The Poné Ensemble for New Music.
The Poné Ensemble for New Music will current its fall live performance on November 13 at 3 p.m. on the Previous Dutch Church at 272 Wall Road in Kingston. This system will characteristic Sextuor (Sextet) by French Les Six composer Francis Poulenc (1899-1963). The work prompted a stir when premiered in 1933, incomes reward from liberal critics and scorn from traditionalists.
The Poné Ensemble for New Music will premiere a Duet for Violin and Viola by Stanley Walden, identified for his work on the avant-garde theatrical overview Oh! Calcutta! Different works will embrace Acadia for Oboe, Viola and Piano by the Ensemble’s personal Shirley Hoffman Warren; Fanmi Imèn for Flute and Piano (2018) by African American flutist/composer Valerie Coleman; Duet for Flute and Viola by Malcolm Arnold (1921-2006); and The Water Sprites for Flute, Voice and Piano by American composer Amy Seaside (1867-1944).
Admission is free. The instructed donation is $20. For added info, go to www.poneensemble.org.