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BYU's Group for New Music to present works for chamber orchestra Nov. 5

Group for New Music, Brigham Young University’s avant-garde and new music ensemble, will present “The Fall Collection” Wednesday, Nov. 5, at 7:30 p.m. in the Madsen Recital Hall, Harris Fine Arts Center.

Admission is free and the public is welcome to attend.

The performance will feature seven new works for Chamber Orchestra presented by The Musical North Chamber Orchestra conducted by James Arbizu and Lev Ivanov.

The program will include “Dis[tance] Crep[t] Ancy” by David Batchelor, “Birth” by Eric Callison and “Down the Rabbit Hole” by Kathryn Duque, conducted by Arbizu. Ivanov will conduct “Face of the Waters” by Kyle Fackrell, “A Shrub under a Tree in a Forest called...” by Lance Montgomery and “Leap” by Ben Taylor.

For more information, contact Lance Montgomery at (949) 683-4336.

Writer: Angela Fischer

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