6:00 p.m.

Since 1999, Mannes has presented a yearlong music festival every year. Each festival has a theme and a program of more than 20 concerts performed by Mannes Colleges gifted young student artists, distinguished faculty members, and renowned guests, and held at prestigious New York City concert venues and cultural institutions. The festivals are an outstanding component of the total Mannes program.Each festival is an exploration of an individual composer, a musical group, a stylistic movement, or a specific historical period. At most events, pre-concert remarks by the festivals artistic director, Pavlina Dokovska, increase audience understanding and appreciation of the theme and the works performed.

The 2012 festival, The Rise of Modernism, draws us into the interaction between modern music and modern art during the period 1890-1939. This was a time of great change in the world and collaboration between artists. There were many innovative connections between music and poetry, music and visual art, and music and theater. Claude Debussy described this time: "The century of airplanes has a right to its own music. As there are no precedents, I must create anew." Mannes explores the Rise of Modernism through concerts and master classes by students, faculty, and guests.

 

Program:

Ravel: Sonatine in F-sharp minor

   Evgenia Rabinovich, piano



Fauré: "Nell," "Notre Amour," "Le Secret," and "Fleur Jetée"

   Chelsea Feltman, soprano; Eunkyung Lee, piano


Scriabin: Sonata No. 3 "Etats d'âme," op. 23

   Shulin Guo, piano

 

Intermission


Hindemith: Sonata for flute and piano

   SungAe Song, flute; Yoori Hong, piano

 

Boehm:  Sextet for Brass

   Bruno Lourensetto, trumpet

   Alexandria Smith, trumpet

   Matthew Brunt, trumpet

   Alexander Chin, horn

   Jasper Lin, trombone

  Christopher Smith, tuba




Location:

1157 Lexington Avenue (at 80th Street)

Admission:
Free; no tickets or reservations required; seating is first-come first-served

Contact Information:

212.580.0210 x4815



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