New Album From Ingrid Arauco
Albany Records just released Resonances, the third album of compositions by the Ruth Marshall Magill Professor of Music.
Ingrid Arauco, Ruth Marshall Magill Professor of Music, whose music has been described as "open(ing) virtuosity to an inspection that reveals wit, passion and deep aspiration" (The Philadelphia Inquirer) has just released Resonances, her third solo album on Albany Records (TROY 1865).
The disc features works for solo and duo pianos and string quartet performed by distinguished pianists Charles Abramovic and Marcantonio Barone and the celebrated Ying Quartet. Arauco's Sonata for Piano was a commission from the Philadelphia Chamber Music Society for Marcantonio Barone, and her String Quartet No. 3 was performed by the Ying Quartet at a 2019 concert sponsored by PCMS at the Perelman Theater, Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts. Sonata for Two Pianos was written for and premiered by Abramovic and Barone at Temple University, and the title work, Resonances, was developed under the auspices of a collaboration grant from American Composers Forum and given its first performance by pianist Marilyn Nonken at Spectrum in Brooklyn. Resonances is available directly from Albany and Amazon, and digitally on Spotify.
Watch the album trailer.