Center for 21st Century Music

Center for 21st Century Music

Photo by Irene Haupt

For fifty years, the Music Department at the University at Buffalo has maintained and nurtured a commitment to creative and performing artists at the forefront of contemporary music. The Center for 21st Century Music, founded and directed by composer David Felder in 2006, is built on this legacy, featuring the internationally renowned "June in Buffalo" festival, the Slee Sinfonietta Chamber Orchestra concert series, and the Wednesday Series of performances, lecture presentations, and workshops. The Center for 21st Century Music is dedicated to the creation and production of new work upholding the highest artistic standards of excellence while simultaneously fostering a complementary atmosphere of creative investigation.

Staff:

David Felder, artistic director
J.T. Rinker, managing director
Eileen Felder, grant writer
Sharon Mok, piano and keyboard technician
Chris Jacobs, technology, sound reinforcement, and recording
Phil Rehard, concert hall production
Dusti Dean, financial officer
Rick Scott, editor, edge of the center blog
Ethan Hayden, website manager

Contact:

For general info, contact J.T. Rinker, managing director:

phone: (716) 645-0624
fax: (716) 645-3824
email: jtrinker@buffalo.edu

Center for 21st Century Music

Photo by Irene Haupt

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