The final concert featuring new works composed and performed by SPLICE Institute participants. Stephen Marotto, Taylor Boegel, Lucy Hatem, Robin Meiksins, and Justin Massey perform new works by Ralph Lewis, Nicholas Elert, Robin Meeker-Cummings, Rebecca Gray, and Conner Leigh Shaw. Also featuring music by SPLICE faculty Sam Wells performed by Kenken Gorder.
The third of four concerts featuring new works composed and performed by SPLICE Institute participants. Anna Elder, C. Olivia Valenza, Dan Phipps, Dr. Nanyi Qiang, Wilson Poffenberger, and Alex Lough perform new works by Curtis Rumrill, Ni Zheng, Kyle Grimm, Kris David Bendrick, Stephen Hennessey, and Jared Bradley Tubbs.
The second of four concerts featuring new works composed and performed by SPLICE Institute participants. Grace Cross, Josh Hart, Jenna Michael, Mark Micchelli, Sara Constant, and Amanda Sealock perform new works by Michael Flynn, Tyler Adamthwaite, Drew Smith, Monte Taylor, Jack Langdon, and David DeVasto.
The first of four concerts featuring new works composed and performed by SPLICE Institute participants. Justin Massey, Robin Meiksins, Stephen Marotto, and SPLICE Ensemble perform new works by Andrew McManus, Joshua Clausen, J. Andrew Smith, and Brittany J. Green.
SPLICE Ensemble (Keith Kirchoff, piano; Adam Vidiksis, percussion; Sam Wells, trumpet) give the world premiere of Ansible by Caroline Louise Miller. This commission has been made possible by the Chamber Music America Classical Commissioning Program, with generous funding provided by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. Also playing works by Christopher Biggs, Flannery Cunningham, and Robert Seaback.
SPLICE faculty Adam Vidiksis and Keith Kirchoff share a program presenting the music of featured guest composer Kyong Mee Choi. Also included are works by Heather Stebbins, Stefan Prins, and Christopher Biggs.
Guest artist Ben Melsky joins SPLICE faculty Sam Wells in a program with works by Olga Neuwirth, Karlheinz Stockhausen, Toru Takemitsu, Kaija Saariaho, Pablo Ortiz, and Kyong Mee Choi.
SPLICE Institute’s guest ensemble Dal Niente performs a program of works for instruments and electronics.