NMoP Final Performances Part 2

And now, our final performance post from New Music on the Point. This performance took place at the Middlebury Town Hall, close enough to the town’s shopping district that Herine could steal away to buy a flyaway cardigan. Once again, we need to apologize for our video camera’s flakiness – we’ve since bashed it about again, and all seems to be working as it should. But, at least the audio is there! Enjoy!

Andrew Watts – Noir Sensations
Melissa Snoza, flute – Natalie Spehar, cello – Adam Marks, piano

Jason Charney – Blacklight
Drew Williams, violin and Adam Marks, piano

Nathan Prillaman – The Lily
Stephanie Beattie, soprano and Jillian Zack, piano

Jordan Kuspa – “I am very fond of you, Cecily”
Xela Pinkerton, soprano and Jillian Zack, piano

David Gottlieb – “Where To?”
Jennifer Woodrum, clarinet – Tristan Rais-Sherman, cello – Adam Marks, piano

Dan Kohane – Obsession
Herine Coetzee Koschak, cello and Adam Marks, piano

Nathan Prillaman – Labyrinth
Jennifer Woodrum, clarinet – Drew Williams, violin – Adam Marks, piano


Derek Jenkins – Ich Klag
Jennifer Beattie, mezzo-soprano and Jillian Zack, piano

Daniel Brottman – As the Cat
Jennifer Beattie, mezzo-soprano and Adam Marks, piano

The Jabberwocky
with Samantha Whalen, clarinet

Danielle Williams – Scenes of Aix
Samantha Whalen, clarinet – Drew Williams, violin – Adam Marks, piano

Liza White – Labor Day
Jennifer Beattie, mezzo-soprano and Jillian Zack, piano

Daniel Kohane – your anger is coming off as erratic to people.
Jennifer Beattie, mezzo-soprano and Jillian Zack, piano
Fifth House Ensemble

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