You may want to be a composer after reading the program notes for this concert of chamber works by UChicago composition students.
Not only do composers understand how to express the world around them through sound, their ability to translate words and actions into sound grants them the opportunity to travel internationally, interact with similarly-gifted individuals, and have other world-class musicians interpret and project their vision!
Come hear the lives and experiences of prize-winning composers and acclaimed musicians on Saturday, April 9 at 5:00 PM in Fulton Recital Hall. Admission is free.
Composers and works:
Aperturas, for alto saxophone and percussion
TOCCATA for cello and piano
Spell, for solo alto saxophone
Orbits, for viola and piano
Francisco Castillo Trigueros
Nealika, for flute, violoncello, percussion and piano