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John Adams, Copland, and Gabriella Smith

Nov 14 & 16
CYO

Composer and conductor John Adams leads a program that honors modern American land- and cityscapes, from his own jazz-inflected take on film noir’s gritty sound world, through Gabriella Smith’s tribute to the Northern California coastline, to Copland’s evocative depiction of a deserted cityscape at night. 

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Location

Wu Tsai Theater, David Geffen Hall

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Program

Gabriella Smith

Lost Coast (New York Premiere)

Copland

Quiet City

John Adams

City Noir

Artists

John Adams Conductor

Composer, conductor, and creative thinker — John Adams occupies a unique position in the world of music. His works stand out among contemporary classical compositions for their depth of expression, brilliance of sound, and the profoundly humanist nature of their themes. His operas and oratorios such as Nixon in China, Doctor Atomic, and El Niño have transformed the genre of contemporary music theater. Spanning more than three decades, works such as Harmonielehre, Shaker Loops, The Dharma at Big Sur, and his Violin Concerto are among the most performed of all contemporary classical music.

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Gabriel Cabezas Cello

Cellist Gabriel Cabezas is a true 21st-century musician. A prolific and sought-after soloist and collaborator, he is as comfortable interpreting new works as he is performing the pillar scores of the cello repertoire. He has appeared with America’s finest symphony orchestras and has premiered dozens of new works by some of the most brilliant composers of his time. 

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Ryan Roberts English Horn
Christopher Martin Trumpet

Christopher Martin is one of the leading classical trumpet voices on the world stage. He joined the New York Philharmonic as Principal Trumpet, The Paula Levin Chair, in September 2016. He served as principal trumpet of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra (CSO) for 11 seasons, and enjoyed a distinctive career of more than 20 years in some of America’s finest orchestras, including as principal trumpet of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and associate principal trumpet of The Philadelphia Orchestra. He made his New York Philharmonic solo debut in October 2016, performing Ligeti’s The Mysteries of the Macabre, led by then Music Director Alan Gilbert.

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