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    A Program of Spectral Music

    Presented by at Marsh Chapel

    March 5, 2010


    A Program of Spectral Music

    Xanthos Ensemble Season Concert

    A Program of Spectral Music

    Please join us with guest artists
    Joanna Goldstein, flute
    Alexis Lanz, clarinet
    Joseph Walker, horn

    Tristan Murail • Seven Lakes Drive
    Gérard Grisey • Talea
    Joshua Fineberg • Veils
    Ronald Bruce Smith • Remembrances of a Garden 


    The Xanthos Ensemble has joined in a collaboration at Boston University,
    presented by the Boston University College of Fine Arts School of Music
    Department of Composition and Theory since 2008. This concert will
    feature works of spectral music, including a US premiere of Boston
    University Associate Professor Joshua Fineberg, and a Boston premiere of
    Northeastern University Assistant Professor Ronald Bruce Smith, both of
    whom worked closely with Tristan Murail. Through a combination of
    internationally recognized repertoire and world premieres of works
    dedicated to the ensemble, the major focus of the ensemble's mission is
    to bring new music to life, written for the ensemble in collaboration
    with living composers, and to that aim they have premiered dozens of
    works and have had several newly composed works dedicated to them since
    the group's inception in 2005. From 2006 to 2008, they served as
    Ensemble in Residence at Boston Conservatory.

    Marsh Chapel

    Boston, MA 02215

    Full map and directions

    Admission Info:
    Suggested donation $15 ($10 students and seniors) Free to BU faculty, staff, and students

    General Day and Time Info:
    7:30 p.m.

    Phone: 617-388-7897

    Accessibility Information: Currently, no accessibility information is available for this event.

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