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The Crossing: Month of Moderns III

Location: Pennsylvania, USA
Choir type: Professional Choirs
Voicing: Mixed
The Crossing
Donald Nally, conductor

Month of Moderns III
Sunday, June 26 4PM
with Scott Dettra, organ
The Presbyterian Church of Chestnut Hill - Philadelphia

Tickets and information at www.crossingchoir.com
 
?riks Ešenvalds: Seneca's Zodiac - world premiere
      Eriks will be at the concert - come and meet him at the reception following!

Maija Einfelde: At the edge of the Earth
Peter Vasks: M?te saule
Tarik O'Regan: I saw him standing
Gabrial Jackson: Lux mortuorum: crystal points tug on million year filaments

Month of Moderns III, Sunday, June 26, brings us two major Latvian composers: ?riks Ešenvalds, with his first American world premiere - for Seneca Sounds - and Maija Einfelde, whose At the edge of the Earth (Pie zemes t?l?s) (1996) reaches back farther into ancient drama with texts from Prometheus Bound (attributed to Aeschylus, c.500 BCE).  Gabriel Jackson: Lux mortuorum: Crystal points tug on million year filaments (1995) is a small masterwork from his ongoing collaboration with poet Richard George Elliot in which they grapple with bereavement.  It finalizes our thorough introduction and investigation of Jackson's work throughout the Month of Moderns 2011. Completing this evening of thoughts and thoughtfulness is English composer Tarik O'Regan's I saw him standing (2003), making the connection between Seneca and Christ, featuring resident organist Scott Dettra.
 
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