Fifth House Ensemble & Jason Vieaux

December 4, 2017, 8:00 pm

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The dynamic Chicago-based Fifth House Ensemble has been praised by the New York Times for its “conviction, authority, and finesse.” John von Rhein of the Chicago Tribune wrote, “You have to admire the sheer imaginative chutzpah these young performers bring to their envelope-pushing enterprise.”  Committed to innovative programming and educational outreach, the ensemble presents performances in traditional and untraditional venues and establishes partnerships with educational institutions and regularly collaborates with artists of other disciplines.

They returns to the WFMT Levin Performance Studio along with guitarist Jason Vieaux with an exciting and varied program of new music.

The ensemble consists of:

Kim Sopata Fleuchaus, flute
Grace Hong, oboe
Elizandro Garcia-Montoya, clarinet
Eric Heidbreder, bassoon
Parker Nelson, horn
Charlene Kluegel, violin
Michael Lieberman, viola
Herine Coetzee Koschak, cello
Eric Snoza, double bass
Katherine Petersen, piano
Jason Vieaux, guitar
Dan Visconti, composer


Devil’s Strum by Dan Visconti
Jason Vieaux, guitar

Lonesome Roads by Dan Visconti

Low Country Haze by Dan Visconti

Antonia by Pat Metheny

Suite Pour Trio D’Anches by Alexandre Tasman
I. Dialogue
II. Scherzino
III. Aria
IV: Finale

Epitaph of Seikilos Trad.

In a Sentimental Mood by Duke Ellington

Café Music by Paul Schoenfield
I. Allegro

String Quartet No. 2 Revolution
I. Groove Cannon
III. December 1989
IV. Groove Machine

Living Language Excerpts by Dan Visconti
Jason Vieaux, guitar