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The New, in Context, for Ear, Heart and Brain

By Corinna da Fonseca-Wollheim

Published: Dec 10, 2013

From ancient Greece to the moon by way of Monteverdi, Mahler and Puccini: Wednesday evening’s concert by the Dolce Suono Ensemble at Roulette in Brooklyn drew a wide arc. Dolce Suono, which appeared there as part of the inventive Ear Heart Music series, is a Philadelphia-based chamber ensemble founded by the flutist Mimi Stillman that eloquently advocates for new music while placing it in a historical context.

Ms. Stillman, who founded the group, is not only a consummate and charismatic performer, but also a scholar. Her programs tend to activate ear, heart — and brain. Wednesday evening’s program of new chamber cantatas by Jeremy Gill and Shulamit Ran, alongside instrumental works by Roussel, Messiaen and Daniel Catán, was both sonically seductive and thought-provoking as it explored the fluid border between the lyric and the dramatic.

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