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Monday, May 8, 2017, 8:00pm to 10:00pm
Hertz Hall (UC Berkeley Campus)
Berkeley, CA
94720
US

Eco Ensemble presents Berkeley Composers 
David Milnes conducts new works by UC Berkeley graduate student composers featuring ECO, our resident professional new music ensemble.

 

Maija Hynninen, Freedom from Fear  (2017)

Kyle Bruckmann, oboe

Jeremy Wagner, Jay Cloidt, Maija Hynninen – electronics

 

Jeremy Wexler, Agitato ed etereo (2017)

Peter Josheff, bass clarinet

David Wegehaupt, tenor saxophone

Loren Mach, percussion

Kate Campbell, piano

David Milnes, conductor

 

James Stone, Out for Size  (2017)

Tod Brody, flute

Peter Josheff, bass clarinet

David Wegehaupt, alto saxophone

Loren Mach, percussion

Kate Campbell, piano

David Milnes, conductor

 

Oren Boneh, To form a more perfect human (2017)

Peter Josheff, clarinet

Brad Hogarth, trumpet

Kate Campbell, piano

Loren Mach, percussion

Hrabba Atladottir, violin

Leighton Fong, cello

Richard Worn, double bass

David Milnes, conductor

 

The Berkeley New Music Project is a group dedicated to the performance of new music by the graduate student composers in UC Berkeley’s Department of Music. Supported by funding from the Department of Music, Townsend Center and the Graduate Assembly, BNMP presents at least two concerts per year as part of the Hertz Hall evening concert series featuring new compositions by graduate student and faculty composers.

Led by music director and conductor David Milnes, BNMP concerts feature the Eco Ensemble, a new ensemble-in-residence sponsored by Cal Performances; the Department of Music; and the Center for New Music and Audio Technologies (CNMAT). As UC Berkeley’s principal performance outlet for performers and composers of new music, the Eco Ensemble commissions and premieres works from Berkeley’s composers. Members of the ensemble work extensively with undergraduate and graduate musicians in new music studies and are developing a comprehensive program for new music performance.

This premiere group is comprised of prominent Bay Area musicians who are passionate about exploring and performing contemporary works. Its mission is to enrich and serve the Bay Area’s cultural life through the creation, performance, and dissemination of new music by composers from Berkeley and around the world.

The Eco Ensemble’s unique collaboration with CNMAT inspires works that are informed by contemporary explorations into the intersection between science and music. The ensemble seeks to expand the possibilities for new music by working with CNMAT faculty, students and researchers to develop new instruments, new applications of technologies for composition and performance, and new modes of expression. With a focus on education for both experienced audiences and novices, the Eco Ensemble’s public outreach efforts include lectures, demonstrations, workshops, and composer residencies.

 

 

This Event is Free and Open to the Public