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New Voices Festival: James Ogburn, Composer with Schwob Faculty Performers

Event Date:Saturday, January 27, 2018
Event Time:7:30 PM - 9:30 PM

Location: Wiedemann Hall

James J. Ogburn is a US-born composer, conductor, theorist, and educator. He received degrees in Composition & Theory from Central Washington University (B.M., 2004), and the University of Pittsburgh. Dr. Ogburn s music has been featured as part of more than two-dozen festivals and orchestral season programs throughout North America, Europe, and Asia. Recently, he has been a finalist for the Pittsburgh Chamber Music Society/ Orion Quartet Commission Competition, the ALIA Musica Pittsburgh/Pittsburgh New Music Ensemble Commission Competition, and was awarded Third Prize in the American Prize for Composition (Professional/ Orchestral category).

Currently, Dr. Ogburn is Assistant Professor of Composition and Theory at the Schwob School of Music of Columbus State University. For more information, please visit: www.jamesogburn.com.

Join Dr. Ogburn and the Schwob Faculty performers for an evening of Cello Concerto (reduced), Tone-Loss, 3 Bills, my end is my beginning, my middle is..., and excerpts from Eddie's Stone Song by Wendy Warner, Michelle Murphy Debruyn, Beibei Lin, and Joel Castro.

Doors open a half hour before show time.

Free to attend.
Open to the public.
Sponsored by the WSU School of Music.

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