Event Schedule

New Music Festival 2018

Featured Guest Composer: Amy Williams

Faculty Chamber Music
Monday, November 5 • 8:00 pm • Comstock Concert Hall
Faculty artists in both solo and chamber music ensemble performances, including Don't Tell Susan, Duo, and JB Clips by Amy Williams, and music by UofL faculty composers and other contemporary composers.

Electronic & Computer Music
Tuesday, November 6 • 8:00 pm • Bird Recital Hall
New music for instruments and electronics, featuring guest artist Sam Pluta, with 
music by Pluta, Alvin Lucier, Cathy van Eck, UofL faculty composers and other contemporary composers, with performances by the composers and UofL faculty artists. 

University Symphony Orchestra
Wednesday, November 7 • 8:00 pm • Comstock Concert Hall
Program will include Flood Lines by Amy Williams, as well as music by Jennifer Higdon, James May, and others.

University Collegiate Chorale & Cardinal Singers
Thursday, November 8 • 8:00 pm • Comstock Concert Hall
Program information will be available soon. 

University Wind Ensemble & New Music Ensemble
Friday, November 9 • 8:00 pm • Comstock Concert Hall
Program will include Univocity and Cineshape 5 by Amy Williams, Karel Husa's Cheetah, and music by Kaija Saariaho, Magnus Lindberg, Elliot Carter, Frederick Speck, and others.
 

Other New Music Festival events and presentations:

Sunday, November 4
7:00-8:30pm • Bird Recital Hall
Morton Feldman: His Life & Music
A screening of Zahra Partovi's new film "Softly: A Giant Step" about Morton Feldman will be followed by performances of three of Feldman's shorter works by UofL faculty and guest artists: Journey to the End of the Night (1947), Three Clarinets, Cello, and Piano (1971), and Voice and Instruments 2 (1974).

Monday, November 5
2:00-3:30pm • Music Building Room LL28
Computer Music Composition Seminar with Sam Pluta

Wednesday, November 7
4:00-5:20pm • Music Building Room 125
Composition Seminar with Amy Williams

Thursday, November 8
3:00-3:50pm • Bird Recital Hall
Convocation Lecture with Amy Williams