Date(s) - 10/14/2022
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Elebash Recital Hall
Breadmaking Forrest Pierce (1972- )
Wholesome Yu-Tung Cheng (1994- )
My voice is a broken chorus Christian Quiñones (1996- ) i. full moon ii. waning crescent iii. first quarter The Understanding of All Things Kate Soper (1981- )
The Sea Francisco del Pino (1980- )
Soprano Charlotte Mundy has been called a “daredevil with an unbreakable spine” (SF Classical Voice). Recent performances include George Benjamin’s one-act opera Into the Little Hill at the 92nd Street Y, George Crumb’s Night of the Four Moons with Emerald City Music, the world premiere recording of Unisono II by Agata Zubel with cellist Inbal Segev, and a set of music for voice and electronics presented by New York Festival of Song, described as “an oasis of radiant beauty” by the New York Times. She is a member of TAK ensemble and Ekmeles vocal ensemble, and a passionate educator, having worked with composition and students as a visiting artist at institutions including Columbia University, Harvard, Stanford, Cornell, NYU, University of Pennsylvania and Princeton. Learn more at charlottemundy.com.
- Graduate Center Ph.D./DMA Programs in Music
- DMA Performance Degree Recital
- Free Admission (In-Person and Online Zoom Event)
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