Featuring Present Music, Milwaukee Choral Artists and
the Bucks Native American Singing and Drumming Group
Sunday, November 18, 2012 at 4pm
Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist
812 N. Jackson St., Milwaukee

Tickets for the BEST section are currently sold out.
Tickets for the GOOD and BARGAIN sections are still available!

Please join us at 3:15pm for a pre-concert talk with our featured composer, Timothy Andres.
Timothy will be discussing his piece, Comfort Food, and the creative process involved in the composition of this world premiere work!

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This performance is not recommended for children under 5 years of age. Thank you in advance for your cooperation.

Experience Thanksgiving through the spirit of music, rhythm and song! Present Music, under the direction of Kevin Stahlheim, continues the tradition of the annual Thanksgiving concert with pieces that will intrigue and inspire the soul. From the beating of drums to the echo of an organ, Present Music, along with Milwaukee Choral Artists, Vocal Arts Academy of Milwaukee and the Bucks Native American Singing and Drumming Group will capture the spirit of what Thanksgiving is all about; inclusion, community and gratitude. Become enveloped and captivated by the swirling sounds of strings, winds and women's voices in a world premiere commission from Timothy Andres. Grow with us, and create your own tradition!

Timothy Andres
(b. 1985, Palo Alto, CA) is a composer and pianist. He grew up in rural Connecticut and lives in Brooklyn, NY. His compositions meld a classical-music upbringing with diverse interests in the natural world, graphic arts, and technology. He has been praised for his “acute ear” by the New York Times’s Anthony Tommasini and “stubborn nose” by the New Yorker’s Alex Ross.

An avid pianist from an early age, Timothy (Timo for short) performs widely, focusing especially on music by his contemporaries. “New music cannot be intimidating when played with this degree of skill and zest,” proclaimed BostonGlobecritic Richard Dyer. Andres recently played solo concerts at Strathmore Performing Arts Center and on the Wordless Music Series at Miller Theater (Columbia University, NY), and performed his solo piano piece How can I live in your world of ideas? on the Los Angeles Philharmonic’s Green Umbrella series; the Los Angeles Times’s Mark Swed pronounced it “irresistible”.

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This event is an independent function and is not related to, nor sponsored by, nor controlled by the Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist.