New Solo, Duet, and Ensemble works
Through The Noise is a concert series founded by composer and pianist Zhihua Hu and started by professors and student composers at the Manhattan School of Music. It hopes to eventually treasure composers of various backgrounds from different countries and give concerts that truly push the boundaries of what music can be. The first and second concert Series were held in The Riverside Church and OPERA America/The National Opera Center. The major composers include Pranav Datla, James Diaz, Reiko Füting, Zhihua Hu, Longfei Li, Paolo Marchettini, etc.
Caitlin Cawley, vibraphone
Chen Fan, pipa
Lukas Gabric, saxophone
Zhihua Hu, piano
Daniel Lippel, guitar
Wei Sun, guzheng
Feifei Yang, erhu & voice
Kaiwei Zhi, piano
Yuting Zhou, piano
Amber Evan, soprano
Samuel Zagnit, double bass
Yui Sakagoshi, saxophone
Ivan Solano, clarinet
JEAN-PATRICK BESINGRAND - "Shikome"
PRANAV DATLA - "How Still is the Light"
JAMES DIAZ - "Track One: Intro for four-hands piano"
REIKO FUTING - "Nachspie(ge)l im Nachspie(ge)l"
ALEXANDER HELD - "Goho ol Ollog"
ZHIHUA HU - "Harmony, Woman Who Wears Qipao Dress"
LONGFEI LI - "Mosaic"
PAOLO MARCHETTINI - "I Prelisio a un addio Il Danza"
IVAN SOLANO - "Une Second Infinite, One Hundred Thousand Nearly Certain Deaths"
MENG WANG - "In Times Past"