RAM celebrates the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, extending women’s suffrage across the U.S.
The RAM Players (Thomas Piercy, clarinet; Laura Jean Goldberg, violin; Kate Dillingham, cello; Marija Ilic, piano; Pablo Lavandera, piano) will perform an exciting and stylistically varied program featuring world premieres by RAM composer Seth Boustead and guest composer Niloufar Nourbakhsh, as well as the New York premiere of Elisenda Fabregas’ “Masks”.
Seth Boustead “Nothing and Not Much” (2020)
for clarinet, violin, cello, and piano
Gilbert Galindo “They rescued them in their peril” (2017) for clarinet and piano
Elisenda Fabregas “Masks” (2019) for clarinet, cello, piano
(New York Premiere)
Gabriela Lena Frank Adoración para Angelitos from “Sueños de Chambi” (2002) for piano
Jennifer Higdon “Dash” (2001) for clarinet, violin, piano
Irma Urteaga Luminoso from “Escalénicas “ (1992) for piano
Aleksandra Vrebalov “Indigo Codes” (2019) for piano
Dalit Warshaw “Quartet on the Roof” (1990) for clarinet, violin, cello, piano
Thomas Piercy (clarinet), Laura Goldberg (violin), Kate Dillingham (cello), Marija Ilic (piano), Pablo Lavandera (piano)
Guest Artist Taka Kigawa (piano)
LIC Artists, Inc. (LIC-A), is a 501(c)3 non-profit arts advocacy organization founded in 1986 by artists in Long Island City. In 2016, Plaxall, Inc. generously donated a waterfront warehouse space to serve as a fine art gallery, performing arts venue, and community center. LIC-A presents monthly art exhibitions, art classes, theatrical productions, dance and music performances and special events. (www.licartists.org)”