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Grad Forum

Friday, January 17th, 2020 7:00 pm

Conrad Prebys Music Center Experimental Theater

Free


2020 is upon us at last, and so too is the latest installment in a proud lineage of Grad Forum concerts! An eclectic, thrice-quarterly grab bag of electro-acoustical-musical-theatrical excellence showcasing the ongoing work of UC San Diego Music Department grad students. Grad Forums are always free, always weird, and usually not terribly long, so join us Friday, January 17th in the Experimental Theater as we plunge ourselves into a shiny new year doubtlessly full of fun new experiences, and fresh existential horrors!

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David DeFilippo, computer - Graduate Recital

Thursday, January 23rd, 2020 7:00 pm

Conrad Prebys Music Center Experimental Theater

Free


Two new works of electronic music:

 

- All sorts

 

- conscientiousness

 

 

Two synths were programmed to have internal dynamic mechanisms, where the musician can mix what processes co-occur and couple together creating rhythmic vibrations. Timbres reach into heavy saturation and unexpected resonance shapes via containing high volume signals with power-preservation.  Signals are projected to higher-dimensions and rotated with other signals or oscillators, altering and adding to the psychedelic sound of the instrument.  

 

Coupling helps multiple processes find a central tendency, a rhythmic voice coupled to a chaotic process gives the chaotic process inflections of pulse timing and due to bi-directionality the rhythm is perturbed by the chaotic process creating phase changes. Demarcations as decelerations form among processes, the consistency of decelerations in terms of its resonance can mask or reveal activity depending on the relations and the actions of the musician.   

 

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The titles of the two works All sorts and conscientiousness signal to the old and new problematics of power and follow from these sentences lifted from instructional documentation of IBM’s Watson-based Personality Insights service:  “You need text written by the person whose personality you are interested in. It should contain words about everyday experiences, thoughts, and responses.  This service applies linguistic analytics and personality theory to infer attributes from a person’s unstructured text. Gain insight into how and why people think, act and feel the way they do.” **

 

**A new IBM service providing micro-targeting capability -- or the antidemocratic identification and persuasion of consumers and voters alike by personality metrics. The Watson system it is based on is general purpose and generates responses to questions using methods of web-based inference. The founder of IBM Thomas J Watson started the corporation up on the technology of census processing, developing punch-card machines to automate sorting and tabulation of populations into grouped types.  Before punch-card technology the census would take 10 years to tally and after only 3 months.  Watson would later work closely with the Nazi party through subsidiary branches in Germany to furnish nazi officials with as many as of such machines with single-use punch-cards that were in the exact shape of the dollar bill as he could, keeping 90% of the profits.  IBM employed workers went door to door to collect population data in search of Jewish people throughout Europe to later abduct and work to death.  The IBM punch-card machine served as an enabling technology for the high-speed realization of Hitler’s idea. It is a haunting example of capitalism and fascism becoming indistinguishable. 

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Felipe Rossi, composition - Graduate Recital

Monday, February 3rd, 2020 7:00 pm

Conrad Prebys Music Center Experimental Theater

Free


Composer Felipe Rossi presents his dissertation recital in support of his Ph.D. defense.

 

Program:

Entrelignes for violoncello and live electronics

Saturation for violin and live electronics

h2enh1 for bass flute and live electronics

Quartet in five scenes for clarinet, viola, double bass and piano

 

Featuring:

Teresa Diaz de Cossio, bass flute

Mark Dresser, double bass

Peter Ko, violoncello

Dimitrios Paganos Koukakis, piano

Päivikki Nykter, viola

Ilana Waniuk, violin

Robert Zelickman, clarinet

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Alexandria Smith, trumpet - Graduate Recital

Friday, February 7th, 2020 7:00 pm

Conrad Prebys Music Center Experimental Theater

Free


Part of the Festival of New Trumpet Music West, http://extension.ucsd.edu/fontwest

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David Borgo:50

Sunday, February 9th, 2020 5:00 pm

Conrad Prebys Music Center Experimental Theater

Free


David Borgo celebrates his half-century birthday in musical style, inviting friends old and new to collaborate on an improvised suite of epic proportions, 
transforming the worldly sounds of brass, wind, wood, voice and skin through otherworldly electronic means into a metamodern masterpiece.

