Concerts from the Library of Congress, 2014-2015: Beyond Labels

OCTOBER 16 at 9 PMLibrary Late

Mavis Staples.

LIBRARY LATE: Technofiles Edition

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Presented in association with BrightestYoungThings

Atlas Performing Arts Center

Although this performance is SOLD OUT at the Atlas Performing Arts Center box office, a limited number of RUSH tickets will be available at the Library, at no cost, beginning 2 hours before each performance. Patrons are strongly encouraged to try for a RUSH ticket at the door, between 7:00 pm and concert time (9:00 pm for this concert). Due to no-shows and returned tickets, some seats are ALWAYS available for sold out performances at curtain. RUSH tickets are offered on a space-available basis. Seats are not guaranteed.

“Chicago’s first lady of the cello” —Time Out Chicago

Cellist Katinka Kleijn, a member of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and International Contemporary Ensemble, brings her extraordinary talents to DC for a fascinating evening of music, technology and innovation. In her collaboration with composers Daniel Dehaan and Ryan Ingebritsen, Intelligence in The Human-Machine, Kleijn connects to an EEG headset to play a live duet with her brain waves. Experience reverb, harmonics and overtones in a trance-like setting while Kleijn pulls from early Baroque cello traditions to Chinese folk music—truly music beyond labels. Photo credit: Daniel Dehaan

D. GABRIELLI

Ricercar no. 1 in G minor

BALTER

memória

DAI FUJIKURA

Eternal Escape

DU YUN

San°

D. GABRIELLI

Ricercar no. 1 in G minor [remix]

DEHAAN, INGEBRITSEN AND KLEIJN

Intelligence in The Human-Machine
REGIONAL PREMIERE