University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology

Relâche Anniversary CONCERT I: Older Works Still New

Saturday 23 June 2018
2:00PM - 3:00PM
Penn Museum

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Enjoy music commissioned by Relâche in its earlier years, as well as the world premiere of composer Kile Smith's Adieu, Adieu in memory of composer Romulus Franceschini, an early advocate for the ensemble. This commission is supported by the Musical Fund Society. Other compositions by accordionist Guy Klusevcek , who also performs, as well as Mary Ellen Childs, Joe Kasinskas, Bill Duckworth, Fred Ho, Paul A. Epstein, and Evan Solot.

Celebrate 40 Years of New Music with Relâche

Founded in 1978, Relâche, a new music ensemble with an international reputation as a leader in commissioning and performing the innovative music of our time, continues its ensemble-in-residence season at the Penn Museum with a weekend-long celebration. Relâche melds Western classical traditions with jazz, rock, electronica, world music, and more.

Read more about Relâche and the 40th Anniversary Celebration on the Broad Street Review.

Admission: $20 general admission; $15 for seniors; $10 for Penn Museum members; $5 for students with ID, with an accompanying student free.
A ticket may be used to enter and explore the Museum galleries any time after 1:00 pm on the day of the concert.

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