Composer Portraits - Misato Mochizuki
March 2, 2017

Shaped by studies in Tokyo and Paris, composer Misato Mochizuki's music integrates Occidental tradition, the Asiatic connection to breath, and a fascination with ritual. Equally active in Japan and Europe, she has been featured at the Louvre and Tokyo's Suntory Hall. Mochizuki has just begun to make inroads in New York, and Miller is pleased to introduce her work more broadly through this Portrait, building on her relationship with local ensemble Yarn/Wire.

Intermezzi III (2010)
Terres Rouges (2005-06) [U.S. premiere]
Moebius-Ring (2003) [U.S. premiere]
Le monde des ronds et des carrés (2015)
Au bleu bois (1998) [U.S. premiere]

8pm | $tba
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