Kentucky Arts and Culture
Composition Customized For The Chamber Musicians Who Premiere It
Knowing who will perform a piece of music is a great advantage for composers…they can create a sound well-suited to a performer’s skills. It’s an advantage enjoyed by Raymond Lustig, the composer-in-residence for this week’s Chamber Music Festival of Lexington. In creating a piece specifically for the festival, Lustig collaborated with the vocalist who will sing it. Composer-in-Residence Raymond Lustig. The world premiere of the music he created specifically for the Chamber Music Festival of Lexington is Saturday evening at the Fasig-Tipton Pavillion.