De Profundis: Out of the Depths

MAY 2, 2019
Thursday at 7 PM

A co-presentation with the Trans-Siberian Arts Festival

Part of TŌN’s Carnegie Hall concert series

Four composers, including Pulitzer Prize winner Virgil Thomson, interpret Psalm 130 in a unique and stirring concert that includes two U.S. premieres.

Program

Virgil Thomson De Profundis

Joachim Raff Psalm 130: De Profundis (U.S. Premiere)

Lera Auerbach De Profundis (Violin Concerto No. 3) (U.S. Premiere)

Lili Boulanger Psalm 130: Du fond de l’abîme (De Profundis)

Tickets

$25–$60

Program Detail

The concert will last approximately 2 hours and 35 minutes.

Virgil Thomson De Profundis
Bard Festival Chorale
4 min

Brief remarks by TŌN bassoonist Adam Romey

Joachim Raff Psalm 130: De Profundis (U.S. Premiere)
Elizabeth de Trejo, soprano
Bard Festival Chorale
40 min

Intermission
20 min

Brief remarks by TŌN trumpet player Anita Tóth

Lera Auerbach De Profundis (Violin Concerto No. 3) (U.S. Premiere)
Vadim Repin, violin
36 min

Brief remarks by TŌN violinist Drew Youmans

Lili Boulanger Psalm 130: Du fond de l’abîme (De Profundis)
Elizabeth de Trejo, soprano
25 min

All timings are approximate. Program and artists subject to change.

Sample the Music

Lili Boulanger Psalm 130: Du fond de l’abîme (De Profundis)

Trans-Siberian Art Festival

The Trans-Siberian Art Festival, founded in 2014 by Artistic Director Vadim Repin in his hometown Novosibirsk, shares its values with TŌN and Leon Botstein: to build cultural, social and geographical bridges across the continents by means of the arts and music education. Each year, the Festival commissions a new work, one of which is Lera Auerbach’s deeply moving violin concerto De profundis, which on this occasion will receive its U.S. premiere. The Trans-Siberian Art Festival has gradually spread out all over Russia to Krasnoyarsk, Omsk, Tyumen, Tobolsk, Samara, St Petersburg, Moscow and beyond its boundaries to Japan, Israel, Belgium and California. The collaboration with TŌN marks a particularly memorable moment in that a Festival project will be presented at Carnegie Hall for the first time.

Photo by David DeNee

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