Glass Farm Ensemble Presents
New Chamber Music
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Members, Seniors, Students, Children $15

Each ticket subject to a $5 service fee.

Glass Farm Ensemble's red over black features the premiere of a new work Causeways for piano solo and electronics by Wesleyan-based composer Ron Kuivila; the US premiere of Irish composer Ian Wilson's red over black in the version for flute, clarinet and piano, and GFE founder/pianist Yvonne Troxler's Lure for the same instrumentation. Geneva-based composer Denis Schuler's Hummingbird for flute, clarinet, percussion, and piano was commissioned and premiered in 2014 by the Glass Farm Ensemble. As in every concert of the season, a member of the ensemble will present his interpretation of Swiss composer Roland Moser's conceptual piece An Anecdote, a Poem and a Scene.

Martha Cargo, flute
Eileen Mack, clarinet
Anthony di Bartolo, percussion
Yvonne Troxler, piano