It is a sleepy village, small, prosperous, out-of-the-way. Of course, no one will speak of what happened to the vicar’s wife, and it doesn’t do to look at the church steeple once the sun goes down.
When she was a living child, her parents lay stupid with drink instead of giving her food to eat. Now that she is dead, she does not let them sleep.
A great black dog, regal in bearing, they say her paws leave no mark on the moors. She protects her people, but her eyes burn with cold phosphorescence.
His high collar and lace cravat speak of noble birth. But at night, an uncanny whistling can be heard from under the eaves of the manor house.
Our full cast of characters will reunite in the suite's final dance, MASH.
Brett Deubner [Aaron Copland School of Music, Queens College], primary commissioner
Jordan Bak [University of North Carolina School of the Arts]
Hannah E. Barton [DePaul University] Chicago, IL
Sam Bergman Minneapolis, MN
Aria Cheregosha [Tallā Rouge Viola Duo]
Steph Dye & Andy Martone St. Louis, MO
Erika Eckert [University of Colorado Boulder College of Music] Boulder, CO
Jordan M Holloway [Dad Village Symphony Orchestra]
Andy Reiner [Fiddle Hell, Rustic Roots Retreat] Black Hawk, CO
Dr. Robyn Savitzky [Artist-in-Residence at Miami Cancer Institute]
Conrad R Sclar Midland, TX
Lauren Spaulding [Thalea String Quartet, Tallā Rouge Viola Duo] Mt. Rainier, MD
Nicholas Tisherman [Colorado Symphony] Denver, CO
Alexander Vittal Denver, CO
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