New York-based cellist Inbal Segev continues to expand her range. At her concert last week at Roulette entitled "21st Century Women," she championed new works by contemporary composers. A few.
On Saturday, Aug. 19, at 8 p.m., young, virtuoso performers cellist Inbal Segev and pianist Alon Goldstein present a duo-recital of great works for cello and piano, and for piano solo.
Bid to win the chance to enjoy drinks with Associate Artistic Director, Mandy Hackett, at The Library restaurant at The Public Theater before seeing the not to be missed production, White Noise, as he.
Traditional Arabic, Tish Nign (18th-century Klezmer tune) Traditional Arabic , Dulab Bayat Handel , Concerto Grosso in G minor, Op.6 no.6, HWV 324 ("Musette")
This concert is for younger audiences and marks the third gretna music 4 kids show. Aug. 12: Inbal Segev. Cellist Segev will perform solo works by 21st century women composers.
Inbal Segev, New York, NY. 9,361 likes 241 talking about this. israeli-american cellist equally committed to new repertoire and known masterworks..
Cellist Inbal Segev, language created by and for women in 13th century Hunan Province of China.. first formation in the Baroque era through its current manifestation in the 21st Century.
Inbal Segev Performs Solo Cello Works by 21st Century Women Composers. Date, location, and tickets.. $18-25. Get Tickets. Share The event. event information. cellist inbal segev presents a program of music for solo cello by five of today’s prominent women composers-Anna Clyne, Missy.
Merkin Concert Hall, 129 West 67th Street, New York, NY.. inbal segev: 21st century women. and Kaija Saariaho. The program’s focal point, Legend of Sigh, is a new multimedia, immersive piece for cello and electronics written for Segev by Razaz with video and projection design by.
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Inbal Segev Performs Solo Cello Works by 21st Century Women Composers Thursday, February 28, 2019 at 8pm January 20, 2019 Comment Off 9 Views
Three women sung tick-tocks from the left side of the stage, a bizarre effect. But first course was indeed the meat course at the state dinner, so to speak. This was the 30-minute cello concerto (world premiere) by Timo Andres (b. 1985), titled "Upstate Obscura", performed with cellist Inbal Segev.