Ensemble Pamplemousse

Tuesday, May 19, 2015 - 8:00pm to Wednesday, May 20, 2015 - 7:55pm
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Pamplemousse presents a potpourri of proliferous explosions through exquisitely intertwined introversion and exhibitionism. Bookended by the US premiere of Steven Takasugi’s spectacular piano solo Die Klavierübung and Eoin Callery’s death-defying large ensemble work, Morning in the Manor, the three Pamplemousse coldcuts feature the extremes of silent solitude ([33 Words]), extravagant miscommunication (Child of Chimera), and reinterpretation of Life Itself, as seen through the eye of a slide whistle (Still Mistitled).


  • Steve Takasugi : Die Klavierübung - for piano and electronics
  • Andrew Greenwald : [33 Words] - for solo soprano saxophone
  • Bryan Jacobs : Still Mistitled* - for 2 computer-controlled slide whistles, violin, and cello
  • Natacha Diels : Child of Chimera* - for 3 performers
  • Eoin Callery : Morning in the Manor - for flute, oboe, saxophone, violin, cello, piano, and voice

* Brand-new!

Performed by Ensemble Pamplemousse:

  • Natacha Diels, flute
  • Kiku Enomoto, violin
  • Jessie Marino, cello
  • Dave Broome, piano
  • Andrew Greenwald, drums
  • Bryan Jacobs, electronics

With Guest Artists:

  • Amanda DeBoer, voice
  • Ryan Muncy, sax
  • Sky Macklay, oboe
  • James Ilgenfritz, bass


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