Friday, May 27, 2011

Locrian Chamber Players

The Locrian Chamber Players performs a program of music written during the last 10 years at 8 p.m. Thursday, June 2, at Riverside Church, 10th Floor Performance Space, Riverside Church, 91 Claremont Avenue, New York City. The ensemble's makeup has always been flexible from concert to concert, allowing it to perform a wide range of repertoire while maintaining a core of regular players.

The group was formed in 1995 and is dedicated to performing only music of recent vintage, by artists ranging from the well-known to the totally obscure. This program features a string quartet and piano. Performers are Calvin Wiersma and Conrad Harris, violins, Daniel Panner, viola, Greg Hesselink, cello, and Jonathan Faiman, piano. The program:
John Adams's String Quartet; Eleanor Cory's Conversation; Reiko F├╝ting's Kaddish--The Art of Losing; Raul Quines' Sketches, and Robert Cohen's Midnight Girl
Both Sketches and Midnight Girl are world premieres. A reception will follow the concert.

For more information, call (914) 923-5511 or email

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