Marc Lowenstein

Marc Lowenstein

Raptly lyrical music.”  The New Yorker

World and U.S. premieres

Marc Lowenstein, one of the most influential figures behind the surging L.A. contemporary music scene, steps into the spotlight with a selection of soaring new works for voice, soloists and chamber orchestra. A composer, conductor and singer, Lowenstein is music director of The Industry—the groundbreaking experimental opera company (Hopscotch, Invisible Cities)—and collaborates with the city’s brightest up-and-coming ensembles and players. Vocalist Jodie Landau opens the concert with the American debut of this, a piece based on Buddhist, Sufi and Hebrew texts, followed by cellist Derek Stein and the world premiere of T’filat haDerech (Prayer for a Journey)—a cello concerto. The program concludes with vocalists Justine Aronson, David Castillo and Grace Bernard in several scenes from Little Bear, a new opera dramatizing the power of children’s stories. 

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THUR 4/6
8:30 pm

G - General Audience

M - REDCAT Members

ST - Students

CA - CalArts Students/Faculty/Staff