Contemporary music duo performing Sunday in Williamstown


WILLIAMSTOWN >> Pioneer Valley musicians pianist Andrew D'Antonio and flutist Erin Pulley wrap up a four-community concert tour Sunday with a 3 p.m. performance at St. John's Episcopal Church, 35 Park St.

The program of 20th- and 21st century music music includes three world premieres: "From Concord" by University of Massachusetts composition professor Salvatore Macchia, principal bassist with the Springfield Symphony, and two commissions — "Tool-Being" by Ben Wylie and "Alethe" by Northampton-based composer Mara Penatzer. Also on the program are compositions by by Olivier Messiaen, Salvatore Sciarriono, and Viet Cuong.

Admission is free but donations are encouraged.

The tour began Tuesday at Community Music School of Springfield and included stops in Northampton and Somerville.

In addition to being a member of the faculty at Community Music School of Springfield, D'Antonio is organist/pianist and vocal coach at Faith United Church in Springfield, operates a music studio from his home in Northampton, and teaches aural skills and piano at UMass-Amherst.


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