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  • Faculty Recital: Boulez Legacy Series

    October 26, 2016, 8:00 pm
    Mixon Hall

    Boulez the Modernist II

    Shuai Wang, piano
    Madeline Lucas Tolliver, flute
    Benjamin Chen, clarinet, guest artist
    Yun-Ting Lee, violin, guest artist
    Eric Wong, viola
    Daniel Pereira
    , cello
    Thomas Sherwood, percussion, guest artist

  • New Music Symposium

    October 29, 2016, 1:30 pm
    Studio 113

    Guest composer Augusta Read Thomas discusses her music and approach to composition

  • Pre-Concert Discussion: Boulez Legacy Series

    October 30, 2016, 3:00 pm
    Mixon Hall

    Pre-concert Panel Discussion: Reflections on Boulez

    Augusta Read Thomas, University of Chicago; Susan McClary, Case Western Reserve University; and Joshua Smith, principal flute, The Cleveland Orchestra; moderated by Keith Fitch.

Keith Fitch Awarded Composer Assistance Program Funding

July 5, 2013

Twice a year New Music USA accepts applications from composers across the country to help support preparations and travel expenses for premieres of their new works.

The organization has just announced the recipients from this spring’s applicant pool for their Composer Assistance Program. The program awarded $33,245 to 28 talented composers–including Keith Fitch, the head of composition department at the Cleveland Institute of Music.

CIM Faculty: Keith Fitch, composition

According to New Music USA, funds are awarded to composers “hard at work in the early and middle stages of their careers, and all of whom are contributing meaningful works to the field of new music through these tireless efforts.”

CIM congratulates Dr. Fitch–who recently premiered a new work in New York as part of the League of Composers/I.S.C.M. concert season finale–on being recognized for his dedication to creating the new repertoire for the 21st century through this award. Bravo!

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