Ear Space Concert | 22-23 Modern Music Conversations


Join a contemporary performance ensemble, auditory space, for an evening of chamber music. The program includes the American premiere of “Satka” by Chrisophe Bertrand and the first live performance of “bloody.pink.brain” by Maria Kaoutzani, commissioned and created remotely by auditory space in 2021.


Vincent Povázsay*, co-director and conductor
Richard Drehoff Jr.*, co-producer and composer
Ledah Finck*, violin
Lena Vidulich, viola
Erin Murphy Snedecor, cello
Philip Snyder*, flute
Lucas Gianini, clarinet
Annie Jeng, piano
Victoria Nelson*, percussion

*former UNC-CH


Maria Kaoutzani bloody.rose.brain (2021) *hearing space commission

isaac barzso (this is almost always enough) (2022)

Evan Williams Learn to fly from this pale blue dot (2020)

Georg Friedrich Haas Tria ex uno (2001)

Richard Drehoff Jr. The trunks of the eyes, holding tightly, and the visible moist air exhale. (2022)

Christopher Bertrand Satka (2008) *US premiere


Free, no reservation required

This is a Conversations in Modern Music concert supported by the Jaroslav F. and Barbara S. Hulka Fund for Music in the Community.

auditory space is a contemporary performance ensemble founded in 2016 and made up in part of alumni of UNC’s music department. They create invigorating, multi-sensory musical performances worth believing while investing in North Carolina spaces. Their projects explore the extremes of modern performance and strive to bring audiences closer to the music they experience. earspace has performed throughout the Triangle at CAM Raleigh, Fruit, Burning Coal Theater and less typical venues like Google Fiber Space. They have collaborated with Carolina Performing Arts, Asheville Ballet, UNC Chapel Hill and others, providing regular US and North Carolina premieres of 21st century masterpieces and world premieres of new commissions for 6 years of programming. More information can be found at www.earspace.org.


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