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Ensemble Signal commemorates composer Oliver Knussen on October 15 with a Portrait Concert at UB

On Monday, October 15th, Ensemble Signal and conductor Brad Lubman will return to UB under the auspices of the Music Department’s Robert and Carol Morris Center for 21st Century Music to give a portrait concert commemorating late British composer Oliver Knussen — the concert will feature four of Knussen’s works as well as pieces beloved by him from composers Elliott Carter and Toru Takemitsu.  Concert time will be 7:30pm in Lippes Concert Hall in Slee Hall.

 

PROGRAM

Oliver Knussen:  Sonya’s Lullaby, Op. 16

Oliver Knussen:  Hums and Songs of Winnie-The-Pooh, Op. 6

Elliott Carter:  Triple Duo

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Oliver Knussen:  Secret Psalm

Toru Takemitsu:  Rain Tree Sketch II (In Memoriam Olivier Messiaen)

Oliver Knussen:  Songs without Voices, Op. 26

                                               

TICKETS

UB Music Department concert tickets will be available through a variety of outlets this year.  The least expensive and easiest way to purchase tickets is online at www.ticketfly.com.  For those wishing to obtain tickets in another manner, there are options according to the following pricing structure:

 

General public

$15 plus $2 fee online at www.ticketfly.com

$15 plus $4 fee by phone at 877-987-6487 (Ticketfly)

$19 in person at UB’s Center for the Arts (Tue-Fri, 12pm-6pm)

$22 in person at the door (one hour before concert time)

 

Seniors/UB fac, staff, alumni/non-UB students

$10 plus $2 fee online at www.ticketfly.com

$10 plus $4 fee by phone at 877-987-6487 (Ticketfly)

$14 in person at UB’s Center for the Arts (Tue-Fri, 12pm-6pm)

$17 in person at the door (one hour before concert time)

 

All UB students with a valid ID will receive one complimentary ticket to all UB Music Department events.


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