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Sep 3, 2019 - Sep 6, 2019
UMass Chorale

Auditions for Music Ensembles!

Fine Arts Center Music wing
(All day)

Open to all UMass and Five College students. Read about our Ensembles >>

Sep 6, 2019
Salvatore Macchia

Five College New Music Festival - Concert I

Bezanson Recital Hall
7:30 pm

Five College Composers' Concert

Includes music by Warner, Sanford, Sawyer, Macchia & Soper

Sep 7, 2019
Neal Endicott, composer

Five College New Music Festival - Concert II

Bezanson Recital Hall
2:00 pm

An Afternoon of Premieres

Violin duos by Felipe Salles, Dylan Schneider, Adam Har-Zvi, Victor Zheng
Saxophone duo by Neal Endicott
Plus, the Competition-winning piece by Jee Seo

Jennifer Higdon, composer

Five College New Music Festival - Concert III

Bezanson Recital Hall
7:30 pm

American Connections

Music by American composers Higdon, Trester, Truesdell, Wyner, Jacobs & Spratlan

Sep 8, 2019
Helen Grime, composer

Five College New Music Festival - Concert IV

Bezanson Recital Hall
3:00 pm

New Sounds from the Old World

Includes music by Knussen, Aho, Grime & Schnittke

Sep 15, 2019

Senior Choreography Project Auditions

Totman Performance Lab (Totman 202)
1:00 pm to 4:00 pm

The UMass Senior Dance Majors will be holding auditions for their senior thesis performance projects.

Sep 24, 2019
Ken Radnofsky, saxophone

Guest Artist Concert: Kenneth Radnofsky, saxophone

Bezanson Recital Hall
7:30 pm

Kenneth Radnofsky, saxophone & Yoshiko Kline, piano

Music by Creston, Grofe, Trester & Schuller

Sep 26, 2019
Fumi Tomita

Faculty Concert: Fumi Tomita, jazz bass

Bezanson Recital Hall
7:30 pm

A celebration of Fumi Tomita's new CD, The Elephant Vanishes, jazz interpretations of the short stories of Haruki Murakami.