To celebrate the music of our time, the Department of Music and Dance at the University of Vermont is hosting a Festival of New Music April 6-7.
From the Times Argus article:
"Today’s contemporary music tends to feel like a journey, a conversation or atmospheric, and ostensibly Read’s “Neighbors” is a conversation between B-flat clarinet and piano. But the performers also created atmosphere and took an ultimately joyful journey.
Paul Asbell's album Burmese Panther was reviewed in this week's Seven Days. Justin Boland writes:
- 12th Annual Faculty Scholarship Concert on Sunday
- 2019 Concerto Competition Winner: Kylie Elliott, flute
- Seven Days Album Review: David Feurzeig, "Lingua Franca"
- Seven Days: "A Concert With Enlightenment Values: Paul Orgel Plays Haydn"
- Julian Barnett Premieres New Work "X (Two Strings)"
- D'Addario Woodwinds endorses saxophonist Brian McCarthy
- Social Band Celebrates 20th Anniversary ft. "No Vermonters In Heaven" by T.L. Read
- New Works by David Feurzeig
- UVM Opens Michele and Martin Cohen Hall for the Integrative Creative Arts
- VSO "Made in Vermont" Tour ft. world premiere composition by Matt LaRocca
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