Concert: Sonic Generator & Orchestre National de Lorraine
Where: Ferst Center for the Arts (349 Ferst Dr NW, Atlanta, GA 30332)
Sonic Generator, the high-tech contemporary music ensemble in residence at Georgia Tech, and soloists of L’Orchestre National de Lorraine joined forces for an exciting evening of contemporary music.
Under the direction of ONL’s music director Jacques Mercier, this transatlantic collaboration presented innovative French and American contemporary music, featuring Steve Reich’s City Life, a seminal work that uses digital samplers to bring the sounds of New York City into the concert hall.
A reciprocal concert performed by the two ensembles will take place at the Arsenal de Metz in France in February 2014.
November 3 Concert Program
Martin Matalon, La siete vidas de un gato
Jason Freeman, Graph Theory
Daniel Wohl, +ou-
John Zorn, Orphee
Steve Reich, City Life
An Atlanta Premiere.
- The ONL and Sonic Generator performed together for the first time on November 3 in Atlanta. Their next joint concert will take place in 2014 in France.
*This concert was co-presented by the Georgia Tech School of Music, the Office of the Arts, and the GVU Center as part of a cultural, artistic, and economic exchange between the cities of Atlanta and Metz. It was initiated by "Prélude" and is a co-production between the Arsenal, Orchestre national de Lorraine and Sonic Generator.
This event is presented with the generous support of: