CSO MusicNOW: Inspiring Voices
Feb 20, 2023
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Overview

Inspiring Voices connects composer and cellist Andrea Casarrubios with one of her inspirations, former Mead Composer-in-Residence Osvaldo Golijov. Casarrubios performs two of her own pieces, including a world premiere, alongside Golijov's seminal work Tenebrae, which contrasts the Argentinian-Israeli composer's experiences of war with the innocence and optimism of childhood. Also on the program is Betty Olivero’s Bashra’v, which takes its inspiration from tunes originating in the Arab-Jewish musical tradition.

Schedule
Monday, February 20, 2023
7:00 PM
Program
Golijov

Mariel for Cello and Marimba

Casarrubios

New Work [World Premiere, CSO MusicNOW Commission]

Casarrubios

Speechless

Olivero

Bashra’v

Golijov

Tenebrae 

Performers
Musicians from the Chicago Symphony Orchestra
Mead Composer-in-Residence
Conductor
Sponsors

Major support for MusicNOW is generously provided by the Zell Family Foundation, Cindy Sargent, the Sally Mead Hands Foundation and the Julian Family Foundation.



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