Skip to Main Content

NODUS Ensemble 2023 Fall Concert Series

This is a past event.

Wednesday, November 8 at 7:00pm

WLF - The Wolfsonian
1001 Washington AVE, The Wolfsonian - FIU, Miami, Florida 33139

The FIU NODUS Fall Concert Series returns with two concerts on November 1st and 8th at The Wolfsonian-FIU. After our 2020 virtual series and a 2-year hiatus, we are back with two concerts of cutting-edge chamber music!

Audiences are invited to the pre-concert discussion of works at 7:00 pm, followed by a performance at 7:30pm. The pre-concert panel includes visual artist Jacek Kolasinski, architect John Stuart, and composers Jacob Sudol and Orlando Jacinto Garcia. The discussions and concerts are free to the public thanks to the generosity of our sponsors.


Concert #1: November 1 at 7pm


Works for percussion, clarinet, and piano on the theme of landscapes and the devastation of war as evidenced in the artwork on display at the Wolfsonian. Featuring percussionist Colin Williams, clarinetist Kelsey Gallagher, and pianist Chen-Hui Jen with music by Ken Ueno, Mark Applebaum, Jacob Sudol, John Luther Adams, Orlando Jacinto Garcia, with video by Jacek Kolasinski.


Concert #2: November 8 at 7pm


Works for violin, clarinet, and cello based on an interpretation of Harry Clarke’s Geneva Window on display at the Wolfsonian. Featuring violinist Misha Vitenson, clarinetist Kelsey Gallagher, and cellist Jason Calloway with music by Julius Eastman, Orlando Jacinto Garcia, Marcos Balter, and Aurelio de la Vega.


For more information about NODUS, click here. 

View performances on New Music Miami Festival YouTube channel. 



Recent Activity

You're not going yet!

This event requires registration.

Statement of Free Expression

FIU endorses the Florida Board of Governors' Statement of Free Expression to support and encourage full and open discourse and the robust exchange of ideas and perspectives on our campuses. In addition to supporting this legal right, we view this as an integral part of our ability to deliver a high-quality academic experience for our students, engage in meaningful and productive research, and provide valuable public service. This includes fostering civil and open dialogue in support of critical thinking in and out of the classroom, including events hosted by the university.