New Music Concert Series Presents Spatial Forces Duo
(Delaware and Chester Counties, PA • October 12, 2015)—Delaware County Community College’s New Music Concert Series presents Spatial Forces Duo on Sunday, October 25 at 3 p.m. The concert will be held in the College’s Large Auditorium in the Academic Building on the Marple Campus (901 S. Media Line Road, Media, PA).
Jessica Lindsey and Christy Banks have been performing and teaching as the Spatial Forces Duo since 2008. They greatly value presenting works by living composers and working with students as a duo. Recently they traveled to the Yew Chung International School-Shanghai, presenting works by American composers for clarinet solo, clarinet duo, and one or more clarinets with electronics.
Banks is Associate Professor of Music (Clarinet and Saxophone) at Millersville University of Pennsylvania where she also serves as Assistant Chair of the Music Department. Prior to her appointment to the Millersville University Music Faculty in 2005, Banks taught clarinet, saxophone, and related music courses at Nebraska Wesleyan University, Concordia University, Doane College, Union College and Peru State College. She has been a member of many professional ensembles including the Lincoln Symphony Orchestra, the Nebraska Symphony Chamber Orchestra, and the Nebraska Chamber Players. Interested in newly composed music, Banks is a founding member of Lincoln's New Music Agency and performs with the Lancaster-based Naked Eye Ensemble. Internationally, she has performed at the International Clarinet Association's ClarinetFests® in 2011 and 2012 and as a soloist in Germany and Austria.
Lindsey currently teaches clarinet and saxophone at the University of Alaska-Fairbanks. From 2004-10, Lindsey held adjunct positions at institutions of higher education in southeast Nebraska, where she taught applied clarinet, saxophone, and music-related coursework and performed with the Lincoln and Omaha Symphonies and the New Music Agency. She has presented clinics and recitals throughout the United States from Alaska to Texas as well as at international venues and has presented at ClarinetFests® 2012 and 2013.
Admission is $10 and tickets are available online or at the door. ADA Assistive Listening Devices, accessible seating and parking available. Visit www.dccc.edu/concerts or contact Caitlin Flaherty, Assistant to the Dean for Arts Programming and Managing Director of Articulture, at 610-359-5266 with any questions.
About the New Music Concert Series
The College’s New Music Series brings some of the world’s top musicians closer to home for residents of Delaware and Chester Counties. The series highlights the expansive musical experience available in the 21st century, presenting virtuosic and cutting-edge musicians from around the globe. Visit www.dccc.edu/concerts for more information.