Anthony Braxton’s Tri-Centric Foundation Works at New York’s Roulette

unnamedOn Nov 22, 2015 at Roulette (Brooklyn), Anthony Braxton‘s Tri-Centric, in partnership with Nobel laureate Dr.Torsten Wiesel, will present its third Tri-Centric Orchestra Commissioning Series, premiering works for creative orchestra by composers Michael Attias, Dan Blake, Joseph Daley and Jessica Pavone, conducted by Taylor Ho Bynum. Previously, the Tri-Centric Orchestra has premiered works by Anthony Braxton, Taylor Ho Bynum, Jason Kao Hwang, Ingrid Laubrock, Nicole Mitchell, Kamala Sankaram and Mark Taylor.

Tri-Centric Orchestra Commissioning Series, now in its third year, was created to offer creative artists the opportunity to create ambitious new musical works, following Braxton’s tradition of innovative and uncompromising musical exploration. This year, the Commissioning Series has the generous support of Dr.Torsten Wiesel, 1981 Nobel laureate in Physiology or Medicine, a global human rights advocate and an ardent supporter of the arts.

Sunday November 22, 2015
7PM
Roulette 509 Atlantic Ave. Brooklyn NY
General Admission: $20 Members/Students/Seniors: $15
$25/20 Tickets at the door

Tri-Centric Orchestra Commissioning Series
Presenting works by Michael Attias, Dan Blake, Joseph Daley, Jessica Pavone

From the Angel (Attias)
Agora (Blake)
Rivers We Have Crossed (Daley)
When the World Changes Around You (Pavone)

Tri-Centric Orchestra:
Violins: Erica Dicker (concertmaster), Sarah Bernstein, Julianne Carney, Jean Cook, Jason Kao Hwang, Gwen Laster, Scott Tixier, Helen Yee
Violas: Jeanann Dara, Stephanie Griffin, Brian Thompson
Cellos: Chris Hoffman, Marika Hughes, Tomas Ulrich
Bass: Ken Filiano, Carl Testa
Flute: Domenica Fossati
Oboe: Libby van Cleve
English horn: Katie Scheele
Bassoon: Sara Schoenbeck
Clarinet/sax: Michael McGinnis, Oscar Noriega, Josh Sinton
Trumpet/cornet: Jonathan Finlayson, Kirk Knuffke
French horn: Vincent Chancey
Trombone: Sam Kulik
Tuba: Jay Rozen
Percussion: Matt Moran, David Shively, Aaron Siegel
Conductor: Taylor Ho Bynum