From yMusic: “Upcoming dates and other news!”


Upcoming dates and other news!

We are excited to be reaching out with so many pieces of fantastic news! Last week, we headed out for our first concert dates of 2018. We’ve begun in LA for a residency w/ USC’s composition and dance department. Next, we drop by Lansing for a residency and performance at MSU, followed by a recital in Detroit. Dates and info below:

4/4: 2 free shows, 5 & 8:30pm, at USC’s Glorya Kaufman International Dance Center. RSVP here.

4/6: 8pm yMusic recital at Fairchild Theatre, Lansing MI
Tickets here.

4/7: 8:30pm yMusic recital at The Cube, Detroit MI
Tickets here

At the end of April, we begin rehearsals with Paul Simon for “Homeward Bound: The Farewell Tour.” We are super honored to be joining Paul and his band for an extensive tour of North America and Europe. In addition to joining forces with the touring band, yMusic will also accompany Paul on its own for a few featured numbers each night. Dates were recently announced, and more information is available on Paul’s website.

Additionally, in late June, we will return to Sarasota Music Festival to premiere an exciting new work for yMusic and pianist, Jeffrey Kahane, written by Robert Sirota. It’s the festival’s very first commission, and we couldn’t be more thrilled to be a part of it.

Jeffrey Kahane, pianist

Robert Sirota, composer

For those of you who like videos, please check out this preview for our concert at USC as well as this recently released video of us performing with The Tallest Man on Earth at Pioneer Works. See you all soon!

See a synopsis of the full article received via email here .

Alex Sopp
C.J. Camerieri
Gabriel Cabezas
Hideaki Aomori
Nadia Sirota
Rob Moose

Hailed by Performance Today’s Fred Child as “one of the groups that has really helped to shape the future of classical music,” yMusic is a group of six New York City instrumentalists flourishing in the overlap between the pop and classical worlds. Their virtuosic execution and unique configuration (string trio, flute, clarinet, and trumpet) has attracted the attention of high profile collaborators—from Paul Simon to Ben Folds to Jose Gonzalez—and inspired an expanding repertoire of original works by some of today’s foremost composers, including Nico Muhly and Andrew Norman.
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