113 Collective & Artemis Vocal Ensemble

Frequency Series Presents

113 Collective & Artemis Vocal Ensemble

Sun, May 27, 2018

8:30 pm


Chicago, IL


This event is 18 and over

113 Collective & Artemis Vocal Ensemble
113 Collective & Artemis Vocal Ensemble
113 is a collection of composers and performers of new music that curates innovative concerts, seminars, and master classes. Through ambitious programming, community building, and educational outreach, 113 provides a platform for musicians pursuing bold, personalized artistic visions, and helps them to transmit those visions, unfettered by market pressures or established conventions, as directly and honestly as possible. Since its inception in 2012, 113 has presented over fifty world premieres and continues to work with local and international composers and musicians of the highest caliber.

Artemis Vocal Ensemble is a treble chamber ensemble focused on interdisciplinary collaboration, connecting with the community, and presenting well-researched music in a variety of styles.

Gorilla - Joey Crane
Four Voices - Nomi Epstein
Sirens (XI) - Sam Krahn
Aurelia - Tara Loeper
Three Heavens and Hells (Selected Movements) - Meredith Monk
Proverbs of Hell - Joshua Musikantow
Lullabye for Daisy - Pauline Oliveros
this immoderate translation - Tiffany M. Skidmore

“We love that Twincy is not only a hotbed of traditional classical music performance, it’s also become grounds for brand new and exciting “experimental” shows with traditional instrumentation. Case in point: The 113 Composers Collective hosts another of its intimate performances of world-class ambitious music with a portrait concert of improvised works composed and performed by Richard Barrett, who will be accompanied by special guest Milana Zaric…" - Tracy Oxford, Secrets of the City

"That was quite an incredible experience... intersections between the new and the old, the traditional and the contemporary... that fits within ASI's mission of being a gathering place for all. I appreciate the 113 Composers Collective approach to creating moments like this." - Scott Pollock, Director of Exhibitions, American Swedish Institute (March 2016).
Venue Information:
3111 N. Western
Chicago, IL, 60618