2005 Fall Series Highlights

2005 Fall Series Highlights

OCTOBER 19, 2005 – ANNUAL FALL CONCERTS In Memory of Dr. Raoul Ronson, Distinguished New York Publisher of Contemporary Music with Composers Ensemble: Gwyneth Rollin, Director
Butler Institute of American Art, 12:15 pm
Bliss Recital Hall, 8:00 pm

Robert Rollin: The Wandering Bird
Gwyneth Rollin, violin / Robert Rollin, piano

Christopher Mead: Duet for Flutes (WORLD PREMIERE)
Danielle Frabutt and Jessica Begovich, flutes

Wendy Erin Portis: Baroque Style for Two Violins (WORLD PREMIERE)
Natalie Sayhoun and Wendy Portis, violins

Robert Rollin: Canto in Memoriam 2
Gwyneth Rollin, violin

Jared Yount: Broken Bowl (WORLD PREMIERE)
Wendy Portis, violin / Christopher Mead, piano

Pierre Octave Ferroud: Trois pièces pour flute 1
Eduardo Mandujano-Aguilar, flute
1. Bergère captive / 2. Jade / 3. Toan-Yan (La fête du Double-cinq)

Tim Webb: Dream Suite for piano (Invitation to the Trance)
Tim Webb, piano

With support from the Dana School of Music, the College of Fine and Performing Arts, The New Music Guild, Inc., and individual donors.

The programs are dedicated to the memory of New York publisher of Contemporary Music, Dr. Raoul Ronson — who recently passed away. Ronson’s catalogue includes works by over 400 composers, and his passing is a significant loss to the national contemporary music scene.

brief biography of Dr. Raoul Ronson
(October 15 post in the Vindicator)

1. noon performance only
2. evening performance only

About dananewmusic

Through partnerships with the Dana School of Music, the College of Fine and Performing Arts, Youngstown State University, and local community and government leaders, the New Music Society has showcased thousands of amateur and professional compositions — all while focusing efforts to ensure the future of this phenomenal creative organization.

Posted on October 16, 2005, in News and Events. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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