One of the world’s most dynamic chamber ensembles, the Australian Chamber Orchestra (ACO) bring their energetic virtuosity to repertoire old and new and play with a visible sense of shared communication with each other and their audience. The group’s performance in Bing Concert Hall features a new commissioned work for electric violin and strings by composer and Stanford alum Samuel Adams.
This performance by the Australian Chamber Orchestra and the commission by Samuel Adams are generously supported by Roberta and Charles Katz.
WILLIAM BARTON: Didge Fusion
RUTH CRAWFORD SEEGER Andante for Strings; Allegro Possibile
SAMUEL ADAMS: New work for electric violin and strings
WILLIAM BARTON Hypersonic
JOHN ADAMS John’s Book of Alleged Dances: Selections
PAVEL HAAS: String Quartet No. 2, Op.7 “From the Monkey Mountains”