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  • richardmitnick 1:46 PM on November 29, 2018 Permalink | Reply
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    From Ensemble Signal: Wolfgang Mitterer 

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    Wolfgang Mitterer

    “Wherever this group goes, you should follow, and in this case it’s to the music of Wolfgang Mitterer.”
    -David Allen, NY Times Classical Music Listings, Nov. 22, 2018

    We’re very excited about this week’s (free!) concerts featuring the music of Wolfgang Mitterer, presented by the Austrian Cultural Forum! On Thursday, we’ll be at the Austrian Cultural Forum for a performance of Mitterer’s song cycle IM STURM, to be preceded by a conversation between Mitterer and Brad Lubman. On Friday, we’ll move to St. Peter’s Church (Midtown East) for Mitterer’s mobile beats and a set for solo organ & electronics performed by the composer himself! Full details below.

    Hope to see you there!
    xoxo Ensemble Signal

    November 29, 2018 • 8pm
    Austrian Cultural Forum • New York, NY
    Composer Spotlight: Wolfgang Mitterer I
    Free admission • Reserve seats here.

    Program
    On-Stage Discussion with Wolfgang Mitterer and Brad Lubman

    Wolfgang Mitterer: IM STURM (2005)
    11 Songs for Baritone, Electronics, and Prepared Piano, after Franz Schubert

    Personnel
    Ensemble Signal
    Jeffrey Gavett, baritone
    Red Wierenga, piano
    Paul Coleman, sound director
    Brad Lubman, Moderator

    November 30, 2018 • 8pm
    St. Peter’s Church • New York, NY
    Composer Spotlight: Wolfgang Mitterer II
    Free admission, no reservation necessary.

    Program
    Wolfgang Mitterer: mobile beats (2012)
    Ensemble Signal & Brad Lubman, conductor
    Wolfgang Mitterer, electronics

    Wolfgang Mitterer: solo organ & electronics set
    Wolfgang Mitterer, organ & electronics

    Personnel
    Ensemble Signal
    with special guest Wolfgang Mitterer

    Brad Lubman, conductor
    Kelli Kathman, flutes
    Adrián Sandí, clarinets
    Olivia De Prato, violin
    Lauren Radnofsky, cello
    Carson Moody, percussion
    Oliver Hagen, piano
    Paul Coleman, sound director

    Ensemble Signal-Photo Credit Stephanie Berger

    Ensemble Signal, described by the New York Times as “one of the most vital groups of its kind,” is a NY-based ensemble dedicated to offering the broadest possible audience access to a diverse range of contemporary works through performance, commissioning, recording, and education. Since its debut in 2008, the Ensemble has performed over 150 concerts, has given the NY, world, or US premieres of over 20 works, and co-produced nine recordings.

    Signal was founded by Co-Artistic/Executive Director Lauren Radnofsky and Co-Artistic Director/Conductor Brad Lubman. Called a “new music dream team” (TimeOutNY), Signal regularly performs with Lubman and features a supergroup of independent artists from the modern music scene. Lubman, one of the foremost conductors of modern music and a leading figure in the field for over two decades, is a frequent guest with the world’s most distinguished orchestras and new music ensembles.

    Signal’s passion for the diverse range of music being written today is a driving force behind their projects. The Ensemble’s repertoire ranges from minimalism or pop-influenced to the iconoclastic European avant-garde. Signal’s projects are carefully conceived through close collaboration with cooperating presenting organizations, composers, and artists. Signal is flexible in size and instrumentation – everything from solo to large ensemble and opera, including film or multimedia, in any possible combination – enabling it to meet the ever-changing demands on the 21st century performing ensemble.

    The Ensemble is a frequent guest of the finest concert halls and international festivals including Lincoln Center Festival, the Los Angeles Philharmonic’s Series at Walt Disney Concert Hall, BIG EARS Festival, Carnegie Hall’s Zankel Hall, Lincoln Center American Songbook, Cal Performances, Tanglewood Music Festival of Contemporary Music, Ojai Music Festival, the Guggenheim Museum (NY), the Wordless Music Series, and the Bang on a Can Marathon. They regularly work directly with nearly all the composers they perform in order to offer the most authentic interpretations, a list that includes Steve Reich, Helmut Lachenmann, Michael Gordon, David Lang, Julia Wolfe, and Hans Abrahamsen.

    Upcoming premieres include a new work by Steve Reich entitled Runner, for 19 musicians, which Signal premieres at venues including Cal Performances, Washington Performing Arts and Carnegie Hall. Signal’s recording of Reich’s Music for 18 Musicians was released in May 2015 on harmonia mundi and received a Diapason d’or and appeared on the Billboard Classical Crossover Charts. Additional recordings include a CD & DVD of music by Lachenmann, with the composer as soloist in …Zwei Gefühle… (Mode) and Steve Reich’s Double Sextet & Radio Rewrite (harmonia mundi). Signal’s educational activities include community outreach programs in diverse settings as well as workshops with the next generation of composers and performers at institutions including the Eastman School of Music, and the June in Buffalo Festival at the University at Buffalo’s Center for 21st Century Music where they are a visiting resident ensemble.


    Lauren Radnofsky/ Co-Artistic/Executive Director
    Brad Lubman/ Co-Artistic Director/Music Director
    Tiffany Valvo/ Artistic Administrator and Operations
    Brett Copeland/ Intern
    Violin/ Lauren Cauley, Olivia De Prato, Will Knuth, Yuki Numata Resnick, CourtneyOrlando, Chris Otto, Ari Streisfeld
    Viola/Caleb Burhans, Isabel Hagen, Victor Lowrie, John Pickford Richards
    Cello/Kevin McFarland, Lauren Radnofsky, Mariel Roberts
    Bass/
Greg Chudzik
    Flute/Kelli Kathman. Jessica Schmitz
    Oboe/Jacqueline Leclair, Christa Robinson
    Clarinet/Adrián Sandí. Ken Thomson
    Bassoon/ Brad Balliett
    Trumpet/ Mike Gurfield
    Trombone/ Steven Parker
    Piano-Keyboard/ David Friend, Oliver Hagen, Lisa Moore, Ning Yu
    Percussion/ Matt Evans, Amy Garapic, Carson Moody, Doug Perkins, Bill Solomon
    Cimbalom/Percussion Nick Tolle
    Harp/ Nuiko Wadden
    Sound Director/ Paul Coleman
    Board of Directors
    Kristian Bezuidenhout/ President
    John McDonald/ Secretary

    Barbara Radnofsky/ Treasurer
    Lena Saltos

    See the full article here .

