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Interlochen Arts Academy + NY Phil: मुक्ति : MUKTI

Mar 03

This performance begins with an original interdisciplinary work by Interlochen Arts Academy students, followed by a side-by-side performance with NY Phil musicians including works by Valerie Coleman, John Wineglass, Jonathan Bailey Holland, and more. Leslie B. Dunner conducts.

Interlochen Arts Academy + NY Phil: मुक्ति : MUKTI


8:00 PM




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Wu Tsai Theater, David Geffen Hall

Additional Info
This concert will be streamed on the Hauser Digital Wall.


Program Notes

Interlochen Arts Academy Students

मुक्ति : MUKTI (multimedia work, World Premiere)

Valerie Coleman


Jonathan Bailey Holland


Mary Watkins

Soul of Remembrance

John Wineglass

Unburied, Unmourned, Unmarked: Requiem for Rice


  • Leslie B. Dunner


    Praised for electrifying performances, Interlochen Orchestra conductor Leslie B. Dunner maintains an active performance life in addition to bringing a wealth of experience to Interlochen. In addition to 11 years of collaboration with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, his concert engagements have included the Atlanta, Baltimore, Chicago, Dallas, Pittsburgh, San Francisco, and Seattle symphony orchestras; as well as The Philadelphia Orchestra, The Cleveland Orchestra, and New York Philharmonic, among others. He has conducted in Canada, Estonia, Italy, Mexico, Portugal, Russia, South Africa, Spain, and Ukraine. His 2022–23 highlights include conducting The Kennedy Center’s Dance Festival, Reframing the Narrative, Wagner’s Siegfried and Götterdammerung in Newark, Rossini’s L’italiana in Algeri in Tulsa, Tchaikovsky’s The Nutcracker in Oakland, the Calgary Philharmonic’s opening concert, and two concert programs with the New York Philharmonic as part of the inaugural season in the new David Geffen Hall.

    Learn more about Leslie B. Dunner
  • Students from Interlochen Arts Academy


  • Interlochen Arts Academy Orchestra


    A recipient of The American Prize, the Interlochen Arts Academy Orchestra is recognized as one of America’s finest high school orchestras. Under the direction of Leslie B. Dunner, the orchestra performs an advanced repertoire that includes symphonies, concertos, and contemporary works. The orchestra has appeared at Carnegie Hall, David Geffen Hall, and the New World Center and has premiered works by Ash Fure and Hannah Lash, among others. The orchestra is immersed in interdisciplinary creation, collaborating regularly with the six other artistic divisions within Interlochen Arts Academy. Alumni occupy positions in leading orchestras around the world, including principal positions in the New York Philharmonic, Boston Symphony Orchestra, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, The Philadelphia Orchestra, and The Cleveland Orchestra, among others.

    Learn more about Interlochen Arts Academy Orchestra
  • New York Philharmonic Musicians


Special Thanks

Liberation, featuring Interlochen Arts Academy + NY Phil: मुक्ति : MUKTI, is presented by Judith and Stewart Colton.

This concert is part of the Wu Tsai Series Inaugural Season.


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