Caitlin Rowley and Misha Penton at Classical:NEXT

Misha Penton and Caitlin Rowley (Bastard Assignments) have both been selected for Classical:NEXT’s Encore Showcase this year. Misha will be showing her (micro)REQUIEM while Bastard Assignments will show the first performance of Alexander Schubert’s Browsing, Idling, Investigating, Dreaming from their series of Lockdown Jams.

More information on the series and links to the performances can be found at the Classical: NEXT website. The trailer is below, which also includes the Australian ensemble Decibel who we hope are visiting us later in the year.

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