Magellan Modern

Saturday, April 20th, 2013 - 7:30 pm


Talea, called a “vital part of the New York contemporary-classical scene” by The New York Times, performs works by young composers from six countries culled from the more than 600 submissions to our annual call for scores. Evan Antonellis’s MATA commission sets the stage with a poetic series of miniature journeys for ensemble. David Fennessy takes us on a journey of memory, inspired by the “Thirteen Factories of Canton.” Taylor Brook presents a memory of the summer morning on the lake of Schoenberg’s “Farben.” The remaining journeys are more internal: Milica Djordjevic’s moves into the subconscious, while Hugo Morales continues the inward motion, releasing the sounds inherent in objects. Mauro Lanza allows those objects to move on their own and settle, as ashes, into shapes.

David Fennessy: 13 Factories
Taylor Brook: Against the Morning
Milica Djordjevic: Manje te u majke groze [One Less Horror for your Mother] (with soprano Jamie Jordan)
Mauro Lanza: Aschenblum
Evan Antonellis: Transparent Itineraries (World Premiere MATA commission)
Hugo Morales Murguia: Tonewood

509 Atlantic Avenue
Brooklyn, NY
7:30 PM

$20 General Admission
$10 Students (at door with ID)
$100 Festival Pass (entry to all events)
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