BSU Benefit Concert
Presented by the CIM Black Student Union in support of CIM’s Musical Pathway Fellowship program. Explore the program.
CIM at 100: A Century of New Music is supported in part by the National Endowment for the Arts.
- FLORENCE PRICE Selections from Five Folksongs in Counterpoint (1951)
- SAMUEL COLERIDGE-TAYLOR Deep River, Op. 59, No. 10
- JULIÁN FUEYO Zafiro (2016)
- ASTOR PIAZZOLLA Selections from The Four Seasons of Buenos Aires
- NATHANIEL HEYDER Tensity (2018)
- JESSIE MONTGOMERY Strum (2012)
- WILLIAM GRANT STILL Cumbia y Congo, from Danzas de Panama (1948)
- Jaime Laredo, violin
- Jessica Lee, violin
- Yun-Ting Lee, violin
- Hosanna Carella, violin, student artist
- Julian Maddox, violin, student artist
- Pablo Sánchez, violin, student artist
- Mark Jackobs, viola
- Colin Henley, viola, student artist
- Breanna Lang, viola, student artist
- Jerome McCoy, viola, student artist
- Marcus Stevenson, viola, student artist
- Sharon Robinson, cello
- Joseph Brown, cello, student artist
- Chad Polk, cello, student artist
- Samantha Powell, cello, student artist
- Hollie Greenwood, double bass, student artist
- Alicja Basinska, piano
- Shuai Wang, piano
- Matias Cuevas, piano, student artist
The concert livestream will be free and open to the public. Make a donation of $20 or more ($5 or more for students) before the concert date and receive exclusive access to these pre- and post-concert activities:
Pre-Concert Virtual Discussion
Join us at 3pm for a pre-concert discussion that delves into the history and context of the compositions featured on the program. CIM faculty Dr. Sam Bivens and Dr. Keith Fitch and CWRU faculty Dr. Susan McClary explore the musical influences and societal circumstances that affected the composers of these works, as well as their styles.
Post-Concert Virtual Lounge
Join us for a meet-and-greet with the performers just as they’re stepping off stage! Connect with the musicians, ask questions, and hear from the students and faculty what it means to present this type of program, what it’s like to be studying and performing music under the current circumstances and more.
This event will be streamed and made available online.