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Sunday September 17, 2017

On Sunday September 17, 2017, you will have two chances to hear Trio La Milpa perform Viet Cuong’s Suite for Two Oboes and English horn, one the group’s signature works. Praised by the New York Times and the Philadelphia Inquirer, along with numerous musical publications, Viet Cuong has become one of the most influential young composers of our time. A graduate of Princeton University and currently enrolled in Curtis Institute’s Artist Diploma program, Viet Cuong was the winner of the 2009 Peabody/Trio La Milpa Composition Competition and the 2013 ASCAP Morton Gould Young Composers’ Award for his Suite. Trio La Milpa premiered the work in May 2009 and performed it at the 2011 International Double Reed Society Conference in Scottsdale, Arizona.

Come hear Trio La Milpa perform Viet Cuong’s Suite on September 17 at 3pm, 7:30pm, or both! 3pm in Catonsville, 7:30 in Baltimore. More information on the links below. See you there! Twice?

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