Canta Libre Chamber Ensemble In Concert On September 22 At Vanderbilt Museum's Reichert Planetarium
The acclaimed Canta Libre Chamber Ensemble will be in concert, performing A Heavenly Flight of the Autumn Sky, music for flute, clarinet, harp and strings on Saturday, September 22 at 6:00 PM at the Vanderbilt Museum's Charles and Helen Reichert Planetarium, 180 Little Neck Road in Centerport, NY.
Repertoire for this special concert celebrating the Fall equinox will be contemporary American works for seven players, including the World Premiere of Joel Lambdin's Abstract No. 1 (composed to commemorate this special event), Joseph Russo's Distant Light and Gary Schocker's Cherry Blossoms, along with contemporary Canadian composer Marjan Mozetich's Angels in Flight and Ravel's Introduction and Allegro.
The 147-seat Planetarium's 60-foot dome and advanced Konica Minolta projection system with full-dome video and surround-sound creates an exciting, immersive audience experience.
Performers will be Canta Libre members Sally Shorrock, flute, Karen Lindquist, harp, Bradley Bosenbeck, violin, Veronica Salas, viola and Bernard Tamosaitis, cello, with special guests Janey Choi, violin and Alec Manasse, clarinet.
Tickets for this concert are $20 on-line; $25 at the door; and $15 for children 15 and younger. For more information, call 631-854-5579 or visit https://www.vanderbiltmuseum.org/event/cantra-libre-chamber-ensemble-to-perform-in-planetarium/.
Canta Libre was founded in 2002 by flutist Sally Shorrock to foster the performance and enjoyment of musical literature specifically written for flute, harp and strings. They have been acclaimed by audiences throughout the Northeast, with regular performances in Connecticut, Westchester and Long Island. They were featured at The American Harp Society 50th Anniversary National Conference, and have appeared at Lincoln Center, on WNYC at The Green Space, The Music Festival of the Hamptons, Barge Music, Concerts at One at Trinity Church in Manhattan, WLIW TV, National Public Radio of Long Island, and The Brooklyn Public Library. Trained at the finest conservatories, many of the members have performed and toured internationally with appearances at major festivals, including Aspen, Spoleto and Tanglewood. Their critically-acclaimed CD of music by Jean Francaix, Joseph Guy Ropartz, Jean Yves Daniel-Lesur and Maurice Ravel is available on the 4Tay label from http://www.jamesarts.com/4tay/4033-cantalibre-popup.html. Much more about them at http://www.cantalibre.org.