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Noah Baerman Resonance Ensemble


c/o Kate Ten Eyck

The Music Department and CFA present the world premiere of the extended work “The Rock and the Redemption” by the Noah Baerman Resonance Ensemble as conclusion of the 14th annual Wesleyan Jazz Orchestra Weekend.

The Noah Baerman Resonance Ensemble is the flagship ensemble of Resonant Motion, and includes vibraphonist Chris Dingman ’02, alto saxophonist/flutist Kris Allen, cellist/vocalist Melanie Hsu ’13, bassist Henry Lugo,  Private Lessons Teacher and drummer Bill Carbone MA ’07, Ph.D. Candidate; and vocalists Latanya FarrellClaire Randall ’12, and Garth Taylor ’12. Mr. Baerman will augment his piano work with turns on synthesizer and slide guitar.

The music is inspired by a reinterpretation of the myth of Sisyphus, in which the tragic figure’s plight of eternally pushing a rock up a mountain is seen as an inevitable and inspiring response to life’s adversity.

Date: Saturday, April 25, 2015
Time: 8:00 PM
Place: Crowell Concert Hall
Cost: $6 for Wesleyan students (available online or at the box office)

Kids on the Block Intro Meeting

From Terrence Word ’11:

KOTB is a national organization that teaches kids about disabilities and tolerance through Japanese Bunraku puppet shows! Come learn how to use our puppets and teach adorable fourth graders about disabilities awareness. We meet once a week to practice, and give shows at local elementary schools in the spring. Shows are casual one hour commitments and the kids ask awesome questions. Please email tword(at)wesleyan(dot)edu with any questions.

Date: Nov. 16
Time: 8:30 PM – 9:30 PM
Place: Usdan, main floor couches