VLN and Vla, Featuring Malcolm Goldstein at RedCat

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Add to Calendar 2013-05-06 2013-05-06 35 VLN and Vla, Featuring Malcolm Goldstein at RedCat VLN AND VLA, FEATURING MALCOLM GOLDSTEIN
Monday, May 6 at 7:00pm
http://www.redcat.org/event/vln-and-vla

In an epic concert of music for solo, ensemble and concerto violin and viola, internationally acclaimed string musicians perform an array of new, recent and older works. Malcolm Goldstein, whose sounding improvisations have received accolades worldwide for extending the range of the violin’s tonal qualities and sound textures, reveals new dimensions of expressivity in a solo performance. Also on the program are celebrated CalArts viola and violin faculty Lorenz Gamma and Mark Menzies, as well as composer-to-watch Andrew Tholl, whose new concerto includes parts composed for turntable. The evening features music by Witold Lutoslawski, Heinrich Biber, Luciano Berio, and CalArts alumni and recent Gaudeaumus competition-winner Andrew McIntosh.

WHERE:
REDCAT
631 West Second Street
Downtown Los Angeles 90012
In the Walt Disney Concert Hall complex

Tickets:
$20 General Admission
$16 REDCAT Members and Students
$10 Calarts Students/Faculty/Staff
Purchase tickets at the box office: (213) 237-2800
Or online at www.redcat.org
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Where

RedCat
Walt Disney Concert Hall
Los Angeles, CA
213-237-2800

When

Mon, May 6, 2013
7:00 am

Tickets

$20

Musicians

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VLN AND VLA, FEATURING MALCOLM GOLDSTEIN
Monday, May 6 at 7:00pm
http://www.redcat.org/event/vln-and-vla

In an epic concert of music for solo, ensemble and concerto violin and viola, internationally acclaimed string musicians perform an array of new, recent and older works. Malcolm Goldstein, whose sounding improvisations have received accolades worldwide for extending the range of the violin’s tonal qualities and sound textures, reveals new dimensions of expressivity in a solo performance. Also on the program are celebrated CalArts viola and violin faculty Lorenz Gamma and Mark Menzies, as well as composer-to-watch Andrew Tholl, whose new concerto includes parts composed for turntable. The evening features music by Witold Lutoslawski, Heinrich Biber, Luciano Berio, and CalArts alumni and recent Gaudeaumus competition-winner Andrew McIntosh....
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