Excessive Noise Concert: Orient Occident

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Associate Professor Kirsten Cather from the Department of Asian Studies guides a musical exploration of the influences shared between the East and the West in this semester's second Excessive Noise concert at the Fine Arts Library.

The program — “Orient-Occident” — features UT alumnus and staff member Page Stephens, mezzo soprano, singing Benjamin Britten's "Songs from the Chinese" with UT DMA student Chad Ibison, guitar; current DMA student Kay He's "Soliloquy - Wings" after "Jingwei Filling the Sea" will be performed by fellow DMA student Shih-Wen Fan, clarinet; Charlie Chadwell and Nathan Mertens, both current saxophone students, perform a new work by alumnus and staff member Russell Podgorsek; and several exchange students from the National Academy of Performing Arts in Karachi will showcase Pakistani music both traditional and new.

The event is free and open to the public, and special event prepaid parking ($3) for the E. William Doty Fine Arts Building can be purchased at the Parking & Transportation Services website: https://utcofaparking.clickandpark.com/
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By: PCL and the UT Libraries