Assistant Professor Natalie Lin Douglas is joined by colleagues Mi-Eun Kim (piano), Evan Ziporyn (clarinet), Wesley Ducote (piano), and Karim Al-Zand (composer) for a program of colorful and whimsical character pieces filled with cross-genre influences, including jazz, heavy metal, and folk. Featured are the Boston premieres of Al-Zand’s Loop Studies for violin and looper pedal — a project initiated during the pandemic — and Stomping Grounds for violin, clarinet, and piano.
Benjamin Britten: Reveille for violin and piano
Maurice Ravel: Sonata in G for violin and piano
Karim Al-Zand: Loop Studies for violin and looper pedal
Karim Al-Zand: Imaginary Scenes for violin and piano (Boston premiere)
Karim Al-Zand: Stomping Grounds for violin, clarinet, and piano (Boston premiere)
All Killian Hall concerts are livestreamed at this link: https://mta.mit.edu/viewlisten/live-killian-hall
COVID-19 Health Policy:
As of March 14th, masks are optional. Event attendees are encouraged to be mindful of others’ risk tolerance and respectful of their personal choices. All event attendees are strongly encouraged to be vaccinated and boosted. Tim Tickets are no longer required but may be used by visitors to gain access to the exterior doors. For Killian Hall recitals, please use the Building 14 entrance either by the Lewis Music Library or at 160 Memorial Drive if you are a visitor using a Tim Ticket for access. Visitors may also be escorted on campus by anyone with an active MIT ID.
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