Saturday, March 4, 2021 at 8 pm
Pickman Hall at the Longy School of Music
PUTS – Seven Seascapes
RUEHR – Walk Through a Strange Landscape WORLD PREMIERE
MOZART – Sonata for bassoon and cello in B-flat, K.292
REICH – New York Counterpoint
In Pulitzer Prize-winner Kevin Puts’ Seven Seascapes for winds and strings, each movement is inspired a different poet’s verse describing the power and allure of the ocean. Next, the world premiere of a trio for oboe, viola and piano by Boston composer Elena Ruehr, who will be in attendance, written expressly for Radius Ensemble artistic director Jennifer Montbach and colleagues. Finally, master of minimalism Steve Reich’s mesmerizing New York Counterpoint for clarinet and backing track. Plus a Mozart duo for bassoon and cello.
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Pictured: Elena Ruehr, Kevin Puts, Steve Reich, Mozart