JAN 31ST: The Music of Julian Anderson

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During his time with the Boston Symphony Orchestra, composer Julian Anderson will also work on a few of his chamber works across the street with NEC students, as well as members of the Callithumpian Consort. These pieces will be performed tonight, along with Beat Furrer’s psychological masterpiece “Lotófagos.”

Prior to the concert, on January 26, Julian Anderson will speak about his influences and works in the co-presented event, “Do You Hear What I Hear.” The event takes place in Williams Hall starting at 6pm.



  • Anderson: The Colour of Pomegranates

Sho Kato (Alto Flute), Thomas Burrill (Piano)

  • Furrer: Lotófagos for soprano and doublebass

Nina Guo (Soprano), Edward Kass (Double Bass)

  • Anderson: String Quartet No.2: 300 Weihnachtslieder

von Himmel – resonet – schön leuchtet – ein Kind geboren – O Engle, kommt! – Gaudete! – Lieblich, freundlich …

Gabriela Diaz (Violin), Lilit Hartunian (Violin), Ashleigh Gordon (Viola), David Russell (Cello)

  • Anderson: Ring Dance

Austin Hansen (Violin), Hee-soo Yoon (Violin)

  • Anderson: Van Gogh Blue

L’Aube, soleil naissant – Les Vignobles – Les Alpilles – Eygalieres – la nuit, peindre les étoiles

Hye-Won Suh (Flute), Aleksis Martin (Clarinet), Brittnee Pool (Clarinet), Pamela Hope Wilk (Harp), Pierre-Nicolas Colombat (Piano), Carly Scena (Viola), Nitzan Gal (Cello), Kathryn Nottage (Double Bass)

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