By Tom Strini
June 11, 2014
Tom Strini Writes
f I weren't going to the PianoArts Competition Final tonight (Wednesday), I would be at the Third Coast Percussion concert at UWM's Inova Gallery, in the Kenilworth Building on Kenilworth at Prospect.
TCP played smashingly on a Present Music program back in October. In case you missed it, check this out:
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The percussion concert -- a collaboration between UWM's Peck School and Present Music -- relates to Leo Saul Berk's Inova show, The Uncertainty of Enclosure. Berk here considers the idiosyncratic architecture of Bruce Goff, specifically Goff's remarkable Ford House, in Aurora, Ill. Goff was also a composer, and Third Coast will perform arrangements of music Goff made for piano rolls.
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