Programming New Music for Old Instruments

Friday, January 5
3:20-4:30 PM
Location: Palace Room, 9th Floor

Speakers:
Beverly Au
Gene Murrow
Allan Kozinn
Kristin Norderval

Contemporary music and early music are two of the most vibrant genres in chamber music today. Where they intersect—new music written for old instruments—has produced a rich literature appealing to artists, audiences, and presenters alike. The panel will discuss the benefits to presenters of programming new works performed by early music ensembles; the elements of historical instruments that appeal to composers and audiences; and why early music is trending among contemporary listeners. Join us for a lively discussion!