Morse Recital Hall
- 155 W. 65th St., New York, NY 10023
In preparation for Juilliard’s forthcoming collaboration with ARRAY as part of the inaugural California Festival, chamber music and jazz students present an Open Studio. This informal event will feature light refreshments and conversation as well as run-throughs of works curated by Oscar-nominated and Emmy-winning composer and pianist Kris Bowers (BM '10, MM '12, jazz studies). The event will be hosted by Creative Associate at Large and faculty member Nadia Sirota (BM ’04, MM ’06, viola; Academy ’08).
If you will be in Los Angeles on Friday, November 17, or wish to tune in for the livestream of the festival, please join us for ARRAY x Juilliard @ CA Festival.
TERENCE BLANCHARD ARR. SHELBIE RASSLER (MM ’22, composition) II. Levees from A Tale of God’s Will (A Requiem for Katrina)
HOAGY CARMICHAEL ARR. NEAL HEFTI TRANS. NATE SPARKS (BM ’17, jazz studies) “Stardust” from Clifford Brown With Strings
SIMON LAKS II. Poco lento, sostenuto from String Quartet No. 3 “On Polish Folk Themes”
STEVE REICH (’61, composition) III. After the war from Different Trains
GABRIELLA SMITH Carrot Revolution
Know before you go! Read the digital program.
Please note the program list is in alphabetical order. The program is subject to change.
Juilliard’s Creative Enterprise programming, including the Creative Associates program, is generously supported by the Jody and John Arnhold and the Arnhold Foundation.
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