Connecting the Dots #12November 19, 2020
Dementia advances slowly. It begins with strange little happenings that tickle the back of your mind as unlike your loved one and then after some time blow into large things that little by little take your loved one away so that the person who remains is no longer the person you’ve always known. They become silent watchers of hours and hours of TV, losing memories and connections with those they love most. This is Ms. Parker’s story of using music to connect with her father again; how he was brought back to life and memories by his daughter and her cello.
Chamber Music #6November 19, 2020
Commissioned in 2013 by Dr. John Adler of the University of Northern Colorado, sonata for trumpet and launchpad was written for solo trumpet and Ableton Live software.
Connecting the Dots #11November 19, 2020
Ben Hay will provide an introspective look into sonata for trumpet and launchpad, written for solo trumpet and Ableton Live software by Adam Cuthbért which will be performed in its entirety in the February 11 Chamber Music Concert.
Connecting the Dots #7November 19, 2020
Connecting the Dots with Erica Parker, Quartet Cellist Pre-concert discussion with composers Kiersten Moser and Geoff Logan Join Signature Quartet musician Erica Parker in conversation with composers Kiersten Moser and Geoff Logan. This pre-concert