David Borgo - saxophones, winds, electronics
Jeff Kaiser - quartertone trumpet, voice, electronics
Kjell Nordeson - percussion

let the crazy out
let the weirdness shout
let the unconscious loose
release inner recluse
let the automatic sing
let the gibberish ring
let the heart guide
let the energy preside
let the mind wander
drifting over yonder
into the hills
let the spontaneity spike
let it be 
the free roaming psych
(poem by Andy Cappricorn)

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Changing Tides II - A Telematic Translocational Concert

Thursday, February 13th, 2020 7:30 pm

Conrad Prebys Music Center Experimental Theater

Free


Extending their prior 2016 collaboration to a new level of immersive audio-visual design, in February, 2020 an intercultural team of artists presents Changing Tides II, an intercultural music collaboration responding to the climate crisis, featuring renowned improvisers in Seoul and San Diego performing together via cutting-edge technologies. With audiences at both locations, the event links 10 musicians in a stunning scenic environment created by visual artists, including Korean director Jungung Yang who conceived the design in relation to a Korean shamanic ceremony to simultaneously evoke sorrow and the recirculation of new life. Blending live collaborative performance, pre-recorded materials, visualizations of climate data, and original compositions integrating Korean music, jazz and beyond, Changing Tides II addresses our urgent need for global collaboration and blends past and future artistic expressions in a unique act of collective imagination.


Co-directed by Jungung Yang, Mark Dresser, and Michael Dessen
Scenic design at UC San Diego by Victoria Petrovich
Musicians in San Diego: Stephanie Richards, Mark Dresser, Wilfrido Terrazas, Michael Dessen and Joshua White
Musicians in Seoul: Yoon Jeong Heo, Jean Oh, Aram Lee, Min Wang Hwang, Bae Il Dong and Jungpyo Lee

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Grad Forum

Friday, February 14th, 2020 7:30 pm

Conrad Prebys Music Center Experimental Theater

Free



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WEDS7 red fish blue fish

Wednesday, February 19th, 2020 7:00 pm

Conrad Prebys Music Center Experimental Theater

General Admission: $15.50
UCSD Faculty, Staff, Alumni: $10.50
Students : Free with ID
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Remembering Chou Wen-chung

One of the 20th century’s most important musicians, Professor Chou Wen-chung died at the end of October, leaving behind a wealth of extraordinary music, and a legacy of stewardship.  He paved the way for many young composers, especially those with roots in Asia, and his abiding devotion to the music of his mentor, Edgard Varèse, changed the way many of us heard this great composer of the 20th century. 

Beginning with one of his most ambitious pieces, Echoes from the Gorge for percussion quartet, red fish blue fish pays tribute to Chou Wen-Chung.  We will also perform music by two of his most important students, our colleagues, Chinary Ung and Lei Liang.  Edgard Varèse, paterfamilias of American experimental music, will also make an appearance.  Through this and other music, we will hear the many ways that Chou Wen-chung lives on. 

PROGRAM: 
Part 1: Echoes - Roger Reynolds, comments from the stage

Chou Wen-Chung - Echoes from the Gorge
Steven Schick, James Beauton, Fiona Digney, and Garrett Mendelow

Chinary Ung - Cinnabar Heart 
Rebecca Lloyd-Jones, marimba

Lei Liang - Trans (Quartet Version)
Michael Jones, Rebecca Lloyd Jones, Matthew LeVeque, and Steven Schick

Consulting artist, Yao Lu

Part 2: Rain - Steven Schick Comments from the Stage (5-8’)

Michael Pisaro - ricefall   

Edgard Varèse - Poème Electronique

 

