New Composition by Prof. Carlos Carrillo "Fetching" and "Alive," New York Times Opines
January 23, 2005
January 23, 2005, Greencastle, Ind. - "Call me old-fashioned, but the work I liked best involved the most traditional compositional procedures: a fetching 15-minute work by Carlos Carrillo for the brilliant So Percussion quartet and chamber orchestra, music alive with undulant rhythms and tart, high-pitched harmonies," writes Anthony Tommasini in today's New York Times. The composition by Carrillo, a Mellon post-doctoral fellow and part-time assistant professor in the DePauw University School of Music, was one of four pieces to receive a world premiere last night at New York City's Carnegie Hall.
The work, a concerto for percussion quartet and chamber orchestra, is entitled Algunas metáforas que aluden al tormento, a la angustia y a la Guerra. It was commissioned for the American Composers Orchestra (ACO) by the BMI Foundation, Inc./Carlos Surinach Fund.
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Read more about Dr. Carrillo and his composition in this story.
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