The St. Louis Symphony Orchestra and Pulitzer Arts Foundation continued their 17-year partnership of presenting music by composers of today with the November 30-December 1 Live at the Pulitzer concerts.
Curated in collaboration with SLSO Creative Partner and triple-Grammy-winning flutist, speaker, and writer Tim Munro, Live at the Pulitzer presents music by bold, daring, and adventurous composers.
In Live at the Pulitzer: Carrot Revolution, two wild string quartets, by Ted Hearne and Gabriella Smith, revel in the music they adore. Three quiet works act like prayers: Anna Clyne pays homage to her late mother’s words in Rest these hands, Edmund Finnis paints an intimate portrait of a relationship in Brother, and Kate Moore seeks resilience in Whoever You Are Come Forth. SLSO violinist Xiaoxiao Qiang and Eva Kozma, violist Shannon Williams, and cellist Jennifer Humphreys performed on the program.
This Live at the Pulitzer concert was curated to complement the current exhibition at the Pulitzer Arts Foundation: Hannah Wilke: Art for Life's Sake.
See more photos from the concert below. Photos by Virginia Harold.