Come see Ellipsis Trio, Boston's newest young and dynamic piano trio, recipients of 2013 Rosenbloom Career Grant perform an eclectic collection of works influenced by the American spirit.
This program will include a romantic, impressionistic trio by Amy Beach, one of America's first prominent female composers; a set of three short nocturnes by Jewish composer, Ernest Bloch; an exciting latin-influenced work by living Puerto Rican composer Roberto Sierra and Ellipsis' first commission by the young American composer D.J. Sparr.
Mr. Sparr is one of America's most exciting young composers. He is currently the composer in residence with the California Symphony and his latest opera, written for the Washington National Opera about Muhammed Ali, was premiered last year. Critics describe his music as "iridescent and wondrous". We agree!
Admission: $10, free to the MIT community with ID.
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