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S.E.M. Ensemble

Emerging Composers Workshop 2020

Emerging Composers

Reading Workshop Concert 2020

February 14, 2020

- at -

Willow Place Auditorium

26 Willow Pl, Brooklyn, NY 11201

Free – RSVP Here


Program:

James Ilgenfritz - Ennui Morricone

Leo Chang - Ssanai

Laura Cetilia - tender infliction

Jordan Dykstra - A Zone of Twilight

James Falzone - Method X – Plain Bob Minimus

Sean Kiley - kyi


The S.E.M. Ensemble

Petr Kotik, director

Roberta Michel, flute

Bohdan Hilash, clarinet

Chris Foss, bassoon

Chris Nappi, percussion

Lynn Bechtold, violin

Mioi Takeda, violin

Liuh-Wen Ting, viola

Caleb van der Swaagh, cello

James Ilgenfritz, contrabass


Music as Situation

The S.E.M. Ensemble

presents

Music as Situation

December 18, 2019

- at -

Paula Cooper Gallery

524 W 26 St, New York, NY


Brooklyn Preview Concert

December 16, 2019

- at -

Paula Cooper Gallery

524 W 26 St, New York, NY


Program:

Ian DavisThree Movements for Ensemble (2019) (World premiere)

Petr Kotik - Tubamirum (2019) (World premiere)

Judith Berkson - Partial Memories Part III (2019) (U.S. premiere)

John Cage - Cheap Imitation (1969/1982)

Sean Kiley - ancient cascades (2019) (U.S. premiere)

Petr Kotik - Torso (String Quartet No. 2) (2012)


The S.E.M. Ensemble

Petr Kotik, director

Judith Berkson, voice

Petr Kotik, flute & conductor

John Altieri, tuba

Lucie Vítkova, accordion

Ian Davis, piano

Chris Nappi, percussion

Leah Asher, violin

Mioi Takeda, violin

Liuh-Wen Ting, viola

Meaghan Burke, cello


Petr Kotik conducted the Ostrava New Orchestra at the DOX Centre for Contemporary Art in Prague on November 5th.

Program:

Ostrava New Orchestra / ONO

William Lang, trombone

Holger Falk, baritone

Tamás Schlanger, percussion

Petr Kotík, conductor

 

Ata – for orchestra (1987)                                                                                                     

Commissioned by SWR Baden-Baden orchestra and Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation (Lisboa). Dedicated to Josef Häusler and Luis Pereira Leal.

Premiere: May 3, 1988 in Donaueschingen with Michael Gielen (conductor).

 

Troorkh – from trombone and orchestra (1991)                        

Commissioned by Music Department of Swedish Radio and Swedish Concert Institute. Dedicated to Christian Lindberg.

Premiere: March 26, 1993 in Stockholm with Christian Lindberg (trombone) and Esa-Pekka Salonen (conductor).

 

Aïs (aïdos) – double concert for amplified baritone, percussion and large orchestra (1980) 

Commissioned by Bavarian Radio in Munich.

Premiere: February 13, 1981 in Munich with Spyros Sakkas (baritone), Sylvio Gualda (percussion) and Michel Tabachnik (conductor).