Music at Noon

Music At Noon: Who Stood Upon Mount Horev

Original music and experimental music theater inspired by medieval Jewish and Catholic chant
Shoresh Nishmat – trio for clarinet, cello and piano
La Testa Di Santa Caterina (St. Catherine’s Head) – monodrama for soprano, clarinet, cello and vibraphone
Who Stood Upon Mount Horev (world premiere) for voice, accordion, bass, piano and electronics.
Ariadne Greif – Soprano
Tomas Cruz – Voice
Borey Shin – Accordion
Kathryn Schulmeister – Double Bass
Sarah Fylak – Electronics
Matti Kovler – Piano
Artem Belogurov – Piano
Yoni Draiblate – Cello
Michael Roberts – Vibraphone
Denexxel Domingo – Clarinet
Russian born Israeli composer Matti Kovler wrote his first opera at the age of 17. With an original libretto based on Hansel and Gretel, Kovler’s Ami and Tammy combined Bernstein influences with neo-classical allusions and parodies of Soviet operettas. Kovler’s music has since been performed in Israel, Europe and US by Boston Modern Orchestra Project, Metropole Orchestra (Netherlands), Fox Studio’s Symphony Orchestra, Ariel String Quartet (Israel) and Dinosaur Annex New Music Ensemble (Boston) among others.

Concert Coordinator: Arthur Rishi a.rishi@neu.edu 617.373.2671

Dec01

Wed, Dec 01, 2010

12:00 pm

Free

Fenway Center

77 St. Stephen Street
Boston, MA