PUBLIQuartet performed a live concert Saturday, with works by Jessie Montgomery, Jessica Meyer and John Corigliano - with a guest appearance by the composer himself! The performance will remain available for a week (through March 20):Watch below: Grammy-nominated
Here is the Program:
- Jessie Montgomery (b. 1981), Voodoo Dolls (2008)
- Jessica Meyer (b. 1974), Get into the Now (2017)
- John Corigliano (b. 1938), Snapshot: Circa 1909
- *moment of silence and Nina Simone's Blackbird in memory of Breonna Taylor
- PUBLIQuartet/Antonin Dvorak, What is American?(2016)
(from PUBLIQuartet's MIND THE GAP Project)
Don't miss, at 19:04 composer John Corigliano makes an appearance to introduce his piece!
This concert is part of the Atterbury House Sessions concert series, curated by Lara St John and celebrating the 150th anniversary of New York’s iconic Atterbury House.
The series began on Jan. 23 and will continue for five more Saturdays, all at 2 p.m. PT (5 p.m. ET) with upcoming guests including brass quartet The Westerlies (April 3); Imani Winds (April 17); Baroque violinist Aisslinn Nosky and friends (April 24); the Brentano Quartet (May 8); violinist Augustin Hadelich (May 15); and Lara herself (June 5).Tweet
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