February 22, 2002
MIT Residency Concert: Music of György Ligeti and György Kurtág
Kresge Auditorium, MIT, Cambridge, Massachusetts

  • György Kurtág, Aus der Ferne III
  • György Ligeti, Three Pieces for Two Pianos
  • György Kurtág, Ligatura - Message to Frances-Marie (The Answered Unanswered Question)
    Malina Rauschenfels, double violoncello
  • György Ligeti, Chamber Concerto
  • György Kurtág, Hommage à Mihály András (12 Microludes for String Quartet) Op. 13
  • György Ligeti, Piano Concerto
    Shai Wosner, piano
  • Johann Sebastian Bach, O Lamm Gottes unschuldig arr. György Kurtág
    John Orfe and Jenny Undercofler, piano
  • György Kurtág, ...quasi una fantasia...
    With members of the MIT Wind Ensemble

March 8, 2002
Composer Portrait: György Ligeti
Miller Theatre, New York, NY

  • Three Pieces for Two Pianos
    John Orfe and Jenny Undercofler, pianos
  • Chamber Concerto
  • Hamburg Concerto
    Matt Marks, horn
  • Piano Concerto
    Shai Wosner, piano

Featured Recording

Clint Needham’s Urban Sprawl

This is our world premiere performance at the Mizzou International Composers Festival in 2011.

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Venues

Where We Perform

Alarm Will Sound tours nationally and internationally, having been presented by

  • Carnegie Hall
  • Disney Hall
  • Lincoln Center
  • The Sheldon Concert Hall
  • (Le) Poisson Rouge
  • Miller Theatre
  • Bang on a Can Marathon
  • Merkin Concert Hall
  • The Kitchen
  • The Whitney Museum
  • Kimmel Center
  • Duke Performances
  • Cal Performances
  • Stanford Lively Arts
  • Library of Congress
  • Cleveland Museum of Art
  • The Newman Center
  • The Warhol Museum
  • The Barbican in London
  • Märzmusik in Berlin
  • Holland Festival in Amsterdam
  • Cork Opera House in Ireland
  • Elbphilharmonie in Hamburg
  • Pro Arte in St. Petersburg
  • ArtNovember in Moscow
  • Musikfest Bremen
  • Sacrum Profanum in Krakow
  • TransArt in Bolzano

Member Spotlight

Courtney Orlando

Courtney Orlando

She would have played the cello if she’d had a choice, but her parents loved the violin and put one in her hands before she knew the difference. Courtney grew up in Kutztown, PA and wanted to be a veterinarian. But music took over early in high school and Courtney decided to go to Temple University. Sometimes music school isn’t always all it’s cracked up to be, though, and for Courtney, she says she became “un-enamored (is that a word?)” playing the same music over and over while trying to perfect excerpts for orchestral auditions. She tried music theory and pedagogy while at Eastman for her masters degree but went back to the violin for a DMA after getting swept up by the Ossia new-music crowd—maybe being a musician didn’t mean having to play in orchestra after all.

Courtney now lives in Brooklyn and freelances in the city while teaching ear-training for half of every week at Peabody in Baltimore. She never got away from her veterinarian dreams and volunteers at the SPCA walking and taking care of dogs.

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