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Past Event Sound Series: Court-circuit

An ensemble of nine people is playing a song on a stage. The ensemble is comprised of eight men and one woman. There is a conductor to the left of the frame facing the rest of the ensemble. Everyone is wearing black shirts and pant, except for the woman who has a black and white blouse and red pants. She is playing a violin. One man on the left is playing a piano. and the others are playing various string, percussion and horn instruments.

The highly-regarded French ensemble presents a program featuring David Felder’s Partial (dist)res(s)toration, Philippe Leroux’s Continuo(ns), Christophe Bertrand’s Sanh, and Sean Shepherd’s The birds are nervous, the birds have scattered.

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

Music on the Edge is generously supported by the Aaron Copland Fund for Music, Pitt Arts, the Bessie Pearl Snyder Music Legacy Fund, the Alice M. Ditson Foundation, the Amphion Foundation, Inc., The Pittsburgh Foundation, The Heinz Endowments, and the Opportunity Fund.

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