Bloomingdale School of Music presents: A Companion Guide to Sound
Oct
12
6:30 PM18:30

Bloomingdale School of Music presents: A Companion Guide to Sound

Chartreuse presents a free concert at Bloomingdale School of Music (108th and Broadway), where our violist Carrie is on faculty.

A Companion Guide to Sound

Andrew Norman: The Companion Guide to Rome

Amy Brandon: Threads

Anna Thorvaldsdottir: Spectra

and more!

Matthew Ricketts: Another Round (2016)*

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Chartreuse at Gloria Dei Lutheran Church
Jul
12
7:00 PM19:00

Chartreuse at Gloria Dei Lutheran Church

Chartreuse at Gloria Dei Lutheran Church

Chartreuse is Myra Hinrichs, violin, Carrie Frey, viola, and Helen Newby, cello. The trio arrives in Saint Paul from Chicago and New York City to enjoy the Minnesota summer and learn some new music!

Program:

Amy Brandon: Threads

Anna Thorvaldsdottir: Spectra

Peter Swendsen: Migration Study

Andrew Norman: The Companion Guide to Rome

Luciano Berio: Divertimento

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Bloomingdale School of Music presents: Medieval Mystical
Mar
8
7:00 PM19:00

Bloomingdale School of Music presents: Medieval Mystical

Chartreuse presents a free concert at Bloomingdale School of Music (108th and Broadway), where our violist Carrie is on faculty. Come for old sounds made new! Featuring New York premieres of recent works by Daniel Tacke and Matthew Ricketts.

Medieval Mystical

Sciarrino, Salvatore: Codex Purpureus I (1983)

Daniel Tacke: Symbolum: Palilogia (2017)*

Eliza Brown: Figure to Ground (2016)

Sofia Gubaidulina: String Trio (1989)

Matthew Ricketts: Another Round (2016)*

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Feb
9
6:30 PM18:30

Groupmuse: Chartreuse Duos

Carrie and Helen play a Groupmuse!

Bach: Selections from the Cello Suites
Lassus: Motets for two voices
Caroline Shaw: Limestone & Felt
Rebecca Clarke: Lullaby & Grotesque
Lutoslawski: Bucolics

Claim your spot here: https://www.groupmuse.com/events/7786/early-access/BAhpAmoe--39d1efe7fbd2d49c46b1e20278d59b3241c5abe4

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Blank Canvas at Future Space: Chartreuse and Solos
Feb
6
8:00 PM20:00

Blank Canvas at Future Space: Chartreuse and Solos

Please join us in the heart of Bushwick for the inaugural Blank Canvas concert at Future Space, a new immersive arts venue and active R&D facility. Blank Canvas showcases experimental musicians sharing their vision of forward looking chamber music.

The concert will feature the aromatic and refreshing string trio Chartreuse (Myra Hinrichs, Carrie Frey, and Helen Newby) performing works by Klaus Lang, Kristina Warren, and Leah Asher. Jon Clancy will perform Zak Argabrite’s piece/installation TOCAR, for solo performer, indeterminate surface and live video. Neil Beckmann will perform Tyler Eschendal’s work This City Is a Stepping Stone for prepared guitar, as well as works by Patricia Alessandrini and Sullivan Boecker.

$20 at the door

www.futurespace.nyc

ensemblechartreuse.com
neilbeckmann.com

kmwarren.org
leahasher.com
soundcloud.com/zakargabrite
tyler-eschendal.com
patriciaalessandrini.com
sullivanboecker.com

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Brown University Presents Chartreuse
Feb
5
8:00 PM20:00

Brown University Presents Chartreuse

  • Brown University Grant Recital Hall (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

https://www.brown.edu/academics/music/events/concert-chartreuse

Grant Recital Hall

Our concert program, Inside Voices, focuses on inner worlds ­– the rhythm of breath, the motion of time, and the occasional existential wail.

Inside Voices

Klaus Lang: Weisse Äpfel (2014)

Marcos Balter: Vision Mantra

Kristina Warren: the chance that time takes (2017)

New works by Reid Merzbacher, Amber Vistein, Martim Galvao, and Marcel Zaes

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High Concept Labs: Ryan Packard - I Haven't Been
Nov
9
8:00 PM20:00

High Concept Labs: Ryan Packard - I Haven't Been

I HAVEN’T BEEN

Fall 2018 Sponsored Artist Ryan Packard, composition Erika Raberg, video

For video, strings, synths, and percussion

Featuring: Chartreuse

Myra Hinrichs, violin

Carrie Frey, viola

Helen Newby, cello

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John McCowen, contrabass clarinet / recorder

Rob Lundberg, bass / electronics

Ryan Packard, drums / synths

Doors will open around 7:45 and the event will run approximately 60 minutes. After the performance there will be snacks.


