January 27–28, 2011 / 8pm
Le Poisson Rouge / 158 Bleecker Street NYC


Hallucinations

A Mind-Bending Concert

John Corigliano, Composer
Ricardo Romaneiro, Composer / Live Electronics
Enrico Chapela, Composer
Gity Razaz, Composer
Du Yun, Composer / Live Electronics
Andrew Cyr, Conductor


On the Program

John Corigliano (arr. Ricardo Romaneiro): Hallucinations
for chamber orchestra and electronics — world premiere

Ricardo Romaneiro: Strata
for chamber orchestra and electronics — world premiere

Gity Razaz: The Metamorphosis of Narcissus
for chamber orchestra and electronics — world premiere

Du Yun: Fallen Warriors, the Cihuacoatl's Eye
for flute, clarinet, contra bassoon, trumpet, trombone, string quintet, and electronics — world premiere

Enrico Chapela: LiPo
for small orchestra and electronics — New York premiere


Performers

Andrew Cyr, Artistic Director / Conductor
Na-Young Baek, Cello
Brad Balliett, Bassoon
Thomas Boulton, Trumpet
Rachel Calin, Double Bass
Jack Chou, Trombone
Logan Coale, Electric Bass
Carlos Cordeiro, Clarinet
Joanna Frankel, Viola
Conor Hanick, Piano
Bridget Kibbey, Harp
Kristin Lee, Violin
Wei-Yang Andy Lin, Viola
Nick Masterson, Oboe
Britton Matthews, Percussion
Michael Nicolas, Cello
Gity Razaz, Keyboard
Luke Rinderknecht, Percussion
Ricardo Romaneiro, Live Electronics
Danielle Rose, Horn
Ibanda Ruhumbika, Tuba
Ravi Sharma, Live Electronics
Lance Suzuki, Flute
Tema Watstein, Violin
Du Yun, Live Electronics


About the Concert

Join Metropolis Ensemble and Artistic Director Andrew Cyr for a mind-bending concert featuring the world premiere electro-acoustic remix by Ricardo Romaneiro of John Corigliano's Three Hallucinations, based on his Academy Award-nominated film score to "Altered States," paired with new works by Du Yun, Gity Razaz, Enrico Chapela, and Ricardo Romaneiro.

Hallucinations, Strata, The Metamorphosis of Narcissus, and Fallen Warriors, the Cihuacoatl's Eye are Metropolis Ensemble commissions. Metropolis Ensemble is supported during its 2010-11 season by Who's In My Fund?


Hallucinations