MATA’s Greatest Hits

Friday, April 13th, 2018 - 8:00 pm

Past meets present on Friday, April 13th as the 20th MATA Festival presents MATA’s Greatest Hits. The evening will celebrate the festival’s most meaningful pieces, selected by some of those who have shaped MATA’s 20-year history, including Du Yun (artistic director, 2015-2018), Yotam Haber (artistic director, 2011-2015), Missy Mazzoli (executive director, 2007-2010), David T. Little (executive director, 2010-2012) and Lisa Bielawa and Eleonor Sandresky (founders and directors, 1998-2005).   The evening will center around a reconstruction, featuring Sandbox Percussion, of experimental composer Randy Hostetler’s P(l)aces, a work which received its world premiere in MATA’s inaugural season, following the composer’s premature death. Also on the program Bolivian composer Carlos Gutierrez Quiroga’s (MATA 2015) Jintili, will be performed by Face the Music together with members of La Paz’s Orquiestra Experimental de Instrumentos Nativos (OEIN). The program will also feature encores of Australian/Dutch composer Kate Moore’s (MATA 2008) hauntingly beautiful Sensitive Spot, performed by Vicky Chow and Eric Wubbels’s (MATA 2012) vibrantly compelling Viola Quartet (IJVER).

 

Friday, April 13

8PM at the The Kitchen, 512 West 19th Street, NYC
$25

Tickets available at The Kitchen

Carlos Gutierrez Quiroga (Bolivia): Jintili (2012)
Kate Moore (Australia / The Netherlands): Sensitive Spot (2007)
Eric Wubbels (USA): Viola Quartet (IJVER) (2006-7)
Randy Hostetler (USA): P(l)aces (1994)

Sandbox Percussion
Face the Music
Members of the Orquestra Experimental de Instrumentos Nativos
The Friends of MATA
Carl Christian Bettendorf, conductor

with
Vicky Chow, piano
Colin Brookes, Carrie Frey, Sam Kelder, Miranda Sielaff, violas