Tenth Intervention plays music of Beth Wiemann, Nathan Hall, Daniel Tacke, Matthew Welch, May 2

Date: 

May 2 2019 - 7:30pm

Music from ACA + Nathan Hall
Benzaquen Hall, Dimenna Center for Classical Music
Thursday, May 2, 2019
7:30pm
​Advance $15 Door $20

Tenth Intervention performs works by American composers, including a world premiere of Nathan Hall's Reading the Landscape.​
    
Program:

​Matt Welch: Cumha Na Marbh for string quartet
Daniel Tacke: a quiet and lingering violence for alto sax and accordion/piano
Beth Wiemann: Crowded Sourcing for violin and tape
Nathan Hall: Portals for soprano sax and tape
                          Skip and Slumber for violin and piano
                          Reading the Landscape for soprano sax, violin, and piano

Ensemble:
Erin Rogers, saxophone
Adam Tendler, piano
Andrea Lodge, piano
Hajnal Pivnick, violin
Lynn Bechtold, violin
Carrie Frey, viola
Jisoo Ok, cello

Founded in 2012 by violinist Hajnal Pivnick and composer/pianist Dorian Wallace, the group formed with the purpose of creating new work in a highly collaborative environment. Together with composers, musicians, visual artists, choreographers, dancers, and community organizations, Tenth Intervention has produced programs that expand the reach of music to be pioneering, diverse, and community focused.