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Rachel Calloway, mezzo-soprano Brad Lubman, conductor
ABOUT THIS CONCERT
Ensemble Signal charts a fresh path at the Library in a program a century in the making. Each work on the program is its own highlight: a brand new commission for mixed ensemble by Luca Francesconi, a tribute to Oliver Knussen who passed away unexpectedly this year, and a performance with acclaimed singer Rachel Calloway of Pierrot lunaire, Arnold Schoenberg’s pathbreaking work held in manuscript at the Library.
NB: Due to circumstances beyond our control, the originally announced singer Allison Cook was unable to join us for this performance.
Pre-Concert Conversation with the Arists
6:30 pm–Whittall Pavilion
KNUSSENSongs without Voices
Commissioned by the Dina Koston and Roger Shapiro Fund in the Library of Congress
Pierrot lunaire, op. 21
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