Aron Kallay : October 04, 2016, REDCAT

I'm worried now…but, I won't be worried long

  • Monroe Golden

    I'm Worried Now for retuned/remapped microtonal keyboard
  • Luigi Dallapiccola

    Quaderno Musicale di Annalibera, in honor of Leonard Stein's 100th birthday
  • Ian Dicke

    Counterpundit, for piano, electronics and video, sounds and images of 1980 & 90s WWF professional wrestling, World Premiere, Piano Spheres Commission
  • Karen Walwyn

    June 17th from Mother Emanuel, multi-movement work for solo piano, World Premiere
  • Ives Daoust

    Impromptu with pianist Genevieve Lee, for piano, synthesizer, and tape
  • Laura Karpman

    Shrill, for piano and electronics, World Premiere, Piano Spheres Commission
  • Kate Moore

    World Premiere, Piano Spheres Commission
  • Adolphus Hailstork

    Eight Variations on "Shalom Chaverim"

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