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Thou Art a Pilgrim: Gandolfi, Redmond & Beethoven

  • General Theological Seminary 440 West 21st Street New York, NY, 10011 United States (map)

This evening’s program on the enchanted grounds of the General Theological Seminary in Chelsea features three works that contemplate life and encourage us to look at the sky in search of answers. There will be a New York Premiere of "The Nature of Light" by 2016 Festival Composer-in-Residence Michael Gandolfi followed by a World Premiere of a Festival-commissioned piece by composer J. P. Redmond whose "Songs on Poetry" by John Donne for Chamber Orchestra will feature soprano Gillian Bell.


J.P. Redmond (b.1999) Wilt Thou Therefore Rise (2016)

Michael Gandolfi  (b. 1956) The Nature of Light (2016)

Ludwig van Beethoven (1770–1827) String Quartet, Op.59, No. 2 (1806)

Performers Include:                                             

Violin | Amy Galluzzo, Daniel Lee, Emilie-Anne Gendron, Lisa Lee, Alex Shiozaki, Natalie Kress, Fanny Clamagirando, Jonathan Ong, Dorothy Ro
Viola | Abigail Rojansky, Jesus Rodolfo Rodriguez, Greg Luce, Caitlin Lynch
Cello | Angela Lee, Caleb van der Swaagh, Warren Hagertey
Bass | Dominik Wagner, Milad Daniari
Flute | Kayla Burggraf
Oboe | Amanda Hardy
Bassoon | Brad Balliett
Horn | Patrick Furlo
Trombone | Joël Vaïsse
Trumpet | Matt Gasiorowski                 
Clarinet | Benjamin Baron, Vera Karner
Conductor | Ken-David Masur