April 2011

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Chamber Musician Today reviews Hilos

Gabriela Lena Frank’s work often draws on her multicultural heritage, with an emphasis on Latin American idioms. She is one of the most innovative and prolific composers of her generation. Her music has been commissioned and performed by a wide range of artists, including the Kronos Quartet, pipa virtuoso Wu […]

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Spring Concert Non-Profit Partner-At-A-Glance

Here’s a spotlight on our spring concert’s non-profit partner, The Charles Davis Foundation, which provides programs that enhance the quality of life for thousands of residents of Nashville’s most impoverished areas. The organization will receive 100 percent of proceeds from our winter concert.

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ClassicsToday.com review of GABRIELA LENA FRANK Hilos (Threads); Danza da Saqsampillos; Adagio para AmantanĂ­; Quijotadas

ClassicsToday.com review of GABRIELA LENA FRANK Hilos (Threads); Danza da Saqsampillos; Adagio para AmantanĂ­; Quijotadas Gabriela Lena Frank is the real deal: a modern composer with a personal style, one that manages to integrate a wide range of sounds and performing techniques into a cohesive language that unapologetically includes melody […]

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ALIAS Spring Concert lineup

Join us for the Spring Concert, which includes a series of very unusual vocal works followed by pieces by two composers from the Prokofiev family. ALIAS will present two works by venerated composer Sergei Prokofiev, followed by a string quartet by his up-and-coming grandson, Gabriel Prokofiev….