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Selector

Saturday, February 22nd, 2020 7:00 pm

Conrad Prebys Music Center Experimental Theater

Free



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Kathryn Schulmeister, bass - Graduate Recital

Tuesday, March 3rd, 2020 8:00 pm

Conrad Prebys Music Center Experimental Theater

Free


Bassist Kathryn Schulmeister brings radiant energy and rigorous expression to her musical performance ranging from classical to experimental. With a fearless curiosity for collaborative environments, Kathryn’s enthusiasm for seeking opportunities to integrate improvisation, movement and theatre into her creative practice have led her to thrive as an active performer in festivals and venues around the world.  

Kathryn is one of the newest members of the renowned ELISION Ensemble. She also currently performs as a guest with Klangforum Wien, Ensemble Dal Niente, Fonema Consort, and various others. 

Equally passionate and experienced as an orchestral musician, Kathryn served as a core member of the Hawaii Symphony Orchestra for three consecutive seasons from 2014-2017, and has performed with the Phoenix Symphony, the California Chamber Orchestra, Pacific Lyric Opera, the Maui Chamber Orchestra, and Hawaii Opera Theater.

Kathryn is currently pursuing a Doctor of Musical Arts degree in Contemporary Music Performance at the University of California San Diego, studying with internationally acclaimed bassist/improviser/composer Mark Dresser. She received her Bachelor of Music degree from the New England Conservatory of Music in Boston and completed her Master of Music degree at McGill University in Montréal.

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WEDS7 Ricardo Descalzo

Wednesday, March 4th, 2020 7:00 pm

Conrad Prebys Music Center Experimental Theater

General Admission: $15.50
UCSD Faculty, Staff, Alumni: $10.50
Students : Free with ID
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Pianist Ricardo Descalzo presents an evening of solo piano, performing Lei Liang's 1996 composition, Garden Eight, and works by Anna Thorvaldsdottir, Karen Tanaka, and UC San Diego graduate composers.

About Ricardo Descalzo:

Ricardo Descalzo is a contemporary pianist who has performed at many important concert venues such as the Lérida Auditorium, the Zaragoza Auditorium, the March Foundation in Madrid, the Palau de la Música and the Auditorium in Barcelona, the Carré Saint-Vincent in Orleans, the CNSM in Paris, the Palau de la Música in Valencia, the Manoel Theatre in Malta or the Benaroya Hall in Seattle. He has also played at many of the music world's most prestigious festivals, such as the International Festival in Ibiza, the "Quincena Musical" in San Sebastián, the Forfest Festival in the Czech Republic, the International Contemporary Music Festival in Alicante and the Ensems Festival in Valencia, and with the Barcelona Sinfonietta, the l'Empordá Chamber Orchestra, the Symphony Orchestra Ciutat d'Eix, the Grup Instrumental de Valencia and the Orleans Symphony Orchestra. Descalzo has received many different prizes at specialist international music competitions, such as: first prize at the “Xavier Montsalvatge” in Gerona, first prize at the “Valentino Bucchi” in Rome, second prize at the International Contemporary Music Competition in Sitges, third prize at the “Ettore Pozzoli” in Milan, three special prizes at the Orleans Competition and special prize for contemporary music at the ”José Iturbi” in Valencia and “Jaen International Piano Competition," and first prize at the international piano competitions of Ibiza and “Ciudad de San Sebastián”.

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Ilana Waniuk, violin - Graduate Recital

Friday, March 6th, 2020 7:00 pm

Conrad Prebys Music Center Experimental Theater

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Teresa Diaz de Cossio, flute - Graduate Recital

Sunday, March 8th, 2020 3:00 pm

Conrad Prebys Music Center Experimental Theater

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Monday Night Jazz: UC San Diego Jazz Ensemble

Monday, March 9th, 2020 7:00 pm

Conrad Prebys Music Center Experimental Theater

Free


The MUS 95JC Jazz Ensembles concert, under the direction of Kamau Kenyatta, will feature small ensembles performing a variety of exciting compositions, including some written and arranged by student musicians. The instrumentation will include vocals, violin, saxophones, a rhythm section and Afro-Latin percussion.

