April 5, 2010 / 7pm
Americas Society / 680 Park Avenue NYC

I found it by the sea

Interactive chamber music concert featuring composers Timo Andres and Anna Clyne, and David Bruce

Timo Andres, Composer
Anna Clyne, Composer
David Bruce, Composer
Kristin Lee, Violin
Sean Lee, Violin
Maurycy Banaszek, Viola
Nicholas Canellakis, Cello
Daphna Mor, Recorder
Timo Andres, Piano
Andrew Cyr, Artistic Director

On the Program

Timo Andres: I found it by the sea
for piano quartet — New York premiere

Anna Clyne: Primula Vulgaris
for string quartet — world premiere

John Dowland: Tears, Puffes, Jumps, and Galliard
for recorder and string quartet — world premiere — arranged by David Bruce

Johannes Brahms: Piano Quartet in G-minor, Op. 25

About the Concert

Meet the composers, performers, and artistic director Andrew Cyr in an interactive chamber music concert involving Metropolis Ensemble's featured composers for our spring season: Timothy Andres and Anna Clyne, and David Bruce.

Metropolis Ensemble will present the New York premiere of Timo Andres' piano quartet I found it by the sea, paired with Brahms' masterwork in the genre, Op. 25. Inspired by this work, Andres sets an original Brahms theme as a "trope" or echo of his own. Also featuring the world premiere of a new string quartet by Anna Clyne, Primula Vulgaris, and a new arrangement of songs by Renaissance composer John Dowland for recorder and string quartet from composer David Bruce.

I found it by sea