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A collaboration between Rambert Artistic Director Mark Baldwin and composer Gavin Higgins, the composition for Dark Arteries is for a brass band who perform on stage with Rambert’s dancers.
A CD recording, featuring the Tredegar Town Band, was released last year and has been the recipient of three prestigious awards for brass band music.
Bartlett has participated in more than 90 premieres with ensembles such as Speculum Musicae, the New York New Music Ensemble, the Group for Contemporary Music, and the Columbia String Quartet, and he has commissioned new works for the cello from American composers. Bartlett was invited by Marin Alsop to be a featured soloist in the North American premiere of James Mc Millan’s Triduum, the middle third of which is a cello concerto.
He has served as either Artist-President or Vice-President of Speculum Musicae since 1990. Bartlett has performed at the Mostly Mozart, Marlboro, Aspen, Adirondack, Grand Teton, and Waterloo music festivals, and has been a regular participant at the Bridgehampton Chamber Music Festival since 1996. Bartlett served as the principal cellist of the Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra and co-principal of Orpheus from 1984 until 1997. Bartlett’s early teachers included George Finckel and Blanche Honegger Moyse.
To mark the 175th anniversary of the New York Philharmonic’s first concert, on December 7, 1842, four generations of New York Philharmonic musicians — dating back to 1948 — will join Philharmonic Archivist / Historian Barbara Haws to reminisce about the Orchestra they joined; how it has changed and what has stayed the same; favorite musical moments, accompanied by audio / video excerpts; and a free-wheeling imagining of the Philharmonic of the 22nd century.
Haws has been an archival consultant to the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Los Angeles Philharmonic, and the Leonard Bernstein Estate, and a project archivist for the Bowery Savings Bank, the Jackie Robinson Papers, and Trinity Church.She currently serves on the horn faculties of Rutgers University and New York University.Learn more about Leelanee Sterrett Barbara Haws, the New York Philharmonic’s Archivist/Historian since 1984, has lectured extensively about the Orchestra’s past and curated major exhibitions at the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts (1992), London Barbican (2000), and Cologne Philharmonie (1998).The last year has seen Johnson reconnect with two key signposts from his past: Run Westy Run played their first show in 15 years in December 2013 in Minneapolis and Johnson rejoined the 1997 lineup of The Jayhawks in Summer 2014 for extensive touring in support of reissued albums originally released during Johnson's tenure with the band. Over the last 20 years David has released several solo albums while also writing, producing and collaborating with a wide variety of artists.Both Run Westy Run and The Jayhawks are currently working on new material. He is a composer fellow of the Sundance Institute and has scored seven films.