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  • richardmitnick 2:06 PM on October 26, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Contemporary music, Ensemble Signal, Organ,   

    From Ensemble Signal: WOLFGANG MITTERER 

    From Ensemble Signal

    Ensemble Signal-Photo Credit Stephanie Berger

    Wolfgang Mitterer by Bildquelle © WIENMODERN – Julia Stix

    Friday, November 30, 2018
    at 8:00 PM

    Saint Peter’s Church
    619 Lexington Ave
    New York, NY 10022

    Free Event

    On November 29 and 30, the ACFNY presents New York-based Ensemble Signal in concert, performing the cutting-edge contemporary music of Austrian composer Wolfgang Mitterer.

    This concert features Mr. Mitterer performing on Saint Peter’s much-heralded Johannes Klais Orgelbau organ. Do not miss this rare experience of contemporary organ and electronics performed in the inspirational setting of Saint Peter’s Church.

    Free admission, no reservation necessary.

    PROGRAM

    Wolfgang Mitterer: mobile beats (2012)
    performed by Ensemble Signal & Brad Lubman, conductor, with Wolfgang Mitterer, electronics

    Wolfgang Mitterer: Solo Organ & Electronics Set
    performed by Wolfgang Mitterer on St. Peter’s Johannes Klais Orgelbau organ

    ___________________________________________________________________________

    Wolfgang Mitterer (born 6 June 1958 in Lienz, East Tyrol) is an Austrian composer and musician (organ, keyboard).

    Wolfgang Mitterer studied with Otto Bruckner in Graz in 1977, and then from 1978 to 1983 at the Vienna University of Music he studied organ with Herbert Tachezi and composition with Heinrich Gattermeyer before working for a year at the studio for electroacoustic music (EMS) in Stockholm in 1983. This was followed by scholarships to Rome in 1988 and Berlin from 1995 to 1996. In 1991 Mitterer founded the Olongapo label.

    Mitterer is considered to be one of the most important contemporary Austrian composers and a pioneer in the field of electroacoustic music. He currently does a lot of work together with other artists, frequently with international improvisation and jazz musicians such as Wolfgang Puschnig, Wolfgang Reisinger, Linda Sharrock, Klaus Dickbauer, Sainkho Namtchylak, Tscho Theissing, Tom Cora, Ernst Reijseger, Hozan Yamamoto, Roscoe Mitchell, Georg Breinschmid, David Liebman, David Moss, Max Nagl, Achim Tang, Patrick Pulsinger, Christof Kurzmann, Christian Fennesz, Marc Ducret, Franz Koglmann, Louis Sclavis, Harry Pepl and others.

    In addition Mitterer has appeared as an organist, interpreting works by Bach, Messiaen and Ligeti among others. He has played in off locations such as in a quarry and in a disused fortification complex in Tyrol. He has also been involved in the Donaueschingen Festival (Donaueschinger Musiktage), the steirischer herbst and the Darmstädter Ferienkurse (Darmstadt International Summer Courses for New Music). Alongside sound installations and numerous electronic collages Wolfgang Mitterer has also written chamber music, scenic works, also operas, a piano concerto and music for orchestra and organ. In addition he has worked on experimental films, radio plays and theatres, has written live accompaniments to silent movies, but also music for the shows of a fashion designer.

    Wolfgang Mitterer has lectured at the Vienna University of Music as well as at the Darmstadt International Summer Courses for New Music. He is a supervisory board member of austro mechana.

    Wolfgang Mitterer works and composes in the field of collective improvisation music, plays the organ and electronic instruments. The space-relatedness, which he frequently emphasises in his titles, gave works such as “Waldmusik”, “silbersandmusik”, “Turmbau zu Babel”, “horizontal noise”, “vertical silence” and “Labyrinth 6–11” a particular character. Sometimes up to 4000 people worked on these; in addition many traditional sounds such as brass bands and choral societies were used. These projects ultimately emerged from Wolfgang Mitterer’s recordings in the most diverse musical genres and through joint appearances with representatives of the DJ scene and concerts, also through reinterpretations of classical works from Bach, to Schubert.

    Wolfgang Mitterer also works on scenic and dramatic productions, the texts of which he partly collects and adapts himself, such as in “Ka und der Pavian”, based on the Egyptian Book of the Dead and in “Massacre”, based on religious murders from the 16th century after Christopher Marlowe or the lieder cycle “Im Sturm”, based on the lieder of Franz Schubert. In 2004 his performance with dancers, Labyrinth for soprano and electronics, was performed at the Semper Depot of Vienna, by the group DANS.KIAS, choreographed by Saskia Hölbling, and Katia Plaschka, soprano.

    Ensemble Signal, described by the New York Times as “one of the most vital groups of its kind,” is a NY-based ensemble dedicated to offering the broadest possible audience access to a diverse range of contemporary works through performance, commissioning, recording, and education. Since its debut in 2008, the Ensemble has performed over 150 concerts, has given the NY, world, or US premieres of over 20 works, and co-produced nine recordings.

    Signal was founded by Co-Artistic/Executive Director Lauren Radnofsky and Co-Artistic Director/Conductor Brad Lubman. Called a “new music dream team” (TimeOutNY), Signal regularly performs with Lubman and features a supergroup of independent artists from the modern music scene. Lubman, one of the foremost conductors of modern music and a leading figure in the field for over two decades, is a frequent guest with the world’s most distinguished orchestras and new music ensembles.

    Signal’s passion for the diverse range of music being written today is a driving force behind their projects. The Ensemble’s repertoire ranges from minimalism or pop-influenced to the iconoclastic European avant-garde. Signal’s projects are carefully conceived through close collaboration with cooperating presenting organizations, composers, and artists. Signal is flexible in size and instrumentation – everything from solo to large ensemble and opera, including film or multimedia, in any possible combination – enabling it to meet the ever-changing demands on the 21st century performing ensemble.

