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Fanfare for the National Anthem Red Feather Lakes, CO, United States
Fox Acres 200 Fox Acres Drive West
Red Feather Lakes, CO 80545
United States

Composer Ethan Boxley’s Fanfare for the National Anthem and his arrangement of National Anthem in G will be performed by the Fort Collins Symphony Orchestra during its upcoming July 7 (Red Feather Lakes) concert.

Fanfare for the National Anthem Fort Collins, CO, United States
1599 City Park Drive
Fort Collins, CO 80521
United States
(970) 221-6363

Composer Ethan Boxley’s Fanfare for the National Anthem and his arrangement of National Anthem in G will be performed by the Fort Collins Symphony Orchestra during its upcoming July 4 (FC City Park) concert.

Senior Recital Evanston, IL, USA
Mary B. Galvin Recital Hall, Northwestern University 70 Arts Circle
Evanston, IL 60208
USA

This program of original compositions by Ethan Boxley is being presented in partial fulfillment of the requirements for a Bachelor of Music degree.

Contemporary Music Ensemble Evanston, IL, USA
Mary B. Galvin Recital Hall, Northwestern University 70 Arts Circle
Evanston, IL 60208
USA

The ensemble will be performing my 'Reflections on Water'. The peice 'Reflections on Water’ is an attempt to combine unmeasured chant with unmeasured improvised lines which are meant to imitate the rhythms and pitch patterns of streamlets of water. The luminous chords in the second half of the piece are analogous to moonlight or lamp light reflected off of lakewater. The premises this peice was conceived during a number of nighttime walks around the little lake beside Norris and Annenberg Hall.

Spektral Quartet - Institute for New Music at Bienen Evanston, IL, USA
Mary B. Galvin Recital Hall, Northwestern University 70 Arts Circle
Evanston, IL 60208
USA

The quartet will be performing my work for string quartet "Supplication". The piece combines the form of a ricercar (a composition that is based on a repeating theme accompanied by other interweaving melodic lines) with material based on transcriptions of water, as well as the dissonances of 1940’s tonality.

The piece is titled "Supplication" because of the contrast between the more dissonant portions of the music and rare instances of a clearer theme towards which these portions are reaching.