Marking its 20th anniversary, the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra partners with the Pulitzer Arts Foundation for a three-concert series presenting bold and adventurous chamber music. The 2023/2024 Live at the Pulitzer series is curated for the first time by St. Louis-based composer Christopher Stark, recipient of the 2023 Rome Prize and an Associate Professor of Composition at Washington University in St. Louis.
Programming responds to the art on display and architecture of the museum. Music is performed by the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra and includes works by more than a dozen award-winning composers.
Nov 14: Line and Light
Sky Macklay, Many, Many Cadances
Leilehua Lanzilotti, ko’u inoa
Molly Joyce, Imperfection
Michael Gordon, Light is Calling
Andy Akiho “LigNEouS”, LIgNEouS Suite in 5 Movements
Jan 30: Material and Memory
Laurence Crane, Riis
Olly Wilson, Echoes
Christopher Stark, Maple
Allison Loggins-Hull, Homeland
Cassie Wieland, to live in static
April 9: People and Place
Raven Chacon, The Journey of the Horizontal People
Osvaldo Golijov, Mariel
Molly Herron, Three Sarabandes
Clarice Assad Canções da America
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you require any accommodations to participate in this program.