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Stay On It!

Stay On It!Fab music from the Buffalo School: Lukas Foss, Julius Eastman, James Tenney, and Frederic Rzewski’s inspired setting of Oscar Wilde with pianists Adam Tendler and Scott Dunn, and percussion quartet — more.

The recent emergence of Julius Eastman (1940-90) has caused a re-thinking the roots of American minimalism and the history of Black classical music, as well as a fresh look at the milieu from which Eastman emerged: the Center of the Creative and Performing Arts at SUNY Buffalo. Founded by Lukas Foss, this hotbed of creativity attracted James Tenney from the Fluxus scene in New York, and Frederic Rzewski from Italy. Solo piano music by Foss performed by Scott Dunn, and Rzewski performed by Adam Tendler will bracket ensemble works by Eastman and Tenney. Dunn, a Jacaranda regular since 2005, recorded Foss’s Solo under the composer’s supervision. Celebrating Rzewski’s 80th birthday, Tendler will perform his setting for “speaking pianist” of Oscar Wilde’s open letter from prison to Lord Alfred Douglas. Tendler returns to LA after three sold out John Cage concerts at the Broad Museum.

Presenter / Producer: Jacaranda Music

Listed Categories
Music > Classical
Music > Chamber Music
Music > Contemporary Classical / New Music

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First Pres of Santa Monica
1220 2nd Street
Santa Monica CA 90401

LA - Hollywood / Westside

Performance Dates: 4/13/2019
Saturday, 04/13/2019

Performance Times
Sanctuary Series 7:00

Ticket Information:
Adult - $45
Student - $20

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