PAN!
Mar
2
to Mar 3

PAN!

Tickets & Info Here! (multiple shows)

 

The latest iteration of Claire Chase’s 23-year Density 2036 project, PAN is a 90-minute participatory performance for flutist, electronics, and mass community participation in the form of a large ensemble of non-professional or trained players/collaborators. 

Composed by Marcos Balter, directed by Douglas Fitch, and produced by Jane M. Saks and Project&, the piece uses seven tableaux exploring the life of the god Pan, one of only two Greek deities said to have been put to death. It marshals myth to articulate and explore the tensions of our contemporary lives and world. The experience and creative participation attempt to demonstrate, rather than speculate, how music-making allows for societies and communities to create together, shape space, question, reflect, re-visit, re-order and arrive in new and re-imagined locations again and again.

 

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TALKING GONG
Mar
10
8:00 PM20:00

TALKING GONG

  • State University of New York at New Paltz (map)
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Composer and jazz percussionist Susie Ibarra, a 2014 TED Fellow, presents the world premiere of her Talking Gong for flute, percussion and piano, joined by flutist Claire Chase, a MacArthur Genius Award winner, and New Paltz professor Alex Peh. The work is inspired by the gong chime culture of Southeast Asia and particularly the rhythms and language of the Philippine Maguindanaon talking gongs, the gandingan, which were originally used to speak language as well as play music.

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Trade Routes - Pauchi Sasaki and Claire Chase
Mar
11
3:00 PM15:00

Trade Routes - Pauchi Sasaki and Claire Chase

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Trade Routes is part of the Spring Revolution festival, National Sawdust’s annual two week festival celebrating the musical revolution created by Stravinsky’s Rite of Spring. Held from March 1st through March 11th, this year Spring Revolution celebrates the voice of multicultural women, with every night featuring female curators, artists and composers because the female perspective is the human perspective and the human perspective should be inclusive.

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Stave Sessions: Claire Chase / My Brightest Diamond
Mar
23
8:00 PM20:00

Stave Sessions: Claire Chase / My Brightest Diamond

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Flutist Claire Chase, a MacArthur Fellow, Avery Fisher Prize winner, founder of the International Contemporary Ensemble, and “staggering virtuoso with the assurance of a rock star” (Los Angeles Times), makes her Celebrity Series debut on a double bill that also features the return of My Brightest Diamond, fronted by Shara Nova, a relentlessly collaborative and versatile composer and vocalist.

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Cy Twombly and Music
Apr
3
7:30 PM19:30

Cy Twombly and Music

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In celebration of Da Camera’s 30-year relationship with the Menil Collection, in many ways the organization’s artistic home, Da Camera presents a special art and music program in the Cy Twombly Gallery. Virtuoso flutist and MacArthur fellow Claire Chase features works inspired by the paintings of Cy Twombly, in the Menil’s gallery dedicated to his work. Chicago-based, Brazilian composer Marcos Balter’s Descent from Parnassus was composed for Claire Chase. Guest composer Erik Ulman shares his personal reminiscences of his friendship and correspondence with the artist.

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Look & Listen Festival
Apr
13
8:00 PM20:00

Look & Listen Festival

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Join us for the opening night with performances by critically acclaimed composer, Susie Ibarra alongside pianist Alex Peh and 2012 MacArthur Genius Grant winner Claire Chase. The program will also feature Claire Chase performing Du Yun’s Empty Garlic for bass flute and electronics. Kaoru Watanabe will perform selections from his album Néo alongside Fumi Tanakadate and Alicia Hall Moran. The concert will be hosted by composer and pianist, Adam Tendler. The concert will take place amidst BRIC’s Bordering the Imaginary: Art from the Dominican Republic, Haiti, and their Diaspora, an exhibit of 19 artists investigating the complicated relationship between the Dominican Republic and Haiti—two nations that share a single island.

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NUNC! 3 (Residency At Northwestern University)
Apr
20
to Apr 22

NUNC! 3 (Residency At Northwestern University)

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For the third time the Bienen School of Music with host its conference for new music, NUNC!  Performers, composers, musicologists, theorists, and new music enthusiasts in general are all welcome to come to the Evanston campus for three days of performances, lectures, masterclasses, and panel discussions. There is no conference fee for participants, and all events are free.

