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For the third concert of its 28th season at Merkin Hall on Wednesday, March 9, 2005 at 8:00 p.m., the Washington Square Contemporary Music Society will present the young composer/performer collective counter)induction in a program of six works, two each by young, mid-career, and senior composers. Hailed by The New York Times for their "fiery ensemble virtuosity," counter)induction performers consist of clarinetist Benjamin Fingland, violinist Asmira Woodward-Page, violist Jessica Meyer, cellist Katherine Cherbas, and pianist Blair McMillen. Following a recent c)i concert, Allan Kozinn of The New York Times wrote: �What kept the program fascinating was the vitality the players brought to the music. These performances were not merely dutiful; they sang and danced."

Their program will include two quintets written for the ensemble: a world premiere by the young New York composer/pianist Daniel Beliavsky titled The Animals' Race, based on a short story without title by the Soviet absurdist writer Daniel Harms, and Quintet l'homme arme by Washington area composer Douglas Boyce, a c)i founder/member whose work is based on the medieval tune of the same name. Further ensemble works on the program are the reflective quintet Canzona and Dance by Brian Fennelly and the virtuosic sextet Amnesia Variance by Lee Hyla, which will feature guest artist William Ruyle on hammered dulcimer. Senior composers George Crumb and Ursula Mamlok will be represented by the delicate Four Nocturnes for violin and piano and the dramatic Polyphony I for solo clarinet, respectively.

A reception for the performers, composers, and audience will follow the concert.

Tickets for March 9th are $15, sr. citizens $10, students $5 at the Merkin Hall box office.

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