NEW YORK –– The Juilliard Percussion Ensemble, led by director Daniel Druckman, presents “Princeton’s Presence” on Monday, December 3, 2018, at 7:30pm in Alice Tully Hall. The program features works for percussion written by Princeton University faculty members and recent Princeton alumni. The Juilliard Percussion Ensemble will perform Juri Seo’s Four for Flexatones(2009); Juilliard Creative Associate Caroline Shaw’s Taxidermy (2012); Donnacha Dennehy’s Surface Tension (2015); Oscar Bettison’s Four Drums for Dresden (2012); Steven Mackey’s Madrigal (2014); and Andy Akiho’s Pillar IV (2014).
Princeton University Concerts' Gustavo Dudamel Residency
Exploring “Art & Faith” Mozart, Pärt, Juri's new clarinet quintet.
Celebration of Korean contemporary piano music
Contemporary music by Korean composers with different educational and professional backgrounds. Music by Unsuk Chin, Texu Kim, Uzong Choe, Juri Seo, Kay Rhie, and more.
Wah for wah wah tubes
Lecture Recital on East Asian Women composers; includes Doremi Variations for solo piano
Edward Forstman, Sam Zagnit, and Jon Clancy play Juri Seo's "#three." All proceeds go to the West Side Campaign Against Hunger.
First Movement of Three Mini Etudes in C as part of her Continuum 88 Series
Part II: Etudes-Legacy, Ligeti, and Beyond
Performance of Shui