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Music in 3-D

All music was once new, created one measure at a time by a human being who lived in real time.

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We all appreciate the varied and fascinating sounds of the music being played, but what story does it tell? What connections does it have to time and place? To the life of the composer? Join Dr. Erik Anderson, principal cellist, as he explores these important questions and helps prepare you for a more complete listening experience. The journey from 2D to 3D begins at 6:30 pm the night of the performance in Ann Nicole Nelson Hall and is free with your concert ticket