Past Event

Beyond: Microtonal Music Festival: Featuring Ray-Kallay Duo, Flux Quartet and Alia Musica 


Beyond: Microtonal Music Festival

Join us for a
three-day festival celebrating music that uses alternate tuning.

February 27–March 1


6:00pm-7:30pm  Symposium Session, An Introduction to Microtonal
Music (Historical Issues):

Frank J. Oteri
(Editor, NewMusicBox) will speak about the historical development of the
American Microtonal School.

Robert Hasegawa
(McGill University) will speak about music in the US and Europe that uses
hybrid tuning systems

8:00pm Ray-Kallay Duo will perform Enno Pope’s Rad, as well as works by Eric Moe
(premiere), Frank J. Oteri, Kyle Gann, among others. Flux Quartet and Mantra
Percussion will perform a new work by Mathew Rosenblum, written for FLUX
Quartet and Mantra Percussion together (premiere). Alia Musica will perform Nach-Ruf…entgleitend by Georg Friedrich

Co-presented with the Music on the Edge series of the University of Pittsburgh Department of Music

Additional Information

Beyond: Microtonal Music Festival Pass

General admission: $30

Student and senior admission: $20

Related Links

 Official Website Ray-Kallay Duo

 Official Website Flux Quartet

 Official Website Mantra Percussion


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Located on the North Shore at Sandusky and East General Robinson Streets, The Warhol is across the Andy Warhol bridge from downtown Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

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Museum parking is $8 in The Warhol lot. The lot is located on the northeast corner of Sandusky and East General Robinson Streets, and the entrance is on East General Robinson Street.

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