New Chamber Music at Noon
Date: 12:00pm PDT March 16, 2014 Location: Gregg Pavilion
Friends of Rain, Lewis & Clark’s faculty new music chamber ensemble, presents a program entitled New Chamber Music at Noon on March 16th in the Gregg Pavilion. The program features three works by Chicago-based guest composer Mischa Zupko along with three other North American composers - Michael Johanson, James Harley, and Bonnie Miksch - in performances by Miriam English-Ward, Stephanie Thompson, Emily Cole, Deborah Cleaver, Susan DeWitt Smith, Dunja Jennings, Dorien de León, Carol Biel, Mischa Zupko, and others. Mr. Zupko will be in residence at Lewis & Clark College for several days, where he will deliver presentations on his music and work with student composers.
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Mischa Zupko: Rising
Emily Cole, violin; Deborah Cleaver, piano
Michael Johanson: Rhapsody
Susan DeWitt Smith, piano
James Harley: Song for Nobody
Dunja Jennings, bass clarinet
Mischa Zupko: Occupy
Emily Cole, violin; Miriam English-Ward, viola; Dorien de León, cello; Susan DeWitt Smith, piano
Bonnie Miksch: man dreaming butterfly dreaming man
Miriam English-Ward, violin; Carol Biel, piano
Mischa Zupko: Love Obsession
Dorien de León, cello; Mischa Zupko, piano
A reception will follow the concert.
This concert is part of March Music Moderne IV, the fourth annual celebration of modern music in Portland.
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