Presented by the Laptop Orchestra at UI
Jean-François Charles, director
 

The Ensemble Accroche Note

Françoise Kubler, soprano
Armand Angster, clarinet
Christophe Beau, violoncello
Wilhem Latchoumia, piano

 

View: Post Concert Photo

Reading Session
Thursday, April 25, 2019 at 4:30 to 8:30pm in the Concert Hall

Concert
Saturday, April 27, 2019 at 7:30p in the Concert Hall

 Program

Threads of the Moment 

Rebecca PAPE [BIO]

for voice, bass clarinet, cello & piano
 

Link 

Jinwon KIM [BIO]

for voice, clarinet, cello & piano
Nima Hamidi, conductor
 

Passacaglia, Movement III 

Alexander TOTH [BIO]

for voice, bass clarinet, cello & amplified piano
Nima Hamidi, conductor
 

Feel a Brain Erase 

Will YAGER 

for cello solo
 

Mi Sheberach 

Tyler KATZ [BIO]

for voice, clarinet, cello & piano
 

Cipher Entropic 

Joseph NORMAN [BIO]

for clarinet, cello & piano
Nima Hamidi, conductor
 

Nocturne 

Hongwei CAI [BIO]

for clarinet, cello & piano
 

Extreme Metal Study 

Carlos COTALLO SOLARES [BIO]

for quartet, with virtual drum set
 

Meiyan 

Wenxin LI [BIO]

for voice, clarinet, cello & piano
 

 Performer

Ensemble Accroche Note

Accroche Note is an ensemble of soloists formed around the soprano Françoise Kubler and clarinettist Armand Angster. Their aim is to lead in the promotion of today's music through a variety of mediums and genres. The programme of each concert dictates the number of musicians who constitute the ensemble. The flexibility of the group, from solo musician to large chamber ensemble, allows them to tackle varying projects; from the historical pages of the classical repertoire to instrumental and vocal literature of the 20th and 21st century. Other projects centre around improvisation through jazz and other improvised traditions. For several years now, the ensemble have developed a policy of commissioning music and working in direct collaboration with composers. Recent premieres given by Accroche Note include works by Pascal Dusapin, Pierre Joldowski, Luis Naon, Alberto Posadas, Philippe Manoury, Marco-Antonio Perez-Ramirez, Ivan Fedele, Zad Moultaka et Bruno Mantovani.