Michael Johanson participates as Composer-in-Residence at Jubilus Festival
February 17, 2012
Michael Johanson, Assistant Professor of Music Composition and Director of the Composition Program at Lewis & Clark College is currently in Gainesville, Florida, where he is the 2012 Composer-in-Residence at the Jubilus Festival from February 13-18.
During Johanson’s residency, five of his compositions will be rehearsed and performed in concert (Evocations, a work for Horn solo, Earth Dweller, a work for full chorus, Two Settings of Baudelaire, a work for soprano and piano, Memento, a work for saxophone and organ, and Toccata, a work for saxophone and piano). In addition to this, he is working with young composers in the Alachua County area in a Music Education Outreach Program/Young Composers Competition designed to foster the development of young composers. The Jubilus Festival is sponsored by the organization “A Musical Offering.”
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