National Sawdust partners with Music at the Anthology (MATA) to present their celebrated annual spring festival. Critically acclaimed and broadly respected, The New Yorker has hailed MATA as "the most exciting showcase for outstanding young composers from around the world." The performances at National Sawdust will be curated by Darius Jones and feature their season ensemble-in-residence International Contemporary Ensemble.

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National Sawdust partners with Music at the Anthology (MATA) to present their celebrated annual spring festival. Critically acclaimed and broadly respected, The New Yorker has hailed MATA as "the most exciting showcase for outstanding young composers from around the world." The performances at National Sawdust will be curated by Darius Jones and feature their season ensemble-in-residence International Contemporary Ensemble and Travis LaPlante on saxophone.

Music at the Anthology (MATA) is an incubator for adventurous emerging artists experimenting with composition, multimedia, collaborative performance art, and every imaginable sound in between. MATA presents, supports, and commissions the music of early-career composers, regardless of their stylistic views or aesthetic inclinations. Founded by Philip Glass, Eleonor Sandresky, and Lisa Bielawa in 1996 as a way to address the lack of presentation opportunities for unaffiliated composers, MATA has since developed into the world’s most sought-after performance opportunity for emerging composers and sound artists.

Program:

Christian Dimpker: N. 11 String quartet I
Francisco del Pino: Un pez dorado
Shuyu Lin: In the Station of the Metro
John Aulich: Green, or beautiful in green
Travis Laplante: The Obvious Place
Piyawat Louilarpprasert: Double Shuttering Sprinters (2021) for violin and cello
Wajdi Abou Diab: a tune for Amer's Horn

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May 6

MATA Festival: International Contemporary Ensemble