MICHAEL BYRON / DAN JOSEPH
MARCH 9 AT ROULETTE
The Interpretations Series continues on Thursday March 9th, 2023 with a split bill featuring the music of composers Michael Byron and Dan Joseph. Byron’s program will include the premier of his new work In One Second There Will Be A Thousand Plateaus Perhaps for two pianos and small orchestra. A work about “sheer multiplicity which has neither subject nor object,” the piece will be performed by pianists Joseph Kubera and Steve Beck with Petr Kotik conducting members of the S.E.M. Ensemble. Also included will be an encore performance of his 2018 composition Fabric for String Noise performed by violin duo String Noise (Conrad Harris and Pauline Kim Harris). Brooklyn-based Joseph will offer a program of new and recent chamber works that emphasize differing approaches to rhythm and counterpoint, including Underground Suite for marimba and saxophone, Eucalyptus Quartet for violin, cello, saxophone and clarinet, and a new work for piano. The works will be performed by pianist Marija Ilic, saxophonists Erin Rogers and Chris Mannigan, percussionist Danny Tunick, violinist Tom Chiu and cellist Clara Kennedy.
The concert will take place at 8pm at Roulette, 509 Atlantic Ave., Brooklyn, NY. Tickets are $20 for adults, $15 for students & seniors, available at Roulette.org and Interpretations.info.