Episode 4 - Identity, Love, and Death with Dominick DiOrio

This week, we interview composer Dominick DiOrio. Dominick is one of the youngest-ever tenured conducting faculty members at Indiana University’s Jacob School of Music, and his work with the school's vocal ensemble NOTUS has earned him acknowledgment as one of today's most important young composers. Join us as we follow Dominick through some of the most profound themes of his music - identity, love, and death. 

Dominick DiOrio’s music will be performed in several cities before the end of April including:

April 21 - Macalester College Premiere. Mairs Concert Hall, Macalester College, St. Paul, MN - 7:30 pm

April 23 - Ithaca College Lincoln Center Preview Concert. Ford Hall, Ithaca College - 4:00 pm

April 26 - NIU Chamber Choir & All-University Chorus. Boutell Memorial Concert Hall, Northern Illinois University, Dekalb, IL - 8:00 pm

April 27 - Hendrix College Premiere. Hendrix College, Conway, AR - 7:30 pm

April 28 - Hofstra University Chamber Choir Spring Tour. Cathedral of the Incarnation, Garden City, NY - 7:30 pm

April 29 - Ithaca College @ Lincoln Center. Alice Tully Hall / Lincoln Center, New York, NY - 8:00 pm

Texas State University Premiere. Texas State University, San Marcos, TX - 7:30 pm