An “ensemble project” featuring electronic music, bassoon, spoken word and contemporary dance will be featured in a free public concert, “Transitions,” on Wednesday, Sept. 21, at MTSU.
The performance will begin at 8 p.m. in T. Earl Hinton Hall in the Wright Music Building on the MTSU campus.
“An ensemble project is one dedicated tointerdisciplinary arts collaboration,” explained Dr. Spencer Lambright, assistant professor of music theory and composition at MTSU. He is co-founder of the project with Dr. Maya Stone, a bassoonist and former MTSU music professor who recently joined the bassoon faculty at Bowling Green State University in Ohio.
“In ‘Transitions,’ the work of J.S. Bach is recontextualized against a backdrop of electronics, spoken-word poetry and modern dance,” Lambright added.
Other artists and organizations involved with the performance include Jacqueline Springfield, actor, director and writer; andCore Project with Erin Rehberg, dancer and choreographer.
For more details on the Sept. 21 recital, email Lambright at firstname.lastname@example.org. For information on other concerts in the MTSU School of Music, call 615-898-2493 or visit www.mtsumusic.com and click on the “Concert Calendar” link.