Monday, October 20, 2008
8 p.m. in Drinko Hall
Cleveland State University campus
Free and Open to the Public
On Monday, October 20 at 8 p.m., the Cleveland Contemporary Players (CCP) at Cleveland State University will present the Verge Ensemble in concert. Verge Ensemble is the performing group of The Contemporary Music Forum (cmf) of Washington and has been presenting concerts of new music to Washington audiences for 34 years. Throughout its existence, cmf has pioneered the performance of works involving music and technology and supported music by American women composers, Native American composers and the music of African-American composers.
This versatile ensemble will perform works by Steve Antosca, Larry Austin, Chinary Ung, Jeffrey Mumford, Jefferson Friedman and Adam Silverman.
The Cleveland Contemporary Players (CCP), founded by Cleveland State professor of music and composer Andrew Rindfleisch, is an organization designed to explore the most vital issues relevant to contemporary music and culture. A major component of the Music Composition curriculum at Cleveland State, the CCP brings into residence the most renowned visiting artists in contemporary music. With major residencies occurring up to 10 times per year, the CCP champions the living creative artist and seeks to combine the highest standard of professional performance within the environment of one of the most unique music composition degree programs in the country.
Drinko Hall is located in the Music and Communication Building at 2001 Euclid Avenue, at the corner of Euclid Avenue and East 21st Street. Parking is available in the garage on the corner of Chester Avenue and East 21st Street, adjacent to the Music and Communication Building. Handicap parking is available in front of the building.
For more information about this concert and upcoming events, please contact Vickie Peters, Program Liaison for the Cleveland Contemporary Players, at 216.802.3054 or visit the website at www.csuohio.edu/concertseries/ccp/.
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