CANCELLED: Indiana University New Music Ensemble “Indiana Remixed”
April 21, 2020
CANCELLED: Indiana University New Music Ensemble “Indiana Remixed”

Due to Governor Holcomb’s announced steps to reduce the spread of the coronavirus in Indiana, events at the Butler Arts & Events Center (of Butler University) are cancelled or postponed today through Monday, May 11. Click here for a full statement.

The Indiana University New Music Ensemble and director David Dzubay present “Indiana Remixed” with support from the IU Arts & Humanities Council. The last of the group’s three “Indiana Remixed” concerts will take place on April 21st at 7:30pm in the Scrott Center for the Arts at Butler University. In a celebration of Indiana University at its bicentennial, the bold program features five world premieres by Indiana-based composers: two Jacobs School of Music alumni (James Aikman and Eric Nathan), a current graduate student (Patrick Holcomb), a retiring faculty member (Claude Baker), and a Butler University professor (Michael Schelle).


James Aikman: New Work (2020)

Patrick Holcomb: The Harvest of the Amulet of the Deer (2020) – Georgina Joshi Composition Commission Award

Eric Nathan: New Work (2020) – Fromm Commission

Michael Schelle: Summit at San Quentin (2019)

Claude Baker: New Work (2020)