Featured composer at Kennesaw State Festival of New Music with So Percussion

Tuesday, February 12, 2013 - Friday, February 15, 2013

Kennesaw State University
Bailey Center
Kennesaw, Georgia

From February 12-15, the Kennesaw State Festival of New Music highlights works David Lang!

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The Child Project, featuring gloATL and Sonic Generator

February 12, 2013
At 8 p.m.

Morgan Hall, Bailey Performance Center
Tickets

Daring, unique, and unconventional, contemporary dance company gloATL joins forces with Sonic Generator, new music ensemble-in-residence at Georgia Tech, for a performance based on David Lang’s the child project. gloATL choreographer and artistic director Lauri Stallings brings Lang’s work to life with KSU’s music students opening the program, performing works written by their peers.

Faculty Artist Showcase

February 13, 2013
At 8 p.m.

Morgan Hall, Bailey Performance Center
Free admission

Kennesaw State’s music faculty is comprised of talented performing artists who hail from the nation’s top music schools and conservatories. With a combined wealth of knowledge and ability, these fine musicians collaborate to present a variety of new works by composers including David Lang, and KSU Composer-in-Residence Laurence Sherr

KSU Symphony Orchestra and Wind Ensemble

February 14, 2013
At 8 p.m.

Morgan Hall, Bailey Performance Center
Tickets

The Symphony Orchestraand Wind Ensemble present an exciting program to include the world-premiere ofRemember the Molecules, a new work by Michael Markowski, commissioned by KSU along with eight other university partners.

Sō Percussion

February 15, 2013
At 8 p.m.

Morgan Hall, Bailey Performance Center
Tickets

Can an amplified cactus be a musical instrument? SōPercussion thinks so. “Innovative” only begins to describe Sō Percussion, the Brooklyn-based percussion quartet who for over ten years has been turning conventional musical ideas on their head. The ensemble has initiated a number of collaborations with important composers, artists, and institutions, and is widely recognized in percussion and new music circles as an exceptional example of musical innovation.

 

Ensembles:  So Percussion