This is a livestreaming Groupmuse Virtual Concert
A live virtual performance with community videochat and a Q&A with the artists.
Kalliope Reed Quintet performs works from France, Latin America, and french works influenced by Latin America
Fri, July 31, 2020 7:30 PM, EDT
- 71 of 100 spots still available
- Bring your own drinks
- No bathroom at this event
- Kid-friendly event
Come hear this colorful combination of oboe, clarinet, bass clarinet, bassoon, and saxophone! We have a beautiful program including many brand new arrangements by our own quintet members! This exciting program brings out all the best qualities of reed instruments, featuring works from 20th century France, French works influenced by Latin American composers, and some Latin American works!
This program features many new arrangements by our own quintet members from Francis Poulenc, Darius Milhaud, Jean Françaix, and more! This exciting program brings out all the best qualities of reed instruments, featuring works from 20th century France, French works influenced by Latin American composers, and some Latin American works.
Trois Mouvements Perpétuels Francis Poulenc, arranged for reed quintet by Natalie Zemba
Sonata for Horn, Trumpet, and Trombone Francis Poulenc, arranged for reeds by Wolcott Humphrey
Scaramouche Darius Milhaud, arranged for reed quintet by Natalie Zemba
Cinq danses exotiques Jean Françaix, arranged for reed quintet by Bennett Parsons
Tango Suite, I-Allegro libero Astor Piazzolla, arranged for reed quintet by Gonzalo Brusco
Amaru Daniel Cueto
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Lily Press, over 2 years ago
Hi everyone! The amazing performers of the Kalliope Reed Quintet wanted to share a link to a performance of the Poulenc (first piece on the program) that was missing from the YouTube Livestream due to technical difficulties. You can hear that piece at 11:48 via this video:
Thank you all so much for listening , you were a fantastic audience! We apologize again for the technical difficulties and thank you for your patience through all of it. Despite that we had a fantastic evening and hope you did as well! If you would like to hear us again join us for our final concert of our summer season this Thursday at 7:30! (hopefully with no technical difficulties and our usual full camera set-up). We can be followed on facebook, instragram, and all our events can also be found on our website www.kalliopereedquintet.com/events
I'm particularly excited for our final concert of the season, featuring our first program of entirely original reed quintets! In addition to Amaru, which you heard tonight, we will be performing Zach Gulaboff Davis's "Divergences", Ton ter Doest's "Circusmuziek", Becky Turro's "Thaw" (a beautiful work musically depicting the seasonal thawing Acadia National Park), and the world premiere of "Suite for Reed Quintet" by Boston-based composer Ian Wiese! We hope you're able to join us for an exciting evening of works by all living composers, many of whom should be listening and available for questions! Sign up is available here: http://grpm.us/w7nm9g