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“A Song for Tomorrow,” by Kevin Day
March 28 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm CDTfree
Come and observe an open rehearsal of Kevin Day‘s A Song for Tomorrow, with the Medalist Concert Band, under the direction of Jerry Luckhardt. Following the rehearsal, stay for a Meet the Composer Q&A Session hosted by American Composers Forum. Day wrote A Song for Tomorrow in 2019 as a tribute for a lost high school classmate.
Ferguson Hall, University of Minnesota Twin Cities campus.
Ferguson Hall / Address: 2106 South 4th Street, Minneapolis, MN
- 21st Avenue Ramp / Address: 400 21st Ave S, Minneapolis, MN 55455
- 19th Avenue Ramp / Address: 300 S 19th Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55455
An American whose music has been characterized by “propulsive, syncopated rhythms, colorful orchestration, and instrumental virtuosity” (Robert Kirzinger, Boston Symphony), composer Kevin Day has quickly emerged as one of the leading young voices in the world of music composition today, whose music ranges from powerful introspection to joyous exuberance. Kevin Day is an internationally acclaimed composer, conductor, and pianist, whose music often intersects between the worlds of jazz, minimalism, Latin music, fusion, and contemporary classical idioms. Day serves as the Vice President of the Millennium Composers Initiative, a collective of more than 120 composers from several countries around the world.