    The Ensemble is a frequent guest of the finest concert halls and international festivals including Lincoln Center Festival, the Los Angeles Philharmonic’s Series at Walt Disney Concert Hall, BIG EARS Festival, Carnegie Hall’s Zankel Hall, Lincoln Center American Songbook, Cal Performances, Tanglewood Music Festival of Contemporary Music, Ojai Music Festival, the Guggenheim Museum (NY), the Wordless Music Series, and the Bang on a Can Marathon. They regularly work directly with nearly all the composers they perform in order to offer the most authentic interpretations, a list that includes Steve Reich, Helmut Lachenmann, Michael Gordon, David Lang, Julia Wolfe, and Hans Abrahamsen.

    Upcoming premieres include a new work by Steve Reich entitled Runner, for 19 musicians, which Signal premieres at venues including Cal Performances, Washington Performing Arts and Carnegie Hall. Signal’s recording of Reich’s Music for 18 Musicians was released in May 2015 on harmonia mundi and received a Diapason d’or and appeared on the Billboard Classical Crossover Charts. Additional recordings include a CD & DVD of music by Lachenmann, with the composer as soloist in …Zwei Gefühle… (Mode) and Steve Reich’s Double Sextet & Radio Rewrite (harmonia mundi). Signal’s educational activities include community outreach programs in diverse settings as well as workshops with the next generation of composers and performers at institutions including the Eastman School of Music, and the June in Buffalo Festival at the University at Buffalo’s Center for 21st Century Music where they are a visiting resident ensemble.

    Lauren Radnofsky/ Co-Artistic/Executive Director
    Brad Lubman/ Co-Artistic Director/Music Director
    Tiffany Valvo/ Artistic Administrator and Operations
    Brett Copeland/ Intern
    Violin/ Lauren Cauley, Olivia De Prato, Will Knuth, Yuki Numata Resnick, CourtneyOrlando, Chris Otto, Ari Streisfeld
    Viola/Caleb Burhans, Isabel Hagen, Victor Lowrie, John Pickford Richards
    Cello/Kevin McFarland, Lauren Radnofsky, Mariel Roberts
    Bass/
Greg Chudzik
    Flute/Kelli Kathman. Jessica Schmitz
    Oboe/Jacqueline Leclair, Christa Robinson
    Clarinet/Adrián Sandí. Ken Thomson
    Bassoon/ Brad Balliett
    Trumpet/ Mike Gurfield
    Trombone/ Steven Parker
    Piano-Keyboard/ David Friend, Oliver Hagen, Lisa Moore, Ning Yu
    Percussion/ Matt Evans, Amy Garapic, Carson Moody, Doug Perkins, Bill Solomon
    Cimbalom/Percussion Nick Tolle
    Harp/ Nuiko Wadden
    Sound Director/ Paul Coleman
    Board of Directors
    Kristian Bezuidenhout/ President
    John McDonald/ Secretary

    Barbara Radnofsky/ Treasurer
    Lena Saltos

    five-ways-keep-your-child-safe-school-shootings

    Please help promote STEM in your local schools.

    Stem Education Coalition

    John Schaefer


    For new music by living composers

    newsounds.org from New York Public Radio


    https://www.wnyc.org/
    93.9FM
    https://www.wqxr.org/
    105.9FM
    http://www.thegreenespace.org/

    For great Jazz

    88.3FM http://wbgo.org/

    WPRB 103.3FM


    Please visit The Jazz Loft Project based on the work of Sam Stephenson
    Please visit The Jazz Loft Radio project from New York Public Radio

     
  • richardmitnick 8:26 PM on October 14, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Ensemble Signal, Oliver Knussen   

    From Ensemble Signal: “Brad Lubman and Ensemble Signal pay tribute to Oliver Knussen” 

    From Ensemble Signal

    Ensemble Signal-Photo Credit Stephanie Berger


    (Ensemble Signal and Brad Lubman)

    Ensemble Signal will offer a tribute to recently deceased British composer and conductor Oliver Knussen on Monday, October 15th at 7.30 P.M.

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    The composer Oliver Knussen conducting at Tanglewood, where he was head of contemporary music from 1986 to 1993.Credit Michael J. Lutch for The New York Times

    The concert will take place in Lippes Concert Hall in Slee Hall, in the University at Buffalo’s North Campus in Amherst. Conducting the ensemble will be, as usual, longtime friend of the Center Brad Lubman, for whom this will undoubtedly be an important evening, given his strong professional and personal connection to Knussen since he worked as his assistant at Tanglewood between 1989 and 1994.

    Signal will perform four works by the British composer, from different moments of his creative trajectory: Hums and Songs of Winnie the Pooh, for voice and ensemble, and Sonya’s Lullaby, for piano solo, are earlier works. The former was written in 1970 and later revised in 1983, whereas the latter is from 1979. The other two works, Secret Psalm, for violin solo, and Songs without Voices, for ensemble, are from the beginning of the ‘90s, a time in his career when more and more of his time was being devoted to conducting. Also included in the concert will be two pieces by composers much admired by Knussen: Triple Duo, by Elliott Carter, and Rain Tree Sketch II, by Toru Takemitsu.

    As Buffalo audiences have had many chances to witness, Ensemble Signal’s presentations are synonymous with outstanding performances. The last two times they played at Lippes Hall, they offered memorable versions of Steve Reich’s Music for 18 Musicians and David Felder’s Jeu de Tarot. In this occasion they will lend their talents to a repertoire they are familiar with, since they have performed Knussen’s music before, including a portrait concert in the presence of the composer himself in 2013, at Miller Theater in New York City.
    Oliver Knussen was born in Glasgow, Scotland, in 1952, and not only was he an admired composer and conductor, but he reached that status at an early age. He was a musical prodigy, who conducted the London Symphony Orchestra—where his father was the principal double bass— when he was 15 years old to premiere one of his works, a later withdrawn Symphony No. 1. He studied with John Lambert from 1963 to 1969, and later with Gunther Schuller at the Tanglewood Music Center in the US, between 1970 and 1973.

