Luna de Cuernos at Western Michigan University
Danger lurks in the garden…
Doña Yuiza’s garden is the pride and joy of the neighborhood. When mysterious destructive forces threaten her carefully tended yard one night, the entire community must pull together to protect it. Luna de Cuernos, a modern interpretation of a Puerto Rican folktale, is a story of a tight-knit group of friends and family under threat, and the risks they will take to defend all that they own.
Alexandre Tansman — Suite pour Trio d’Anches
Mario Lavista — Cinco Danzas Breves
Miguel del Aguila — Wind Quintet No. 2
Alberto Ginastera — Duo for Flute and Oboe
Bohuslav Martinů — Four Madrigals, for Oboe, Clarinet and Bassoon, H. 266, selected movements
Jörg Widmann — Fantasie for Clarinet
This performance is free and reservations are not required.