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EDGE Ensemble & Conservatory Choir
04.13.21 | Bright Box Theater
Shenandoah New Music


EDGE Ensemble & Conservatory Choir

Jonathan Newman, director
Timothy J. Robblee, director
Matt Oltman, director

Wednesday, April 13, 2022 at 8PM
Bright Box Theater
Shenandoah Conservatory


Caroline Shaw

Jacob Routhier, percussion
Chance Morris, percussion
Austin Dettor, percussion
Karlyn Viña, percussion

in manus tuas

Caroline Shaw

Julian Schwarz, violoncello

Dolce Cantavi

Caroline Shaw

Carly Baron, soprano
Bailey Kinsella, soprano
Violet Neikirk, alto

Gustave Le Gray

Caroline Shaw

Minji Lee, piano

Limestone and Felt

Caroline Shaw (b. 1982)

Jaylon Hayes-Keller, viola
John Keane, violoncello

and the swallow

Caroline Shaw


Matthew Oltman, director


I. Allemande

Caroline Shaw


Matthew Oltman, director

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