    As a composer, he worked slowly and deliberately, focusing on the smallest details and revising his work often until he was certain he was satisfied with it. Timbral and textural inventiveness are immediately noticeable characteristics of his music. Also, not strangely for someone who once described himself as an “unwilling grownup”, he had a penchant for working with children’s books. That is the case not just of his two operas—Where the Wild Things are and Higglety Pigglety Pop, both with libretti by their author, Maurice Sendak—but also of one of the works Signal will perform at the concert: Hums and Songs of Winnie the Pooh, based on the famous character created by A.A. Milne. Scored for soprano and five players, the piece begins with the episode where Pooh, assisted by a balloon, raids the Hunny Tree. Two of Pooh’s songs form the second and third movements. In the piece, the soloist shifts from passages of humming and nonsense texts, to elegiac melodic writing, to passages where the voice leaps about in a very high register.

    Another piece to be performed at the concert, the piano solo Sonya’s Lullaby (1979), had for Knussen a more personal kind of connection to childhood. Its title makes reference to the composer’s daughter, mezzo soprano Sonya Knussen. The post-impressionist work makes prominent use of ostinati—especially an ascending B-F diminished fifth—and repeated notes, intercut with arpeggiated figuration. The other solo Knussen piece in the concert, Secret Psalm, for violin, often described as “meditative”, is a short work of decidedly solemn mood. The composer originally wrote it in 1990 to be played at a memorial concert for Michael Vyner, who had been the artistic director of the London Sinfonietta for many years. The piece was revised in 2003.

    The more recent work in the program, Songs without Voices, is a collection of four short pieces for a chamber ensemble of flute, English horn, clarinet, French horn, piano, violin, viola, and violoncello. According to the composer, three of the pieces are songs with poems set to the syllable, except that the melodies are sung by instruments rather than voices. The remaining piece is a melody written after Knussen heard of the death of Andrzej Panufnik, whom he greatly admired.

    To learn more about the importance of Oliver Knussen’s work and his example as a conductor, Edge of the Center recently contacted Brad Lubman — this is what he had to say: “Olly was one of the most selfless conductors there ever was, completely at the service of the music and the performers. With his very clear and very musical technique, his mindbogglingly awesome ears, and very logical and musical rehearsal technique, Olly gave us revelatory performances by some of the great composers of the past and the recent past. Moreover, he tirelessly championed younger and lesser known composers, giving us striking performances and recordings which shall remain a vibrant legacy to some very important music of our time (including his own excellent and inspiring works of jewel-like, crystalline wonder). This sort of thing is a role model for all conductors. He had this incredible knack for being able to say two or three things to an orchestra or ensemble after only playing a few minutes at the first rehearsal, that would then enable the orchestra to understand exactly what would make things sound immediately better. He would make just a few comments and the orchestra would then grasp the style and then proceed to polish and refine things right away. With clear, precise, and musical rehearsal technique and baton technique, Olly would achieve the greatest results. It was a miracle to watch, especially with the fellows of the Tanglewood Music Center Orchestra; he would get the most amazing results in no time at all. He would look through any score and be able to sum up what the piece was about, where the trickier parts might be, what would need more rehearsal time, what would come together easily… He just seemed to be able to know everything at just a glance.”

    Lubman also reflected back on Knussen’s qualities as a mentor: “He was able to objectively guide a young composer to find ways in which said composer could find their voice, or become themselves. He did this with the greatest amount of support and enthusiasm, always maintaining the most positive atmosphere.” The importance of Knussen’s own music was a subject Lubman was also eager to address: “Olly’s compositions all exhibit the highest possible level of craftsmanship, but also (and equally as important) the highest level of imagination, mystery, color, and engagement. His works are all like finely wrought crystalline jewels. He wrote music which is utterly mesmerizing, filled with magic, childlike wonder, and the most amazing colors, the most wondrous things you could imagine. His knowledge of instruments and orchestration was truly formidable, a true master. His sense of harmony (in both tonal and non-tonal realms) was absolutely amazing. He was one of the very few greatest composers of our time.”
    With respect to the relation between the Toru Takemitsu and Elliott Carter pieces completing the program and their composer’s connection with Knussen, Lubman said: “I think the music of Carter and Takemitsu represented the two sides of Olly’s compositional thought processes and things he admired in general in contemporary music.

    Toru Takemitsu – fair use public domain

    Elliot Carter by Jacques M. Chenet-Corbis

    There’s the allure and provocative nature of Takemitsu’s music, and then the dazzling narrative and sparkling surfaces of Carter’s intricate music. One can see and hear influences of both composers in Olly’s music (and very important influences from the music of Henze) as well as a kind of childlike sense of fantasy.”
    For details about tickets, visit Slee Hall’s website.

    Ensemble Signal, described by the New York Times as “one of the most vital groups of its kind,” is a NY-based ensemble dedicated to offering the broadest possible audience access to a diverse range of contemporary works through performance, commissioning, recording, and education. Since its debut in 2008, the Ensemble has performed over 150 concerts, has given the NY, world, or US premieres of over 20 works, and co-produced nine recordings.

    Signal was founded by Co-Artistic/Executive Director Lauren Radnofsky and Co-Artistic Director/Conductor Brad Lubman. Called a “new music dream team” (TimeOutNY), Signal regularly performs with Lubman and features a supergroup of independent artists from the modern music scene. Lubman, one of the foremost conductors of modern music and a leading figure in the field for over two decades, is a frequent guest with the world’s most distinguished orchestras and new music ensembles.

    Signal’s passion for the diverse range of music being written today is a driving force behind their projects. The Ensemble’s repertoire ranges from minimalism or pop-influenced to the iconoclastic European avant-garde. Signal’s projects are carefully conceived through close collaboration with cooperating presenting organizations, composers, and artists. Signal is flexible in size and instrumentation – everything from solo to large ensemble and opera, including film or multimedia, in any possible combination – enabling it to meet the ever-changing demands on the 21st century performing ensemble.

    The Ensemble is a frequent guest of the finest concert halls and international festivals including Lincoln Center Festival, the Los Angeles Philharmonic’s Series at Walt Disney Concert Hall, BIG EARS Festival, Carnegie Hall’s Zankel Hall, Lincoln Center American Songbook, Cal Performances, Tanglewood Music Festival of Contemporary Music, Ojai Music Festival, the Guggenheim Museum (NY), the Wordless Music Series, and the Bang on a Can Marathon. They regularly work directly with nearly all the composers they perform in order to offer the most authentic interpretations, a list that includes Steve Reich, Helmut Lachenmann, Michael Gordon, David Lang, Julia Wolfe, and Hans Abrahamsen.

