America in Weimar: On the Margins

3.12.2024 7:30 PM

Event Details

March 12, 2024, 7:30pm

Zankel Hall, Carnegie Hall

Rei Hotoda, conductor

Chrystal E. Williams, mezzo-soprano

Felipe Hostins, accordion

Jerod Impichcha̱achaaha’ Tate, narrator and lead vocal


George Antheil: Jazz Symphony 7’

Jerod Impichcha̱achaaha’  : Lowak Shoppala’ (Clans) (NY premiere) 10–15’

John Glover (composer)/Kelley Rourke (librettist): Right Now (World Premiere) 15’

Duke Ellington: “Solitude” and “Sophisticated Lady”, arr. Morton Gould 8’

Tonia Ko: Breath, Untamed (World Premiere) 15’

Kurt Weill/Ira Gershwin: “My Ship” from Lady in the Dark 5’

AMERICA IN WEIMAR: ON THE MARGINS explores American influence on the Weimar period and—conversely—the legacy of Weimar’s embrace of transgression, non-Teutonic identity, and utopian ideals, all of which continually resonate in today’s American art and music.