Celebrating Crumb and Wernick

Sadly, thanks to the failure of a car service that was supposed to pick him up, Dick Wernick was not at the concert we had at Penn featuring his music and that of George Crumb. However, George did get there, and here are a few pictures to prove it.

First, George and his wife Liz after the concert (in the background, Penn emeritus Tom Connolly with his wife):

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Min-Young Kim, first violin of the Daedalus Quartet, which had just played George’s Black Angels, chatting with George:

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Here’s a close-up of George:

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And a picture of many, many Penn composers:

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standing from left: Andrew Davis, Kai Young Chan, Michael McMillan, Gerald Levinson, myself, Luke Carlson, Jay Reise, Ke-Chia Chen, Marc LeMay, with George and Liz Crumb seated.

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