Cadillac Moon Ensemble Performs Free Concert April 23
SUNY Plattsburgh Music Department presents “Reworking the Canon,” a free concert of new music performed by Cadillac Moon Ensemble, 7:30 p.m. Thursday, April 23 in Krinovitz Recital Hall, Hawkins Hall.
New York City-based Cadillac Moon Ensemble, featuring Roberta Michel on flute, Grammy Award-winner Karen Kim on violin, Aminda Asher on cello and Sean Statser on percussion, will include new works commissioned by Cadillac Moon Ensemble by composers, Caleb Burhans, Viet Cuong, Ryan Francis, Osnat Netzer, Kyle Tieman-Straus, and SUNY Plattsburgh Associate Professor of Music Bill Pfaff.
Pfaff’s work, “Clear Daylight,” is a new work scored for flute, violin, cello, vibraphone, percussion and Native American rattles, inspired by decades of travel in the American Southwest. Cadillac Moon Ensemble will discuss each of the commissioned works throughout the concert.