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The Ensemble will present a concert in the Harold J. Kaplan Concert Hall in the Center for the Arts at Towson University on Wednesday March 9th, 2005 at 8:15 PM.
The concert will present five new compositions featuring three pieces selected from the Ensemble’s national call for new works. TU mezzo soprano, Leneida Crawford will perform Gregory Mertl’s Quatre Aperçus. The Ensemble will perform Fernando Benadon’s Meet Café and Mark Winges’ Familial Banter. Also featured will be guest artist David Stambler performing Jonathan Leshnoff’s Four Portraits for saxophone. The concert will include the premiere of William Kleinsasser’s Innocent Proteins, a chamber concerto for two pianos and percussion featuring guest artists Ruth Neville and Daniel Koppelman.
On Thursday March 10th, Ensemble Guest Artist Daniel Koppelman will present a free lecture on piano performance in the 21st century. The lecture will be at 11:00 AM in Room 377 of the Center for the Arts on the Towson University Campus.