Monday, March 10, 2014 - 8:00pm
The Atlantic EnsembleChamber Music of Lawrence Dillon Performed by Atlantic
Ensemble on March 10 at New York City’s Leonard Nimoy Thalia at Symphony Space
Lawrence Dillon’s What Happened for violin, viola, cello, and piano and The Voice for violin and piano will be
presented by the Atlantic Ensemble as part of their March 10 at 8:00 PM
Atlantic Ensemble Celebrates American Composers concert in The Leonard Nimoy
Thalia at Symphony Space, 2537 Broadway in Manhattan.
What Happened was commissioned and premiered by the Atlantic Ensemble at
the Maison Danoise in Paris, France in May 2005. It consists of three movements
– Gathering, Congregation and Scattering,
and has been recorded by members of the Daedalus String Quartet and pianist
Benjamin Hochman for the Bridge label. More about the piece here.
The Voice was written in 2008 and has been recorded by violinist
Danielle Belen for Naxos.
Also on the program are Intimate Recollections by Charles
Ruggiero, commissioned by the Atlantic Ensemble and the Piano Quartet by Aaron Copland. More about the March 10 program at
212-864-5400 or online here.
Atlantic Ensemble was formed in
Provincetown, Massachusetts in 2003 and is comprised of Wei Tsun
Chang, violin, Seanad Dunigan Chang, viola, Kirsten
Cassel Greer, cello and Jennifer McGuire, piano. Visit