PAST CONCERTS

March 22nd (Postponed)

WCYO Connecticut

3 Lake Avenue Ext., Danbury, CT

March 15th, 2020 - 7:30pm

The Ogresse by Cecile McLorin Salvant (Canceled)

Disney Hall, Los Angeles, CA

March 13th, 2020 - 7:30pm

The Ogresse by Cecile McLorin Salvant (Canceled)

Bing Concert Hall, Stanford, CA

March 11th, 2020 - 8pm

The Ogresse by Cecile McLorin Salvant (Canceled)

Paramount Theater, Oakland, CA

March 9th, 2020, 7pm

The Ogresse by Cecile McLorin Salvant

Mondavi Center, UC Davis, CA

February 29th, 2020 - 7:30pm

Missy Mazzoli, “Brooklyn’s post-millennial Mozart” (Time Out New York) and a 2019 Grammy nominee, teams up with composer/keyboardist Kelly Moran, whose recent album Ultraviolet was released by Warp Records to critical acclaim. Missy will perform her own works solo and with violinist Olivia De Prato, and Kelly will perform a solo set of her work including the world premiere of a new piece. Missy and Kelly will round out the set with pieces they've written to play together, including the world premiere of their new piece for piano four-hands and electronics.

Ecstatic Music Festival - Missy Mazzoli

Merkin Hall, Kaufman Center, NY

February 28th, 2020 - 8pm

The Music and film of Jennifer Walshe
featuring Mivos Quartet, Jennifer Walshe, MC Schmidt and Wobbly
ICA/Boston • 25 Harbor Shore Drive, Boston
8:00 pm
$20 general admission; $10 ICA members + students

Mivos Quartet and Jennifer Walshe

ICA/Boston • 25 Harbor Shore Drive, Boston

January 29th, 2020 - 7:30pm

Mivos Quartet performs a concert of new music.

Since the quartet formed in 2008, it has performed and closely collaborated with an expanding group of international composers who represent multiple aesthetics of contemporary classical composition.

Mivos Quartet at Berklee

David Friend Recital Hall 921 Boylston Street, Boston, MA, 02115, United States

November 30th - 7pm

Mivos Quartet

Davíð Brynjar Franzson: On Repetition and Reappearances
Anton Webern: Sechs Bagatellen für Streichquartett op. 9
Chikako Morishita: Doll Time for string quartet (création, commande Philharmonie)
Morton Feldman: Three Pieces for String Quartet
Alex Mincek: String Quartet N° 3

Reduktion hoch vier mal fünf: aus seiner Heimat New York bringt das Streichquartett Mivos drei Kompositionen mit und kontrastiert sie mit der Urpflanze musikalischer Konzentration im 20. Jahrhundert, Anton Weberns Bagatellen, und einem neuen Werk der japanischen Komponistin Chikako Morishita.

Dans le cadre de «less is more − rainy days 2019»

Rainy Days - Mivos Quartet

Salle de Musique de Chambre, Luxemburg

November 27th, 2019 - 8pm

Clemens Gadenstätter moved by, für Violine solo (2013)
Clemens Gadenstätter le gout de son, Studie für Kontrabassklarinette solo (2011)
Clemens Gadenstätter studies for a portrait, für E-Gitarre solo (2018)
Clemens Gadenstätter studies for a portrait 2 (mit Michel Leiris), für Blockflöte(n) solo (2019)
Clemens Gadenstätter studies for a portrait 3, für Akkordeon solo (2019)

€ 16 | € 11* | € 6**

Open Music - Soltanto Solo

MUWA, Graz

November 23rd, 2019 - 7:30pm

Worte sind wirklich das Letzte, was es an dieser Stelle braucht. Vielleicht sollten Sie diesen Text mit geschlossenen Augen lesen. »Verstehen« lässt sich die Musik von Clemens Gadenstätter am besten »im Hören, jenseits des Begrifflichen«. »Begreifen«, um zum Kern der Sache zu kommen. Eine Geige, ein Bogen, Hände, Körper, Berührungen, Bewegungen. Ein Blasinstrument, Lippen, Mundraum, Muskelspannungen, Artikulation, Linien, Geschmacksnuancen, bitter, sauer, scharf. Ein Akkordeon, Arme, Empfindungen, eine Persönlichkeit. Eine E-Gitarre, Effektgeräte auf dem Boden, eine Polyphonie von vier Gliedmaßen, Choreographie, Komposition, Zusammenbringen der Wahrnehmungsmöglichkeiten, Ohr, Auge, Körperwahrnehmung, Tastsinn, Geschmack. Fünf Porträts, Selbstporträts, Studien für Soloinstrumente, für besondere MusikerInnen, TänzerInnen, eine Anthropologie ohne Worte.

