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Psalm 23 by Ofer Ben-Amots
Over the years, New Music Delaware and the Still Breathing/SCI have hosted numerous internationally-renowned, established and emerging composers from around the world through a wide variety of events.
These events have ranged from concerts presented by UD faculty to master classes and workshops for UD composition students. In the early years, New Music Delaware hosted composers such as Copland and Persichetti. During
the late 20th century New Music Delaware hosted a regional
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Shoenberg's Pierre Lunaire, part I
In recent years, New Music Delaware has hosted a
wide variety of composers and new music ensembles on the UD campus, in
addition to presenting performances of works such as Schoenberg's Pierrot Lunaire and
commissioning new works. Whatever the form of the event, the highly
vibrant and innovative New Music Delaware Festival continues its legacy
of supporting the next generation of great composers and masterpieces!