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Chatter at the Cathedral

Autumn Avant-Worship

The Cathedral Church of St. John (318 Silver SW) is a wonderful place to hear wondrous things Downtown. On Sunday, Chatter performs a selection of beautifully challenging chamber music at St. John’s. The concert begins at 3pm, and highlights include the learned musicality of violinist David Felberg, cellist James Holland, flutist Jessie Tatum, percussionist Jeff Cornelius and harpist Lynn Gorman-DeVelder. Performing in a variety of configurations and as soloists, the group presents Debussy’s elusively dreamlike “Sonata for Flute, Viola, Harp”; a technically demanding and harmonically expansive solo cello sonata by Kodály; American composer Ingram Marshall’s sublimely haunting, expressivist and post-minimalist composition for violin and electronics, “September Canons”; Arvo Pärt’s contemplative, tintinnabular composition, “Spiegel im Spiegel”; and experimental composer and Institut de Recherche et Coordination Acoustique/Musique researcher Kajia Saariaho’s intricately detailed chamber piece, “Terrestre.” Whether you're inclined to learn more about what the avant-garde really sounds like or you're an old hand at soaking up these sorts of sonic treasures, this concert promises to be subtly sublime—another set of descriptors the folks over at Chatter seem comfortable invoking. Presale tickets range from $10 to $25, and can be purchased at fcmabq.org. (August March)

Sunday Nov 17, 2013

318 Silver Ave SW
Albuquerque, NM 87102
US

Phone: 505-247-1581

Cost:

$10-$25

Ages:

ALL-AGES!

Contact:

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David Felberg • violin • James Holland • cello • Jesse Tatum • flute