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Tom Goldstein (Associate Professor/ Percussion) and UMBC Percussion Ensemble Perform at Baltimore's Sub-basement Studios

At the Sub-basement Studios in downtown Baltimore, Tom Goldstein (Associate Professor/ Percussion) performed a percussion recital, "Speaking of Silence," assisted by colleagues and the UMBC Percussion Ensemble. Included in the program was the world premiere of transients/waves for solo percussion, by Thomas DeLio. Professor Goldstein’s essay, "...breaking the silence," was published by Edwin Mellen Press in Essays on the Music and Theoretical Writings of Thomas DeLio, Contemporary American Composer.

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