Dusapin's Anacoluthe

This semester, I've been coaching bassist Will Yager and soprano Anika Kildegaard on their chamber music project LIGAMENT. They have been building a great repertoire of pieces for double bass and soprano. Then, we had the idea of working on Pascal Dusapin's composition Anacoluthe, for soprano, double bass, and contrabass clarinet.

Last week, during Ensemble Accroche Note's residency at the School of Music, we worked with clarinetist Armand Angster and soprano Françoise Kubler - she took the pictures.

We are performing Anacoluthe tonight, at the School of Music, University of Iowa, at 7:30 in the Recital Hall. You are invited!

By the way, do you know what an anacoluthe is?


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