2014 is looking like it's going to be a great year! We have some very exciting news, including two more Boston concerts full of world premieres and two mini-residencies with composition programs in the area.
First of all, we are very excited to announce that we will be working very closely with the composition students at Tufts University this spring. Our residency includes a class on writing for bass clarinet, marimba, and the combination of the two, sessions with students composing short pieces for our duo, and finally recording the finished products. We will also be presenting a class for the composition students at the Berklee College of Music in early March. We are both so passionate about advancing the repertoire for our instruments, and every chance to expose young composers to our sound is always an adventure.
In a little over a month, we'll be premiering Vestibule III by Curtis K. Hughes, Telephone: (careless whisper) by Victoria Cheah, and -8.34 by Brenna Noonan on a progam featuring David Rakowski's Two Can Play That Game and John McDonald's The Veldt of Night. March 19 | 8pm | Davis Square Theatre
Stay tuned for more adventures, including our June 9 premiere of works by Rudolf Rojahn, Mu-Xuan Lin, James Borchers, and Stephen Halloran and our trip down South in August to join Atlanta's new music heroes Chamber Cartel!