I/O New Music – THE BOX-music by living composers
THE BOX-music by living composers series presents the debut of I/O new music ensemble on Friday, Jan. 9, at 8 p.m. in the CenterStage at ‘62 Center on the Williams College campus. This free event is open to the public but due to limited seating, tickets are required. Call the ‘62 Box Office at 413-597-2425
Under the direction of Williams College Department of Music’s Matthew Gold and Steven Bodner, I/O is comprised of Williams faculty and guest artists dedicated to performing the most cutting-edge music being written today. I/O will serve as the “house band” for the BOX series in addition to its performances in other venues during the year that also include significant works written in the last 100 years. Its inaugural concert, “objects are closer than they appear” features Entrelacs by Yan Maresz, Red Shift by Lois V Vierk, Billie by Jacob ter Veldhuis, Sept crimes de l’amour by Georges Aperghis, and COLLIDING OBJECTS: Interactions for Piano and Percussion by David Kechley.