Glaub: Perception and Predetermination
From April 11, 2014 until April 12, 2014
This event series has ended
University of Maryland Campus
College Park, MD
Piano Mayron Tsong
Cello Jeffrey Zeigler
Percussion Lee Hinkle
Projection Tim McLoraine
Faculty pianist Mayron Tsong, with Jeffrey Zeigler, former Kronos Quartet cellist, designer Tim McLoraine, and percussion faculty member Lee Hinkle, will present Glaub: Perception and Predetermination — a performance designed to explore issues surrounding faith, doubt and inevitability. The evening will re-examine the concert experience by merging contemporary music with visual projections in a seamless continuum.
The program includes China Gates by John Adams, How To Pray by David Lang and two miniature works for cello and piano: Anton Webern’s Three Pieces and Four Haiku by School of Music Director Robert Gibson.
The Music in Mind series celebrates the role of music in our culture and our lives, explores sources of inspiration and points of intersection in musical traditions, and presents music in a context that encourages reflection and discovery.