Pitt Graduate Composers Featured in NAT 28 Concert

Pittsburgh contemporary music ensemble NAT 28 will perform its third annual Pittsburgh Composers Project on February 9th and this year’s event features the music of three current Pitt grad students. Selected through NAT 28’s call for scores, the program will include Devon Osamu Tipp’s Blood on the Pavement 1984, Xinyang Wang’s San-Guei, and Cullyn D. Murphy’s Come to/Hypnic Jerk. The three Pitt graduate students’ compositions will be presented along with CMU composer Leonardo Ballada’s Caprichos No. 1 for guitar and string quartet and NAT28 Composer in Residence Jean Patrick Besingrand’s Piano Concerto No. 1.

The concert takes place on Saturday, February 9, 7:30 p.m. at the Kelly Strayhorn Theater. “Pay What Makes You Happy” tickets will be available online and at the door.