Posting Date: April 7, 2011

Ensemble eighth blackbird participates in master classes
Classes include flute, piano, chamber enembles and more

 

As part of the Kennesaw State University New Music Festival on April 1, Grammy Award-winning contemporary music sextet eighth blackbird participated in multiple master classes and other residency activities.

The events included a discussion panel and master classes for chamber ensembles, flute, percussion, piano and violin. Guest composer Nico Muhly also conducted a discussion panel for composers.

KSU music students (above) with Michael J. Maccaferri (from left) and Nicholas Photinos of eighth blackbird.

Photinos (right) working with KSU student Robert Marshall.

eighth blackbird pianst (far right) Lisa Kaplan instructing KSU student Angela Anzai.

 

Photos by Tracie Hinnant

 

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