Premieres & New Music

Be among the first to hear music by some of today’s most forward-thinking artists. Thomas Dausgaard has programmed music by 25 contemporary composers representing the human experience from bold and diverse perspectives, including 13 world premieres and five U.S. premieres. Discover music by Charles Corey, Janice Giteck, Elena Langer, Hannah Lash, Juan David Osorio López, Angelique Poteat, Carlos Sanchez-Gutierrez and Composer in Residence Tyshawn Sorey.

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Premieres & New Music Events

Premieres & New Music Calendar

Mozart Concerto for Two Pianos

Thursday, 27 February, 2020 7:30PM

Composer, conductor and pianist Ryan Wigglesworth joins fellow pianist Marc-André Hamelin for a four-handed fugue and a romp through the showpiece that Mozart played with his equally gifted sister. Wigglesworth also presents the first American performance of his Mozart Variations for piano and orchestra. With boundaries blurred between composer and performer, this program rekindles the spirit of that golden age when Mozart was the toast of the town.

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Mozart Concerto for Two Pianos

Friday, 28 February, 2020 12:00PM

Composer, conductor and pianist Ryan Wigglesworth joins fellow pianist Marc-André Hamelin for a four-handed fugue and a romp through the showpiece that Mozart played with his equally gifted sister. Wigglesworth also presents the first American performance of his Mozart Variations for piano and orchestra. With boundaries blurred between composer and performer, this program rekindles the spirit of that golden age when Mozart was the toast of the town.

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Friday, 28 February, 2020 10:00PM

Pianist Cristina Valdés and members of the orchestra perform the works of four leading contemporary Latin American composers in an evening led by Associate Conductor Lee Mills and Conducting Fellow Lina Gonzalez-Granados.

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Mozart Concerto for Two Pianos

Saturday, 29 February, 2020 8:00PM

Composer, conductor and pianist Ryan Wigglesworth joins fellow pianist Marc-André Hamelin for a four-handed fugue and a romp through the showpiece that Mozart played with his equally gifted sister. Wigglesworth also presents the first American performance of his Mozart Variations for piano and orchestra. With boundaries blurred between composer and performer, this program rekindles the spirit of that golden age when Mozart was the toast of the town.

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