CMA Concerts at Transformer Station
Called “top-notch in all respects” (Sequenza 21) and “an artist to be reckoned with” (Gramophone), violinist and violist Miranda Cuckson is highly acclaimed for her performances of a wide range of repertoire, from early eras to the most current creations. In demand as a soloist and chamber musician, she performs at such venues as the Berlin Philharmonie, Carnegie Hall, the Library of Congress, Miller Theatre, the 92nd Street Y, Guggenheim Museum, Austrian Cultural Forum, Bargemusic, Museum of Modern Art, Monday Evening Concerts in Los Angeles, and the Marlboro, Bard, Lincoln Center, Bridgehampton, Portland, and Bodensee festivals. Cuckson has in recent years earned a reputation as one of the foremost performer-interpreters of contemporary music. Her recently released recording of Luigi Nono’s ”La lontananza nostalgica utopica futura” for violin and electronics (Urlicht AudioVisual), with sound artist Christopher Burns, was named a Best Classical Recording of 2012 by the New York Times.
Iannis Xenakis (1922–2001) Mikka S (1976)
Georg Friedrich Haas (b. 1953) de terrae fine (2001)
Pierre Boulez (b. 1925) Anthemes 1 (1992)
Christopher Burns (b. 1973) come ricordi, come sogni, come ecchi (2011)
Brian Ferneyhough (b. 1943) Intermedio alla ciaconna (1986)
Tickets are $20 ($18 for CMA members) and available online, at the Cleveland Museum of Art box office, and Transformer Station. Please be advised seating is very limited.
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About this City Stages Concert Series:
Setting a standard for vanguard art, the Transformer Station also heralds a new space for adventurous music. This year marks the start of a series of intimate and (mostly) solo concerts presented by the Cleveland Museum of Art, featuring composed and improvised music by some of the most remarkable artists of our time. Virtuosic on every level.
This concert series is presented at:
1460 West 29 Street
Cleveland, OH 44113
The Transformer Station is a new contemporary art museum on Cleveland’s west side, owned by the Fred and Laura Ruth Bidwell Foundation. For six months a year, the Cleveland Museum of Art will present exhibitions with internationally recognized artists, using it as a creative laboratory.
For hours and other information, visit transformerstation.org.