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Season 47 / 2021-2022

COVID-19 Season Concert Adjustments:

✦ All ticketing will be touch-free and all interactions and seating will be socially-distanced.
✦ All Voices of Change Personnel and Audience members must be masked at all times.
✦ Performances will proceed without an intermission. However, there will be a short pause between works..
✦ Concert Tickets and Programs will only be made available electronically.
✦ All in-person performances - doors will open at 7:15 PM.


Concert 1

Swallowing Fire

 September 19, 2021
Sunday at 7:30 PM

Caruth Auditorium

David P. Jones  Legal Highs (1988)  for marimba and violin

Dmitri Shostakovich  Prelude and Fugue in D Minor (1952) for piano
Kaija Saariaho  Noa Noa (1992) for solo flute/electronics

Peter Askim  Swallowing Fire (2020-21) for clarinet, violin, cello, and piano (VOC Co-Commission) World Premiere

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Concert 2
Stockhausen “Freude”
November 7, 2021
Sunday at 7:30 PM
Caruth Auditorium

William Bolcom ✦ Introduction and Rondo: "Haydn Go Seek " (2009) for piano, violin, and cello trio
Gabriela Ortiz  Tepito: Barrio de le Resistencia (2015) for flute, clarinet, cello, and piano
Karlheinz Stockhausen  Freude (2005) second hour of Klang for two harps/voices


Concert 3
Sindbad & Folksongs
February 5, 2022
Saturday at 3:00 PM
Sammons Center
Meadows Hall

Reena Esmail ✦ When the Violin (2018)

Harold Meltzer ✦ Sindbad  (2005) for actor, violin, cello, and piano

Mark Applebaum ✦ Catfish (1997) for percussion trio

Florence Price ✦ 5 Folksongs in Counterpoint (1951) for String Quartet


Concert 4
Prokofiev & Pianogongs
May 7, 2022
Saturday at 3:00 PM
Sammons Center
Meadows Hall

​Zhou Long ✦ Pianogongs (2005) for solo piano and Chinese gongs
Juliana Hall
 Cameos (2016-17) 6 songs for soprano and piano on poems by Molly Fillmore
Young Composer Winners 
Sergei Prokofiev 
 Quintet in G minor, op. 39 (1924) for oboe, clarinet, violin, viola, and bass