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Alarm Will Sound
John Orfe, pianoCourtney Orlando, violinAlan Pierson, conductor
ABOUT THE CONCERT
Hear the twenty splendid “next generation thinkers” (NPR) of this formidably gifted ensemble in works mostly written for them—music ideally calibrated to show off their “equal parts exuberance, nonchalance, and virtuosity” (Financial Times of London). The evening includes a new Violin Concerto by Oscar Bettison and the premiere of a new Library of Congress commission from Annie Gosfield. The concert centers on a major work by a modern master, the energetic 5-movement piano concerto of György Ligeti.
Pre-Concert Conversation with the Artists
6:30 pm–Whittall Pavilion
Commissioned by the McKim Fund in the Library of Congress
Additional Ticketing Information
Reserved seats not claimed by five minutes before the scheduled start of the event will be distributed to RUSH patrons. For more information about RUSH visit www.loc.gov/concerts/tickets.html
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