Tue, March 25th

Le Train Bleu and Kathleen Supove

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Doors 6:30PM
Show 7:15PM
Advance Price $10
Door Price $15
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The amazing Kathleen Supové is also a trained kickboxer!  Randall Woolf has written an awesome  new concerto to showcase Kathy's dual talents, choreographed by Heidi Latsky.  It promises to be a wild ride! The rest of the program is no less interesting: premieres by Daniel Wohl, Ted Hearne,  and Sean Friar, all played by LE TRAIN BLEU with Ransom Wilson.  We are excited about the whole show!


LE TRAIN BLEU is a musical collective formed by conductor and flutist Ransom Wilson.  The musicians are among the most exciting young players in New York, and are chosen for their brilliance as well as their expressive qualities.  This performance marks the ensemble’s first series concert at DROM.  The New York Times said of their debut performance:  “Under Mr. Wilson’s baton, the Train Bleu ensemble was both incisive and joyous in execution.”  In the 2011-12 season, the ensemble presented a 4-concert series at the Galapagos Art Space and gave its first performance at (le)poisson rouge, as well as collaborating with the Lar Lubovitch Dance Company in a 2-week season at the Baryzhnikov Arts Center.  

Conductor Ransom Wilson has long been recognized as one of the foremost flutists in the world, and is receiving growing praise for his orchestral conducting as well.  He is the founder and conductor of Solisti New York Orchestra, as well as the former Artistic Director of Oklahoma's OK MOZART International Festival. He has been guest conductor of many prestigious ensembles, including the London Symphony Orchestra, Houston Symphony, Hallé Orchestra, Orchestra of St. Luke's, Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra, Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra and the New York City Opera. Currently a member of the Music Staff at the Metropolitan Opera, he conducted the THE ACADEMY’s Ensemble ACJW 
at Lincoln Center in May of 2011.

Program for the night:

Daniel Wohl- Capture-Release (2013)

**Randall Woolf- Battery  (2014) for piano, ensemble and electronics 


*Sean Friar- Breaking Point (2013) for electric guitar and ensemble


*Ted HearneCutest Little Arbitrage (2011)


* New York Premiere
** World Premiere