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Colin Currie and Nicolas Hodges [Concert]

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Coolidge Auditorium

Thomas Jefferson Building

10 First Street SE

Washington, DC 20540

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Some concerts will be listed as SOLD OUT. A limited number of RUSH tickets will be available, at no cost, 2 hours before each performance. Patrons are STRONGLY encouraged to try for a RUSH ticket at the door. Due to no-shows and returned tickets, some seats are ALWAYS available for sold out performances at the event's designated start time. RUSH tickets are offered on a space-available basis. Seats are not guaranteed. The TicketAlert List for this event is at capacity. Patrons registered for the TicketAlert List will receive a notice when returned tickets become first available for booking.
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Colin Currie and Nicolas Hodges
A pair of extraordinary musicians unite in a special program of music for percussion, piano, and their combination. Known for their advocacy of new music, the duo will play classic solo works by Feldman and Stockhausen alongside a newly commissioned piece by Sir Harrison Birtwistle. Rounding out the concert is the second version of Stockhausen’s Kontakte, a treat rarely heard in Washington, D.C.

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Pre-Concert Lecture and Conversation with the Artists
Paul Miller, PhD, Visiting Assistant Professor of Musicianship at Duquesne University
6:30 pm–Whittall Pavilion

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Program

STOCKHAUSEN
Klavierstück V, from Work no. 4

BIRTWISTLE
Variations from the Golden Mountain

FELDMAN
The King of Denmark

BIRTWISTLE
New Work (Library of Congress Co-commission)

STOCKHAUSEN
Kontakte, Work no. 12½

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