Andrew Norman's Try in China
May. 03, 2018
Alarm Will Sound was described by The New York Times as “...one of the most vital and original ensembles on the American music scene.” Following their sold-out performance of music by György Ligeti at Carnegie Hall on March 16, the group travels to China, where they will present Andrew Norman’s Try at the Central Conservatory of Music Concert Hall in Beijing on May 26, and at the Guangxi Arts Institute in Nanning on May 28.
(Try/Andrew Norman/Boston Modern Orchestra Project/Gil Rose, conductor)
Several additional performances of Andrew Norman’s music take place in the United States this month. The San Francisco Symphony presents Unstuck, led by Juraj Valčuha, at the Davies Symphony Hall on May 3-5, and The Colorado Symphony performs Drip Blip Sparkle Spin Glint Glide Glow Float Flop Chop Pop Shatter Splash on May 17 as part of its LISTEN/HEAR series at Boettcher Concert Hall.
Listen to Andrew Norman’s Gran Turismo (2004) here:
(Gran Turismo/Andrew Norman/A Far Cry at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum)
To learn more about Andrew Norman, visit schott-music.com
Drip Blip Sparkle Spin Glint Glide Glow Float Flop Chop Pop Shatter Splash (2005)
for chamber orchestra