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CIM New Music Ensemble: Music of Steven Stucky at Mixon H... added by cim on 10 Apr 2012
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Mike Telin at Cleveland Classical closed his review of the New Music Ensemble's performance of works by Steven Stucky by congratulating all of its members and its director Keith Fitch. "Judging by the smile on his face as he acknowledged the applause from the audience and performers," Mr. Telin writes, "Stucky too was happy with the great performances his music received."
CIM welcomes composer Steven Stucky for symposium and con... added by cim on 21 Mar 2012
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American composer Steven Stucky is one of today’s most highly regarded and frequently performed living composers. This weekend, the acclaimed composer visits the Cleveland Institute of Music...
CIM New Music Ensemble: Steve Reich 75th Birthday Tribute... added by cim on 16 Nov 2011
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William Fazekas, ClevelandClassical.com, describes in lavish detail Sunday's concert by CIM's New Music Ensemble, directed of Keith Fitch, celebrating the life and works of contemporary, avant garde composer Steve Reich. The Ensemble will give a repeat performance of some of Reich's most distinctive works at the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) Cleveland, fusing contemporary music and art at this collaborative event. Visit www.cim.edu for details.
ClevelandClassical.com CIM@MOCA Cleveland Review added by cim on 20 Apr 2011
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Director of CIM's New Music Ensemble, composer Keith Fitch, has been called a composer with a lot of chutzpa. Most recently, included his new solo violin piece, written for guest artist Lina Bahn, between two Avant-Garde works by John Cage and Luciano Berio at the Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland. Read the Cleveland Classical review here.
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