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CMASH to Present CURRENTS as Part of 2014 Winter Tour at National Opera Center, 2/6

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CMASH to Present CURRENTS as Part of 2014 Winter Tour at National Opera Center, 2/6

CMASH will present Currents as a part of its 2014 Winter Tour in concert celebrating the album's release at the National Opera Center on February 6, 2014 at 7:30 p.m. Selections for the concert include new works by Vartan Aghababian, Weslie Brown, Kenneth Froelich, and Liam Wade performed by Ann Moss (soprano), Steven Bailey (piano), Isaac Allen (violin), and Justin Ouellet (viola). All tickets to this event are free. A reception will follow the concert.

CMASH is a New Music repertory group committed to establishing and nurturing long-term collaborative relationships between composers and performers. As a part of the organization's educational goals, a master class is planned at New York University's Graduate Musical Theatre Writing Program.

New York City is one of several places the organization will visit on its seven-day tour of the Northeastern United States, according to John Grimmett, Managing Director of CMASH. Other concerts include Willowdale Estate (Toppsfield, MA), Bemis Hall (Lincoln, MA), and the Academy of Vocal Arts (Philadelphia, PA). Additional master classes are planned at Longy School of Music (Cambridge, MA) as well as collaboration meet-ups for aspiring composers, wordspeople, and performers in both Boston and Philadelphia.

To reserve free tickets to this performance, visit http://currents2014nyc.eventbrite.com. For more info, go to www.cmashmusic.org.

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