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Saturday, January 29, 2022 8:00 PM // Rackham Auditorium

Imani Winds with the Catalyst Quartet

 

Originally scheduled for January 2021, the Imani Winds and the Catalyst Quartet present a joint program called (im)migration: music of change.

The four works on the program explore different pathways of migration, with each ensemble performing a solo work, followed by a second half in which the wind quintet and string quartet join forces.

Featured on the program is a UMS Co-Commission for both ensembles that was composed by the Catalyst Quartet’s former violinist, Jessie Montgomery. Sergeant McCauley is inspired by the Great Migration of African Americans during the early to middle 20th century, from the perspective of Montgomery’s great-grandfather, William McCauley. It brings together spirituals and work songs that reflect McCauley’s route from Mississippi through the West, north to the Dakotas, and eventually back south to Georgia.

This concert is presented in conjunction with SphinxConnect, a national convening focused on diversity and inclusion in the arts.

Imani Winds and the Catalyst Quartet were originally scheduled to perform in Rackham Auditorium on Friday, January 29, 2021.

PROGRAM

Mongo Santamaria (Arr. V Coleman) Afro Blue
Florence Price Negro Folksongs in Counterpoint
Jessie Montgomery Sergeant McCauley (UMS Co-Commission)
Roberto Sierra Concierto de Camára

PERMANENTLY ENDOWED SUPPORT

  • Helmet F. and Candice J. Stern Endowment Fund

PATRON SPONSOR

  • Joel Howell and Linda Samuelson

MEDIA PARTNERS

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Imani Winds with the Catalyst Quartet
Rackham Auditorium
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$12-20 student tickets available

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1/29/22 8:00 PM
Rackham Auditorium

Imani Winds with the Catalyst Quartet

Buy Tickets
Starting at $26 (+ fees)
$12-20 student tickets available
DETAILS

Originally scheduled for January 2021, the Imani Winds and the Catalyst Quartet present a joint program called (im)migration: music of change.

The four works on the program explore different pathways of migration, with each ensemble performing a solo work, followed by a second half in which the wind quintet and string quartet join forces.

Featured on the program is a UMS Co-Commission for both ensembles that was composed by the Catalyst Quartet’s former violinist, Jessie Montgomery. Sergeant McCauley is inspired by the Great Migration of African Americans during the early to middle 20th century, from the perspective of Montgomery’s great-grandfather, William McCauley. It brings together spirituals and work songs that reflect McCauley’s route from Mississippi through the West, north to the Dakotas, and eventually back south to Georgia.

This concert is presented in conjunction with SphinxConnect, a national convening focused on diversity and inclusion in the arts.

Imani Winds and the Catalyst Quartet were originally scheduled to perform in Rackham Auditorium on Friday, January 29, 2021.

PROGRAM (Sat 1/29/2022: Rackham Auditorium)

Mongo Santamaria (Arr. V Coleman) Afro Blue
Florence Price Negro Folksongs in Counterpoint
Jessie Montgomery Sergeant McCauley (UMS Co-Commission)
Roberto Sierra Concierto de Camára

BUY TICKETS

Imani Winds with the Catalyst Quartet
Rackham Auditorium
Starting at $26 (+ fees)
$12-20 student tickets available

CHOOSE A PERFORMANCE:

Buy Tickets

Or call the ticket office at 734-764-2538

* Student, Senior and Group Discounts may be available

SPONSORS

PATRON SPONSOR

  • Joel Howell and Linda Samuelson

MEDIA PARTNERS

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