TEMPO 72-Hour Composition Project featuring Dale Trumbore

TEMPO 72-Hour Composition Project featuring Dale Trumbore

Friday, September 9 . 6:30-8PM

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90 minutes

Inventive, hyper contemporary and unique, the TEMPO 72-Hour Composition Project gives composition students from the UMD School of Music 72 hours to create new music. Hear the outcome of this composition challenge as the graduate student-run contemporary music ensemble TEMPO performs these pieces.

The program concludes with the premiere of a new work by Dale Trumbore, this year’s NextNOW Fest Alumni Music Commission recipient.Trumbore’s compositions have been commissioned, awarded and performed widely in the U.S. and internationally by a diverse group of outstanding ensembles including the Boston New Music Initiative, Inscape Chamber Orchestra and The Los Angeles Master Chorale. For more information about her, visit www.daletrumbore.com.

This performance is part of the NextNOW Fest Alumni Commissioning Project, which supports the creation of new work by alumni of the UMD School of Music and the UMD School of Theatre, Dance, and Performance Studies.