Photo courtesy of University of Texas

The fall 2016 iteration of the Excessive Noise Concert Series features Hear No Evil, a mixed new music ensemble comprising recent Butler School of Music alumni and current graduate students. The group recently performed at the New Media Art & Sound Summit at the Salvage Vanguard Theater, the Golden Hornet Student Composers’ Concert at the North Door, and premiered seven works by student composers from The University of Texas Austin in Bates Recital Hall. Hear No Evil will perform music by current BSOM student Kay He, John Adams, Gareth Farr, Michael Gordon, and Svante Henryson.

The fall 2016 iteration of the Excessive Noise Concert Series features Hear No Evil, a mixed new music ensemble comprising recent Butler School of Music alumni and current graduate students. The group recently performed at the New Media Art & Sound Summit at the Salvage Vanguard Theater, the Golden Hornet Student Composers’ Concert at the North Door, and premiered seven works by student composers from The University of Texas Austin in Bates Recital Hall. Hear No Evil will perform music by current BSOM student Kay He, John Adams, Gareth Farr, Michael Gordon, and Svante Henryson.

The fall 2016 iteration of the Excessive Noise Concert Series features Hear No Evil, a mixed new music ensemble comprising recent Butler School of Music alumni and current graduate students. The group recently performed at the New Media Art & Sound Summit at the Salvage Vanguard Theater, the Golden Hornet Student Composers’ Concert at the North Door, and premiered seven works by student composers from The University of Texas Austin in Bates Recital Hall. Hear No Evil will perform music by current BSOM student Kay He, John Adams, Gareth Farr, Michael Gordon, and Svante Henryson.

WHEN

WHERE

Fine Arts Library
510 E. 23rd St.
Austin, TX 78712
http://www.lib.utexas.edu/calendar/excessive-noise-hear-no-evil

TICKET INFO

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