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Fri, Dec 17


Livestream — YouTube and Facebook

Modern Baroque Online

Featuring contemporary works inspired by music of the Baroque era.

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Modern Baroque Online
Modern Baroque Online

Time & Location

Dec 17, 2021, 7:00 PM CST

Livestream — YouTube and Facebook


About the event

Click here to watch on YouTube, or click here to watch on Facebook

5th Wave Collective presents "Modern Baroque", a concert of contemporary works that were inspired by music of the Baroque era (approximately 1600 to 1750). The program features music by Lera Auerbach, Andrea Tarrodi, and more, plus a special performance of Ruby Fulton's "the girl who cried pain", written for 5th Wave flutist Anatolia Evarkiou-Kaku just this year. 

This video concert is a recording of a 5th Wave's November 19 performance at Heaven Gallery (Chicago, IL). The concert will stream on 5th Wave Collective's YouTube channel and Facebook page, beginning at 7pm CT. This broadcast is FREE! Click here to watch on YouTube, or click here to watch on Facebook

Click here to read program notes on 5th Wave's blog. 

Since this is a FREE broadcast, please consider making a donation in lieu of a concert ticket, to help 5th Wave continue its mission. You can make a tax-deductible donation through our fiscal sponsor, Fractured Atlas, by clicking here. 

Modern Baroque

Nina C. Young | Memento Mori 

Aziza Sadikova | La Baroque 

Shulamit Ran | Bach Shards 

Lera Auerbach | 24 Preludes (selections) 

TJ Cole | Scherzo :"Ach Wie Fluchtig, Ach Wie Nichtig"  

Andrea Tarrodi | Madrigali - Hommage à Barbara Strozzi 

Ruby Fulton | the girl who cried pain: a theme & variations 


Anatolia Evarkiou-Kaku, flute

Gordon Daole-Wellman, clarinet

Carmen Abelson, violin

Shannon Mustard, violin

Bethany Pereboom, viola

David Sands, cello

Josephine Yang, piano

Rebecca McDaniel, percussion

"the girl who cried pain" by Ruby Fulton was commissioned by Anatolia Evarkiou-Kaku, and written especially for 5th Wave Collective, Carmen Abelson, and Rebecca McDaniel. Creation of the work is partially supported by a Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events Individual Artists Program grant, and by a grant from the Idaho Commission on the Arts.

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