Published: April 2, 2019

Come hear our final Pendulum of the season as we say goodbye to our graduating students, and Pendulum Director of fourteen years Hsing-ay Hsu.
New works by Chase Church, Jordan M Holloway, Brian Lambert, Drake Rutherford, Max Wolpert.

7:30 PM, Wednesday, April 10, 2019
Grusin Concert Hall
Imig Music Building

Comp News:
This month's lovely poster art is by Kellie Masterson.

Clay Allen just presented his paper "Perception and Analysis in Electroacoustic Music: A Unified Approach" and his piece Light Pillars II was performed at the Society for Electroacoustic Music in the United States National Conference in Boston, March 21st - 23rd.

Also attending were Hugh Lobel, Silen Wellington, and alum Hunter Ewen.

Ars Nova Singers: “Shared Visions” featuring Jeff Nytch's "Thank you letter to my lungs."
April 26, 7:30 pm, Bethany Lutheran 
April 27, 7:30pm, St. John’s Episcopal (Boulder)

Conor Abbott Brown's How to Relax with Origami will receive its Georgia premiere April 8th at 8 pm in Brunswick, GA by the Costal Symphony of Georgia. more information

How to Relax with Origami will be also be performed by the Aspen Festival Orchestra under the dirction of Leonard Slatkin.

Renee Hemsing Patten, violinist of Ajax Quartet and B.A.D., plays the Brahms Concerto with the Los Alamos Symphony on April 13.

Hear John Boggs in Solis Singers perform Friday, May 3rd in Denver at the St. Paul Lutheran Church, and Saturday May 4th in Boulder at Grace Lutheran Church.  Concerts are at 7:30 and admission is free.  Premiering works by Max Wolpert, Maxwell J McKee, and Brian du Fresne.

Silen Wellington just performed their piece "when the body becomes the art" at the Society for Electroacoustic Music in the United States National Conference in Boston, and won the undergraduate Allen Strange Award. If you want to see "when my body becomes the art," they will be performing it again on June 13th on the Playground Ensemble's pride concert in Denver. Ask Silen for more details.
Also coming up is a performance of "Almanac" for string quartet, one of the winning pieces for the Playground Ensemble's Colorado Composer's Concert, coming up on Sat. April 13th, 7:30 at King Center Concert Hall, Auraria campus.
Lastly, Tessa Romano and Elisa Muzzillo will be premiering Silen's new song cycle Gathering Bone at Spectrum NYC in Brooklyn on April 23rd, 8:30pm.