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Chartreuse at Hillsdale College
Nov
3
8:00 PM20:00

Chartreuse at Hillsdale College

  • Hillsdale College Conrad Recital Hall (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Saturday, November 3rd, 2018, 8pm at the Hillsdale College Conrad Recital Hall.

Professional Artist Series
Chartreuse String Trio is made up of violinist Myra Hinrichs (Chicago), violist Carrie Frey (New York), and cellist Helen Newby (San Francisco). Chartreuse strives to expand the string trio repertoire through close collaboration with emerging and established composers. Their performance will feature the world premiere of palilogia-fragmente by Hillsdale College Associate Professor of Music, Daniel Tacke, along with works by Finnish composer Kaija Saariaho, Tatar-Russian composer Sofia Gubaidulina, and selected fantasias by Henry Purcell.

Free event but tickets required.

Phone: (517) 607-2848
Email: sageboxoffice@hillsdale.edu

Hosted by: Hillsdale College

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Chartreuse at Hillsdale College
Nov
2
8:00 PM20:00

Chartreuse at Hillsdale College

  • Hillsdale College Conrad Recital Hall (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Friday, November 2, 2018, 8pm at the Hillsdale College Conrad Recital Hall.

Professional Artist Series
Chartreuse String Trio is made up of violinist Myra Hinrichs (Chicago), violist Carrie Frey (New York), and cellist Helen Newby (San Francisco). Chartreuse strives to expand the string trio repertoire through close collaboration with emerging and established composers. Their performance will feature the world premiere of palilogia-fragmente by Hillsdale College Associate Professor of Music, Daniel Tacke, along with works by Finnish composer Kaija Saariaho, Tatar-Russian composer Sofia Gubaidulina, and selected fantasias by Henry Purcell.

Free event but tickets required.

Phone: (517) 607-2848
Email: sageboxoffice@hillsdale.edu

Hosted by: Hillsdale College

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Chartreuse Duos + Du.0 at Taszo Espresso Bar
Jan
13
8:00 PM20:00

Chartreuse Duos + Du.0 at Taszo Espresso Bar

Come enjoy a hot beverage and a doughy doughnut or other food item of choice and listen to all your favorite high string instruments! 

Du.0 is Aimée Niemann and Charlotte Munn-Wood, who make feminist-gesamtkunstwerk-chamber-noise played on two violins/sometimes non-violins. 

Chartreuse (duo edition) is Myra Hinrichs on violin and Carrie Frey on viola, serving up squeaks and squawks with a side of weird motets and creatively borrowed percussion music. 

Taszo is a fantastic espresso bar located just off of the 157th St. stop on the 1 train, and we would love to see you there!

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Bloomingdale School of Music: By The Water
Jan
12
7:00 PM19:00

Bloomingdale School of Music: By The Water

We'll be performing a program of upgraded water music at Bloomingdale School of Music, where our own Carrie Frey is on faculty. In addition to the New York premiere of Leah Asher's "Let me know what you find," we'll play music by Kaija Saariaho, Pauline Oliveros, Rebecca Clarke, and Bethany Younge. Julia Henderson will be joining us on cello. This show is free and very near Absolute Bagels, so you really can't go wrong! 

January 12, 7 - 8 p.m.
Bloomingdale School of Music
323 W 108th St
Take the A or the 1 to 110th St.

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permutations111217: andPlay and Chartreuse
Nov
12
8:00 PM20:00

permutations111217: andPlay and Chartreuse

General admission $15/Student $10

NYC’s violin/viola duo andPlay and violin/viola/cello trio Chartreuse team up to bring recently commissioned works from living composers.

Chartreuse's set:

Klaus Lang: weisse äpfel

Matthew Ricketts: Another Round *written for Chartreuse

Leah Asher: let me know what you find. *written for Chartreuse

Marcos Balter: Vision Mantra

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Chartreuse at CCRMA
Nov
9
7:30 PM19:30

Chartreuse at CCRMA

Join us at Stanford's Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics (CCRMA)!

