May 3, 2024 — Late Works

$ 1.00$ 25.00

Pay What You Wish :: Late Works – 9pm at 912 3rd St NW

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Friday, May 3, 2024 at 9pm
Doors Open at 8:15

General Admission: Pay What You Wish!
Cash Bar provided by Rumor Brewing

Pieces from The Primavera Project

Philip Glass Philip’s Song
Layale Chaker Before Bloom
David Krakauer Human Tsunami
Donia Jarrar The Drowning Meadow
Justine Chen Iridescent Gest
Missy Mazzoli Beyond the Order of Things (After Josquin)

Matt Haimovitz cello

GRAMMY-nominated Matt Haimovitz is acclaimed for both his tremendous artistry and as a musical visionary – pushing the boundaries of classical music performance, championing new music and initiating groundbreaking collaborations, all while mentoring an award-winning studio of young cellists at McGill University’s Schulich School of Music in Montreal.

Mr. Haimovitz made his debut in 1984, at the age of 13, as a soloist with Zubin Mehta and the Israel Philharmonic, and at 17 he made his first recording for Deutsche Grammophon (Universal Classics) with James Levine and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. Haimovitz made his Carnegie Hall debut when he substituted for his teacher, Leonard Rose, in Schubert’s String Quintet, alongside Isaac Stern, Mstislav Rostropovich, Pinchas Zukerman and Shlomo Mintz.

Haimovitz’s recording career encompasses more than 20 years of award-winning work on Deutsche Grammophon and his own Oxingale Records. Close collaborations have included composer Philip Glass, pianist Christopher O’Riley, actor Jeremy Irons, author Cornelia Funke, and mezzosoprano Frederica von Stade, among others.

The solo cello recital is a Haimovitz trademark. In 2000, he made waves with his Bach “Listening-Room” Tour, for which Haimovitz took Bach’s beloved cello suites out of the concert hall and into clubs. He was the first classical artist to play at New York’s infamous CBGB, in a performance filmed by ABC News.

Haimovitz’s honors include the Concert Music Award from ASCAP, the Trailblazer Award from the American Music Center, the Avery Fisher Career Grant, the Grand Prix du Disque, the Diapason d’Or, and the Premio Internazionale “Accademia Musicale Chigiana.”

* This Pay What You Wish performance is made possible through the support of the
City of Albuquerque Department of Arts and Culture.

Additional information


General admission seating; doors open at 9:30 am. Come early for best choice.


Enjoy our complimentary espresso bar (tips appreciated!)


Chatter, 912 3rd St NW, Albuquerque, NM 81702

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