The culmination of our 2-year residency at Duke University includes recording sessions, master classes, and panel discussions with the PhD student composers.
Deviant Septet presents the world premiere of Brad and Doug Balliett's new work for septet and chorus, Oedipus the King. Joined by The Cecilia Chorus of New York, with 2-time TONY award-winner Stephen Spinella narrating, and the Boston City Singers, Deviant Septet is thrilled to bring this new and exciting work to life. Deviant will also perform the NY premiere of David Liptak's Serge Koussevitzky Award-winning Focusing, and Christopher Cerrone's Recovering.
Deviant Septet's Rice Residency culminates in a performance of Caroline Shaw's LEO, David Liptak's Focusing, Christopher Cerrone's Recovering, and Esa-Pekka Salonen's Catch and Release.
Deviant Septet heads to Texas to work with Rice University student composers, including masterclasses, recording sessions, and performances of student works, culminating in a concert of Deviant Septet's music.
Deviant Septet presents a very special concert featuring the world premiere of our jazz-inflected arrangement of Arnold Schoenberg's Pierrot Lunaire, soprano Mellissa Hughes.
Our second visit to Duke University this season includes more work with student composers on revising their pieces in a master class setting, and culminates in a concert.
The first visit of Year 2 of our Duke University Residency. We'll be working with PhD composers on their pieces for us in open master class settings, as well as give panel discussions on a broad range of topics.
The fully-staged l'Histoire du Soldat by Stravinsky, paired with Don Fruend's Ornery Prelude, and Christopher Cerrone's Recovering.
Deviant Septet's Annual Fundraising Concert Event! A Performance and a Party! What more could you ask for? Admission is free. So come on out to celebrate your favorite Deviants!
An evening featuring music inspired by Stravinsky's L'histoire du Soldat, including Deviant Septet commissions by David Liptak, Caroline Shaw, a World Premiere by Brad Lubman, as well as Esa-Pekka Salonen's thrilling Catch and Release.
Master Classes, lectures on building a career in the 21st Century, panel discussions, open rehearsals, student composer reading sessions and performances as part of the Warren and Patricia Benson Forum on Creativity.
Recording sessions and master classes and lectures surrounding the Duke University student composer works.
A very special evening featuring our fully-staged version of Stravinsky's L'histoire du Soldat (the Soldier's Tale), paired with music of France in the 1920's, featuring Josephine Baker songs.
World Premieres of Duke University composers works paired with the piece that started Deviant Septet, Stravinsky's iconic L'histoire du Soldat (The Soldier's Tale).
Student composer readings, lectures, master classes, and open rehearsals surrounding our concert.
The World Premiere of David Liptak's Focusing, a Deviant Septet commission that won the 2013 Sergei Koussevitzky Award from the Library of Congress, paired with Pulitzer Prize Winner Caroline Shaw's Deviant Septet commission L.E.O., Stefan Freund's The Soldier Dances with Tom Sawyer, and more!
Masterclasses and Lectures by members of Deviant Septet on making a career in music in the 21st Century, individual instruments, student composition reading sessions, panel discussions, and open rehearsals with composer David Liptak.
Masterclasses and Lectures by members of Deviant Septet on making a career in music in the 21st Century, individual instruments, and more, plus readings and rehearsals of student composer works
An evening featuring Two World Premieres: Armando Baylo's The Books of Bokonon, and Robert Pound's The Devil's Due, plus For the Deviants by Brad Lubman and Christopher Cerrone's Recovering, followed Stefan Freund's rocking mashup of Rush and Stravinsky, The Devil Dances with Tom Sawyer.
Masterclasses and Lectures by members of Deviant Septet on making a career in music in the 21st Century, individual instruments, and more!
Deviant Septet presents a master class for young composers at the University at Buffalo as part of our residency. New works composed for the group will be read, and feedback from the ensemble will be discussed during the session.
Igor Stravinsky's L'Histoire du Soldat paired with Esa-Pekka Salonen's Catch and Release and Elliot Cole's Roman de la Rose.