Steve Reich: Selected WorksLabels: Aiyun Huang, Alessandro Valiante, Ben Reimer, Bradley Lubman, Clark Rundell, Diego Espinosa, McGill Percussion Ensemble, sextet, Steve Reich
Steve Reich: Sextet
This performance was given in the summer of 2010 in Halifax, Nova Scotia as part of the Scotiafest Music Festival by the McGill Graduate Percussion Ensemble with the help of Bryan Kelly and Andy Costello on pianos.
McGill Percussion Ensemble:
Aiyun Huang, Diego Espinosa, Ben Reimer, Alessandro Valiante
Pianos: Bryan Kelly, Andy Costello
Steve Reich: Mallet Quartet
Mallet Quartet by Steve Reich, performed by Amadinda Percussion Group on 36th Festival Internacional de Música de Espinho, Portugal 2010 July.
Steve Reich: Octet (Eight Lines)
Performed by Ensemble Modern
Conductor Bradley Lubman. Recorded June 28-29, 1997; released 2002.
Steve Reich: Electric Guitar Phase (2001).
Guitar: Dominic Frasca
Steve Reich: Variations for Vibes, Pianos & Strings
Steve Reich: Four Organs
Edwin van der Wolf
Maracas: Ruud Noordhof
Onderdeel van soundsofmusic in Der Aa-kerk, Groningen
Steve Reich: Proverb
Proverb is a musical composition by Steve Reich for three sopranos, two tenors, two vibraphones, and two electric organs. It is set to a text by Ludwig Wittgenstein. It was written in 1995 and was originally intended for The Proms and the Utrecht Early Music Festival. It was premiered at Alice Tully Hall in New York City on February 10, 1996 by Theatre of Voices with Paul Hillier, to whom the piece is dedicated.
Steve Reich: Music For 18 Musicians
February 5, 2011
Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago
Performance Produced by eighth blackbird
Filmed by Dan Nichols, Nichols Media
Tim Munro, flutes (piano and marimba for this performance)
Michael J. Maccaferri, clarinets
Matt Albert, violin
Nicholas Photinos, cello
Matthew Duvall, percussion
Lisa Kaplan, piano
Third Coast Percussion
Owen Clayton Condon, percussion
Robert Dillon, percussion
Peter Martin, percussion
David Skidmore, percussion
Todd Meehan, percussion
Doug Perkins, percussion
Sunshine Simmons, clarinets
Adam Marks, piano
Amy Briggs, piano
Amy Conn, soprano
Kirsten Hedegaard, soprano
Susan Nelson, soprano
Nina Heebinck, mezzo soprano
This performance was made possible through the generous support of
The Elizabeth F. Cheney Foundation
Prince Charitable Trusts
The Illinois Arts Council
The City of Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs
Steve Reich: Music for a Large Ensemble 1978, Full Version, performed by Steve Reich and Musicians.
Twitter files mysterious trademarks for user identity tracking tools, live news app Friday, April 17, 2015 from VentureBeat » soci...
6 Types of Social Media Content Your Followers Want More Of Wednesday, April 15, 2015 from Social Media Today - The world's best th...
The Sony HX90V and WX500 Are the World’s Smallest 30x Zoom Cameras Tuesday, April 14, 2015 from PetaPixel Sony has just announced pair of s...
Google’s Steely Foe in Europe Saturday, April 18, 2015 from NYT > Business Day The European Union’s commissioner for competition has a r...
Photographer Shaves Off Half His Beard for a Series of Surreal Self-Portraits Wednesday, April 15, 2015 from PetaPixel After spending four ...
Rendeevoo Is A Dating App That Cuts Straight To Cocktails Monday, April 13, 2015 from TechCrunch » Social Dating apps fix the problem of f...
Car bomb explodes outside US consulate Friday, April 17, 2015 from msnbc.com Latest Headlines A car bomb exploded on Friday outside the U.S...
Entrepreneurial Teens Prove Coworking Spaces for Students Can Work Too Thursday, April 16, 2015 from Small Business Trends | small business...
Chelsea v Manchester United Premier League: Team news, injury news, team line ups and TV times Saturday, April 18, 2015 from Metro » Sport ...
ConnectWise vs. Zoho Projects Thursday, April 2, 2015 from Finances Online » Personal Finance In today’s competitive industry situatio...