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This project is funded in part by Orange County Government through the Arts & Cultural Affairs Program.
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In Tempore (In-Person)
October 3 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Come join pianist Eunmi Ko, saxophonist Katherine Weintraub, and percussionists Robert McCormick and Zachary Hale for an evening of new music. Composers featured on the concert include Chihchun Chi-sun Lee, João Pedro Oliveira, Andrew Sigler, Orlando-based Alex Burtzos, and more. All proceeds will go to fund the initiatives of the brand-new organization, the Contemporary Art Music Project (CAMP).
CAMP is an organization that promotes innovative art music by collaborating with living composers and performing artists from around the world. Beginning with our benefit concerts and leading into our inaugurual international new music festival, CAMPGround22, CAMP is committed to producing concerts of new music and collaborative art by today’s leading composers and artists. Proceeds from this concert will go directly to funding the world-class performing artists coming to Florida to perform the music of the composers selected for CAMPGround22. Other projects supported by this concert include Gūt, a collaboration with four Korean composers to reimagine a traditional ritual, exploring the meaning of life and death, to be premiered and recorded in the Tampa Bay area during December 2021; and a series of podcasts, bringing the world of new music alive to audiences, offering unique perspectives through interviews of both composers and performers of new music, along with giving a voice to composers from marginalized communities.
Benjamin D. Whiting
Find out more at https://contemporaryartmusicproject.org/
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