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Published on Nov 15, 2018
The Grossman Ensemble at the Chicago Center for Contemporary Composition of the University of Chicago makes its debut performance on Friday, December 7, 2018 at the Logan Center for the Arts. The program features four world premieres by composers Shulamit Ran, Sam Pluta, Tonia Ko, and David Rakowski.
The newly formed Grossman Ensemble is comprised of 13 of the nation’s leading contemporary music specialists. Members of the Grossman Ensemble include Tim Munro, flute; Andrew Nogal, oboe; Katie Schoepflin, clarinet; Taimur Sullivan, saxophone; Matthew Oliphant, horn; Greg Beyer, percussion; John Corkill, percussion; Ben Melsky, harp; Daniel Pesca, piano; and Spektral Quartet. The ensemble will workshop and perform 12 world premieres by University of Chicago faculty, students, and guest composers in the inaugural concert season. The Grossman Ensemble is supported by the Sanford J. Grossman Charitable Trust.