Part of Boston Conservatory's Brass Festival Weekend (September 30–October 1), this exciting performance conducted by Matthew Marsit presents the New England premiere of Adam Gorb's Out of the Darkness, as well as Lindsay Bronnenkant's Tarot, Henk Badings's Symphony No. 15, faculty member Anthony Barfield's Red Sky featuring trombone faculty member Angel Subero, and Bramwell Tovey's Manhattan Music featuring the Boston Conservatory Faculty Brass Quintet.
In this performance, Yun Chen Tsai showcases original works and arrangements that explore the fusion of the traditional instrument, the Erhu, with various genres such as J-pop, jazz, hip-hop, pop, and more.
THE NüGRUV's eclectic brand of East Coast reggae rock exists in the name of joy and good energy. Drawing on roots reggae, classic rock, film scoring, funk, bluegrass, and metal backgrounds, they play primarily original music with a few reimagined covers of all-time favorites.
This fall semester, Jesarela will become one with music. The past few months have brought growth, wonder, and recovery. With many things on her mind, she will present music that has allowed her to grow.
Anu will showcase the rich cultural heritage of Mongolia through a fusion of traditional and pop music, accompanied by Western styles. The unique sounds of the morin khuur, a traditional Mongolian instrument, will be featured in addition to violin.