Episode #3

Listen: Yale Philharmonia Spans "Four Seasons" and Narrating Bagpipes

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Monday, August 03, 2015

Yale Philharmonia with Shinik Hahm, conductor (Courtesy of Yale University)

On December 6, 2012, as a part of the 2013-2013 season of New Music New Haven, the Yale Philharmonia performed five new works for orchestra.

Yale graduate student composers Michael Gilbertson, Daniel Schlosberg, Stephen Feigenbaum, William Gardiner and Matthew Welch were represented; their inspirations for the program came from sources new and old, including but not limited to Vivaldi's Four Seasons, electronic music and Greek and Indian mythology.

Listen to individual pieces below.

Michael Gilbertson - Sinfonia

Daniel Schlosberg - My reflection ran away with my eyes

Stephen Feigenbaum - My Shade

William Gardiner - Arion

Matthew Welch - Sudamala

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 student-composers alongside the School's deep bench of faculty composers.

Recorded by Eugene Kimball for New Music New Haven.

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