It Wasn’t A Dream
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Two major chamber works by Kurt Rohde are given definitive performances.

Composer/performer Kurt Rohde is artistic advisor with the Left Coast Chamber Ensemble and the Composers Conference, as well as a curator at the Center for New Music. A professor at University of California-Davis, Rohde received the Rome and Berlin Prizes as well as awards from the American Academy of Arts and Letters, and the Barlow, Fromm, Hanson, and Koussevitzky Foundations. The sequence of poems Rohde chose for the first work on the recording (It wasn't a dream…) are by Diane Seuss and is written for soprano (Charlotte Mundy), tenor (Andrew Fuchs), and piano four hands (Michael Brofman and Miori Sugiyama). The second work, Treatises for an Unrecovered Past is for string quartet and was inspired by music treatises and is performed by the Lydian Quartet.
Kurt Rohde, composer
It Wasn't A Dream…
Charlotte Mundy (soprano); Andrew Fuchs (tenor); Miori Sugiyama (piano); Michael Brofman (piano)

Kurt Rohde, composer
Treatises for an Unrecovered Past
Lydian Quartet

Review to come.