“Back to the 70s” works by UCLA faculty

November 22, 2009

SWIRLPOSTER
Hold onto your seats boys and girls: “Back to the 70s” works by UCLA faculty will be held in Schoenberg Auditorium on December 3, 2009 at 8 pm.

Featuring the works of Munir Beken, Roger Bourland, Mark Carlson, Paul Chihara, Ian Krouse, David Lefkowitz, and James Newton. Performers include the UCLA Faculty String Quartet: Movses Pogossian, Guillaume Sutre, Richard O’Neil and Antonio Lysy, among others.

* David Lefkowitz: Calder’s Closet (Kyung-Hee Kim, harp, Walter Ponce, piano, Kenneth McGrath, vibraphone, and a percussionist TBA)
* Roger Bourland: Ides Book 1 (1974)
* Ian Krouse: String Quartet No. 1 (1975) UCLA Faculty String Quartet (Movses Pogossian, Guillaume Sutre, Richard O’Neil, Antonio Lysy)
* Mark Carlson: Patchen Songs (1976) Vladimir Chernov, baritone, and Rakefet Hak, pizno
* Paul Chihara: Redwood
* Roger Bourland: Clariña (1977) for three clarinets
* Münir Beken: Holes in the Japanese Lamp for solo violin and cello
* James Newton: TBA

Tickets: $12 general, $5 UCLA students, staff and faculty, through the Central Ticket Office (unless otherwise indicated).
Contact: UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music
(310) 983-1052

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Brad Wood November 27, 2009 at 11:19 am

I love the tie-dyed backdrop, and I recognize a few people, but how about a chart of names? Is that Chairman Laz there near the bottom?

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