UCCS Music Program

Peak FreQuency Festival: Invisible Arcs

Peak FreQuency Festival: Invisible Arcs

March 8–10, 2019 | 7:30 PM

Chapman Foundations Recital Hall

The 2019 Peak FreQuency festival provides space for constructive discourse about environment, ancestry, and political boundaries through music. This year we are featuring Raven Chacon, composer, performer and installation artist from Fort Defiance, Navajo Nation, and Nina C. Young, an emerging composer and sound artist from New York. The 2019 VAPA Peak FreQuency Festival is partially underwritten by a generous donation from Wells Fargo and the Teimens Foundation. For more information contact Jane Rigler at jrigler@uccs.edu.

March 8th
1:30 pm - 3:30 pm
Ent Center for the Arts 245
Composition Masterclass with Nina C. Young
Free and open to the public

March 8th
7:30 pm
Chapman Foundations Recital Hall
Works by Raven Chacon and Nina C. Young
Featured performers: Jane Chan (cello) Haleh Abghari (voice), Adam Hass (piano), Martha Muehleisen (violin)
Free and open to the public

March 9th
7:30 pm
Chapman Foundations Recital Hall
Works by Raven Chacon and Nina C. Young
Featured performers: Jane Chan (cello), Christopher Eagles (percussion), Adam Haas (piano), Colin McAllister (guitar/conductor), Martha Muehleisen (violin), Haley Grace Palten (viola), Jane Rigler (flutes), Sergei Vassiliev (clarinet), with Olivia Langley and Caleb Hall (dancers), Elliot Mercer (choreographer)
Plus a Q/A with the composers
Free and open to the public

March 10th
Matinee Concert 2 pm
Chapman Foundations Recital Hall
Featuring VAPA Student & Alumni works
Free and open to the public