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Madison Greenstone, clarinet - Graduate Recital

Tuesday, March 31st, 2020 8:00 pm

Conrad Prebys Music Center Experimental Theater

Free


Madison Greenstone

Clarinets

Madison Greenstone is a contra/bass/clarinetist, improviser, and writer currently based in San Diego, California. Madison has been seen and/or heard performing in abandoned grain silos in Buffalo, deregulated spaces in Berlin, the Vigeland Mausoleum in Oslo, an underground bunker in Helsinki, the Royaumont Abbey in France, in front of a kelp tank in San Diego, in a granite quarry in Manitoga, in an art gallery’s darkened projection room, in art spaces at Harvard, and at the Darmstadt Ferienkurse für Neue Musik, among other locales. She maintains collaborative practices, for example, with Michelle Lou under the guise of Shy Bather, Bryan Jacobs with whom she is developing an improvisation practice using mechanical instruments, and a cellist close to home with whom she forms one half of kraam. As a writer Madison has contributed to Tempo (Cambridge University Press). Upcoming projects include a solo album featuring her own improvisations and compositions to be released in 2018 on Kendra Steiner Editions. Madison is currently a DMA student at UCSD with Anthony Burr, where has assisted in teaching courses ranging from 16th century counterpoint, to Baroque and 19th century harmony, formal analysis for composers, to J-Pop.

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Theocharis Papatrechas, composition - Graduate Recital

Friday, April 10th, 2020 7:00 pm

Conrad Prebys Music Center Experimental Theater

Free


Infused by the notion that momentum is firmly associated with, and driven by intuition, Theocharis' music deals with soft, disembodied, and fragile sonic elements laid out throughout rhythmically intricate environments, all under the scope of a dramaturgical sensibility. The effort towards fragility is realized through the simultaneous application of diverse unconventional instrumental techniques, coalescing into a singular musical event. Essential to his compositional process is the intuitive musical progression through a phrase-by-phrase approach, expanding and contracting phrasal durations while thickening and scattering the density of both its rhythmical and textural profiles. The elements of surprise and freshness within the musical narrative are prioritized, avoiding any sense of long formal linearities, resulting in structurally complex trajectories with sudden tempo modulations and abrupt intra-sectional changes, amplifying the parameter of dramaturgy.

?For the past four years, Theocharis has developed a serious commitment towards electronic music, integrating an electronic component upon this delicate, friable context to more fully blend and expand the acoustic sound. The interest in electronics is related primarily to live signal processing with a particular focus on granular synthesis, which is to be related to and compatible with the philosophy and character of the instrumental writing. Incorporating prerecorded synthesized sounds is also a practice his music has been extensively focusing on. The electronics merge with the instrumental sonic landscapes, extract their most important elements (pitch/gestural behaviors), highlight them, or, in other cases, contradict them through extreme live manipulation or by playing back sound files with opposing textures. There is a strive for a wide, thick, and intricate sonic spectrum in which processed, fixed, and acoustic sounds mix and contrast, equally contributing to the outcome. His current composition projects include a work for piano and fixed media and a work for double-bass, fixed media and live electronics, and a chamber ensemble work with 3D electronics. All three will be presented as part of his dissertation defense scheduled for the end of Spring 2020.

?Theocharis Papatrechas is a Greek composer, born in 1988, currently a PhD candidate in composition at the University of California, San Diego (UCSD) under the supervision of Rand Steiger.

He holds degrees in composition from the Ionian University (Bachelor’s) and the Eastman School of Music of the University of Rochester (Master’s). In 2010-11, he attended the composition program at the Sibelius Academy as part of the Erasmus program. For his studies, Theocharis has received scholarships from the American Hellenic Educational Progressive Association, and the Onassis, Lilian Voudouri, Samuel Adler and Gerondelis Foundations.

