Eight Strings & Whistle at Tenri 2021 - concert and album release event

Friday, November 19, 2021

Time
7:30 PM
Event Type
Performances
Genre
Classical/Contemporary
Event Contact
EIght Strings & a Whistle
Description
We are so happy to return to the Tenri Cultural Institute for a Live Concert as we celebrate Ravello Records’ release of our new album …and nothing remains the same… 

Our program will feature On Impermanence, John Newell’s musical essay on change and the ephemeral nature of our world. This includes a  new movement, A Coming Together, as well as …and nothing remains the same., which inspired the title for our new album.

We will also present two US Premieres: Australian composer, Robert Davidson’s bold and rhythmic, Bond Over Triads, and direct from Havana, Beatriz Corona’s beautiful Dos Tiempos.  

Additionally, we will present Erik  Sköld’s (Sweden) well crafted and adorable Insectum No. 2, Dancing Grasshoppers, plus American composer, David Bennett Thomas’ Deseo, which evokes the energy of desire. And we’ll visit the Italian Renaissance with our own arrangement of trios by Salamone Rossi.

Can’t make our live concert?  No worries –– join us for the Live Stream! You can  purchase your tickets to attend in person or the Live Stream at Brown Paper Tickets. You will receive a link via email before the concert if you’re attending the Live Stream.  



In Person tickets are $25/$12 for seniors and students.  Live stream tickets are $10.

To purchase tickets, just click here.

In order to make this a safe event, in person audience size will be limited. In compliance with New York City regulations, proof of vaccination against Covid-19 will be required and checked at the door.



Acceptable forms of proof are:

 NYC COVID Safe App: Android | iOS
, NYS Excelsior Pass
, CDC Vaccination Card (or photo), 
NYC Vaccination Record


Ensemble Name
Eight Strings & a Whistle
Musicians
Suzanne Gilchrest, flute, Ina Litera, viola, Matthew Goeke, cello
Composers
Newell, Davidson, Thomas, Rossi, Corona, and Rossi

Venue
Tenri Cultural Institute
Location
43A W. 13th Street
New York, NY