CONCERT RECAP: May 18th
In May 18th, we had our first concert at the New York Society for Ethical Culture as part of the CreArt Music Series. This series is designed to reach new audiences combining classical chamber music, new pieces by living composers, and New York-based ensembles and soloists, such as electric violinist, Todd Reynolds, composer and video artist, Luke DuBois, flutist Ransom Wilson, bandoneonist JP Jofre, or Le Train Bleu Ensemble.
Time Out: A new ensemble devoted to multidisciplinary events
Located in the earth of the Upper West Side (64th St & Central Park West), New York Society for Ethical Culture is one of the secret gems of the city—a state-of-the-art landmark historic building that holds a distinct place in the city’s architectural history. It has a rich and vibrant performing history for all arts, with particular regard for music. In fact, supporting music is at the core of the Society’s mission statement.
Projection and Light design by Guillermo Laporta
The group’s core is composed of flute, clarinet, violin, cello, and piano instrumentalists. However, it also holds a flexible roster of over twenty NYC-based soloists, composers, choreographers, designers, painters, and actors from different ensembles, such as the New York Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, Carnegie Hall ACJW Ensemble and BBC Orchestra.
Johnna Wu, violinist
Julia Yang, cellist
Nicholas Gallas, clarinetist
Guillermo Laporta, flutist
Josefina Urraca, pianist