Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival
New Music with FLUX
The FLUX Quartet gives the US premiere of Charlotte Bray’s Festival-commissioned string quartet Ungrievable Lives, which takes its name and inspiration from an art installation by Caroline Burraway honoring the world’s 13 million child refugees. The program also features the first-ever Festival performance of Ligeti’s absorbing, Bartók-influenced String Quartet No. 1 and the world premieres of works by Ryan Lindveit and Angela Elizabeth Slater, this year’s participants in the Festival’s annual Young Composers String Quartet Project.
LIGETI String Quartet No. 1, Métamorphoses nocturnes
RYAN LINDVEIT New Work for String Quartet (Festival Commission, World Premiere)
ANGELA ELIZABETH SLATER New Work for String Quartet (Festival Commission, World Premiere)
CHARLOTTE BRAY Ungrievable Lives (Festival Co-Commission, US Premiere)
FLUX Quartet (Tom Chiu, Conrad Harris, violin; Max Mandel, viola; Felix Fan, cello)
Approximate length: 1 hour and 10 minutes
Festival artists and programming are subject to change.
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