Society of the Cincinnati
Concert time TBD
Aria (1996) Kenji Bunch (1973-)
Prelude in G Minor (late 1600’s) Henry Purcell (1659-1695)
Passacaglia (1676) Heinrich Biber (1644-1704)
Dissolve, O my Heart (2011) Missy Mazzoli (1980-)
Blue Swell (2012) Molly Joyce (1992-)
Meadowmountetudes #1 (1988) Samuel Adler (1928-)
Four Violin Studies (2012) Patricia Van Ness (1951-)
Ford’s Farm (2012) Mason Bates (1977-)
You’ll Never Leave Harlan Alive (1997) Darrell Scott (1959-)
Blue Moon of Kentucky (1946) Bill Monroe (1911- 1996)
Music for Violin (2015) Daniel Gilliam (1978-)
Until Next Time (2010) Kenji Bunch (1973-)
Chamber music collaboration with singer/songwriter Lizzie No.
Chamber music collaboration. with singer/songwriter Lizzie NO
Solo recital of music by American Women Composers.
Solo recital of American folk music, the earlier traditions that inspired it and the contemporary music inspired by it.
Solo recital of American composers, a part of the Louisville Orchestra's Festival of American Music.
A performance of American music-- featuring music from Kentucky and Indiana-- broadcast in studio at WUOL in downtown Louisville, KY.
Solo Recital of Baroque, Contemporary and Americana.
As a champion of new music, A/Tonal has been featured on 90.5 WUOL’s Unheard series, LONGLEASH’s Loretto Project, and IU Southeast’s Ogle Center concert series. A/Tonal consists of core members Carrie RavenStem (clarinet), Jessica Dorman (piano), Daniel Gilliam (composer) and Erich Stem (composer); the group has collaborated with local artists Amy Ensel (flute), Chad Sloan (baritone), Jayne Drummond (oboe), Robert Simonds (violin), JP Brien-Slack (violin), and Felix Borges (cello). For videos, audio clips and more information about future seasons, visit: www.atonalensemble.com.
A/Tonal presents all-American music for its debut at The Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts, with chamber music by Louisville composers Erich Stem and Daniel Gilliam; and featuring Honest Music by Nico Muhly, the 2007 Grawemeyer-winner Static by Sebastian Currier, and more.