Five composers at the University of Chicago present a collection of premieres centered around the new music ensemble Fonema Consort, known for their “enthusiastic embrace of daring new music” (Chicago Reader). The program includes works for various combinations of soprano, flute, clarinet, trombone, piano, double bass, guitar, percussion, and electronics written by Hunter Brown, Darlene Castro, Andrew Stock, and Rodrigo Bussad.
Free for all attendees, no tickets required
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