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Zae Munn: selected recent events


Tapestry is in rehearsal for a dance-music collaboration with choreographer Michele Foust; performances Apr. 26 and 27 at Saint Mary's College

In the works: 3 mvmts. for scordatura cello;

small consortium commission


Recital of works for violin, cello, and piano:

From This Scanty Plot of Ground,Garavaglia Dances,
With a Vengeance, 
2 Kabalevsky arrangments for cello and piano, Forays and Trysts

Saint Mary's College, Aug. 29

Composed The More the Merrier, the Fewer the Better Fare, for cl, bn, and bayan accordion
Commissioned by the Indiana Music Teachers Association; p
remiered Sept. 30, Anderson University

Composed Tapestry, for fl, cl, vn, horn, 2 voices, hand perc

2023, cont.

Classical Music Indy, Local Classical Featured Artist, Mar. 20 through Apr. 2

Composed Play the Cards You're Dealt, for vla, mar/xyl, bari sax 
Dance collaboration with choreographer Michele Foust, performances Apr. 28 and 29


Projectual, for solo cello was choreographed 

by Michele Foust for DanceArts2022: Dancers and Friends Unite! Saint Mary's College; Feb. 11 and 12

Composed Hestia Climbs Down Off Her Pedestal, for 8 trumpets

Commissioned by Trompettes Soniques for performaces at the International Womens 
Brass Conference (May) and the
International Trumpet Guild Conference (June)

Composed From This Scanty Ground, for piano trio; video premiere by Charlotte Munn-Wood, Emily Munn-Wood, Geena Kam


Composed Ceasefire, the military embedded
in civil society, 
for orchestra

Commissioned by South Bend Symphony for

Jan. 9 premiere

Composed Permeatefor 20 saxophones in five
separated groups, for the University of Michigan Saxophone Studio


Composed Seeking the Inner Calm, for solo piano, for Clare Longendyke for inclusion

in Snapshot: An Exquisite Corpse; premiered Oct. 2

Charlotte Munn-Wood performed Forays and Trysts, for solo violin, on Aug. 29, in a livestreamed concert by The Aerie

Composed Gnashing of Teeth, for alto sax and bass trombone
Commissioned by the Wozniak Duo for premiere at the 2020 NASA Biennial Conference on Mar. 7; performed again on Mar. 2

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