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Friday, April 20th, 2018
7:00 PM
Luigi Nono's masterpiece with Quince Contemporary Vocal Ensemble
alongside works by ACA composers
Venue and Date TBA
In Spring 2018, NYC artist collective Tenth Intervention presents a concert featuring Quince Vocal Ensemble performing the 1981 work "Quando stanno morendo" by Luigi Nono. The program includes works from the American Composers Alliance catalog by Daniel Tacke, Matthew Welch, and Beth Weimann.

Quando stanno morendo
for female voices, cello, bass flute, and live electronics
by Luigi Nono

Cumha Na Marbh
for string quartet
by Matt Welch

a quiet and lingering violence
for alto saxophone and accordion/piano
by Daniel Tacke

​Crowded Sourcing
violin and tape
by Beth Wiemann

This program is made possible with support from

Quince Vocal Ensemble:
With the precision and flexibility of modern chamber musicians, Quince Contemporary Vocal Ensemble specializes in experimental repertoire that is changing the paradigm of contemporary vocal music. Described as "a new force of vocal excellence and innovation" by The Brooklyn Rail, Quince continually pushes the boundaries of traditional vocal ensemble literature.

As dedicated advocates of new music, Quince regularly commissions new works, providing a wider exposure for the music of living composers. They recently received a Chamber Music America award to commission a new song cycle by composer LJ White, and will be releasing an album of contemporary vocal repertoire on New Focus Recordings early 2017.

In 2016, Quince was featured on the KODY Festival Lublin, Poland in collaboration with David Lang and Beth Morrison Productions. They have also appeared on the Outpost Concert Series, the Philip Glass: Music with Friends concert at the Issue Project Room in Brooklyn, and the SONiC Festival in New York. During the 2016-17 season, they will collaborate with Eighth Blackbird and Third Coast Percussion on performances of Music for 18 Musicians by Steve Reich, and will be presented on the Ear Taxi and Frequency Festivals in Chicago.