Perspectives Ensemble: THE INTIMATE WORLD OF TOSHIO HOSOKAWA
20:30 - Free concert -
43A WEST 13TH STREET
NEW YORK, NY 10011
Perspectives Ensemble in co-operation with the Tenri Institute, 43 West 13th St, presents The Intimate World of Toshio Hosokawa, Thursday, May 29, 2014, 8:30p.m. Free Admission. This one-hour long concert-meditation of chamber music by Hosokawa, described as Japan's greatest living composer, also features performances by Shakuhachi player Ralph Samuelson and Japanese soprano Miwako Handa.
Special Guest Artists:
Miwako Handa, soprano
Ralph Samuelson, shakuhachi
Sato Moughalian, flute
Margaret Lancaster, bass flute
Pascal Archer, clarinet
Cornelius Dufallo, violin
Wendy Sutter, cello
Oren Fader, guitar
Eliot Gattegno, saxophones
Stephen Gosling, piano
Barry Centanni, percussion
Program (all works besides the first are by Toshio Hosokawa):
Oshu Sashi for shakuhachi
Atem-Lied for solo bass flute
Two Japanese Folk Songs for soprano and guitar
Stunden-Blumen for clarinet, violin, cello, and piano
Three Love Songs for soprano and saxophone
Lied for flute and piano
Vertical Time Study No. 2 for saxophone, piano, and percussion.
This one-hour program is performed without pause and is followed by a reception in the Tenri Gallery.
This concert is in celebration of the life of Daniele Doctorow and is generously supported by the Jarvis and Constance Doctorow Foundation's Daniele Doctorow Prize, with additional support by the S.I. Newhouse Foundation and Hester Diamond. Miwako Handa's travel to New York is generously supported by a grant from the Japan Foundation New York.