Sound Series: Ekmeles

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Saturday, January 30, 2016 – 8pm
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General $20
Student $15
Advance$15/$10 students
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The Warhol and Music on the Edge welcome the innovative vocal ensemble Ekmeles, which is dedicated to the performance of new and rarely heard works and gems of the historical avant-garde. New York is home to a vibrant instrumental New Music scene, with a relative paucity of vocal music. Ekmeles was founded to fill the gap by presenting a new a cappella repertoire for solo voices and by collaborating with these instrumental ensembles. It will be performing music by Elliott Carter, Jeffrey Gavett, Peter Ablinger, and more.

The performance is co-presented with the Music on the Edge series and Pitt Jazz Studies of the University of Pittsburgh Department of Music.

FREE parking is available in The Warhol lot.

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The Warhol and Music on the Edge welcome the innovative vocal ensemble Ekmeles, which is dedicated to the performance of new and rarely heard works and gems of the historical avant-garde. New York is home to a vibrant instrumental New Music scene, with a relative paucity of vocal music. Ekmeles was founded to fill the gap by presenting a new a cappella repertoire for solo voices and by collaborating with these instrumental ensembles. It will be performing music by Elliott Carter, Jeffrey Gavett, Peter Ablinger, and more.

The performance is co-presented with the Music on the Edge series and Pitt Jazz Studies of the University of Pittsburgh Department of Music.

FREE parking is available in The Warhol lot.

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