Richard D. Russell as part of “Counterpoints” at Fordham University

[F]ordham Uni­ver­sity, in con­junc­tion with the joun­ral, 19th Cen­tury Music, will present a two-day con­fer­ence explor­ing the inter­tex­tu­al­ity of lit­er­a­ture and music in the 1800s, with atten­dant ram­i­fi­ca­tions for today’s composers.

[T]he two-day con­fer­ence is Oct. 21–22, 2011, with a con­cert to con­clude the fes­tiv­i­ties. This con­clud­ing con­cert will include my new com­po­si­tion, Dantes Vari­a­tions, a theme and vari­a­tions on an orig­i­nal theme which is intended to evoke Edmond Dantes, the hero of Dumas’s book, “The Count of Monte Cristo.” This con­cert will meet at 7:30pm, Octo­ber 22 at Ford­ham University’s Lin­coln Cen­ter cam­pus, 113th West 60 Street at Colum­bus Avenue, 12th floor. (ADDRESS CORRECTED)

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About Richard D. Russell

This was written by Richard D. Russell, New York City based composer of fine music.