Tomorrow I will build a house here… — first reading at Harvard

IMG_20140303_014323At 11:30 this Saturday morning at Harvard University, my duo for flute and cello, Tomorrow I will build a house here, if I can hold still, will be presented by Jessi Rosinski and David Russell of the Callithumpian Consort as part of my and fellow first-year PhD can­didate Kai Polzhofer’s jury ex­am­in­a­tion. Our pieces will be per­formed and dis­cussed with fac­ulty and peers. Despite its odd timing, the per­form­ance is open to the public and all are welcome!

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    Chris Swithinbank is a British-Dutch com­poser who works with both acoustic in­stru­ments and elec­tronic sounds. He is cur­rently a stu­dent at Harvard University with Chaya Czernowin.
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