Percussion Consort: GOLDEN AGE is part of the Sounds of the Times Series. Visionary artists and NWS Percussion Fellows present leading-edge contemporary music—including two U.S. premieres—in the intimate, state-of-the-art New World Center. The Program will include New York (2010) by Gavin Bryars; an intermission and …del color a la materia… (2002) by Martin Matalon. The concert will be conducted by Michael Linville.
Michael Linville enjoys a varied career as pianist, percussionist, harpist, conductor, educator and arranger. The Dean of Chamber Music and Fellow Development at the New World Symphony, Mr. Linville programs and coaches much of its extensive non-orchestral performance activities. Additionally, he is the conductor and coordinator of the New World Percussion Consort and acts as curator of MUSAIC, the New World Symphony’s website of educational videos featuring outstanding artists and educators in classical music.
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