Lucy will perform works for clarinet and bass clarinet, experimenting with acoustics and instrumentation in solo works and chamber music with flute, cello and violin. Continuing her research into the different aesthetics and performance practices of Finnish and American repertoire, Lucy investigates the work of composers Ville Raasakka, Jukka Tiensuu, Mason Bates, Kaija Saariaho, Augusta Reed Thomas, Lotta Wennäkoski and Nina Young. Also performed will be a World Premiere of new work for clarinet and electronics by Chicago-based composer Jack Hughes.
Lucy Abrams-Husso, clarinet
Iryna Gorkun-Silén, flute
Iida-Vilhelmiina Sinivalo, cello
Sebastian Silén, violin
Young: Creeping Ivy 4′ (fl/cl)
Thomas: Hummingbird Romance 6′ (fl/cl)
Jack Hughes New Work, based on “Ripple” 7-8′ (solo cl with tape)
Wennäkoski: Limn 8′ (solo bcl)
Raasakka: Everyday Etudes No. 1: Garden 11′ (solo bcl + tape + gardening tools)
Tiensuu: Plus 2 10′ (cl/vc)
Saariaho: Oi Kuu 6′ (bcl/vc)
Bates: Life of Birds 13′ (fl/cl/vln/vc)
Further information: Eeva Hohti, firstname.lastname@example.org
30 years of doctorates in music at the Sibelius Academy
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