The The Music from Copland House ensemble, hailed by The New York Times for its “bracing and beguiling, exciting and incisive” performances, will be performing with the Fullerton Friends of Chamber Music on Sunday, October 28, 3:30.
The program will feature works by SHOSTAKOVICH, PUTS, LAM, and FAURE.
Music from Copland House is perhaps the country’s only American repertory ensemble with jubilant programs ranging widely over the 150 years of the U.S. musical landscape, playing both American and non-American composers, with top tier musicians who bring this incredible repertoire to life.
Inspired by Copland’s lifelong advocacy of American composers, the ensemble also offers children’s programs, master classes, lectures, residencies, and workshops, and other educational and community outreach activities.
Please explore their website for more info.
MCH has been engaged by the Library of Congress, Monday Evening Concerts in Los Angeles, New York’s Miller Theatre and Merkin Hall, Princeton University, the Caramoor International, Cape Cod, Cooperstown, and Bard Music Festivals, and many other leading presenters, and continues to be heard in a special production for the European Broadcasting Union in over 20 countries. Among its many commissions is Sebastian Currier Static, winner of the 2007 Grawemeyer Award, and it has made several acclaimed recordings for Koch and Arabesque.
“Copland would have been proud of them all.” (Chicago Tribune)