Dragon at a Party

'The piece, in four movements, weaves the scary with the silly, making
a great fabric for a Halloween concert. It's a rainbow of colours - great orchestration. There's text painting from the beginning to the end.’
 says Roger Tabler, music director of the Pittsburgh Philharmonic.

'They are rather bizarre, which I think adds to the fun, in a creepy
kind of way!’ says Valerie Golik, executive director. ‘I think it's a great way to encourage young people to envision poetry as music and
music as poetry.
                               Pittsburgh Post Gazette, October 2007 


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