Klaus Lang: weisse äpfel

Matthew Ricketts: Another Round *world premiere

Leah Asher: let me know what you find. *world premiere

Marcos Balter: Vision Mantra

Kristina Warren: the chance that time takes *trio version premiere

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Permutations110817: andPlay and Chartreuse
Nov
8
8:00 PM20:00

Permutations110817: andPlay and Chartreuse

Tickets: $15 General, $10 Members
Buy Tickets Online
Tickets also available at the door

Permutations brings strings to C4NM for it’s latest iteration. NYC’s violin/viola duo andPlay and violin/viola/cello trio Chartreuse team up to bring recently commissioned works from living composers.

Program: 

Klaus Lang: Weisse äpfel

Matthew Ricketts: Another Round *world premiere

Leah Asher: let me know what you find (2017) *world premiere

Marcos Balter: Vision Mantra

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The Barnes Ensemble - Premiere Concert - Ramifications
Oct
8
7:00 PM19:00

The Barnes Ensemble - Premiere Concert - Ramifications

October 8, 7 - 9pm

Barnes Ensemble Premiere Concert: “Ramifications”

Barnes Foundation, Annenberg Court

Don’t miss the debut performance of the Barnes Ensemble. This concert is the culmination of the nine-day festival and features the work of contemporary composers-in-residence Chaya Czernowin and Eric Wubbels, and the US premiere of Clara Iannotta’s dead wasps in the jam-jar (ii), as well as works by György Ligeti, Ruth Crawford Seeger, and Zosha di Castri.

 

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The Barnes Ensemble - Chaya Czernowin's Anea - Master Class
Oct
7
7:00 PM19:00

The Barnes Ensemble - Chaya Czernowin's Anea - Master Class

October 7, 7 - 9pm

Chaya Czernowin Master Class

University of Pennsylvania, Rose Recital Hall at Fisher-Bennett Hall (3340 Walnut Street, 4th Floor); free and open to the public

Internationally acclaimed composer and Harvard professor Chaya Czernowin will present an open workshop with Barnes Ensemble Fellows on her string octet Anea. Czernowin will coach the Fellows and discuss elements of her composition.  

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The Barnes Ensemble - “Nature/Renewed” at the Curtis Institute of Music
Oct
4
7:00 PM19:00

The Barnes Ensemble - “Nature/Renewed” at the Curtis Institute of Music

October 4, 7 - 9pm

Chamber Music Concert: “Nature/Renewed”

Curtis Institute of Music, Gould Hall; free and open to the public

See the Barnes Ensemble members in an energetic and virtuosic chamber music program that includes Loren Loiacono’s Waxing Cerulean, Xenakis’s Tetras, Weisse Äpfel by Klaus Lang, Wolfgang Rihm’s in nuce, and Natura Renovatur by Giacinto Scelsi.

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The Barnes Ensemble - Open Rehearsal
Oct
4
10:00 AM10:00

The Barnes Ensemble - Open Rehearsal

October 4, 10am - 12pm Open Rehearsal

Barnes Foundation, Annenberg Court; sold out

Enjoy, learn, and listen at an open rehearsal with the Barnes Ensemble. In this educational behind-the-scenes program, you’ll see how music director Robert Whalen works with professional musicians who specialize in contemporary orchestral music. You’ll also have a chance to ask questions and meet the performers.

The Barnes Foundation announces the creation of its own contemporary music ensemble, the Barnes Ensemble.

Chosen from around the world in a competitive application process, these young professional musicians will gather in Philadelphia from September 30 to October 8, 2017, to play at this premiere festival. The JACK Quartet will appear as the core of this new collective, alongside 20 Barnes Ensemble Fellows, with music director Robert Whalen conducting. Composers-in-residence Chaya Czernowin (Harvard University) and Eric Wubbels (NYC; Wet Ink Ensemble) will join us for master classes on their own works with the Fellows, and the festival will host the US premiere of Clara Iannotta’s dead wasps in the jam-jar (ii).

Fellows will participate in nine days of workshops, master classes, and chamber concerts. Over the course of the fellowships, they will be working with more than 800 schoolchildren across the Philadelphia region. This intense rehearsal and performance period will culminate in the highly anticipated Barnes Ensemble premiere on October 8.

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Madison New Music Festival at Memorial Union Terrace: Chartreuse Duos
Aug
12
3:00 PM15:00

Madison New Music Festival at Memorial Union Terrace: Chartreuse Duos

On Saturday, August 12 at 3 PM, the Festival goes to the Memorial Union Terrace for FREE event, generously cosponsored by WUD Music! Join us to hear: 

-Local wind quintet Black Marigold play a work they commissioned, "Beer Music" by Brian DuFord inspired by different kinds of beer-- and you can sip as you listen! 

