Episode #16

Listen: Philharmonia Orchestra of Yale and Yale Camerata Unite

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Sunday, August 16, 2015

Decorative adornment framing the stage of Woolsey Hall. Decorative adornment framing the stage of Woolsey Hall. (Bob Handelman)

On Dec. 11, 2014, the Philharmonia Orchestra of Yale and the Yale Camerata joined forces for a program of new choral and orchestral music from current graduate student composers, as part of this season's New Music New Haven series at Woolsey Hall.

The program opened with the Chamber Chorus of the Yale Camerata presenting new works by Yale School of Music graduate students Katherine Balch, Tiange Zhou and Natalie Dietterich. The Philharmonia Orchestra of Yale presented orchestral works by fellow graduates Jesse Limbacher, Michael Laurello and Nicholas DiBerardino.

Listen to individual pieces below.

Katherine Balch - aeiou

Tiange Zhao - Lament for Adonis

Natalie Dietterich - Conversations with Strangers

Jesse Limbacher - (but I dream in many places)

Michael Laurello - Promises

Nicholas DiBerardino - Asphodel

Q2 Music and the Yale School of Music are partnering to bring you on-demand streaming audio of the university's exciting New Music New Haven concert series, which showcases graduate student work alongside that of the School's deep bench of faculty composers.

Recorded by Eugene Kimball for New Music New Haven.

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