“Uitti has made a career out of demolishing musical boundaries…she might be the most interesting cellist on the planet.” Washington Post
The supremely gifted cellist Frances-Marie Uitti makes a rare Los Angeles appearance for the debut of Michael Jon Fink’s new cello concerto, written especially for her pioneering technique of playing with two bows simultaneously, and chamber ensemble. Known for a prodigious career of dismantling longstanding musical boundaries, Uitti follows with another world premiere by Greg Moore, and works by Lisa Bielawa, Jonathan Harvey, Giacinto Scelsi, Karen Tanaka, and Ken Ueno, most written for Uitti’s incredible interpretations.
Gregory Moore: New Work, world premiere
Michael Jon Fink: New Work, world premiere
Karen Tanaka: The Song of Songs (1996, with electronics)
Lisa Bielawa: Roman Holiday Blues (2011, west coast premiere)
Ken Ueno: Age of Aircraft (2002, west coast premiere)
Giacinto Scelsi: Ygghur (1965)
Funded in part by a generous grant from the Argosy Foundation Contemporary Music Fund.
G - General Audience
M - REDCAT Members
ST - Students
CA - CalArts Students/Faculty/Staff