Tuesday, February 12, at 7:00 pm
680 Park Avenue
In their Music of the Americas debut, Colectivo: Music from Cuba and New York, the ensemble Tenth Intervention will present a chamber music program consisting of pieces by living composers who live in Cuba and New York City. Among the selected composers and pieces will be:
Marcos Balter: A vis
Kamala Sankaram: Kivalina
Mario Diaz de Leon: The Flesh Needs Fire
Bethany Younge: Speech Factory
Paul Pinto: 15 Photos
Keyla Orozco: Negon transformation 1.
José Victor Gavilondo Peón: Iku
Dorian Wallace: we can make tunnels
Zosha di Castri: Du haut de l'Orillon
Gelsey Bell: Spent Horizon
Tenth Intervention is equal parts presenting organization, music series and artist collective based in NY, presenting bold and progressive concerts that explore the intersection of performance, experiential art, and its potential to reflect social issues. Founded in 2012 by violinist Hajnal Pivnick and composer/pianist Dorian Wallace, the group forms with the purpose of creating new work in a highly collaborative environment.
Since 1965, the Music of the Americas Concert Series has presented musical luminaries such as Plácido Domingo, Antonio Meneses, Mercedes Sosa, Egberto Gismonti, Hermeto Pascoal, Continuum Ensemble, Bobby Sanabria, Inti-Illimani, Cuarteto Latinoamericano, Jaime Laredo, the Spanish Harlem Orchestra, Tanya Tagaq, and many others.