Gregg teams up with the fantastic Attacca Quartet for the world premiere of his new piano quintet, commissioned by The Classical Recording Foundation and funded by a generous gift from Linda and Stuart Nelson.
Joshua Roman conducts the world premiere of Gregg's new work for string orchestra, performed by the Seattle Youth Symphony Orchestra.
SubCulture presents a late-night performance of Kallor's acclaimed setting of Edgar Allan Poe's terrifying short story, The Tell-Tale Heart, featuring the stunning soprano Melody Moore and extraordinary cellist Joshua Roman, directed by the fantastic Sarah Meyers, with a lighting design by Shawn Kaufman.
"[Kallor] mesmerizes until he terrifies." -Berkshire Fine Arts
You've never been to a holiday show like this! Gregg directs a dynamic ensemble of some of the most exciting musicians in New York City.
The Crypt sessions presents the world premiere of Gregg Kallor's setting of Edgar Allan Poe's The Tell-Tale Heart, featuring Joshua Roman and Elizabeth Pojanowski, in collaboration with On Site Opera and directed by Sarah Meyers. October 26 & 28.
Accordion virtuoso Julien Labro can do it all. Equally at home performing traditional Latin music in performing arts centers, free jazz in clubs, and hooks on techno tracks, Labro is a true Renaissance man. At 6pm, he brings us a program of accordion music from around the world, featuring works by Bernhard Molique, Astor Piazzolla, Isaac Albéniz, Gabriel Fauré, Fernando Otero and Labro himself. At 9pm, Labro and Kallor are joined by Jorge Roeder, bass and Richie Barshay, drums for a jazz nightcap.
Three-time Grammy-nominated cellist Dave Eggar will present an innovative program that explores the far-reaching impact of Bach’s famous solo cello suites. Joining Eggar is international tap star Andrew Nemr, Grammy-nominated percussionist Chuck Palmer and innovative pianist Gregg Kallor.
Called “riveting” (San Francisco Chronicle) and “passionate” (The Wall Street Journal), soprano Melody Moore has brought tremendous intensity to such lead roles as Tosca, Lady Macbeth, and Senta in The Flying Dutchman.