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Under the musical direction of Maestro Ronald Zollman, Carnegie Mellon’s Contemporary Ensemble is exploring and presenting some very exciting new works to the Pittsburgh community. An interpretive dance troupe joins the ensemble for Hindemith’s Der Dämon.

The final (free!) concert of the year takes place at 8 p.m. this Friday, April 30 in Kresge Theatre on the CMU campus.

John Casken – Infanta Marina
(conductor: Jan Pellant)
Kenneth Hesketh – Threats and Declamations
(conductor: Tobias Volkmann)
Annika Socolofsky* “Three Images of a Winter Night”
(conductor: Jan Pellant)
Jindrich Feld – Nonet (conductor: Jan Pellant)
Jorge Sastre-Martinez Trapped Metamorphosis
(conductor: Tobias Volkmann)
Paul Hindemith – Der Dämon
(conductor: Ronald Zollman)

*Annika is a sophomore dual degree student, majoring in music performance and chemistry.

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April 28, 2010 at 3:36 pm
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  • April 29, 2010 at 1:38 pmPhil Thompson

    Looks like a great concert. Hope everything goes swimmingly!

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