Event details ~ Composer bio & List of Works

The Polish Music Center presents an exploration of the newly re-discovered music of Polish composer Roman Ryterband (1914 - 1979). A master of the chamber ensemble, Ryterband enjoyed a career spanning half of the world before settling in Palm Springs, California. Now, an extensive collection of his personal correspondence and musical manuscripts has been donated to the PMC by the composer’s family, and we celebrate this historical gift with a concert of his works for flute, harp, piano and guitar.

Click here for the concert program, which includes one of his most popular works, Two Desert Scenes for flute and harp, as well as the World Premiere of his Double Flute Quintet.

Performers (L-R): Tadeusz Domanowski – piano, Yong Mi Choi - flute, Coleman Itzkoff - cello, duoKYaria (Ko Ni Choi - harp and Yoon-Hee Jung - flute), Dan Fellows - viola, Hee-Seung Lee - harpsichord, and Tomasz Fechner – guitar

 

Saturday, April 2, 2016 | 8:00 p.m.
Alfred Newman Recital Hall, USC (see AHF on campus map)
3616 Trousdale Pkwy, Los Angeles, CA 90089
FREE Admission

Campus Parking: $12 - enter USC Gate 3 at Figueroa St. & McCarthy Way

 

This event is generously supported by the Ryterband and Eisele families, POLAM Federal Credit Union, and the Consulate General of the Republic of Poland in L.A.