Music by Thomas Adès, Marcos Balter and Georg Friedrich Haas at the NY Philharmonic's Sound ON Series
Jan. 01, 2019
On January 27, the New York Philharmonic's "Sound ON" series presents Darknesse Visible by Thomas Adès, Chambers by Marcos Balter, and tria ex uno by Georg Friedrich Haas at The Appel Room at Lincoln Center. The program, curated and hosted by Nadia Sirota and titled "Threads", explores "how immigrants have shaped the world of today’s music."
Listen to Thomas Adès's Traced Overhead (1996) for solo piano here:
(Traced Overhead/Thomas Adès, composer and pianist)
(in vain/Georg Friedrich Haas/Ensemble Dal Niente
To learn more about Thomas Adès, visit: fabermusic.com.
To learn more about Marcos Balter, visit: psnymusic.com.
To learn more about Georg Friedrich Haas, visit: universaledition.com.
Darknesse Visible (1992)
for solo piano
for string quartet
Georg Friedrich Haas
tria ex uno (2001)
for flute, clarinet, percussion, piano, violin and violoncello