»Ich verstehe diese Stücke als Versuche, sich einer ‹Anthropologie als klangliche Wahrnehmung› anzunähern – eine zentrale Idee meines Komponierens in den letzten Jahren.« (Clemens Gadenstätter)


Interpreten

Yaron Deutsch, E-Gitarre
Olivia De Prato, Violine
Theo Nabicht, Kontrabassklarinette
Teodoro Anzellotti, Akkordeon
Antonio Politano, Flöte
Damian Cortes Alberti, Tanz
Julia Mach, Tanz
Eszter Petrány, Tanz
Maria Shurkhal, Tanz
Andressa Miyazato, Tanz
Rose Breuss, Choreographie

Wien Modern

Studio Molière Liechtensteinstraße 37 1090 Wien

November 21st, 2019 - 7:30pm

New compositions and Improvisation

Olivia De Prato and Pamelia Stickney Duo

Galerie Kunstverein Klangwerk, Laudongasse 28, 1080

October 26, 8:30pm

Sam Newsome, Soprano Saxophone + Items
Stephen Haynes, Cornet/Flugelhorn/Alto Horn
Lester St. Louis, Cello
Olivia De Prato, Violin
Sara Schoenbeck, Bassoon
Ben Stapp, Tuba/Compositions + Items

MCSD, CH.2: IMAGINARY KRAKEN

Ibeam Brooklyn

October 19th, 2019 - 7:30pm

For the first time, New York City is hosting a festival celebrating the music of Wolfgang Rihm (b. 1952), one of the most influential German composers of our time. This is the second concert in a series of events stretching over three months, and will present intimate settings of the poetry of Mörike & Rückert, the piano trio Strange Scene II, which was meant as an homage to Robert Schumann, as well as the US premiere of ET LUX, a "requiem" for vocal quartet and string quartet.
This concert is generously being supported by the General Consulate of the Federal Republic of Germany in New York.
Julian Schwarz - cello
Abigel Kralik - violin
Hannah Harnest - piano
Sophie Delphis - mezzo soprano
Mivos Quartet
Ekmeles Vocal Ensemble

Mivos and Ekmeles present Wolfgang Rihm: ET LUX

DiMenna Center, New York City

October 14th, 2019 - 8pm

Ethos NewSound presents: Mivos String Quartet

SUNY Fredonia

Suny Fredonia

September 29th

Ambrose Akinmusire's Origami Harvest

Monterrey Jazz Festival

Monterrey, California

September 28th, 2019 - 8pm

The Ogresse is a new musical journey created by vocalist Cécile McLorin Salvant. With its dark and romantic “fairytale-like” story, The Ogresse is a delightfully audacious addition to Salvant’s increasingly eclectic body of work. A generational talent adored by critics and all types of audiences, the young singer is already a master of musical storytelling, and she sells out every concert she plays at Jazz at Lincoln Center.

Musical support comes from L’Orchestre L’Ogresse, a 13-piece chamber ensemble assembled for the show by composer and bandleader Darcy James Argue. Comprised of top-tier jazz musicians and the MIVOS string quartet, the versatile group brings to life a genre-defying musical landscape dreamed up by Salvant and Argue.

Jazz at Lincoln Center

Lincoln Center, New York City

September 27th, 2019 - 8pm

The Ogresse is a new musical journey created by vocalist Cécile McLorin Salvant. With its dark and romantic “fairytale-like” story, The Ogresse is a delightfully audacious addition to Salvant’s increasingly eclectic body of work. A generational talent adored by critics and all types of audiences, the young singer is already a master of musical storytelling, and she sells out every concert she plays at Jazz at Lincoln Center.

Musical support comes from L’Orchestre L’Ogresse, a 13-piece chamber ensemble assembled for the show by composer and bandleader Darcy James Argue. Comprised of top-tier jazz musicians and the MIVOS string quartet, the versatile group brings to life a genre-defying musical landscape dreamed up by Salvant and Argue.

Jazz at Lincoln Center

Lincoln Center, New York City

September 19th, 2019 - 8pm

Akinmusire kicks off Duke Performances’ season at the intimate von der Heyden Studio Theater with an ensemble that features rapper Kokayi, pianist Sam Harris, drummer Justin Brown, and Mivos Quartet.

Duke Performances with Ambrose Akinmusire Origami Harvest

Rubinstein Arts Center, Duke University, NC

September 15th, 2019 - 3pm

Orpheus Alive retells the tragic myth of Orpheus, casting the titular character as a woman; Eurydice, Orpheus’ fallen lover, as a man; and audience members as gods of the underworld who hold Orpheus’s fate in their hands. Choreographed by Robert Binet, Choreographic Associate of the National Ballet of Canada, and featuring a commissioned score by acclaimed composer Missy Mazzoli, Orpheus Alive is a story of love, loss, and an extraordinary artist facing the limits of his mortality. Company dancers and the Mivos Quartet perform excerpts, and New York City Ballet Associate Artistic Director Wendy Whelan moderates the discussion with dramaturg Rosamund Small, Binet, and Mazzoli before the ballet’s world premiere in Toronto.

Missy Mazzoli at the Guggenheim

Guggenheim Museum, New York City

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