UCR Department of Music and UCR ARTS present
Outpost Concert Series 2019-2020
Adventurous Music for Curious Ears
Ian Dicke, curator
These performing artists specialize in the performance of contemporary art music consisting of music composed within the last forty years, including many works written specifically for each artist by today’s leading composers.
Violin and piano duo
Featuring violinist Pasha Tseitlin and pianist Nic Gerpe
Preview media is available at: http://panicduo.com/
March 9, 2020
Monday, 7:00 P.M.
Barbara and Art Culver Center for the Arts
3824 Main Street, Riverside (951) 827-4787
Free and open to the public.
Panic Duo is a Los-Angeles based ensemble dedicated to the performance of music of our time. Featuring violinist Pasha Tseitlin and pianist Nic Gerpe, the Duo’s performances of contemporary music have been described as “exciting”, “virtuosic”, and “irresistible”. Engaging audiences into unfamiliar music through a combination of dialogue and uncompromising musicality, Panic Duo has brought a variety of repertoire to audiences since 2009.
Unique in their facility with works from different styles and periods – classical and contemporary, jazz, modernist, world-music inspired – Panic Duo’s performances feature surprising juxtapositions of works. On the cutting edge of new music, their repertoire includes pieces by John Adams, John Corigliano, Nico Muhly, and Jennifer Higdon, and they have collaborated with composers such as Gernot Wolfgang, Anne LeBaron, Stephen Cohn, Isaac Schankler and Juhi Bansal, commissioning, premiering, and recording new works.
Recent performance highlights include a featured concert on the People Inside Electronics series, including the World Premiere of Anne LeBaron’s Fissure, for violin, piano and electronics, which was commissioned by the Duo. The Duo also gave a concert of World Premieres of works for violin and piano by the composers’ collective Improvisatory Minds, a group dedicated to chamber music written by jazz musicians and consisting of Gernot Wolfgang, Michael Patterson, Ed Neumeister and Bevan Manson. The Duo has performed on the Los Angeles-based new music concert series Tuesdays at Monk Space, and have been featured on the Sundays Live series at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.
Panic Duo also recently performed the opening concert of the 2013 Paderewski Festival in Paso Robles, to great acclaim. They “wowed the audience… the Festival opened with thunderous applause” (Scott Brennan, Paso Robles Daily News), and “played with great bravado, passion and skill” (Krysta Close, USC Polish Music Center).
Panic Duo have performed at venues including Leo S. Bing Theater at LACMA, the California Center for the Arts, Thayer and Newman Halls in Los Angeles, California State University Los Angeles and Classical Encounters Foundation, and were the artists in residence for the 2013 New Lens Concert Series.
Public parking is available in nearby lots.
Information: (951) 827-3245 firstname.lastname@example.org
Support has been provided by UCR College of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences and the City of Riverside.
View the 2019-2020 Season here .
Monday, March 9, 2020 at 7:00pm to 8:30pm
UCR ARTS, Barbara and Art Culver Center for the Arts
3824 Main St, Riverside, CA 92501
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