JACK Quartet & Ekmeles: Music of the North
December 12, 2016
How does climate affect music? As global temperatures continue to rise, Music Mondays presents music from — and inspired by — the cultures and landscapes of Northern climates. The JACK Quartet, widely considered the “superheroes of the new music world” (Boston Globe), joins with the vocal ensemble Ekmeles ("brilliant," New Yorker) for a program of music by Finnish, Swedish, Icelandic, Canadian, and American composers, both past and present.
A third of all door donations will be given to the National Resources Defense Council, which fights global warming.
Jean Sibelius — Selected songs for soprano and piano
John Luther Adams — Canticles of the Sky
Kaija Saariaho — From the Grammar of Dreams
Anna Thorvaldsdoittr — Hvolf
Marc Sabat — Jean-Philippe Rameau
Karin Rehnkvist - Davids Nimm
Watch & Listen
Hear the JACK Quartet perform part of The Wind in High Places by John Luther Adams:
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