Saturday, Sept. 29: 8 p.m., GlasSalon
"One of the most imaginative young composers” on the scene (TheNew Yorker), David T. Little has been acclaimed for both his grand theatrical stage works (JFK,Dog Days) and his amplified chamber works, in particular those written for his ensemble Newspeak. Newspeak cellist and BGSU professor Brian Snow offers a unique event exploring a lesser-known side of Little's output: unamplified solo and chamber works, including a brand new solo cello work,how it begins / how it ends,in its Ohio premiere. Snow is joined by Newspeak pianist James Johnston, BGSU violin professor Caroline Chin, and BGSU’s Graduate String Quartet.
This concert is supported in part by Robert and Rose Wagner and the MidAmerican Center for Contemporary Music of the College of Musical Arts at BGSU. Great Performances is supported in part by the Dorothy MacKenzie Price Fund.
Tickets are $15 for Museum members, $25 for nonmembers.