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Eastman Chamber Percussion

  • Kilbourn Hall
  • Tuesday, November 26, 2013
  • 8:00 PM to 10:00 PM

Event Description





The Eastman Chamber Percussion Ensemble, directed by Michael Burritt, is the school's percussion ensemble featuring freshman and sophomore students.  Drawing on a library containing percussion ensemble music spanning the entire history of the percussion ensemble in America from the 1920's to the present, the ensemble's programs feature performing groups of varying sizes and composition.





Lift Off! (1966)                                                            Russell Peck





Twilight (2001)                                                       Tobias Broström

                                                                                     (b. 1978)




Zavanna (2007)                                                        Søren Monrad

                                                                                         (b. ??)




Toccata (1942)                                                          Carlos Chávez





Black Smoke, White Smoke (2013)                           Drew Worden

                                                                                     (b. 1988)




Sakura                                                                   Töru Takemitsu


                                                                   arr. Robin Engelman




Handmade Proverbs (1987)                                          Takemitsu

Your Eyes

Three Bronzes

Cinderella’s Misfortune

A Farewell Gift




Maru to Sankaku no Uta                                              Takemitsu

(A song of circles and triangles)



8 p.m.

Kilbourn Hall



This concert is free and open to the public.


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