PITZER CENTER. UCD Lecturer in Music I-Hui Chen is a compelling pianist who seamlessly radiates her music and thoughts to the audience. Shinkoskey Noon Concert, 12:05p–1p. Free.
PITZER CENTER. An original concert program that integrates classical, jazz, hip-hop, and spoken word—sounds and poetry created by African-American artists—in an effort to lift up lesser-known contributions that define the multifaceted culture of the United States. Shinkoskey noon concert, 12:05p–1p. Free
Artists LiKWUiD, spoken word Josh Henderson, violin, bass, guitar Ju-Young “J.Y.” Lee, cello Mikael Darmanie, piano Rick Martinez, drums Warp Trio is an Internationally touring cross-genre chamber music experience. Every chamber music program needs this kind of energy. While the beginning and ending compositions by Haydn and Brahms provided expected pleasures, it was the Warp […]
The Bacchetto / Sabey Duo is a collaborative project of San Francisco-based composer-performers Nick Bacchetto and Ben Sabey. The duo creates new works for piano and live electronics using MIDI Polyphonic Expression instruments controlling analog modular synthesis, which is spatialized into any speaker configuration via the new Dolby Atmos renderer. Program Benjamin Sabey: Dark Sea […]
Sam Nichols, director “Preconcert Discussion from 6:15–6:45 pm with Empyrean director Sam Nichols.” Program Philip Acimovic (Ph.D. composition ‘18): New Work WORLD PREMIERE Annea Lockwood: Immersion Pablo Oritz: New Work WORLD PREMIERE with video by Daniel Godsil (Ph.D. composition ‘21) and UC Davis students Frederic Rzewski: Coming Together (Part I) with Christian Kiefer, voice Steve […]
Mike Marshall, mandolin Andy Connell, clarinet and saxophone Colin Walker, 7-string guitar Brian Rice, pandeiro and UC Davis lecturer in music Mike Marshall and Choro Famoso bring a bright energy and virtuosity to their concerts, matched only by Brazilians themselves. Choro is an important musical tradition of Brazil with characteristic Afro-Brazilian rhythms and European popular […]
In addition to performing works by our own graduate student composers on this program, Ensemble PinkNoise—known for its contemporary improvisational performance practice—will perform its own program, featuring the open instrumentation work “Black as a Hack for Cyborgification” by Jessie Cox, alongside other works, on Friday, Apr. 14, at 5 pm. Program Zoë A. Wallace Max […]
Program Jessie Cox: Black as a Hack for Cyborgification About the Ensemble PinkNoise is a New York-based chamber ensemble who creates musical improvisation and compositions in acoustic and electronic mediums. Their pieces react and respond to the conditions of our community and our society. Each member of the ensemble is a performer, composer, and creator […]