NAT 28 Presents “A Scattering of Sequenzas”
NAT 28 is joining the Pittsburgh Festival of New Music to produce A Scattering of Sequenzas, a unique set of pop-up performances throughout Pittsburgh in September. We will be performing from Luciano Berio’s Sequenze, a set of virtuosic, modern works for solo instrumentalists. Berio composed 14 pieces in this set, each for a different instrument. These famous pieces were composed throughout his career – the first composed in 1958 for flute, and the last in 2002 for cello. NAT 28 will draw from its cast of brilliant performers to present these iconic works in different venues throughout the month of September. Venues include: Pittsburgh Opera Headquarters, Mt. Washington Overlook, the PSO 5K event, Strip District Farmer’s Market, and Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh. Check out www.nat28.org for the full list of performances.