UMD Wind Orchestra: Contrasts
UMD Wind Orchestra Plays Lindberg, Reich
The UMD Wind Orchestra closes their 2013-14 season with Contrasts
, a program of compositions by two of modern music's most acclaimed composers. Magnus Lindberg's Gran Duo
is a playful, complex and textually varied piece, while Steve Reich's serene Tehilim
draws on his minimalist style and Jewish heritage. The concert opens with a preview of the UMD Symphony Orchestra's original interpretation of Copland's Appalachian Spring
with movement design by UMD alumna and renowned choreographer Liz Lerman. Music director Michael Votta conducts.
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The last date listed for UMD Wind Orchestra: Contrasts was Friday May 2, 2014 / 8:00pm.
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