New Music From Bowling Green

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Faculty and graduate students from Bowling Green State University’s renowned contemporary music program will be performing at Trinosophes in Detroit (1464 Gratiot.) with a program of new music by Georges Aperghis, John Drumheller, Jonathan Harvey, BGSU faculty composer Mikel Kuehn, Bright Sheng, Toru Takemitsu and Ashley Fu-Tsun Wang. The concert will take place on Saturday, April 18th at 8 p.m.

Participating faculty from the College of Musical Arts include flutist Conor Nelson, pianist Solungga Fang-Tzu Liu, trumpeter Charles Saenz, saxophonist John Sampen, and cellist Alan Smith, with DMA student saxophonist Matthew Younglove, violist Kalindi Bellach, clarinetist Gunnar Owen Hirthe, pianist Zachary Nyce, and guest pianist Jeannette Fang.

Tickets for the concert are $5 at the door, and can be reserved through Trinosophes at 313-737-6606.

Cloud Peak Fantasy (John Drumheller)
Charles Saenz, trumpet – Solungga Fang-Tzu Liu, piano

Distance (Toru Takemitsu)
John Sampen, alto saxophone + tape (+video)

Rite of Passage (Mikel Kuehn)
Gunnar Owen Hirthe, bass clarinet + electronics

The Riot (Jonathan Harvey)
Conor Nelson, flute – Gunnar Owen Hirthe, bass clarinet – Jeannette Fang, piano

Meta-Meta (Ashley Fu-Tsun Wang)
Zach Nyce, piano

Rasch (Georges Aperghis)
Matt Younglove, soprano saxophone – Kalindi Bellach, viola

Seven Tunes Heard in China (Bright Sheng), selected movements
Alan Smith, cello
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By: MidAmerican Center for Contemporary Music

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