Theocharis has participated in several renowned international composition venues and master-classes such as ManiFeste l’Academie 2018 & 2019 at IRCAM with ensemble Intercontemporain, FORUM with Nouvel Ensemble Moderne, SEAMUS, ICMC-NYCEMF, Shanghai New Music Week with Mivos Quartet, Workshop for Young Composers in Tchaikovsky City with Moscow Contemporary Music Players, Etchings Festival with East Coast Contemporary Ensemble, IDEA Young Composers Workshop with Divertimento ensemble, receiving instruction from Chaya Czernowin, Georg Friedrich Haas, Brian Ferneyhough, Rebecca Saunders, Philippe Leroux, Franck Bedrossian, Stefano Gervasoni, Beat Furrer, and Fred Ledahl.

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Theocharis's music is published by Babel Scores.

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CEMEC

Saturday, April 18th, 2020 8:00 pm

Conrad Prebys Music Center Experimental Theater

Free


The California Electronic Music Exchange Concerts (CEMEC) form a series of events designed to strengthen the connections between the various California educational institutions that maintain computer and electronic music programs. These events are run and curated by the graduate students and faculty of each participating institution. The 2020 CEMEC series will be held at the campuses of CalArts, Mills, UCSD, UCSB, UCI, and Stanford throughout April.

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kallisti presents Chamber Opera

Wednesday, May 6th, 2020 7:00 pm

Conrad Prebys Music Center Experimental Theater

General Admission: $15.50
Faculty, Staff, Alumni: $10.50
Student Rush: Free, one-hour before concert, with ID
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kallisti

Established by Grammy award-winning soprano Susan Narucki at the University of California, San Diego in 2009,  kallisti offers San Diego audiences exceptional performances of rarely heard works for voice in an intimate setting.  Singers from UC San Diego's Graduate Program in Contemporary Music Performance and distinguished guest artists collaborate in a wide range of repertoire that celebrates the extraordinary beauty and power of the singing voice.  

kallisti has also been featured with the La Jolla Symphony (Berio:Symphony)  and on the Green Umbrella Series at the Los Angeles Philhamonic (Reich: Music for 18), both with conductor Steven Schick and in the San Diego Symphony's 2018 It's About Time Festival at Copley Symphony Hall.  In addition, kallisti has toured to Stanford University in a unique collaboration of three world premiere operas:  The Voice Machine (2016)

kallisti chamber operas bring rarely heard masterworks and world premieres to the San Diego community.  kallisti  presented the San Diego premiere of Viktor Ullman's 1943 chamber opera Der Kaiser von Atlantis (2012) in a critically acclaimed production that has been viewed over 4000 times worldwide on Vimeo.

In addition, kallisti presented world premieres of  leading American composer Anthony Davis' Lear on the Second Floor (2013) , Steven Lewis' Noon at Dusk (2016) and the West Coast premiere of Pascal Dusapin's To Be Sung (2009) led by Jullian Pellicano .  In addition, innovative stagings of concert works directed by Susan Narucki have presented  pairings of masterworks by  Erik Satie and Morton Feldman, and Barbara Strozzi and Salvatore Sciarrino .  Our most recent opera project paired two one act operas by Francis Poulenc and American minimalist Tom Johnson.

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kallisti presents Chamber Opera

Friday, May 8th, 2020 7:00 pm

Conrad Prebys Music Center Experimental Theater

General Admission: $15.50
Faculty, Staff, Alumni: $10.50
Student Rush: Free, one-hour before concert, with ID
MUSIC Box Office: 858-534-3448
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kallisti

Established by Grammy award-winning soprano Susan Narucki at the University of California, San Diego in 2009,  kallisti offers San Diego audiences exceptional performances of rarely heard works for voice in an intimate setting.  Singers from UC San Diego's Graduate Program in Contemporary Music Performance and distinguished guest artists collaborate in a wide range of repertoire that celebrates the extraordinary beauty and power of the singing voice.  

