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The conference will conclude with the Chamber Innovista Concert Series at 3 p.m. Nov. 14 in the School of Music recital hall.

Performance pieces include the following:

“Dali’s Cane” by Ron Wray, with School of Music graduate students Sarah Robinson (flute) and Katie Brown (clarinet) and School of Music faculty Joseph Rackers (piano);

“Kite Sonata” by Timothy Polashek, with Lynn Kompass and Phillip Bush (piano);

“Poor Man’s Diamond” by Yuan Pieying, with James Ackley (trumpet), Brad Edwards (trombone) and Ron Davis (tuba);

“21 Miles to Coolville” by David Smooke, with Michael Harley and School of Music students Myrmarie Velez, Katie Natella and Bob Evans (bassoon);

“Accelerando Poco a Poco” by Joo Won Park, with Megan Bennett (flute), Joseph Eller (clarinet), Cliff Leaman (saxophone), James Ackley (trumpet) and Scott Herring (percussion);

“Politics, Money, Music” by Christopher Coleman, with James Ackley and students Steven Rushing (trumpet), Robert Pruzin (horn), Brad Edwards (trombone) and Ron Davis (tuba);

“Project Remix” by Mei-Fang Lin, with Jennifer Parker-Harley (flute), Rebecca Schalk Nagel (oboe), Joseph Eller (clarinet) and Craig Butterfield (double bass).

For more information on the Society for Composers International conference or other School of Music events, visit the website at music.sc.edu.

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