Late Night at National Sawdust, our popular collaboration with Open G Records, continues on April 21st with another dynamic program of composers whose pieces explore Chaos Theory in interesting and diverse ways.
This one-hour program is performed live in Brooklyn’s National Sawdust but is also broadcast live on Relevant Tones, the country’s only weekly syndicated radio program featuring contemporary classical music.
The broadcast program will be:
Butterfly Effect by Caroline Mallnee
Fractals by Ching Ting Chan
Moonset by David Glaser
Six Miniatures and Four Fragments by Lyudmila German
In the hour and a half before each broadcast our musicians will give public read-throughs of new works sourced through an international call for scores. We received 717 score submissions from over 500 composers in more than 30 countries. Selected works will be read and recorded and some of these may be chosen to be performed on future broadcasts.
For the next concert on April 21 our review panel has chosen three pieces to be read and recorded. They are:
Deux fois Miro by Adina Dumitrescu
Martyrium by Henrique Coe
Chaos by Ryan Homsey
Video of each piece will be posted shortly after the concert!