Tuesday, February 14, 2023 8pm
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Moore Musical Arts Center, Bowling Green, OH 43403#bgsucma
The Kronos String Quartet will present a concert as part of their residency. Free and open to the public.
Angélique Kidjo (arr. Jacob Garchik) / YanYanKliYan Senamido #2 *
Aleksandra Vrebalov / My Desert, My Rose *
Clint Mansell (arr. David Lang) / Lux Aeterna from Requiem for a Dream +
Peni Candra Rini (arr. Jacob Garchik) / Maduswara *
Jlin (arr. Jacob Garchik) / Little Black Book *
Terry Riley / This Assortment of Atoms – One Time Only!: Movement 3 *
Tanya Tagaq (arr. Jacob Garchik) / Excerpt from Sivunittinni *
Nicole Lizée / ZonelyHearts: *
PhoneTap + CCTV
Philip Glass / Quartet Satz **
with student musicians
PROGRAM SUBJECT TO CHANGE
* Written for Kronos
** Written for Fifty for the Future: The Kronos Learning Repertoire
+ Arranged for Kronos
For nearly 50 years, San Francisco’s Kronos Quartet—David Harrington (violin), John Sherba (violin), Hank Dutt (viola), and Paul Wiancko (cello)—has reimagined what the string quartet experience can be. One of the most celebrated and influential groups of our era, Kronos has given thousands of concerts worldwide, released more than 70 recordings, and collaborated with many of the world’s most accomplished composers and performers across many genres. Kronos has received more than 40 awards, including three Grammys and the Polar Music, Avery Fisher, and Edison Klassiek Oeuvre Prizes.
Through its nonprofit organization, Kronos Performing Arts Association (KPAA), Kronos has commissioned more than 1,000 works and arrangements for quartet. KPAA also manages Kronos’ concert tours, local performances, recordings, and education programs, and produces an annual Kronos Festival in San Francisco. In its most ambitious commissioning effort to date, KPAA has recently completed 50 for the Future: The Kronos Learning Repertoire. Through this initiative, Kronos has commissioned—and distributed online for free—50 new works for string quartet designed for students and emerging professionals, written by composers from around the world.
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