Music by Chaya Czernowin from Berlin to New York
Jan. 01, 2019
A number of Chaya Czernowin's works will be performed this month. On January 13, Anne Rainwater performs FardanceCLOSE at Maybeck Studio in Berkeley, CA. Then, ensemble recherche performs Ayre: towed through plumes, thicket, asphalt, sawdust and hazardous air I shall not forget the sound of at the Berlin Ultraschall on January 18. On January 20, the Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester, led by Simone Young and featuring cellist Séverine Ballo, performs Guardian at the Ultraschall Festival, Haus des Rundfunks, Berlin. On the same evening, the Staatsorchester Darmstadt, led by Kerem Hasan, perform Amber at the Staatstheater, Großes Haus, Darmstadt. Staatsorchester Darmstadt perform the same work on the following evening as well. Finally, Czernowin's Adiantum Capillus Veneris I (arranged for cello by Séverine Ballon) will be performed on January 29 at the Peter Jay Sharp Theater at The Juilliard School in New York City, and by Pierre Strauch on January 31 at the Fondation suisse/Pavillon Le Corbusier in Paris.
Listen to selections from Chaya Czernowin's Wintersongs cycle, for chamber ensemble, here:
For more information on Chaya Czernowin, visit schott-music.com.
Adiantum Capillus Veneris I (2016, arr. 2016)
Etude in Fragility
arranged for violoncello by Séverine Ballon
for large orchestra
Ayre: Towed through plumes, thicket, asphalt, sawdust and hazardous air
I shall not forget the sound of (2015)
for chamber ensemble
for solo piano
for cello and orchestra