Because the LCCME is made up of the most advanced instrumentalists at Lafayette, rehearsal cycles are usually much shorter. Emphasis is placed on individual preparation for rehearsals, and the often demanding nature of the music will necessitate a great deal of outside work. Students who perform with LCCME are strongly encouraged to study privately.
The LCCME has commissioned and premiered several new works: a list of these appears below. These works are by both professional composers and student composers. In addition to ensemble works, students will also perform small chamber pieces, such as sonatas or unaccompanied works.
Kyle Benson: Secret Glances*
Sharon Chen: Dawn*
Ryan Dupuis: Serenity*
Sam Freiheiter: Kaleidescope*
Johnny Gossick: Undulations*
Gavin Hobbs ’12: Theme and Variation*
Zachary Jones: It Floods the Veins*
Zacary Jones: A Rose Awakened*
Ashley Kushner: Spring*
LCCME/Ilana Goldstein: Sunday, 10:17 am*
LCCME: Avian Requiem*
Darin Lewis: To Elysium*
Victoria Mulligan: Losing Grip*
Kirk O’Riordan: Twelve Adjectives*
Kirk O’Riordan: Time Lapses*
Kirk O’Riordan: Mantra*
Kirk O’Riordan: Five Dreams for Five Players*
Daniel Perttu: Auguries of Forest Dwellers*
Bill Pfaff: Tracery
Bill Pfaff: Beyond the Anchoring Ground*
Michael Ryan: Scenes from the Arctic Circle*
Marcus Salvadore: Thoughts*
Jason Sheng: Alive*
Haruki Yamaguchi: Continuous Uncertainty
*composed for LCCME
If you are interested in performing with the LCCME, please contact Dr. O’Riordan via the E-mail link to the right.
Here is a review of our March 10, 2011 concert: The Laf – Concert features original student compositions (pdf version).
Here is an article published by the Lafayette College Communications Office!