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Dec 11 2020

UCLA FLUX Contemporary Music Fall Concert


UCLA FLUX contemporary music ensemble presents student performances prepared over the quarter.

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Drei Kleine Stücke, Op. 11 (1914, pub. 1924)
Anton Webern (1883 - 1945)
I. Mäßige
II. Sehr bewegt
III. Äußerst ruhig
Euan Shields, cello
Brandon Zhou, piano

Cross Hatch, 1982
Toru Takemitsu (1930 - 1996)
Jonathan Schlitt, marimba
Nick Carlozzi, keyboard

Accords perdus – Cinq Miniatures (Composed: 1987, premiered 1988)
Gérard Grisey (1946 - 1998)
1. Mouvement
Rachel Boehl, horn I
Rachel Boehl, horn II

Low Agenda, 2007
Gernot Wolfgang (b. 1957)
Evelyn Coffey, bassoon
Joel Bickel, bass

14 Fragmente aus Rückblick (1993)
György Kurtág (b. 1926)
I. Alcohol
II. In memoriam F.M. Dostojewski
Chris Chevet, trumpet
Nico Hernandez, double bass
Brandon Zhou, piano
Nick Carlozzi, piano

Duet 3 (2010)
Harrison Birtwistle, b. 1934
Thacher Schreiber, English horn
Evelyn Coffey, bassoon

Due Pezzi Perpetua, 2013
Brian Kehlenbach (b. 1958)
Spencer Hart, Tuba I
Hannah Stefureak, Tuba II
Andrew Ordonez, Tuba III

Encounters III: Duel for Trumpet and Percussion (1973)
William Kraft (b. 1923)
I. Strategy
2. Truce of God
Chris Chervet, trumpet
Jonathan Schlitt, percussion

UCLA Flux Fall Concert


View the performances at the video below at 5 pm PT on 12/11.

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