Fromm Players at Harvard

The Fromm Players at Harvard, a professional ensemble dedicated to the performance of contemporary music, play works organized around a strong theme that add something unique to new music in Boston. They are curated by a faculty member of the Harvard Department of Music. Presenting two concerts a  year, each year's curator and performers are different, and each year the concerts focus on a new area of work.  This year's concerts are curated by Hans Tutschku, Fanny P. Mason Professor of Music. Read about the history of the Fromm Players at Harvard.

 Fromm Players at Harvard

SONGS FOUND IN DREAM

Two evenings of concerts performed by Talea Ensemble

FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, MARCH 3 & 4 AT 8 P.M.
John Knowles Paine Concert Hall
FREE and OPEN TO ALL! No tickets required.

CONCERT I, March 3
George Lewis Mnemosis
Gérard Grisey Talea
James Dillon New York Triptych

CONCERT II, March 4
Brian Ferneyhough Incipits
Rand Steiger A Menacing Plume
Liza Lim Songs found in dream
Hans Tutschku New Work