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Rearview Mirror: A Contemporary Glance on Flauto d’Amore

Date, location, and tickets

Sunday, May 26, 2019
at 7:30 PM

Greenwich House
46 Barrow Street
New York, NY 10014

$15—20



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Rear View Mirror: A Contemporary Glance on Flauto D’Amore

Ginevra Petrucci, Flauto D’Amore

 

Rear View Mirror is a project involving the creation of a new repertoire for the flauto d’amore, an

instrument that, in its modern form, is completely unknown. This instrument, while originally

belonging to the Baroque era, received a modern prototype thanks to a commission by Gian-Luca

Petrucci to flute maker Albert Cooper. The instrument, which is produced in very limited quantities,

has no contemporary repertoire: Rear View Mirror is the first ever performance of new works written

specifically for the flauto d’amore. The concert features the world premiere of Nathan Hudson’s

Textured Air, Gleb Kanasevich’s don’t wake them up, Liliya Ugay’s Sweet Suite and Max Grafe’s Trio

Sonata. Rear View Mirror engages composers of multi-faceted backgrounds and will provide the

musical community with a new sound to explore and employ in contemporary music settings. This

event will mark the first of a multifold project that is already spanning over the next three years.

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Program:

Textured Air ———————— Nathan Hudson (1992)

Daniel Pate, percussion

 

don’t wake them up ———————— Gleb Kanasevich (1989)

Gleb Kanasevich, electronics

 

Sweet Suite ———————————Liliya Ugay (1990)

Jessica Xylina Osborne, piano

 

Trio Sonata ———————————Max Grafe (1988)

Gleb Kanasevich, clarinet

Chelsea Wimmer, viola

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May 26th 2019, 7:30PM

Renee Weiler Concert Hall @

Greenwich House Music School

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46 Barrow Street / NYC

Tickets: $20/15

 

About Ginevra Petrucci:

Praised by the Italian press as being “one of the most interesting talents of her generation”, and

described as having “a beautiful phrasing, brilliant virtuosity and a legato worthy of a great singer”

by The Flutist Quarterly, Ginevra Petrucci has performed in some of the most prestigious concert

halls throughout Europe (Sala Accademica di Santa Cecilia and Villa Medici, Rome; Teatro La

Fenice, Venice; Sala Maffeiana, Verona; Villa Pignatelli, Naples; Salle Cortot, Paris; Liszt Academy,

Budapest; Chopin Academy, Warsaw), America (Carnegie Hall, New York; Kennedy Center,

Washington D.C.), Japan (Ohji Hall, Tokyo), China, South America and Middle East. She has worked

with composers Kaija Saariaho, Steve Reich, George Crumb, Betsy Jolas and Jean-Michel Damase

and she collaborates with Nuova Consonanza Contemporary Music Festival and La Biennale di

Venezia. An avid and varied performer she works closely and regularly with such artists as Bruno

Canino, Boris Berman, Rocco Filippini and the Kodály Quartet among others, and can be heard on

numerous recordings spanning the repertoire. She is Principal Flute at the Chamber Orchestra of

New York.

For more information visit:

www.ginevrapetrucci.com

ginevra.petrucci@gmail.com