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SoundLAB

OCTOBER 15-18, 2018
Barnes/Stokowski Festival

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INTO DARKNESS

AT FIRST LIGHT

 
 

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Philadelphia Orchestra Press Release

September 19, 2018 - Read it here.

Upcoming Concerts - free and open

Tuesday 10/16: “Into Darkness” with the JACK Quartet

American Philosophical Society, Benjamin Franklin Hall
427 Chestnut St, PA 19106
7:30 – 9:30pm

Thursday 10/18: “At First Light” - SoundLAB Debut

Philadelphia Episcopal Cathedral
23 S 38th St, Philadelphia, PA 19104
7:30 – 9:30pm

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INTO DARKNESS on October 16

AT FIRST LIGHT on October 18



SoundLAB, a contemporary music ensemble led by Music Director Robert Whalen and Artistic Director Katherine Skovira, performs curated programs that advocate for the work of living composers and the voices of contemporary musicians. SoundLAB debuts with the Philadelphia Orchestra’s Barnes-Stokowski Festival this October 15-18, 2018, with four days of events and concerts. These curated programs will extend the musical influences of Barnes and Stokowski into the present day with notable U.S. and Philadelphia premieres of works by living composers. SoundLAB’s two concerts (October 16 and 18) feature the JACK Quartet as guest artists and Augusta Read Thomas as Composer-in-Residence alongside contemporary musicians from around the world.

Just as Barnes and Stokowski supported the growth of innovative art in Philadelphia, SoundLAB’s two chamber concerts of contemporary repertoire will serve as a laboratory for new music in Philadelphia, on October 16 at the American Philosophical Society and on October 18 at the Philadelphia Episcopal Cathedral.

For more information, visit www.soundlabensemble.com and read the official press release at https://www.philorch.org/press-room/news/.


SPONSORS and PARTNERS

The participation of SoundLAB in the Barnes/Stokowski Festival has been made possible through the New Music Fund, a program of FACE Foundation, with generous funding from the Cultural Services of the French Embassy in the United States, the Florence Gould Foundation, Fondation CHANEL, the French Ministry of Culture, the Institut Français-Paris, and SACEM (Société des Auteurs, Compositeurs, et Editeurs de Musique).

Additional support is provided by the University of Pennsylvania Music Department’s Contemporary Music Series and the American Composers Forum Philadelphia Chapter.