Alterity Chamber Orchestra at The Abbey February 28, 2019 7:00 pm, Doors, 7:30 pm Show $20 general admission  After an inaugural season that received national media attention, Alterity Chamber Orchestra returns for the opening of their second season! The concert features Alterity’s signature combination of virtuosic ensemble playing and diverse contemporary music, this time helmed by internationally recognized conductor Laszlo Marosi  Program: **Juan Andres Vergara Avilez: Lines: Desert Whispers Timo Andres: Nightjar Andrew Norman: Try Tina Tallon: Sear **Chang Seok Choi: Hwangmuji (The Waste Land) Jordan Nobles: Equilibrium--  ** - Alterity.Co Call For scores Winners

Alterity Chamber Orchestra at The Abbey
February 28, 2019
7:00 pm, Doors, 7:30 pm Show
$20 general admission

After an inaugural season that received national media attention, Alterity Chamber Orchestra returns for the opening of their second season! The concert features Alterity’s signature combination of virtuosic ensemble playing and diverse contemporary music, this time helmed by internationally recognized conductor Laszlo Marosi

Program:
**Juan Andres Vergara Avilez: Lines: Desert Whispers
Timo Andres: Nightjar
Andrew Norman: Try
Tina Tallon: Sear
**Chang Seok Choi: Hwangmuji (The Waste Land)
Jordan Nobles: Equilibrium--

** - Alterity.Co Call For scores Winners

 

Past Shows

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Abandon Waiting
March 22, 2018 @ Orlando Ballet Company Studios
7 PM Doors - 7:30PM Show

Note: this concert will be held at the Orlando Ballet Company Studios, 610 N. Lake Formosa Drive.

We're back! This time out, our 17-piece chamber orchestra will be led by conductor Benoit Glazer, and will feature acclaimed soprano Ariadne Greif in a performance of The Pieces that Fall to Earth, by Christopher Cerrone. Greif is an Orlando favorite, having performed in the Orlando Philharmonic’s premiere Women in Song Series, and starred as Adina in Elixir of Love, and as Papagena in The Magic Flute.

 
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Alterity Chamber Orchestra makes the debut of their full 15-pieces ensemble, featuring top local musicians performing the works of acclaimed composers of our time. Julius Eastman’s Stay On It (1973) exemplifies his innovative combination of minimalism and pop-music. Nina Young’s Traced Upon Cinders evokes fading childhood memories, while Amy Beth Kirsten’s Drink Me, depicts the macabre elements of children’s stories and fairy tales. John Adams’ Son of Chamber Symphony exemplifies Adams’ compositional hallmarks: driving rhythms, cheeky musical quotes, beautiful and meandering melodies, and big finishes.
John Adams – Son of Chamber Symphony
Nina Young – Traced Upon Cinders
Julius Eastman – Stay on It
Amy Beth Kirsten – Drink Me
Tickets: $20, general admission, $10 for members