Miolina Violin Duo (New York) at Koncertkirken

JazzDanmark uploaded this event on March 12, 2019


Blågårds Plads 6 A
3332 9818


Tue, March 26, 2019

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€80/50 kr.



Vagabondage (2018) by Mark Zaki
Winona’s Lesson (2016) by Monroe Golden
Away/Home 1.2 (2010/12) by Lynn Bechtold, with pre-recorded electronics
10 Views of Mount Fuji, inspired by Hokusai (2017) by Sunny Knable
UNISONO V (2018), by Jean-Baptiste Favory, with pre-recorded electronics
Shibuya Tokyo (2009) by Karen Tanaka

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Called "talented and dedicated" by Arts Birmingham, and described as displaying "aggressive and virtuosic prowess" with "brilliance of sound, technical mastery, and stunning expressivity" by I CARE IF YOU LISTEN, violin duo Miolina has been attracting audiences since their inception in 2012. Mioi and Lynn are keen on creating and shaping the violin duo repertoire in the 21st century. To date, the duo has had successful performances in NYC at Brooklyn College, The Church of the Transfiguration, City Lore, Gallery MC, Goddard-Riverside, Greenwich House Music School, Lenox Hill Neighborhood House, (le)Poisson Rouge, The Morbid Anatomy Museum, National Opera Center, NoMad Loft, Parsons School of Design, Queens Library, Rockwood Music Hall, Spectrum, St. Mark's Church, Tenri Cultural Institute, and Turtle Bay Music School. Outside of NYC, they've performed at the University of Alabama and St. Paul United Methodist Church in Birmingham, AL; Experimental Sound Studio in Chicago; Monk Space in Los Angeles; Pensacola State College in Florida; Center for New Music in San Francisco; Corner Store Arts and Rhizome in Washington, DC; Cité Internationale des Arts, La Fine Gueule, and l'Institut Finlandais in Paris, France; and Koendori Classics and Monten Hall in Tokyo, Japan. In 2017, they premiered Victor Kioulaphides' double concerto with the North/South Consonance Chamber Orchestra in NYC. In addition, they have performed on series and festivals such as BAMA, Circuit Bridges, Composers Concordance, COMPOSERFest, Electronic Music Midwest, Infuse Présente, JUMP, NWEAMO, and Sonic Circuits, and have presented masterclasses and worked with composition students at CUNY Queens College, and The Juilliard School. They have also done outreach concerts at The Alabama School for the Deaf and Blind, and at Greenwich House Senior Center and Southbridge Senior Center, both in Manhattan....

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