Calendar of Events

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SUNDAY, APRIL 7:

TERMINUS ENSEMBLE • 3 PM • KOPLEFF RECITAL HALL • Free Admission!

Featuring music by Nicole CHAMBERLAIN, Sarah HERSH, Charles KNOX, Salvatore LoCASCIOBrent MILAM, and Bryan WYSOCKI. Part of the Georgia State University School of Music 2018/19 Signature Series

 

MONDAY, APRIL 8:

NEOPHONIA NEW MUSIC ENSEMBLE • 7:30 PM • KOPLEFF RECIAL HALL • Free Admission for all listed events! • Reception to Follow!

Homegrown: Featuring music by Georgia State University School of Music composers including Robert Scott THOMPSON, Brent MILAM, Marc LEMAY, and Hanna Lisa STEFANSSON. Featuring the premiere of ITHACA by Nickitas DEMOS (text by Constantine P. Cavafy with a translation by Dr. Gregory Jusdanis, Humanities Distinguished Professor at The Ohio State University. Part of the Georgia State University School of Music 2018/19 Signature Series

Featuring a pre-concert lecture by Dr. Jusdanis, a noted Cavafy scholar: 6:15 - 7:15 PM on April 8 in Kopleff Recital Hall.

 

TUESDAY, APRIL 9:

BENT FREQUENCY • 7:30 PM • KOPLEFF RECIAL HALL • Free Admission for all listed events!

Anthem: Featuring music by special guest composer George LEWIS, Edwin H. Case Professor of American Music at Columbia University as well as works by Alvin SINGLETON, Anahita ABBASI, Eve BEGLARIAN, GSU alumna College COWARD and Emily KOH. Part of the Georgia State University School of Music 2018/19 Signature Series

Other activities associated with this concert and the George Lewis residency: Interdisciplinary Improvisation Symposium (April 9, 11 AM - Kopleff Recital Hall); Open rehearsal with Bent Frequency (April 9, 3:30 PM - Kopleff Recital Hall); George Lewis Lecture on nis book, A Power Stronger That Itself: The AACM and American Experimental Music (April 10. 9:30 AM - Troy Moore Library, GSU Campus); George Lewis lecture on his music and artistic process (April 11, 3:30 PM - Room 400, Standard Building, GSU SCHool of music).

Funding for this special residency made possible by the GSU Office of the Provost, the GSU School of Music, and the Center for Collaboration & Innovation in the Arts (CENCIA).

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10:

CHAMBER CARTEL • 7:30 PM • KOPLEFF RECIAL HALL • Free Admission!

This program features music by Drew BAKER: Domination of Black; Augustin BRAUD: Dans les pas de la main, homage à Cy Twombly for solo percussion & ensemble; and Philippe HUREL: 3 études pour Atlanta, for flute and percussion. Part of the Georgia State University School of Music 2018/19 Signature Series

 

THURSDAY, APRIL 11:

CANTOS Y CUENTOS & PERIMETER FLUTES • 7:30 PM • Poem 88 Gallery • Admission: $10 suggested donation at the door

At The Commoner (presented by composer Stephen Wood) features Cantos y Cunetos performing works by Michael KURTH, Lera AUERBACH, Ashely FLOYD, Alan THEISEN, Stephen WOOD, and Oliver CAPLAN.

 

FRIDAY, APRIL 12:

ATLANTA CONTEMPORARY ENSEMBLE • 8 PM • First Existential Congregation • Admission: $10 at the door

Untrammeled Featuring works by Stephen WOOD. The Atlanta Contemporary Ensemble will perform compositions from the Untrammeled album, graphic score improvisations of urban wilderness soundscapes, and a world premiere of Natural Sounds and Night Skies.

SATURDAY, APRIL 13:

smol ensemble & MOLOQ • 7:00 PM • Poem 88 Gallery • Admission: $10 suggested donation at the door

Join us for the debut of a NEW contemporary music ensemble in Atlanta! The smol ensemble features toy pianists Amy O’Dell & Monica Pearce and percussionists Justin Greene & Paul Stevens. This inaugural program will feature premieres of compositions by Monica PEARCE and Justin GREENE as well as music by Eva-Maria HOUBEN and a performance of Music for Amplified Toy Piano by John CAGE. Also joining smol ensemble on the concert will be the Atlanta-based duo Moloq performing their post-apocalyptic experimental pop music.