The 2019 Festival of Contemporary Art Music will feature special guest composer Jim Stephenson, WSU oboe professor Keri McCarthy, and a wide variety of other performers and concerts.
PULLMAN, Wash. – Washington State University’s School of Music will present its 2018 Festival of Contemporary Art Music Thursday-Saturday, March 1-3, in Kimbrough Concert Hall and Bryan Hall Theatre. All concerts are free and open to the public.
PULLMAN, Wash. – Four free, public concerts will highlight the annual Festival of Contemporary Art Music at Washington State University.
Public concert schedule
11:10 a.m. New works by WSU student composers, Kimbrough concert hall.
8 p.m. New works by faculty composers Ryan M. Hare, David Jarvis, H. James Schoepflin, Aleksander Sternfeld-Dunn and Gregory Yasinitsky, Bryan theater.
3:10 p.m. All-electroacoustic concert, Kimbrough.
8 p.m. Original works by guest composer Robert Carl, Kimbrough.
PULLMAN – The 2010 Festival of Contemporary Art Music, featuring guest composer Robert Carl, will be hosted by the School of Music Feb. 4-6.
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PULLMAN — Students of WSU’s Piano Pedagogy Lab School (PPLS) will perform a recital of works by guest composer and clinician Dennis Alexander at the Festival of Contemporary Art Music (FoCAM) at 6:30 p.m. on Feb. 6 in Kimbrough Concert Hall.
Alexander is one of North America’s most prolific and popular composers of educational piano music for students of all ages. A native Kansan and University of Kansas graduate, he joined the faculty at the University of Montana in 1972, where he served as piano department chair and taught piano pedagogy for 24 years.
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