Friday Music Series: New Hub Music
“Contemporary chamber trailblazers” (Boston Globe) known for their “appealing programs” (New Yorker), Hub New Music – composed of flute, clarinet, violin, and cello – performs a program including excerpts from GU Music Program Prof. Carlos Simon’s Requiem for the Enslaved, honoring the lives of the GU272. Inspired by spiritual and liturgical music, the work was commissioned by Georgetown University with support from the Department of Performing Arts. Simon is the Kennedy Center Composer-in-Residence.
Program includes the following:
The Georgetown University Music Program’s Friday Music Series features acclaimed artists in free concerts on select Fridays at 12:30 p.m., integrated into the undergraduate course (MUSC 200) titled Live Music in Context.
Masks are required for audience members and no food or drink is allowed in the venue.
Seating is limited. Please release your reservation if you find you are unable to attend.