kallisti has also been featured with the La Jolla Symphony (Berio:Symphony)  and on the Green Umbrella Series at the Los Angeles Philhamonic (Reich: Music for 18), both with conductor Steven Schick and in the San Diego Symphony's 2018 It's About Time Festival at Copley Symphony Hall.  In addition, kallisti has toured to Stanford University in a unique collaboration of three world premiere operas:  The Voice Machine (2016)

kallisti chamber operas bring rarely heard masterworks and world premieres to the San Diego community.  kallisti  presented the San Diego premiere of Viktor Ullman's 1943 chamber opera Der Kaiser von Atlantis (2012) in a critically acclaimed production that has been viewed over 4000 times worldwide on Vimeo.

In addition, kallisti presented world premieres of  leading American composer Anthony Davis' Lear on the Second Floor (2013) , Steven Lewis' Noon at Dusk (2016) and the West Coast premiere of Pascal Dusapin's To Be Sung (2009) led by Jullian Pellicano .  In addition, innovative stagings of concert works directed by Susan Narucki have presented  pairings of masterworks by  Erik Satie and Morton Feldman, and Barbara Strozzi and Salvatore Sciarrino .  Our most recent opera project paired two one act operas by Francis Poulenc and American minimalist Tom Johnson.

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kallisti presents Chamber Opera

Saturday, May 9th, 2020 7:00 pm

Conrad Prebys Music Center Experimental Theater

General Admission: $15.50
Faculty, Staff, Alumni: $10.50
Student Rush: Free, one-hour before concert, with ID
MUSIC Box Office: 858-534-3448
Purchase Online


kallisti

Established by Grammy award-winning soprano Susan Narucki at the University of California, San Diego in 2009,  kallisti offers San Diego audiences exceptional performances of rarely heard works for voice in an intimate setting.  Singers from UC San Diego's Graduate Program in Contemporary Music Performance and distinguished guest artists collaborate in a wide range of repertoire that celebrates the extraordinary beauty and power of the singing voice.  

kallisti has also been featured with the La Jolla Symphony (Berio:Symphony)  and on the Green Umbrella Series at the Los Angeles Philhamonic (Reich: Music for 18), both with conductor Steven Schick and in the San Diego Symphony's 2018 It's About Time Festival at Copley Symphony Hall.  In addition, kallisti has toured to Stanford University in a unique collaboration of three world premiere operas:  The Voice Machine (2016)

kallisti chamber operas bring rarely heard masterworks and world premieres to the San Diego community.  kallisti  presented the San Diego premiere of Viktor Ullman's 1943 chamber opera Der Kaiser von Atlantis (2012) in a critically acclaimed production that has been viewed over 4000 times worldwide on Vimeo.

In addition, kallisti presented world premieres of  leading American composer Anthony Davis' Lear on the Second Floor (2013) , Steven Lewis' Noon at Dusk (2016) and the West Coast premiere of Pascal Dusapin's To Be Sung (2009) led by Jullian Pellicano .  In addition, innovative stagings of concert works directed by Susan Narucki have presented  pairings of masterworks by  Erik Satie and Morton Feldman, and Barbara Strozzi and Salvatore Sciarrino .  Our most recent opera project paired two one act operas by Francis Poulenc and American minimalist Tom Johnson.

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Selector

Saturday, May 16th, 2020 7:00 pm

Conrad Prebys Music Center Experimental Theater

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Nakul Tiruviluamala - Graduate Recital

Saturday, May 30th, 2020 5:00 pm

Conrad Prebys Music Center Experimental Theater

Free



Matthew Leveque, percussion - Undergraduate Honors

Thursday, June 4th, 2020 7:30 pm

Conrad Prebys Music Center Experimental Theater

Free



Best of ICAM

Thursday, June 11th, 2020 7:00 pm

Conrad Prebys Music Center Experimental Theater

Free



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