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Brave New Works residency announced

 11/20/2011

The University of Michigan Composition Department in combination with the Residential College will be hosting Brave New Works (BNW) as an ensemble in residence.  BNW was started in Ann Arbor by University of Michigan music students, and is dedicated to the performance and promotion of new music.  Their residency will include two concerts:

                  11/18 Kerrytown Concert House

                  11/19 McIntosh Theatre

BNW will also hold a number of open rehearsals and a reading session/workshop for current composition students on 11/17 at 4:30 SMTD 2068.

past news

March 2017

Alumnus Michael-Thomas Foumai, MM '11, DMA '14, was named one of the 2017 Morton Gould Young Composer Award recipients by ASCAP.   03/30/2017

Dean Dworkin's statement on proposed elimination of NEA and NEH 03/16/2017

June 2016
January 2016
October 2013

Professor Bright Sheng is profiled in the Detroit News, in anticipation of the debut of his violin concerto, "Let Fly," to be performed by Gil Shaham with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra Oct 4-6, 2013, conducted by Leonard Slatkin.    10/02/2013

September 2013

DMA composition student Patrick Harlin has been named the first-ever winner of the Hermitage Prize, awarded by the Aspen Music Festival and the Hermitage Artist Retreat.    09/04/2013

November 2011
November 2009
May 2009
Current News
UMS, SMTD and the New York Philharmonic Announce Details for 2017 MICHIGAN Residency more
 

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