-A percussion quartet from local percussionist/composer Dave Alcorn, played by the composer himself (and friends)!

-Chicago-based new music ensemble Chartreuse, who will this time play a work by emerging composer Andy Akiho, and their own interactive treatment of very old music from Orlande de Lassus. 

-Local percussionist Garrett Mendelow plays a piece by Wilco drummer Glenn Kotche, and a piece for vibraphone and electronics by Bruce Hamilton.

Sit back, kick back a beer, and listen to fresh sounds on the lake!

About the Festival: 
Started in 2016 by Juilliard-graduated composer and Madison native Zachary Green, the Madison New Music Festival aims to strengthen Madison’s cultural vitality through the celebration of contemporary works. The festival presents brand new pieces by the world’s leading and emerging composers, shares underplayed classics of the contemporary repertoire, and shines a spotlight on new music created here in Wisconsin. After a highly successful inaugural concert in August 2016 at the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art, the MNMF is expanding this year to feature four exciting concerts throughout the city of Madison over the weekend of Thursday, August 10- Saturday 12, 2017. The festival will feature over 15 different performers and ensembles, playing works by living composers from around the world, as well as from right here in Wisconsin-- all for ticket prices of just $10 or less (Union Terrace performance is free).

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Thirsty Ears Festival: Chartreuse Duos
Aug
12
1:00 PM13:00

Thirsty Ears Festival: Chartreuse Duos

ACM is proud to present the second annual Thirsty Ears Festival: Chicago’s only classical music street festival! 

For two days Wilson street between Hermitage and Ravenswood will be closed to feature fifteen stellar ensembles and soloists performing music from Beethoven to Shostakovich to Reich and everything in between on the main stage.

We’ll also have delicious beer from Empirical Brewing, vendor booths, kid friendly activities and food trucks on both days including Empanadas 5411, Pierogi Wagon and Bruges Brothers.

$5 suggested donation, all proceeds support the ACM School of Music.

Sponsored in part by:
Shure
PianoForte Chicago
Empirical Brewing
98.7 WFMT
WTTW Channel 11
Cliffdwellers Foundation


MUSIC LINEUP

Saturday, August 12
1:00 Katinka Kleijn and Sebastian Huydts
2:00 Ursa Ensemble
3:00 Amos Gillespie Quartet
3:00 Ravenswood Community Orchestra (All Saints Church)
4:00 Crossing Borders Music
5:00 Seasoned Trio
6:00 Gaudete Brass Quintet
7:00 Chartreuse Duos
8:00 Picosa

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Madison New Music Festival at Bethel Lutheran Church: Chartreuse Duos
Aug
11
8:00 PM20:00

Madison New Music Festival at Bethel Lutheran Church: Chartreuse Duos

On Friday, August 11th at 8PM, the Festival moves to Bethel Lutheran - Madison, WI for an evening of surprising and beautiful new sounds! Join us to hear:

-A quintet for flute and percussion by Romanian composer Doina Rotaru, performed by flutist Iva Ugrčić and local percussionists

-Chartreuse, who will perform "13 Changes" from recently departed new music legend Pauline Oliveros and Cantus Fractibilis, by Peter Kramer.

-a vocal set from frequent Madison Opera star Emily Birsan, soprano and pianist/composer Scott Gendel, including some of Scott's own work

-A new work from festival director Zachary Green honoring the memory of local violinist Brittany Musumeci, played with violinist Lydia Sewell. 

$10 admission/$5 students!

About the Madison New Music Festival:

Started in 2016 by Juilliard-graduated composer and Madison native Zachary Green, the Madison New Music Festival aims to strengthen Madison’s cultural vitality through the celebration of contemporary works. The festival presents brand new pieces by the world’s leading and emerging composers, shares underplayed classics of the contemporary repertoire, and shines a spotlight on new music created here in Wisconsin. After a highly successful inaugural concert in August 2016 at the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art, the MNMF is expanding this year to feature four exciting concerts throughout the city of Madison over the weekend of Thursday, August 10- Saturday 12, 2017. The festival will feature over 15 different performers and ensembles, playing works by living composers from around the world, as well as from right here in Wisconsin-- all for ticket prices of just $10. 

HELP SUPPORT THE FESTIVAL: 
https://fundraising.fracturedatlas.org/madison-new-music-festival/campaigns/905

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