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A concert featuring new works by Boston Conservatory undergraduate and graduate composition students.
TJ MILNE (M.M. '24): "crumbling wax; waning height"
Walter Yee, clarinet
LAUREN GREENBERG (B.M. '23): "back to square one"
Lauren Greenberg, piano
DEREK PUTNAM (B.M. '24): "ceremony"
Derek Putnam, voice/F-box/horn
YAKOV SHULEPOV (B.M. '23): "Piano wave—dedicated to... (Mvt III)."
Performers to be announced
GABRIEL TOMÁS GARZA (B.M. '26): "warm"
Fixed media playback
DEVON BAIN: "Two Old Crows"
Delilah Rau, soprano
DYLAN DUKAT (M.M. '24): "singularity"
Chase Oliveri, clarinet
Dylan Dukat, electronics
PETER ZHAOYANG HAN (B.M. '25): "Fantasia and Fugue for USS Salem"
Julian Dürr, keyboards (piano, celesta)
Peter Han, electronics
TJ MILNE (M.M. '24): "Improvisation 2022.11.30"
TJ Milne, live electronics
MARCEA MCGUIRE (M.M. '23): “Body”
Marcea McGuire, spoken word
BEN LAHAM (B.M. '25): "The Banshee's Contentment"
Benjamin Laham, piano
About the Series
Boston Conservatory at Berklee’s Composers’ Recital Series is a year-round program of concerts featuring new works by Boston Conservatory composition students. These concerts serve as a laboratory in which student composers have the opportunity to experiment with ideas and material. Students coordinate their own performances, collaborating with performers and organizing and leading rehearsals. Boston Conservatory’s Composers’ Recital Series present a unique opportunity to hear new ideas that represent the multifaceted nature of Boston Conservatory’s top-ranking Composition Department. View upcoming events in the series.
Concert Services Staff
Senior Manager of Concert Services – Luis Herrera
Concert Production Coordinator – Matthew Carey
Concert Production Manager – Kendall Floyd
Senior Manager of Performance Technology – Wes Fowler
Performance Technology Technicians – Sara Pagiaro, Goran Daskalov
Boston Conservatory thanks audience members for viewing this program information online. This paperless program saved 200 sheets of paper, 21 gallons of water, and 18 pounds of CO2-equivalent greenhouse gas emissions.