Oct 16 2019
Birmingham New Music Festival: CHAMBER MUSIC

Birmingham New Music Festival: CHAMBER MUSIC

Presented by Birmingham Art Music Alliance at Brock Recital Hall - Samford University

Cellist Craig Hultgren returns to Birmingham to perform solo works by two emeritus professors of composition, Cello Sketches by Alan Schmitz from the University of Northern Iowa and Bare ruin’d choirs… by James A. Jensen from Samford University. Two solo piano works will be presented by the composers: Samford professor Mark Lackey’s Return and Kenneth A. Kuhn’s Movement in C-major.¬†Improvisational artist LaDonna Smith will play Streaming from another World with collaborator Leland Scott Davis on jazz drums, frame drum, and tablas. The LeBaron Trio (soprano Melanie Williams, clarinetist Lori Ardovino, and pianist Laurie Middaugh) will perform Joseph Landers’ Accuse Me Not, Ed Robertson’s Seven Cinquains of Adelaide Crapsey, and Ardovino’s Letters Poetry by Anne Bradstreet.

This event is co-sponsored by the Birmingham Art Music Alliance and the Samford University Division of Music. The 2019 Birmingham New Music Festival is made possible in part by grants from the Alabama State Council on the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts.

Admission Info

Free Admission

Dates & Times

2019/10/16 - 2019/10/16

Location Info

Brock Recital Hall - Samford University

800 Lakeshore Drive, Birmingham, AL 35209