The Atlantic Chamber Players is a cutting-edge freelance ensemble featuring a unique combination of winds (oboe, saxophone, bassoon, horn) with piano, specializing in rarely played gems of the modern repertoire. Members of the ACP may be heard with the American Classical Orchestra, Atlantic Symphony, New Jersey Symphony Orchestra, New York City Opera, New York City Ballet, New York Arts Ensemble, Bronx Arts Ensemble, and on Broadway.
This concert will feature music by Washington Heights composer David Wolfson, as well as the World Premiere of Steve Cohen’s Quintet written expressly for the Atlantic Chamber Players.
PROGRAM HENRY BRANT (1913-2008) Strength Through Joy in Dresden for Oboe, Saxophone and Piano DAVID AMRAM (b.1930) Greenwich Village Sketches for Alto Saxophone and Piano WALTER HARTLEY (1927-2016) Quartet 1993 for Wind Quartet DAVID WOLFSON (b.1964) Maybe We Won’t Remember How to Be Sorry for Wind Quartet ERIC EWAZEN (b.1954) Sonata for Horn, Bassoon, and Piano CATHERINE McMICHAEL (b.1954) On a Snowy Evening for Soprano Saxophone, Horn and Piano RODION SHCHEDRIN (b.1932) A La Albeniz for Piano MARC MIGO (b.1993) 4 Preludes for Piano AMRAM Trio for Tenor Saxophone, Horn, and Bassoon STEVE COHEN (b.1954) Introduction and Allegro for Oboe, Saxophone, Bassoon, Horn & Piano MICHAEL HEAD (1900-1976) Sonata for Oboe, Bassoon, and Piano
PERFORMERS Sarah Davol, oboe James Noyes, saxophone Andrea Herr, bassoon Lisa Pike, horn Anna Keiserman, piano