Music on the Edge: Now Ensemble


March 23, 2013 - 8:00pm

Music on the Edge and The Andy Warhol Museum present NOW ENSEMBLE, a dynamic group of performers and composers dedicated to making new chamber music for the 21st century. The groundbreaking composer/performer collective will premiere Patrick Burke and Emily Pinkerton’s Rounder Songs and a new work by Mark Dancigers. Also on the program are Sarah Kirkland Snider's Pale as Centuries, Samson Kar-Fai Young's Night Song, and Judd Greenstein's Change Triology.

"NOW... imports a catchy inflection to classical forms... Striking a balance between the old and the new has rarely sounded this good." –Newsweek

With a unique instrumentation of flute, clarinet, electric guitar, double bass, and piano, the ensemble brings a fresh sound and a new perspective to the classical tradition, infused with the musical influences that reflect the diverse backgrounds of its members.

Tickets are available online, by calling 412-624-play (7529), or at the Pitt Repertory Theatre Box Office Monday–Friday, 1–4 p.m. (except when the University is closed and during the week of Thanksgiving). The Pitt Repertory Theatre Box Office is located in the lower level of the Stephen Foster Memorial. Tickets in advance: general admission is $15; students and seniors are $10. At the door: general admission is $20; students and seniors are $15 (no free student tickets at The Warhol).

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