was commissioned by cellist Holly Reeves of the Anacapa Quartet. From
very first note several expectations about what a concerto "should be"
are questioned, though not necessarily totally rejected throughout the
piece. The unique sound of the orchestra (no violas or cellos, four
contrabasses) is further emphasized by the physical arrangement: three
flutes placed center stage, and the remainder of the orchestra divided
into two equal ensembles seated on either side of the stage, framing
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