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New Scores: 2022 Edward T. Cone Institute Concert

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New Scores: 2022 Edward T. Cone Institute Concert

David Robertson conductor
Steven Mackey institute director & host
New Jersey Symphony

Dai Wei’s Samsāric Dance traces cycles of birth, death and rebirth. Baldwin Giang’s to remember is always forgetting explores “the rich space between sound and the music of memory.” Jack Frerer reimagines his solo cello work Steep with an infusion of orchestral harmony and rhythm. In What do flowers do at night?, Sophia Jani revels in the sonic combinations and possibilities of orchestral writing. Institute Director Steven Mackey provides the concert finale with his own Eating Greens.

The Symphony invites the audience to a post-concert reception to meet the composers and enjoy a special Cone-inspired ice cream flavor crafted for the occasion by our friends at the Bent Spoon.

For more information on the New Jersey Symphony Edward T. Cone Institute, visit njsymphony.org/institute.

Dai Wei Samsāric Dance
Baldwin Giang to remember is always forgetting
Jack Frerer Steep
Sophia Jani What do flowers do at night?
Steven Mackey Eating Greens

Richardson Auditorium, Alexander Hall
Tickets are $8
08:00 PM - 10:00 PM on Sat, 23 Jul 2022

Event Supported By

New Jersey Symphony
800-255-3476
information@njsymphony.org

Artist Group Info

New Jersey Symphony
information@njsymphony.org

Richardson Auditorium, Alexander Hall

Princeton University
Princeton, New Jersey 08544