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Bridging Cultures Through Music | Guest Artist Recital
February 27, 2022 @ 3:00 pmFree
Sara Aratake, clarinet
Hsin-Di Shih, cello
Antoine Flores Gracia, saxophone
Maailma ympärilläni käy yhä nopeammalla vaihteella, ja minä (2022) | Leevi Räsänen (world premiere)
Alebrijes (2019) | Daniel Martínez García
City as? (2019) | Erick Tapia
Amfisbaina (2021) | Olli Moilanen (world premiere)
Les danseuses de Rodin (2019) | Bosba Panh
Free, no reservation required
AEKI ensemble represents Artistic Exchange for Knowledge and Inspiration. We are a group of three musicians (clarinet- Sara Aratake, cello- Hsin-Di Shih and saxophone- Antoine Flores Gracia) based in Finland interested in using music as a way to enrich global musical connection between different communities. Each of us come from different countries (U.S., Spain, and Taiwan) but we were able to meet and make music together because of our connection to music. We believe that the use of music could be a significant tool in tying together people across different backgrounds!
In May of 2019 we had a life changing experience in Cambodia where we premiered a new work by a Cambodian composer, discussed musical life in Finland with local musicians, and gave several workshops. After the trip, we felt inspired to continue this project and explore more possibilities in this group. So far we have commissioned 5 pieces from Cambodian, Mexican, and Finnish composers.
- February 27, 2022
- Event Categories:
- Chamber Music, Frontpage Sidebar Feature, Guest Artist Recital
- James and Susan Moeser Auditorium in Hill Hall
145 E. Cameron Ave
Chapel Hill, NC 27599 United States
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