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04/05/2017

Success for the concert, "At the Origins of Art Music for the Flute" in Florence.

The ICAMus concert of Early-Romantic American Music, At the Origins of Art Music for the Flute in North America, successully took place yesterday in Florence. Works by Edward Riley, Benjamin Carr, Anthony Ph. Heinrich, Stephen C. Foster. Myung San Ko, soprano; Kyle Sullivan, baritone; Viola Shaula Valerio, flute; Anna Toccafondi, piano and ensemble direction. A collaboration of ICAMus with Conservatorio di Musica “L. Cherubini” di Firenze, and Villa-Museo Bardini. Please view the first photos by Jae Hun Choi.

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FIND DETAILED INFORMATION ON THIS EARLY AMERICAN MUSIC PROGRAM HERE. SONGS TEXTS AND TRANSLATIONS, AND A PROGRAM NOTE ARE ALSO AVAILABLE FOR DOWLOAD (PDF) HERE.

The April 4, 2017 ICAMus program marked the inauguration of the Affiliation Agreement between the Center and the Music Conservatory of Florence, stipulated to pursue common educational and research projects focusing on American music of the past and the present time.