A World-traveling Ensemble Performs New Music at Binghamton University
| November 18, 2019
The Binghamton University Music Department welcomes
The Fifth House Ensemble for a performance of their own music, and music by Binghamton University composition students, along with the BU Chamber Singers on Tuesday, November 19. Then on Sunday, November 24 each choral group will perform “ Winter is Coming: Choral Landscapes of the Season.” We hear from two members of The Fifth House Ensemble, Dan Visconti and Melissa Ngan, composition professor Daniel Davis, and choral conductor William Culverhouse.
Photo credit: The Fifth House Ensemble and Binghamton University
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