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Confluence - Chamber Project Saint Louis

Friday, October 15 | 7:30 PM

E. Desmond Lee Concert Hall, 560 Music Center

We frame this program as the joining of musical ideas - as in two rivers combining to make a larger whole. In Ennanga, we hear the influence of the Ugandan harp set into Still’s percussive textures. Kim Portnoy combines elements of jazz, the American musical, and classical idioms. Missouri native Shelley Washington captures her mid-western upbringing in a piece dedicated to her family in Middleground. In his last published work, globetrotting Martinů wields a lifetime of knowledge, using a palette of sounds evoking minimalism and a touch of jazz.

Performers:
Dana Hotle, clarinet
Kyle Lombard, violin
Jane Price, violin
Laura Reycraft, viola
Megan Stout, harp
Johanna Ballou, piano

Program:
William Grant Still, Ennanga
Kim Portnoy, From an Imaginary Musical (Wash U Music Alum)
Shelley Washington, Middleground
Bohuslav Martinů, Chamber Music No 1

Health and Safety Requirements - 560 Music Center

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•    Prior to coming to campus, all guests are required to complete the visitor self-screening (https://covid19.wustl.edu/health-safety/daily-self-screening/)
•    Guests ages 12 and older are required to show proof of full COVID-19 vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test. All guests must also show a photo ID for entry.
•    All guests must wear a face mask.

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Humanities & Society, Arts & Culture

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