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For Philip Guston
May
4
to May 6

For Philip Guston

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Tickets & Info Here! (multiple performances)

"For Philip Guston" is a major work by the American composer Morton Feldman , written in 1984 in honor of his friend, the American artist Philip Guston. Like many of his compositions, the piece's duration is particularly extensive: four-and-a-half hours of music, without pause, in one movement. Feldman's work focuses on listening deeply to sound, for what it produces in our ears, in our bodies, in our minds.

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THE WHISPER OPERA AT THE SKIRBALL CENTER
Jan
24
6:00 PM18:00

THE WHISPER OPERA AT THE SKIRBALL CENTER

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Tickets & Info Here! (Multiple Performances)

the whisper opera, with words and music by Pulitzer Prize-winner David Lang and direction and design by Jim Findlay, is performed by ICE with the musicians, singer, and audience enclosed in an intimate onstage set, and is performed almost entirely in whispers. Lang explores the question: “what if a piece were so quiet and so personal to the performers that you needed to be right next them or you would hear almost nothing. The only way this piece can be received is if you are there, in person, listening very closely.”  Following the success of the premiere at Mostly Mozart in 2013, ICE has brought this work to audiences around the US and Europe.  Don't miss its dramatic return to New York!

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The Hermitage Artist Retreat Fundraiser
Nov
11
11:00 AM11:00

The Hermitage Artist Retreat Fundraiser

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Claire is the guest artist for this year's Lobster Bake and fundraiser for this invaluable artist residency program, which has hosted Claire and many collaborators over the years. Come support this fantastic nonprofit organization, hear Claire play a wild program ranging from Bach to Paganini to Pan, and eat your weight in lobster!

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Mount Tremper Arts 10th Season GALA
Oct
23
6:00 PM18:00

Mount Tremper Arts 10th Season GALA

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Claire is one of the honorees at this year's Mount Tremper Arts benefit and gala. 

6PM Cocktails
7PM Dinner by Chef Ethan Knechel
Sourced from the Mount Tremper Arts garden
8PM* Remarks & Performances honoring AUNTS, Claire Chase, Mathew Pokoik, Aynsley Vandenbroucke
by luciana achugar, Marcos Balter, Claire Chase, Leslie Cuyjet, Vasko Dukovski, Melanie Maar, Joshua Rubin, Tatyana Tenenbaum, Mariana Valencia, MTA's Board of Directors
Dance party to follow DJ'd by The Illustrious Blacks, Manchildblack & Monstah Black.

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TASTE OF DUST: RAISE THE TEMPLE 2017
Aug
12
to Aug 13

TASTE OF DUST: RAISE THE TEMPLE 2017

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Claire joins DJ Scumfrog for another genre-defying collaboration, this one at The Brooklyn Mirage for the annual Taste of Dust: Raise the Temple, featuring remixes of works for bass flute by Felipe Lara and Marcos Balter performed live by Claire and The Scumfrog. Stay tuned for timing details on their live set.

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June 18-August 12 at Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity
Jun
18
to Aug 12

June 18-August 12 at Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity

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As co-artistic director (with her longtime collaborator Steven Schick) of the Banff Summer Classical Programs, Claire will spend the summer in the Canadian Rockies mentoring young musicians in the new program ARC. ARC combines the creation of new music, the refinement of traditional and contemporary practices, and the amplification of our music into the public space by means of reflection and conversation. Faculty and guests include the JACK Quartet, Miro Quartet, Imani Winds, ICE, Peter Evans, Tyshawn Sorey, Nicolas Hodges, Zosha di Castri, Sabrina Schroeder, Carla Kihlstedt, Anne Bourne and Sofia Jernberg.

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Recording at Meyer Sound Labs in Berkeley, CA
Jun
2
to Jun 14

Recording at Meyer Sound Labs in Berkeley, CA

June 2-5 and June 14. Claire continues her collaboration with Meyer Sound Labs and producer Matias Tarnopolsky to record the entirety of the Density 2036 repertoire to date (2013-2016). Live, unedited performances of all four years of repertoire are slated for release in a three-album format in Fall 2017. Stay tuned for details this summer on this epic project!

https://meyersound.com/

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