TwoSense ~ Preview of Their Roulette Show

TwoSense performing at the Bang On a Can Marathon in June 2012; Composer/pianist Paul Kerekes helping them out as page turner (Photo courtesy of Tom Steenland)

TwoSense (Ashley Bathgate, cello; Lisa Moore, piano) will be starting up the season with a concert on Thursday, October 4th at 8 PM at Roulette in Brooklyn, NY. 

The acclaimed duo will be featuring an all-American program comprised of pieces by mostly living composers, including some world premieres of commissioned pieces by Daniel Felsenfeld, Ryan Brown and Hannah Lash. Please come down and check them out!

Program (scheduled to be played):
“Three Ideas Sleep (Furiously)” (2012)*+ ~ Ryan Brown (b.1979)
“Nudities” (2012)*+ ~ Daniel Felsenfeld (b.1970)
“Pressure, Friction and Impact” (2012)*+ ~ Hannah Lash (b.1981)
“Fast Flows the River” (2009) ~ Timo Andres (b.1985)
Sonata for Cello and Piano Op. 6 (1932) ~ Samuel Barber (1910-1981)
*World premiere
+Commissioned by TwoSense

TwoSense is a NY-based chamber duo and commissioning venture. Established by the Bang on a Can cellist Ashley Bathgate and alumna pianist Lisa Moore in 2010. TwoSense perform new cello and piano works paired with mainstream classics. Described as the “new music equivalent of a special ops team” (New York Magazine), an “excellent duo” and “eloquent new-music interpreters” (New York Times) TwoSense frequently expand their creative boundaries collaborating with other musicians and artists. During the 2011-12 New York City season they appeared at Bargemusic, the Rubin Museum and the Bang on a Can 25th Anniversary Marathon at the World Financial Center.

Stephen Feigenbaum: Suspended Animation (Firehouse12, New Haven, CT; 10/2/10)

Click here for info and to buy tickets for TwoSense at Roulette
TwoSense, Thursday, October 4th at 8 PM
Roulette
509 Atlantic Ave (corner of Third Ave)
(Downtown) Brooklyn NY 11217
Subway 2, 3, 4, 5, C, G, D, M, N, R, B & Q trains and the LIRR

Lisa Moore Piano : Two Sense

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