2005 NEWS AND EVENTS
On December 11, 2005, Ivan Tcherepnin’s Cadenzas in Transition was performed by flutist Grace Yuen, clarinetist Fiona Hughes and pianist Thomas Carr at MIT’s Killian Hall.
On December 2, 2005, flutist Sue-Ellen Hershman-Tcherepnin and pianist Randall Hodgkinson presented a concert entitled “The Musical World of Alexandre Benois,” to open the Boston Public Library’s new exhibit of paintings by Alexandre Benois. Included in the concert was Nikolai Tcherepnin’s Fourteen Sketches on an Illustrated Russian Alphabet, based on Benois’ famous children’s book. A 1926 edition of the music (which is inscribed by Nikolai to his future daughter-in-law Lee Hsien Ming) is also on display, as well as an original concert program from the Boston Symphony Orchestra’s 1931 performance of this piece, conducted by guest conductor N. Tcherepnin.
On November 30, 2005, sound sources recorded by Ivan Tcherepnin were presented at Brandeis University as part of Rozart Remix, a 40 th Anniversary Celebration of the Rose Art Museum’s historic 1965 John Cage/Alvin Lucier Concert. The performance was organized by faculty composer Eric Chasalow, who also directs the Brandeis Electro-Acoustic Music Studio.
On November 9, 2005 composer/artist Stefan Tcherepnin performed at Location One in NYC along with composer/sound installation artist MaryAnne Amacher and drummer/composer Brian Chase. The event was part of performance offerings by Roulette.
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