2014/15 SEASON

• July 25 & 26, 2014
Lincoln Center Out of Doors Festival
Lincoln Center - Hearst Plaza
6pm
Free admission

We join Contemporaneous, The Crossing, eighth blackbird, Face the Music, Hotel Elefant, JACK Quartet, TIGUE, and TILT Brass, to perform the world premiere of John Luther Adams' "Sila: The Breath of the World."

• September 13, 2014
New Music Detroit's Strange Beautiful Music VII
Max M. Fisher Center
4pm-12am
Tickets

We perform works by Thad Anderson, David Biedenbender, Armando Bayolo, Daniel Rhode, Paul Rudy, and Ashley Stanley at New Music Detroit's annual new music marathon. Our fourth appearance on the festival!

• November 1, 2014
Fall concert
Choir room (PAC 1410)
10:00am
Free admission

We serve breakfast and perform classic works of the Twentieth Century. Compositions by Cage, Xenakis, Carter, Berio, Ives, and Debussy.

• November 13-15, 2014
The Wellspring Theater
Kalamazoo, MI
8pm

We perform live music to accompany the dynamic Wellspring/Cory Terry & Dancers on their fall concerts. We perform In C remixes by Jad Abumrad, Zoe Keating, and Mason Bates, plus the world premiere of a new work by ensemble director Bill Ryan, commissioned for this event.

• March 12, 2015
Eberhard Center
Grand Valley State University
Grand Rapids, MI
7-8:30pm, free admission

Our collaboration with the GVSU Art Galleries continue, as we present our annual composition competition. Student composers create 60-second works in response to Jim Cogswell's piece River Tattoo. A judging panel chooses three cash awards, and the audience favorite wins a prize as well. Opening the evening will be the premier of Paul Steinberg's commissioned composition The Inevitability of Change.

• April 3, 2015
Spring Concert
Large Dance Studio
Performing Art Center, Grand Valley State University
Allendale, MI
9pm

Our last campus event of the year, with special guest violinist Todd Reynolds. Performing winners of our student composition competition, plus works by Alvin Lucier, Tom Johnson, Roshanne Etezady, and Andy Akiho, plus two world premieres by John Jansen--a work for iPad ensemble, and a piece for ensemble and video.