Maui Arts & Entertainment

Ebb & Flow Ensemble to Perform at The MACC

January 14, 2015, 10:59 AM HST
* Updated January 18, 10:42 AM
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Ebb & Flow Arts Ensemble. Courtesy photo.

Ebb & Flow Arts Ensemble: (l to r) Ethan Pernela, Joanna Morrison-Pernela, Ignace Jang, Helen Liu, Scott Janusch. Courtesy photo.

By Maui Now Staff

The Maui Arts & Cultural Center will present the Ebb & Flow Ensemble on Sunday, Jan. 18, 2015, at 5 p.m. in the McCoy Studio Theater. Pre-concert discussion begins at 4 p.m.

Ebb & Flow Ensemble is comprised of members of Hawai‘i Symphony: Ethan Pernela, viola; principal cellist Joanna Morrison-Pernela; violin, concert master Ignace Jang; Helen Liu, violin; and principal oboist Scott Janusch.

Works will include Benjamin Britten’s “Phantasy Oboe Quartet” and Jean Francaix’s “Cor Anglais (English Horn) Quartet.”

Also on the program are works by Mario Davidovsky, including his Pulitzer Prize-winning “Synchronisms #6” for piano and electronic sounds, with special video by Peter Swanzy, the world premiere of Robert Pollock’s “Piano Quartet” and an award-winning “String Quartet” by Neil McKay, Hawai‘i’s “dean” of composers,

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“Miraculously, we are presented by The MACC for the eighth time since 2001,” said E&FA Executive Director Pollock. “We are delighted to help celebrate recent centenaries of Benjamin Britten (2013), and Jean Francaix (2012). After 100 years, they have  officially become classical composers!”

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     The concert will be audio live streamed from McCoy Studio Theaterhttps://new.livestream.com/accounts/11701095/events/3726833.

Visit www.ebbandflowarts.org for more information.

Tickets are $25. Call (808) 242-SHOW (7469).

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