    Upcoming premieres include a new work by Steve Reich entitled Runner, for 19 musicians, which Signal premieres at venues including Cal Performances, Washington Performing Arts and Carnegie Hall. Signal’s recording of Reich’s Music for 18 Musicians was released in May 2015 on harmonia mundi and received a Diapason d’or and appeared on the Billboard Classical Crossover Charts. Additional recordings include a CD & DVD of music by Lachenmann, with the composer as soloist in …Zwei Gefühle… (Mode) and Steve Reich’s Double Sextet & Radio Rewrite (harmonia mundi). Signal’s educational activities include community outreach programs in diverse settings as well as workshops with the next generation of composers and performers at institutions including the Eastman School of Music, and the June in Buffalo Festival at the University at Buffalo’s Center for 21st Century Music where they are a visiting resident ensemble.

    Lauren Radnofsky/ Co-Artistic/Executive Director
    Brad Lubman/ Co-Artistic Director/Music Director
    Tiffany Valvo/ Artistic Administrator and Operations
    Brett Copeland/ Intern
    Violin/ Lauren Cauley, Olivia De Prato, Will Knuth, Yuki Numata Resnick, CourtneyOrlando, Chris Otto, Ari Streisfeld
    Viola/Caleb Burhans, Isabel Hagen, Victor Lowrie, John Pickford Richards
    Cello/Kevin McFarland, Lauren Radnofsky, Mariel Roberts
    Bass/
Greg Chudzik
    Flute/Kelli Kathman. Jessica Schmitz
    Oboe/Jacqueline Leclair, Christa Robinson
    Clarinet/Adrián Sandí. Ken Thomson
    Bassoon/ Brad Balliett
    Trumpet/ Mike Gurfield
    Trombone/ Steven Parker
    Piano-Keyboard/ David Friend, Oliver Hagen, Lisa Moore, Ning Yu
    Percussion/ Matt Evans, Amy Garapic, Carson Moody, Doug Perkins, Bill Solomon
    Cimbalom/Percussion Nick Tolle
    Harp/ Nuiko Wadden
    Sound Director/ Paul Coleman
    Board of Directors
    Kristian Bezuidenhout/ President
    John McDonald/ Secretary

    Barbara Radnofsky/ Treasurer
    Lena Saltos

    See the full article here .

    five-ways-keep-your-child-safe-school-shootings

    five-ways-keep-your-child-safe-school-shootings

    Please help promote STEM in your local schools.

    Stem Education Coalition

    John Schaefer


    For new music by living composers

    newsounds.org from New York Public Radio


    https://www.wnyc.org/
    93.9FM
    https://www.wqxr.org/
    105.9FM
    http://www.thegreenespace.org/

    For great Jazz

    88.3FM http://wbgo.org/

    WPRB 103.3FM


    Please visit The Jazz Loft Project based on the work of Sam Stephenson
    Please visit The Jazz Loft Radio project from New York Public Radio

     
  • richardmitnick 1:18 PM on August 28, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , Ensemble Signal, , The Robert and Carol Morris Center for 21st Century Music   

    From Ensemble Signal: “Our 2018-2019 season is announced!” 

    From Ensemble Signal

    Signal is thrilled to announce our participation in many events in Buffalo this season. First up in October is an Oliver Knussen memorial concert including work by Knussen, Carter and Takemitsu. In May, a collaboration with Irvine Arditti on music of David Felder. Then, it’s June in Buffalo where we’re so excited to be playing music by Anna Clyne and working with her!

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    Our 2018-2019 season is announced!

    Ensemble Signal by by Ken Yatarola

    The Robert and Carol Morris Center for 21st Century Music

    Ensemble Signal, described by the New York Times as “one of the most vital groups of its kind,” is a NY-based ensemble dedicated to offering the broadest possible audience access to a diverse range of contemporary works through performance, commissioning, recording, and education. Since its debut in 2008, the Ensemble has performed over 150 concerts, has given the NY, world, or US premieres of over 20 works, and co-produced nine recordings.

    Signal was founded by Co-Artistic/Executive Director Lauren Radnofsky and Co-Artistic Director/Conductor Brad Lubman. Called a “new music dream team” (TimeOutNY), Signal regularly performs with Lubman and features a supergroup of independent artists from the modern music scene. Lubman, one of the foremost conductors of modern music and a leading figure in the field for over two decades, is a frequent guest with the world’s most distinguished orchestras and new music ensembles.

    Signal’s passion for the diverse range of music being written today is a driving force behind their projects. The Ensemble’s repertoire ranges from minimalism or pop-influenced to the iconoclastic European avant-garde. Signal’s projects are carefully conceived through close collaboration with cooperating presenting organizations, composers, and artists. Signal is flexible in size and instrumentation – everything from solo to large ensemble and opera, including film or multimedia, in any possible combination – enabling it to meet the ever-changing demands on the 21st century performing ensemble.

    The Ensemble is a frequent guest of the finest concert halls and international festivals including Lincoln Center Festival, the Los Angeles Philharmonic’s Series at Walt Disney Concert Hall, BIG EARS Festival, Carnegie Hall’s Zankel Hall, Lincoln Center American Songbook, Cal Performances, Tanglewood Music Festival of Contemporary Music, Ojai Music Festival, the Guggenheim Museum (NY), the Wordless Music Series, and the Bang on a Can Marathon. They regularly work directly with nearly all the composers they perform in order to offer the most authentic interpretations, a list that includes Steve Reich, Helmut Lachenmann, Michael Gordon, David Lang, Julia Wolfe, and Hans Abrahamsen.

    Upcoming premieres include a new work by Steve Reich entitled Runner, for 19 musicians, which Signal premieres in the US beginning in 2017 at venues including Cal Performances, Washington Performing Arts and Carnegie Hall. Signal’s recording of Reich’s Music for 18 Musicians was released in May 2015 on harmonia mundi and received a Diapason d’or and appeared on the Billboard Classical Crossover Charts. Additional recordings include a CD & DVD of music by Lachenmann, with the composer as soloist in …Zwei Gefühle… (Mode) and Steve Reich’s Double Sextet & Radio Rewrite (harmonia mundi). Signal’s educational activities include community outreach programs in diverse settings as well as workshops with the next generation of composers and performers at institutions including the Eastman School of Music, and the June in Buffalo Festival at the University at Buffalo’s Center for 21st Century Music where they are a visiting resident ensemble.


