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Augusta Read Thomas featured in Huffington Post's "Music I (Mostly) Hold Dear"
Asia writes about the composer's work EOS (Goddess of the Dawn), displayed in a new release by the Utah Symphony.
"Thomas’s music is, above all, colorful. Her bright dazzling colors transform over time, so that we are drawn into their metamorphosis," says Asia.
Philip Gossett, scholar of 19th-century Italian opera, 1941–2017
We are saddened by the loss of Philip Gossett, Robert W. Reneker Distinguished Service Professor Emeritus and former Dean of the Humanities Division. Gossett served as Chair of the Department of Music from 1978-84, and again in 1989.
Read about Phil's life and legacy in the articles below.
PhD Candidate Lindsay Wright wins National Academy of Education Spencer Dissertation Fellowship
Congratulations to Lindsay Wright, PhD candidate in music theory, for winning a prestigious National Academy of Education Spencer Dissertation Fellowship.
Augusta Read Thomas commissioned by consortium led by Santa Fe Opera, San Francisco Opera
Augusta Read Thomas has been commissioned by a consortium of opera companies, led by the Santa Fe Opera in association with the San Francisco Opera. Her new opera will receive its world premiere in 2019 at the Santa Fe Opera, and will be realized in collaboration with librettist Jason Kim.