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XXVI New Music Miami Festival: Alumni Composers Concert

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Wednesday, February 1 at 7:00pm

WLF - The Wolfsonian
1001 Washington AVE 33139, The Wolfsonian - FIU, Miami, Florida 33139

7:00PM Pre-Concert Discussion
7:30PM Concert

Free Admission thanks to a grant provided by the City of Miami Beach

Alumni composers return to campus! FIU’s professional contemporary chamber music ensemble, FIU NODUS Ensemble, performs works by School of Music graduates. Our alumni have pursued careers in a variety of fields: acoustic and electronic composition, musicology, theory, audio production, conducting, education, concert management, performance, and others.

We’re celebrating 26 years! This year, the festival runs from January 2022 through April 2022 and includes the presentation of music by composers from around the world, many of whom are present to discuss their music for FIU students and audiences. Info at

What does ISCM stand for?
ISCM stands for International Society for Contemporary Music. It is a prestigious international network of members from around fifty countries, devoted to the promotion and presentation of contemporary music - the music of our time. Through ISCM, our members promote contemporary music in all its varied forms, strengthening musical life in their local contexts and making their music and its creators known to world. The ISCM embraces the diverse music of its many members without discrimination on the basis of race, gender, religion, or politics.

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