    Lauren RadnofskyCo-Artistic/Executive Director
    Brad LubmanCo-Artistic Director/Music Director
    Tiffany ValvoArtistic Administrator and Operations
    Brett CopelandIntern
    ViolinLauren CauleyOlivia De PratoWill KnuthYuki Numata ResnickCourtney OrlandoChris OttoAri Streisfeld
    ViolaCaleb BurhansIsabel HagenVictor LowrieJohn Pickford Richards
    CelloKevin McFarlandLauren RadnofskyMariel Roberts
    Bass
Greg Chudzik
    FluteKelli KathmanJessica Schmitz
    OboeJacqueline LeclairChrista Robinson
    ClarinetAdrián SandíKen Thomson
    BassoonBrad Balliett
    TrumpetMike Gurfield
    TromboneSteven Parker
    Piano/KeyboardDavid FriendOliver HagenLisa MooreNing Yu
    PercussionMatt EvansAmy GarapicCarson MoodyDoug PerkinsBill Solomon
    Cimbalom/PercussionNick Tolle
    HarpNuiko Wadden
    Sound DirectorPaul Coleman
    Board of Directors
    Kristian BezuidenhoutPresident
    John McDonaldSecretary

    Barbara RadnofskyTreasurer
    Lena Saltos

    See the full article here .

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    Please help promote STEM in your local schools.

    Stem Education Coalition

    John Schaefer


    For new music by living composers

    newsounds.org from New York Public Radio


    https://www.wnyc.org/
    93.9FM
    https://www.wqxr.org/
    105.9FM
    http://www.thegreenespace.org/

    For great Jazz

    88.3FM http://wbgo.org/

    WPRB 103.3FM

    Dan Buskirk Spinning Jazz Mondays 11:00AM-1:00PM
    Will Constantine Jr, Blues Bop and Beyond Thursdays 11:00-2:00 featuring Latin Jazz
    Jerry Gordon Serenade to a Cookoo Frdays 11:00AM-2:00PM with Jerry’s Room at 1:00Pm
    Jeannie Becker Sunday Jazz 10:00AM-1:00Pm


    Please visit The Jazz Loft Project based on the work of Sam Stephenson
    Please visit The Jazz Loft Radio project from New York Public Radio

     
  • richardmitnick 5:57 PM on May 10, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Ensemble Signal, Helmut Lachenmann,   

    From Ensemble Signal: “Ensemble Signal Plays Lachenmann” 

    From Ensemble Signal

    Monday, May 14, 2018, 6pm
    Miller Theatre at Columbia University
    FREE

    Bring a friend, grab a drink, and join some of today’s most interesting performers onstage at Miller Theatre.

    In an encore appearance, Ensemble Signal delivers their second Pop-Up program of the spring. The evening features a singular piece – a 30-minute trio for clarinet, cello, and piano by Helmut Lachenmann, with whom they worked closely, including at Miller Theatre in 2010 and 2015.

    All concerts start at 6 p.m. Admission is on a first-come, first-served basis, and doors open at 5:30 p.m.
    Performers

    Adrian Sandí clarinet/bass clarinet
    Lauren Radnofsky cello
    Oliver Hagen piano

    Repertoire

    Helmut Lachenmann Allegro Sostenuto (1986-88)

    Ensemble Signal, described by the New York Times as “one of the most vital groups of its kind,” is a NY-based ensemble dedicated to offering the broadest possible audience access to a diverse range of contemporary works through performance, commissioning, recording, and education. Since its debut in 2008, the Ensemble has performed over 150 concerts, has given the NY, world, or US premieres of over 20 works, and co-produced nine recordings.

    Signal was founded by Co-Artistic/Executive Director Lauren Radnofsky and Co-Artistic Director/Conductor Brad Lubman. Called a “new music dream team” (TimeOutNY), Signal regularly performs with Lubman and features a supergroup of independent artists from the modern music scene. Lubman, one of the foremost conductors of modern music and a leading figure in the field for over two decades, is a frequent guest with the world’s most distinguished orchestras and new music ensembles.

    Signal’s passion for the diverse range of music being written today is a driving force behind their projects. The Ensemble’s repertoire ranges from minimalism or pop-influenced to the iconoclastic European avant-garde. Signal’s projects are carefully conceived through close collaboration with cooperating presenting organizations, composers, and artists. Signal is flexible in size and instrumentation – everything from solo to large ensemble and opera, including film or multimedia, in any possible combination – enabling it to meet the ever-changing demands on the 21st century performing ensemble.

    The Ensemble is a frequent guest of the finest concert halls and international festivals including Lincoln Center Festival, the Los Angeles Philharmonic’s Series at Walt Disney Concert Hall, BIG EARS Festival, Carnegie Hall’s Zankel Hall, Lincoln Center American Songbook, Cal Performances, Tanglewood Music Festival of Contemporary Music, Ojai Music Festival, the Guggenheim Museum (NY), the Wordless Music Series, and the Bang on a Can Marathon. They regularly work directly with nearly all the composers they perform in order to offer the most authentic interpretations, a list that includes Steve Reich, Helmut Lachenmann, Michael Gordon, David Lang, Julia Wolfe, and Hans Abrahamsen.

    Upcoming premieres include a new work by Steve Reich entitled Runner, for 19 musicians, which Signal premieres in the US beginning in 2017 at venues including Cal Performances, Washington Performing Arts and Carnegie Hall. Signal’s recording of Reich’s Music for 18 Musicians was released in May 2015 on harmonia mundi and received a Diapason d’or and appeared on the Billboard Classical Crossover Charts. Additional recordings include a CD & DVD of music by Lachenmann, with the composer as soloist in …Zwei Gefühle… (Mode) and Steve Reich’s Double Sextet & Radio Rewrite (harmonia mundi). Signal’s educational activities include community outreach programs in diverse settings as well as workshops with the next generation of composers and performers at institutions including the Eastman School of Music, and the June in Buffalo Festival at the University at Buffalo’s Center for 21st Century Music where they are a visiting resident ensemble.

