Carnegie Mellon Contemporary Ensemble
NOTE: Composer Brittany Green will perform with the Carnegie Mellon Contemporary Ensemble as narrator in two of her works. Ms. Green will also give a pre-concert talk in Kresge Theater about her scholarship on queer and race theory as pertains to Julius Eastman's music as well as the influence of Eastman on her composition practice. This 20-minute pre-concert talk will take place prior to the concert, beginning at 7:30 PM.
The Carnegie Mellon Contemporary Ensemble performs music composed in the last twenty years in concerts that feature multidisciplinary collaboration, technology, improvisation, and theatrical elements. The Ensemble often highlights the work of students and faculty.
Daniel Nesta Curtis, director of the Carnegie Mellon Contemporary Ensemble
Brittany Green, composer & narrator
Brittany Green To Experience Life
Brittany Green Rupture
Brittany Green Against/Sharp
Julius Eastman Stay On It
Cost: Free and open to the public; Tickets required.
In accordance with Carnegie Mellon’s COVID-19 mitigation policies, all visitors to the university’s campus age 12 and older are required to be either fully vaccinated against COVID-19 or, if not fully vaccinated, must have received a negative COVID-19 test result within three days of the event.
All campus visitors who wish to participate in this event must adhere to all current COVID-19 mitigation requirements. As of March 28, 2022 per CMU pollicy, facial coverings are optional in indoor campus spaces.
By registering for a ticket, you agree that you will abide by the university’s COVID-19 mitigation requirements for visitors.
By registering for a ticket, you further attest that you have been either: