Composition Area Fall Concerts

Admission to these concerts is free of charge.

Composition Area Fall Concerts

December 14 & 15, 2022
7:30 PM | Convocation Hall

Join the composition area for their fall concerts showcasing the work of undergraduate and graduate student composers!

December 14 | Music 270 Facebook Event Link

Compositions by: Bella Archer, Paxton Atrens, Tobin Fell, Dave Goel, Makenna Graham, Betty Ling, Krithika Venkataramadas, Lisa Wong and Mingchen Xiong

Perfomers: Maria Protodykonova | piano, and Conrad Sobieraj | cello

December 15 | Music 470/570/GRAD Facebook Event Link

Compositions by: Rana Joudaki, Niaz Pirzadeh, Thomas Powell, Mari Alice Conrad, Xinchen Du, Tatiana Gorchynski, Kurt Stenner, Benedek Gaal, Annie Lamarre and Olivia Menard

Performers: Conrad Sobieraj | cello, Don Ross | clarinet, James Cockell | violin, Shelley Younge | flute, Maria Protodykonova | piano, and Dr. Andriy Talpash | conductor

This concert is a part of the Department of Music's 2022-2023 "Department of Music Presents" Series.

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