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April 15, 2016

Fifty for the Future at Carnegie Hall

In concurrence with the first release of Fifty for the Future materials today, we’re concluding our weeklong intensive workshop at Carnegie Hall’s (Lead Partner) Weill Music Institute with a concert this evening, in which the three participating ensembles—the Argus, Friction, and Ligeti Quartets—perform the Fifty for Future pieces they’ve been working on with us all week, along with three movements from Terry Riley’s epic “Salome Dances for Peace.”

We’re extremely excited to hear pieces from Kronos’ Fifty for the Future played by these young quartets, and now that many of the scores, parts, and recordings are available online for free, we hope that young quartets around the world will begin incorporating Kronos’ Fifty for the Future pieces into their own repertoires.

If you’re in New York City this evening, tickets are still available for you to join us in this momentous occasion.

Learn more about the Kronos Workshop at Carnegie Hall, and stay up to date on all Kronos news.


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