Works from the 16th-18th centuries by Henry Purcell, Domenico Gabrielli, Antonio Vivaldi, George Frideric Handel, Jean-Marie Leclaire, Georg Phillip Telemann, and Willian Byrd will be performed by members of the Collegium with director, David Garrett on harpsichord.
The evening’s program includes is a series of miniature new works, each one roughly three minutes long and written specifically for C3LA, the Contemporary Choral Collective of Los Angeles, by members of the CSULB Composers’ Guild.
C3LA is a Los Angeles-based choral collective performing works written exclusively within the last 25 years. C3LA is a unique ensemble dedicated to performing outstanding new choral music, providing a venue for multi-talented singer-composers and singer-conductors to collaborate.
The New Music Ensemble will perform two works by Pauline Oliveros: Pebble Music and From Unknown Silences. Also programmed are glint in river’s bed—Alan Shockley, Pale As Centuries—Sarah Kirkland Snider and, Apartment House Exercise—Christian Wolff.