    Ensemble Signal by Ryan Jenkis


    Lauren RadnofskyCo-Artistic/Executive Director
    Brad LubmanCo-Artistic Director/Music Director
    Tiffany ValvoArtistic Administrator and Operations
    Brett CopelandIntern
    ViolinLauren CauleyOlivia De PratoWill KnuthYuki Numata ResnickCourtney OrlandoChris OttoAri Streisfeld
    ViolaCaleb BurhansIsabel HagenVictor LowrieJohn Pickford Richards
    CelloKevin McFarlandLauren RadnofskyMariel Roberts
    Bass
Greg Chudzik
    FluteKelli KathmanJessica Schmitz
    OboeJacqueline LeclairChrista Robinson
    ClarinetAdrián SandíKen Thomson
    BassoonBrad Balliett
    TrumpetMike Gurfield
    TromboneSteven Parker
    Piano/KeyboardDavid FriendOliver HagenLisa MooreNing Yu
    PercussionMatt EvansAmy GarapicCarson MoodyDoug PerkinsBill Solomon
    Cimbalom/PercussionNick Tolle
    HarpNuiko Wadden
    Sound DirectorPaul Coleman
    Board of Directors
    Kristian BezuidenhoutPresident
    John McDonaldSecretary

    Barbara RadnofskyTreasurer
    Lena Saltos

    See the full article here .

    Please help promote STEM in your local schools.

    STEM Icon

    Stem Education Coalition

    John Schaefer


    For new music by living composers

    newsounds.org from New York Public Radio


    https://www.wnyc.org/
    93.9FM
    https://www.wqxr.org/
    105.9FM
    http://www.thegreenespace.org/

    For great Jazz

    88.3FM http://wbgo.org/

    WPRB 103.3FM

    Dan Buskirk Spinning Jazz Mondays 11:00AM-1:00PM
    Will Constantine Jr, Blues Bop and Beyond Thursdays 11:00-2:00 featuring Latin Jazz
    Jerry Gordon Serenade to a Cookoo Frdays 11:00AM-2:00PM with Jerry’s Room at 1:00Pm
    Jeannie Becker Sunday Jazz 10:00AM-1:00Pm


    Please visit The Jazz Loft Project based on the work of Sam Stephenson
    Please visit The Jazz Loft Radio project from New York Public Radio

     
  • richardmitnick 9:04 PM on April 23, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , Ensemble Signal,   

    Ensemble Signal: Rehearsals 

    Ensemble Signal

    Rehearsals are in full swing here at the University at Buffalo as we prepare for an all Charles Wuorinen show tomorrow night. So….many…notes! Love it.

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    Ensemble Signal, described by the New York Times as “one of the most vital groups of its kind,” is a NY-based ensemble dedicated to offering the broadest possible audience access to a diverse range of contemporary works through performance, commissioning, recording, and education. Since its debut in 2008, the Ensemble has performed over 150 concerts, has given the NY, world, or US premieres of over 20 works, and co-produced nine recordings.

    Signal was founded by Co-Artistic/Executive Director Lauren Radnofsky and Co-Artistic Director/Conductor Brad Lubman. Called a “new music dream team” (TimeOutNY), Signal regularly performs with Lubman and features a supergroup of independent artists from the modern music scene. Lubman, one of the foremost conductors of modern music and a leading figure in the field for over two decades, is a frequent guest with the world’s most distinguished orchestras and new music ensembles.

    Signal’s passion for the diverse range of music being written today is a driving force behind their projects. The Ensemble’s repertoire ranges from minimalism or pop-influenced to the iconoclastic European avant-garde. Signal’s projects are carefully conceived through close collaboration with cooperating presenting organizations, composers, and artists. Signal is flexible in size and instrumentation – everything from solo to large ensemble and opera, including film or multimedia, in any possible combination – enabling it to meet the ever-changing demands on the 21st century performing ensemble.

    The Ensemble is a frequent guest of the finest concert halls and international festivals including Lincoln Center Festival, the Los Angeles Philharmonic’s Series at Walt Disney Concert Hall, BIG EARS Festival, Carnegie Hall’s Zankel Hall, Lincoln Center American Songbook, Cal Performances, Tanglewood Music Festival of Contemporary Music, Ojai Music Festival, the Guggenheim Museum (NY), the Wordless Music Series, and the Bang on a Can Marathon. They regularly work directly with nearly all the composers they perform in order to offer the most authentic interpretations, a list that includes Steve Reich, Helmut Lachenmann, Michael Gordon, David Lang, Julia Wolfe, and Hans Abrahamsen.

    Upcoming premieres include a new work by Steve Reich entitled Runner, for 19 musicians, which Signal premieres in the US beginning in 2017 at venues including Cal Performances, Washington Performing Arts and Carnegie Hall. Signal’s recording of Reich’s Music for 18 Musicians was released in May 2015 on harmonia mundi and received a Diapason d’or and appeared on the Billboard Classical Crossover Charts. Additional recordings include a CD & DVD of music by Lachenmann, with the composer as soloist in …Zwei Gefühle… (Mode) and Steve Reich’s Double Sextet & Radio Rewrite (harmonia mundi). Signal’s educational activities include community outreach programs in diverse settings as well as workshops with the next generation of composers and performers at institutions including the Eastman School of Music, and the June in Buffalo Festival at the University at Buffalo’s Center for 21st Century Music where they are a visiting resident ensemble.


    Lauren RadnofskyCo-Artistic/Executive Director
    Brad LubmanCo-Artistic Director/Music Director
    Tiffany ValvoArtistic Administrator and Operations
    Brett CopelandIntern
    ViolinLauren CauleyOlivia De PratoWill KnuthYuki Numata ResnickCourtney OrlandoChris OttoAri Streisfeld
    ViolaCaleb BurhansIsabel HagenVictor LowrieJohn Pickford Richards
    CelloKevin McFarlandLauren RadnofskyMariel Roberts
    Bass
Greg Chudzik
    FluteKelli KathmanJessica Schmitz
    OboeJacqueline LeclairChrista Robinson
    ClarinetAdrián SandíKen Thomson
    BassoonBrad Balliett
    TrumpetMike Gurfield
    TromboneSteven Parker
    Piano/KeyboardDavid FriendOliver HagenLisa MooreNing Yu
    PercussionMatt EvansAmy GarapicCarson MoodyDoug PerkinsBill Solomon
    Cimbalom/PercussionNick Tolle
    HarpNuiko Wadden
    Sound DirectorPaul Coleman
    Board of Directors
    Kristian BezuidenhoutPresident
    John McDonaldSecretary

    Barbara RadnofskyTreasurer
    Lena Saltos

    Please help promote STEM in your local schools.

    STEM Icon

    Stem Education Coalition

    John Schaefer


    For new music by living composers

    newsounds.org from New York Public Radio


    https://www.wnyc.org/
    93.9FM
    https://www.wqxr.org/
    105.9FM
    http://www.thegreenespace.org/

    For great Jazz

    88.3FM http://wbgo.org/

    WPRB 103.3FM

    Dan Buskirk Spinning Jazz Mondays 11:00AM-1:00PM
    Will Constantine Jr, Blues Bop and Beyond Thursdays 11:00-2:00 featuring Latin Jazz
    Jerry Gordon Serenade to a Cookoo Frdays 11:00AM-2:00PM with Jerry’s Room at 1:00Pm
    Jeannie Becker Sunday Jazz 10:00AM-1:00Pm


    Please visit The Jazz Loft Project based on the work of Sam Stephenson
    Please visit The Jazz Loft Radio project from New York Public Radio

     
  • richardmitnick 3:50 PM on April 2, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Ensemble Signal, Exciting concerts coming your way in the month of April   

    Ensemble Signal: Exciting concerts coming your way in the month of April 

    Ensemble Signal


    Hello Signal Family!

    We have a number of exciting concerts coming your way in the month of April including: a performance of David Lang’s Darker with liquid light show by Suzanne Bocanegra at EMPAC in Troy, NY; a concert at the University at Buffalo featuring the music of Charles Wuorinen; and a concert at the Miller Theatre as a part of their Pop up! Series. So loking forward and hope to see you there!

    XOXO
    Signal

    April 24, 2018
    Music of Charles Wuorinen | Center for 21st Century Music | University at Buffalo, Buffalo, NY
    7:30 pm • Free Admission • More Info

    Charles Wuorinen: Iridule (2006)
    Charles Wuorinen: Spin 5 (2006)
    Charles Wuorinen: Megalith (2014)

    Brad Lubman, Conductor
    Jackie Leclair, Oboe
    Olivia De Prato, Violin
    Eric Huebner, Piano

    April 27, 2018
    David Lang’s Darker | EMPAC | Troy, NY
    7:30 pm • Tickets Here

    David Lang: Darker (2010) for 12 solo strings and liquid light show

    Brad Lubman, Conductor
    Suzanne Bocanegra, Liquid Light Show

    Lauren RadnofskyCo-Artistic/Executive Director
    Brad LubmanCo-Artistic Director/Music Director
    Tiffany ValvoArtistic Administrator and Operations
    Brett CopelandIntern
    ViolinLauren CauleyOlivia De PratoWill KnuthYuki Numata ResnickCourtney OrlandoChris OttoAri Streisfeld
    ViolaCaleb BurhansIsabel HagenVictor LowrieJohn Pickford Richards
    CelloKevin McFarlandLauren RadnofskyMariel Roberts
    Bass
Greg Chudzik
    FluteKelli KathmanJessica Schmitz
    OboeJacqueline LeclairChrista Robinson
    ClarinetAdrián SandíKen Thomson
    BassoonBrad Balliett
    TrumpetMike Gurfield
    TromboneSteven Parker
    Piano/KeyboardDavid FriendOliver HagenLisa MooreNing Yu
    PercussionMatt EvansAmy GarapicCarson MoodyDoug PerkinsBill Solomon
    Cimbalom/PercussionNick Tolle
    HarpNuiko Wadden
    Sound DirectorPaul Coleman
    Board of Directors
    Kristian BezuidenhoutPresident
    John McDonaldSecretary

    Barbara RadnofskyTreasurer
    Lena Saltos

    Received via email.

    Please help promote STEM in your local schools.

    STEM Icon

    Stem Education Coalition

    John Schaefer


    For new music by living composers

    newsounds.org from New York Public Radio


    https://www.wnyc.org/
    93.9FM
    https://www.wqxr.org/
    105.9FM
    http://www.thegreenespace.org/

    For great Jazz

    88.3FM http://wbgo.org/

    WPRB 103.3FM

    Dan Buskirk Spinning Jazz Mondays 11:00AM-1:00PM
    Will Constantine Jr, Blues Bop and Beyond Thursdays 11:00-2:00 featuring Latin Jazz
    Jerry Gordon Serenade to a Cookoo Frdays 11:00AM-2:00PM with Jerry’s Room at 1:00Pm
    Jeannie Becker Sunday Jazz 10:00AM-1:00Pm


    Please visit The Jazz Loft Project based on the work of Sam Stephenson
    Please visit The Jazz Loft Radio project from New York Public Radio

     
  • richardmitnick 4:50 PM on March 7, 2018 Permalink | Reply
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    From Canteloupe Music: Ensemble Signal Play Michael Gordon and Julia Wolfe Friday and Saturday 

    Cantaloupe Music is the recording arm of Bang On a Can, the original New Music DIY organization.

    Ensemble Signal, led by Brad Lubman, performs Michael Gordon’s Weather and Julia Wolfe’s Cruel Sister. A concert talk with the performers and David Lang, Artist-in-Residence, will follow the Friday evening performance.

    Institute for Advanced Study – Friday & Saturday, 8pm

    Free event but tickets are required: http://bit.ly/2FoZLrV


    For new music by living composers
    newsounds.org from New York Public Radio

    For great Jazz
    WPRB

    Dan Buskirk Spinning Jazz Mondays 11:00AM-1:00PM
    Will Constantine Jr, Blues Bop and Beyond Thursdays 11:00-2:00 featuring Latin Jazz
    Jerry Gordon Serenade to a Cookoo Frdays 11:00AM-2:00PM with Jerry’s Room at 1:00Pm
    Jeannie Becker Sunday Jazz 10:00AM-1:00Pm

    Please help promote STEM in your local schools.

    STEM Icon

    Stem Education Coalition

     
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