A performance by the Oberlin Sinfonietta with Tim Munro AD ’02, guest conductor.
Please note: The concert hall doors will open at 7:55 pm for the 8:00 pm performance.
"There is no “right way” to experience this performance. Wander among performers, stand in one place, find a seat, lie down on stage. Come and go as you please."
Ten Thousand Birds will last approximately one hour and the musicians will perform throughout the concert hall as well as in the lobby and central hallway of the conservatory.
Ten Thousand Birds for sixteen players (2014) John Luther Adams
[Birds and frogs include: White-Throated Sparrow, Black-capped Chickadee, Field Sparrow, Eastern Towhee, Eastern Meadowlark, Red Winged Blackbird, Blue Jay, Cedar Waxwing, Northern Cardinal, Pileated Woodpecker, Mourning dove, American Bullfrog, Western Chorus Frog, Green Frog, Eastern Screech Owl, Great Horned Owl, Barred Owl, Veery, Eastern Phoebe]
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