I meant to take a lot more pictures at Network for New Music’s 30th anniversary celebration last weekend, but only got a few. Here at left is Philip Maneval of the Philadelphia Chamber Music Society (who was my classmate at Penn), alongside my Penn faculty colleague Jay Reise:
followed by my other Penn composition faculty colleague, Anna Weesner, with the conductor of the Network Ensemble, composer Jan Kryzwicki:
The view from the roof of the Settlement Music School (where all the composers involved in the Exquisite Corpse project posed for a group shot) is remarkable:
Here’s the group shot, taken by Annie Sarachan – sorry, I can’t identify everybody in the picture:
but the composers involved in the project were: Ingrid Arauco, Jennifer Barker, Kyle Bartlett, Richard Brodhead, Robert Capanna, Luke Carlson, Andrea Clearfield, Gene Coleman, Daniel Dorff, Paul Epstein, Cynthia Folio, Jeremy Gill, Gerald Levinson, Robert Maggio, Philip Maneval, Roberto Pace, Joo Won Park, James Primosch, Jay Reise, Andrew Rudin, David Shapiro, Kile Smith, Tony Solitro, Evan Solot, Van Stiefel, David Bennett Thomas, Augusta Read Thomas, Adam Vidiksis, Anna Weesner, Thomas Whitman, and Maurice Wright.
Go here for pictures from Network’s 25th anniversary.