Cellaboration is the coolest event in Blair history
Tonight at 8pm in Turner Hall
Do you like new music written by fellow college students? Have you always wished you’d learned to play the cello?
The answer to both of these questions should be yes.
Every few years, Blair’s composition and cello studios join forces in what’s known as the Living Sounds Cellaboration.
Lucky for you, this happens to be one of those magical years.
Each student in the composition department is matched up with a student cellist and tasked with writing them their very own cello piece.
If Bach and Mozart come to mind when you read the words composition and cello, let me assure you that these pieces are like nothing you’ve ever heard before. They’re written and performed by college students, not dead guys from the 18th century.
Tonight is your chance to catch the premiere of these new pieces. If you’ve been looking for an excuse to get to Blair and see a concert, here it is.
Tonight, April 7th at 8pm in Turner Recital Hall at the Blair School of Music, 2400 Blakemore Ave. Free admission.
I’d bet you probably know one or two of the performers and composers you’ll see on stage.
Aimee Alexander, Christopher Bell, Jack Coen, Charlie Hackemer, Ian Herrera, Aidan McCarter, Jonathan Mitchell, Alyze Rabideau, Nic Townsend
Blake Kitayama, Chris Yu, Emily Azzarito, John Yang, Juliano Stewart, Laura Cooke, Lydia Wilkens-Reed, Matthew Liversedge, Philip Kettler