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Imani Winds

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Friday, February 1
7:30 pm
Wisconsin Union Theater | Shannon Hall
Cost: $25 | Ticket Policies: Youth (up to 18 yrs old) tickets must be purchased at the same time as regular priced General Public, Union Member, UW Fac/Staff or UW Madison Student ticket. Limit to 2 youth tickets per regular priced ticket.
Student ID may be required when presenting ticket at entrance.
General Public: $25/$34/$38, Union Member: $25/$30/$34, UW Faculty/Staff: $25/$32/$36, Youth: $20, UW Madison Student: $10
Wind quintet renowned for energetic playing, culturally poignant programming and adventurous collaborations.

Grammy-nominated wind quintet Imani Winds has carved out a distinct presence in the classical music world with their energetic playing, culturally poignant programming and adventurous collaborations. Actively seeking to engage new music and voices into the modern classical idiom, member-composers regularly contribute compositions and arrangements to the ensemble’s expanding repertoire. Additionally, their deep commitment to commissioning new work enriches the traditional wind quintet repertoire.

Imani Winds is excited to announce, Brandon Patrick George, their new flutist stepping in for Valerie Coleman.

Program

OLD MADE NEW

Startin’ Sumthin’ .......................... Jeff Scott
Quintet for Winds ........................ John Harbison

i. Intrada
ii. Intermezzo
iii. Scherzo
iv. Romanza
v. Finale

La Nouvelle Orleans ................... Lalo Schifrin
Sechs Bagatellen ......................... Gyorgy Ligeti

i. Allegro con spirito
ii. Rubato. Lamentoso
iii. Allegro grazioso
iv. Presto ruvido
v. Adagio. Mesto
vi. Molto vivace, Capriccioso

The Light is the Same* ............... Reena Esmail
Tzigane ......................................... Valerie Coleman

*Commissioned by the Lied Center of Kansas


 

Don't miss the FREE preconcert lecture by Andrea Fowler at 6pm!

Andrea Fowler is a Ph.D. Candidate in Musicology with a minor in Contemporary American Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, completing her dissertation on composer Julius Eastman. She also holds an MM in Musicology from the University of Missouri-Kansas City Conservatory of Music and Dance, an MA in Vocal Performance from Truman State University, and a BS in Music Education from Missouri Western State University. She has presented her research at national and regional conferences. Areas of research interest include minimalism, American experimental traditions, film music, musical theatre, popular music, and queer of color critique. Between degrees, she maintained a large private voice studio in the Kansas City area while serving as a choral accompanist.

 


 Learn more about Imani Winds on their website.


 

Grammy-nominated wind quintet Imani Winds has carved out a distinct presence in the classical music world with their energetic playing, culturally poignant programming and adventurous collaborations. Actively seeking to engage new music and voices into the modern classical idiom, member-composers regularly contribute compositions and arrangements to the ensemble’s expanding repertoire. Additionally, their deep commitment to commissioning new work enriches the traditional wind quintet repertoire.

Imani Winds is excited to announce, Brandon Patrick George, their new flutist stepping in for Valerie Coleman.

Program

OLD MADE NEW

Startin’ Sumthin’ .......................... Jeff Scott
Quintet for Winds ........................ John Harbison

i. Intrada
ii. Intermezzo
iii. Scherzo
iv. Romanza
v. Finale

La Nouvelle Orleans ................... Lalo Schifrin
Sechs Bagatellen ......................... Gyorgy Ligeti

i. Allegro con spirito
ii. Rubato. Lamentoso
iii. Allegro grazioso
iv. Presto ruvido
v. Adagio. Mesto
vi. Molto vivace, Capriccioso

The Light is the Same* ............... Reena Esmail
Tzigane ......................................... Valerie Coleman

*Commissioned by the Lied Center of Kansas


 

Don't miss the FREE preconcert lecture by Andrea Fowler at 6pm!

Andrea Fowler is a Ph.D. Candidate in Musicology with a minor in Contemporary American Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, completing her dissertation on composer Julius Eastman. She also holds an MM in Musicology from the University of Missouri-Kansas City Conservatory of Music and Dance, an MA in Vocal Performance from Truman State University, and a BS in Music Education from Missouri Western State University. She has presented her research at national and regional conferences. Areas of research interest include minimalism, American experimental traditions, film music, musical theatre, popular music, and queer of color critique. Between degrees, she maintained a large private voice studio in the Kansas City area while serving as a choral accompanist.

 


 Learn more about Imani Winds on their website.


 

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