Alterity Chamber Orchestra presents “The Art of Levitation”

Alterity Chamber Orchestra returns to the Abbey after a standing room only performance in February! Under the direction of internationally recognized conductor Laszlo Marosi, Alterity’s program The Art of Levitation will feature the music of David Lang, Arlene Sierra, Kate Moore, Ted Hearne, and two of our call for scores winners: Brian Ciach and Julia Seeholzer.

Alterity Chamber Orchestra presents “Reveries”

This very special night, one of only two full orchestral performances this season, will feature Alterity’s signature combination of virtuosic musicianship and diverse contemporary music under the direction of internationally recognized conductor, Laszlo Marosi.

The program will feature works from Timo Andres, Andrew Norman, and Jordan Nobles, as well as new work from Juan Andres Vergara Avilez and Chang Seok Choi, winners Alterity’s International Calls for Scores contest.

$20 general admission. Timucua Members, Active Military, Veterans, and College Students save 50%!

Alterity Chamber Orchestra presents You Are Free

$20 general admission. Members, Students, and Military save 50% on all Ticketed Events. Please also bring food or wine to share

The first chamber concert of the year in our series that will feature the music of Ellen Taaffe Zwilich.


Intrada                                                                                           Ellen Taaffe Zwilich

Dzov Yerku Kooynov [Sea of Two Colors]                             Mary Kouyoumdjian 

I. Behind the Trees

II. House in Ruins [for violin and piano]

Albatross                                                                                        Loren Loiacono

You Are Free                                                                                  Sarah Kirkland Snider

Ando: light against shade                                                          Kristin Kuster 



Carrie Wiesinger, flute

Natalie Grata, clarinet

Caitlin Pequinot, violin

Grace Gavin, cello

William Daniels, piano

David Mitchell, percussion