Soprano Terri Richter and the UCLA Philharmonia ensemble, conducted by Geoffrey Pope, present a multimedia concert of live music by two contemporary composers, Osvaldo Golijov and Kaija Saariaho. The evening will showcase Saariaho’s Lonh and Golijov’s Ayre, a folk song cycle for soprano, electronics, and chamber ensemble. Featured guest artists include Gee Rabe on hyper-accordion, Buzz Gravelle on ronroco, and Mike D’Errico on laptop. Video graphic design by Yuki Izumihara.
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