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I/O Festival 2022 - I/O Ensemble

Thu, January 13th, 2022
4:00 pm

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I/O FEST 2022 – I/O Ensemble presents an exciting program of new sounds.

Matthew Gold, percussion, plays Great Birnam Wood for marbles and drum set by Carolyn Chen. Pianist Doris Stevenson presents Virales (Stained Glass) by faculty composer Ileana Perez Velázquez. Sacrament by Mario Díaz de Leon is performed by Jacqueline DeVoe, flute; Bixby Kennedy, clarinet; and Matthew Gold, marimba. The concert concludes with Carolyn Chen’s Relationships with Gravity for ensemble and video. Audrey Shadle ’24, violin; Caroline Tally ’22, cello; Matthew Gold, vibraphone; Roman Ruiz ’22, percussion; and Sara Stebbins ’24, conductor.

Reservations are free and open to the public, but advance registration is required for each event. This link will take you to the Clark Art Institute website…click on “tickets” to make a reservation.

All I/O events at the Clark are subject to the Covid-19 rules implemented by the Clark. Please check the exact status using the above link. Masking and proof of vaccination are required.


Presented by the Williams College Department of Music

January 13-16 @ The Clark Art Institute

Matthew Gold, Director

I/O Fest 2022: The Music of Now

I/O Fest is the Williams College Department of Music’s annual expedition into the music of today. Over the course of four days and nights, performers and audiences tour a world of new sounds and adventurous music. I/O Fest invites listeners to experience music in new ways with a focus on cutting edge composition and unconventional modes of performance. Performances, talks, and workshops are held in the ’62 Center for Theatre & Dance and The Clark Art Institute. I/O Fest 2022 features guest ensembles, music by composers-in-residence, and performances by the I/O Ensemble, IOTA, and an array of Williams faculty, students, alumni, and guests. I/O invites listeners to experience the music of now.

I/O Fest was founded in 2010 by Steven Dennis Bodner, Matthew Gold, and David Kechley.


The Clark Art Institute
Conforti Pavilion
225 South Street
Williamstown, MA 01267

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