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Examples of "kernis"
Relâche play Martin Duckworth and Aaron Kernis; Port of History Auditorium
Kernis has received commissions from leading ensembles and soloists in the world. His works have been premiered by the New York Philharmonic, Baltimore Symphony, San Francisco Symphony, Renée Fleming, and Joshua Bell among others. He spent two years as composer-in-residence with Astral Artists in Philadelphia. Kernis also wrote "Color Wheel" in 2001 for the opening of the Philadelphia Orchestra's Kimmel Center.
Aaron Kernis found immediate success as a composer when his work "Dream of the Morning Sky" was premiered in 1983 by the New York Philharmonic with Zubin Mehta conducting. He was only 23 at the time but won unanimous praise for an incident that took place. Zubin Mehta stopped the orchestra to complain about the vagueness of the score, but Aaron Jay Kernis replied, "Just read what's there." The audience applauded young Kernis for sticking up for his work, and within weeks the story received national attention.
"Pieces of Winter Sky" has a duration of roughly 22 minutes and is composed in a single movement. Kernis described the composition in the score program notes, remarking:
Wuorinen's students include Arthur Russell, Robert Bonfiglio, Michael Daugherty, Aaron Jay Kernis, Peter Lieberson, Tobias Picker, Kenneth Lampl and James Romig.
Her CD of Aaron Jay Kernis' "Double Concerto" with violinist Cho-Liang Lin and the Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra received a 2000 Grammy nomination.
"DMA (ABD), New England Conservatory. MM, Yale School of Music. BM, New England Conservatory. Studies with Michael Gandolfi, Aaron Jay Kernis, and David Lang".
Aaron Jay Kernis (born January 15, 1960) is an American composer serving as a member of the Yale School of Music faculty. Kernis spent 10 years serving as the music advisor to the Minnesota Orchestra and as Director of the Minnesota Orchestra's Composers' Institute. He received numerous awards and honors throughout his thirty-year career. He lives in New York City with his wife, pianist Evelyne Lust, and their two children.
Kernis has written over 25 works for orchestra including concertos for cello, english horn, violin, and toy piano. His key orchestral works include "Musica Celestis", "New Era Dance", "Lament and Prayer", "Newly Drawn Sky", and "Colored Field".
"Still Movement with Hymn" has a duration of roughly 25 minutes and is composed in a single slow movement divided into three sections. Kernis described the composition in the score program note, writing:
Isbin has appeared as soloist with over 170 orchestras, and has commissioned more concerti than any other guitarist, including concerti by John Corigliano, Tan Dun, Aaron Jay Kernis, Joseph Schwantner, Lukas Foss, Chris Brubeck, and Christopher Rouse.
Jerry tells Kernis that he'll agree to lose his moment at the microphone, saying, "I'm supposed to meet my friends to see this [fictional] movie, "CheckMate", at 10:30."
The Schirmer/AMP catalog includes composers such as John Corigliano, Richard Danielpour, Avner Dorman, Gabriela Lena Frank, John Harbison, Aaron Jay Kernis, Leon Kirchner, Peter Lieberson, André Previn, Bright Sheng, Tan Dun, Augusto Brandt and Joan Tower.
Mazzoli holds degrees from the Yale School of Music, the Royal Conservatory of the Hague and Boston University. Her teachers include David Lang, Louis Andriessen, Aaron Jay Kernis, Martin Bresnick, Martijn Padding, and John Harbison.
Wohl holds degrees in composition from Bard College, University of Michigan and the Yale School of Music. His teachers include composers David Lang, Martin Bresnick, Joan Tower, Bright Sheng, Ingram Marshall, William Bolcom and Aaron Jay Kernis.
A night filled with miscommunication begins when Jerry has two stand-up acts scheduled for the same night. At first, the Improv manager, Kernis (played by actor Tom La Grua), tells Jerry that the show has been delayed. Jerry is upset that he must lose his on-stage slot; he is more upset when, after telling Kernis, "You don't understand. I got this all timed out. I got another spot across town at 9:50, I'm not gonna be able to make it!" - he then learns, when he shows up at the other comedy stage later, that his spot was for 9:15, not 9:50.
A champion of contemporary American song and opera, and has premiered works by Ricky Ian Gordon, Aaron Kernis, John Musto, James Sellars, Tom Cipullo, Stewart Wallace and Richard Wilson. She appears with William Sharp and pianist Steven Blier on a New York Festival of Song recording released by Koch International Classics called "Zipperfly & Other Songs" by Marc Blitzstein.
"Bel Canto" has been translated into over 30 languages. According to Patchett, it was slated to become a movie five or six times, a Broadway musical, and an opera by Aaron Jay Kernis, commissioned for the Santa Fe Opera's 2006 season, all of which fell through.
Zare received another BMI award for his orchestral work, "Aerodynamics" in 2009, and received honorable mention in the 2012 ASCAP Frederick Fennell Prize for its wind ensemble transcription. This work was also chosen for the 2009 Minnesota Orchestra Composer Institute, then curated by Aaron Jay Kernis, and it was conducted by Osmo Vanska.
Editing In the Mi(d)st is a ballet made by Miriam Mahdaviani to Oliver Knussen's "The Way to Castle Yonder" and excerpts from his "Music for a Puppet Court" and Aaron Jay Kernis' "Overture in Feet and Meters". The premiere took place June 21, 2002, as part of New York City Ballet's Diamond Project V at the New York State Theater, Lincoln Center.