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Event:
  Carnegie Mellon University Percussion Ensemble  
 
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  Description:   Candice Gu, director Join the Percussion Ensemble for their spring concert, featuring works by three living composers. Mexican composer Javier Álvarez creates the sounds of a bustling, upbeat city in his Metro Chabacano, with a distinct Mexican spirit in the rhythms. Originally written for a dance troupe, David Skidmore's Ritual Music is a percussion quartet full of energy, where performers will have a chance to show off their tambourine skills. The concert closes with John Psathas's Kyoto, which was inspired by the recording of an improvisation by pianist Keith Jarrett that took place in Kyoto. Javier Álvarez, Metro Chabacano David Skidmore, Ritual Music John Psathas, Kyoto Cost: Free and open to the public. No ticket required.  
 
Venue:
  Alumni Concert Hall- College of Fine Arts - Click for full venue details  
 
Area of Pittsburgh:
  Oakland  
 
Dates:
  From: Monday, April 15, 2019, 8:00 pm
To: Monday, April 15, 2019, 10:00 pm
 
 
Details:
  Category: Music
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Ticket Info: Free, on sale from
Attire: Casual
 
 
Contact Details:
  Contact Name: Emily Rybinski-Benish
Telephone: 412-268-4921
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EMail: musiccom@andrew.cmu.edu
Web Site: https://www.cmu.edu/cfa/music/concerts-events/index.html#event=29105034
 
 
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