songbirdsongs performances will be Sunday, October 30 @ 7PM and Monday, October 31 @ 7PM.
Malleus is the graduate percussion group of the University of Arizona Fred Fox School of Music. Malleus specializes in percussion chamber music of the 20th and 21st centuries with an emphasis on new works by living composers.
Members include Corey Denham, Griffin Law, Hannah Ransom and Katelynn Ward. The group is directed by University of Arizona faculty members Dr. Morris Palter and Dr. Brett Reed.
songbirdsongs is a work from Pulitzer Prize winning composer John Luther Adams. Adams self- describes his music as “a lifelong search for home—an invitation to slow down, pay attention, and remember our place within the larger community of life on earth.” songbirdsongs scored for various percussion instruments and two piccolos extends this invitation by setting various bird songs and atmospheric textures in a way that does not merely evoke a place but becomes one of its own. For this performance Malleus will be joined by flutists Cassandra Gunn and Alexis Houchin.
Tickets are free and available here(link is external).