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Linda Dusman’s (Professor/Composition) magnificat 3: lament performed in Athens, Greece

Linda Dusman’s (Professor/Composition) magnificat 3: lament was performed by the Polish violinist Anna Zielinska at the ElectroMediaWorks 08 festival in Athens, Greece in May. A new work for two flutes, An Unsubstantial Territory, was premiered by the inHale Duo (Lisa Cella and Jane Rigler) in Piacenza, Italy in June. Dr. Dusman is also writing a bi-weekly blog for the American Music Center's New Music Box, and her article "Luminous Presence: Thomas DeLio's 'think on parch'" was published in Essays on the Music and Theoretical Writings of Thomas DeLio, edited by Thomas Licata.

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