(click on each poster to see the program details)
2020-21 Season Opener
Backyard Concert in Apex, NC
Saturday, September 19th at 5:00pm
FREE tickets are required and can be reserved here
Kindling, Charles Peck
Demolition Dance (premier), Grace Gollmar
Tooth Necklace (premier), Stephen Ryan Jackson
You Are Free, Sarah Kirkland Snider
Stay On It, Julius Eastman
Catchfire Collective at SouthEnd Brewing Co.
Sunday, September 20th at 5:00pm
program: "A Little Bit of Catchfire"
Kindling, Demolition Dance, Tooth Necklace, You Are Free, Stay On It, plus some fun covers and solos
Darkwater Women in Music Festival
Catchfire was the Guest Ensemble at the 2nd Annual Darkwater Women in Music Festival. Works performed were "Perceptions for flute and clarinet" by Niloufar Iravani, "by the nature of our conversations for cello and clarinet," by Jessi Harvey, and "Scissors Fantasia Toccata for piano," by Jiyoun Chung. Performance included guest clarinetist Andrea Tiffany.
Dreamscapes: The Music of George Crumb
An immersive experience in January 2020. Program included "Vox Balanae" (Voice of the Whale), "Eleven Echoes of Autumn," "An Idyll for the Misbegotten," and "Dream Sequence."
with guests artists:
Maddy Klee, violin
Andy Hudson, clarinet
Chris Eaton and Gilson Fearnow, percussion
Catchfire Collective plays Michigan
Performances at the MSU Community Music School and Grand Valley State University. Program included "Eroding," by Fjola Evans, "Lost in the Valley of the Night," by Shar Joyner, "Viaje for flute, cello and piano," by Zhou Tian, "Maps for percussion and electronics," by Nick Rich, and "Kindling," by Charles Peck.
Catchfire Collective Presents Kyle Kostenko
Performances in September 2019. Works included "Quartet for flute, clarinet, cello, and piano (1995)," by Mark Carlson, "Techno-Parade for flute, clarinet, and piano," by Guillaume Connesson, "Gate for clarinet and piano," by Graham Fitkin, "Hot Take for clarinet and speaker (premiere)," by Robin McLaughlin, and "Roadshow for Otto," by Carl Schimmel.
May of 2019. Program included "Eroding," by Fjola Evans, "Lost in the Valley of the Night," by Shar Joyner, "Conduit," by Robert Honstein, and "Kindling," by Charles Peck