Echoes of the Americas

J. Hulting-Cohen / contemporary, crossover

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Echoes of the America explores different cultures across the Americas. Jonathan Hulting-Cohen presents pieces for soprano saxophone by Stephen Rush, Walter Mays, and Christine Hedden.

The performance Will take place at La Chambre

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Jonathan Hulting-Cohen is Assistant Professor of Saxophone at University of Massachusetts.

He has been a concerto soloist alongside principal players of the Philadelphia Orchestra, and performed under John Adams and David Robertson at Carnegie Hall. Additional performances were at the Kennedy Center & Colburn’s Thayer Hall.

In 2014, Jonathan commissioned 8 pieces for his saxophone and harp duo with Jennifer R. Ellis. His vaudeville saxophone sextet, The Moanin’ Frogs, have appeared across the USA.

He also leads an ambitious interdisciplinary project combining dance, music, visual art, and performance technology.

Jonathan received his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees with Donald Sinta at the University of Michigan. He is a Conn-Selmer Artist and endorses Selmer saxophones.

More informations

The Great Prayer (2008), by Stephen J. Rush

Morning Litany (2014; world premiere), by Christine Delphine Hedden

Moon Dances – Three Native American Sketches (1999), by Walter Mays
Moon Dance
Marokawia’s Lament
Song of the Dancing Skunk


13/07/2015 17:00 - 17:30

La Chambre - 4 place d'Austerlitz

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Musicians / speakers

  • Hulting-Cohen Jonathan / alto saxophone (United States)


  • The Great Prayer (2008) (Stephen J. Rush)
  • Moon Dances - Three Native American Sketches (1999) (Walter Mays)
  • Morning Litany (2014) (Christine Delphine Hedden) / World Premiere