On April 27th, New Music Raleigh, a brand new performing arts group, will return to Meymandi Theater at the Murphey School (224 Polk St.) for a performance of Pulitzer Prize winning composer Steve Reich’s Different Trains. The program will also feature the world premiere of Lick by Brett William Dietz and Trilogy by Dave Maric. The concert begins at 7:30pm and tickets will be available at the door for $10.00. Performers include Karen Strittmatter Galvin, Jeremy Preston, Maria Evola, Violins; David Marschall, viola; Brian Howard, cello; and Shawn Galvin, percussion.
New Music Raleigh is a collective of the area’s most dynamic classical musicians, dedicated to performing the works of living composers. By presenting this living music in unique venues and through collaboration with other artists, NMR offers a fresh musical perspective to Raleigh by providing captivating yet casual concerts in which the audience and performers are connected. In its first year of existence, NMR has proven to be one of Raleigh’s most forward-thinking arts organizations, performing with indy rock band Lost in the Trees in addition to giving modern edgy composition a voice in the city. New Music Raleigh’s upcoming projects will feature more cross-genre collaboration, intimate audience experiences, and exceptional musical performances.
For more information contact us at www.newmusicraleigh.com.
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