Subversion: Music about Conflicts, Politics, and War, Nov 3


Nov 3 2014 - 7:30pm

  Subversion: Music about Conflicts, Politics and War
  featuring works by David T. Little, Aleksandra Vrebalov, Dorian Wallace, and
  Jonathan Berger
  November 3, 2014 at 7:30pm
  the cell
  338 w. 23rd st, NYC 10011

  $15 general admission, $10 in advance,
  free with military ID

  Purchase tickets here


Subversion: Music about Conflict, Politics and War is a chamber music
program presented by TENTH INTERVENTION consisting of four pieces by
different, living composers, all inspired by the tragedy, drama, and
heartache evoked by conflicts and war. Four composers, inspired by the
tragedy, the drama, and the irony of conflict have come together to
present stories of humanity.

Each work represents a different perspective of the human experience
touched by war: a soldier in troubled Vietnam, the melancholy of American
civilian life, identities fractured by centuries of intolerance, and the
capacity of individuals for aggression and violence. The program will
begin with an opening statement from CPL Shamus Smith (USMC/USARNG)

Songs of Love, Death, Friends, and Government
David T. Little (b.1978)

Eli Eli
Jonathan Berger (b.1954)

A Letter To My Wife
Dorian Wallace (b.1985)

hold me neighbor, in this storm
Aleksandra Vrebalov (b.1970)

Hajnal Pivnick, violin
Lynn Bechtold, violin
Hannah Levinson, viola
Hamilton Berry, cello
Lydia Dahling, soprano
Mary Mackenzie, soprano
Katie Cox, flute
Samuel Marques, clarinet
Dorian Wallace, piano