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On Sunday May 1, 2005, the University of Southern Mississippi School of Music presents Int�grales 2005 - the first of an annual concert series featuring contemporary music. The festival concert is at 6:00 PM at the Mannoni Performing Arts Center stage on USM's Hattiesburg campus. Admission to the event is free, although donations for School of Music scholarships will be accepted at the door.

This year's exciting Int�grales features five world-premiere performances of compositions penned by USM students, faculty, and alumni. Among these are Alan Theisen's choral work "Sic Mea Fata" and James Everette Minchew's "Hydra", a musical depiction of the infamous mythological beast.

The festival will truly have something for everyone, whether they think they like "new" music or not. From Dr. Maryann Kyle's presentation of Berg's Four Songs to the premiere of a saxophone hommage to Bach by doctoral student Marcus Ballard, all audience members are sure to take something memorable from the evening's program.

The Int�grales Festival was established by students and faculty in the Department of Music Theory. The goal of the series is to to bring attention to younger composers and to revisit overlooked masterpieces from the past century.

USM alumni Kristina Havard and David Parks will also perform two pieces by famed Italian composer Luciano Berio that evening. The event will commemorate the second anniversary of Berio's passing.

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