A program of works relating to Luigi Nono, featuring music by Italian composers as well as Nono’s aesthetic forebears in the Franco-Flemish school. With eight voices, showcasing the virtuosity of the Ekmeles vocalists in a range from the highest soprano to basso profundo. Nono’s own Sara Dolce Tacere will be set in relief by Giacinto Scelsi’s Tre Canti Sacri, and Salvatore Sciarrino’s Tre Canti Senza Pietre. Medieval works by Josquin and Ockeghem round out the program. The evening will end with Miranda Cuckson & Christopher Burns, who will perform Luigi Nono’s “La lontananza nostalgica utopica futura”, or “The nostalgic, utopian, future far-distance”. This Madrigal will feature “wanderer,” the recorded music of Gidon Kremer on solo violin, 8 magnetic tapes and 8 to 10 music stands. This duo’s recording, of the same title, was declared Best Recording of 2012 by the New York Times.