Locations and program order are subject to change.

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Thursday, June 3
 1PM:  University of Louisiana at Monroe's Emy-Lou Biedenharn Recital Hall (Monroe, LA)

  • Teach the Torches to Burn Bright

  • Qin Xiao Yi

  • Liquid Desires Reborn

  • Gravity

  • In-pulse

  • Invention of Oil, 1434/On David 1508

7PM: Downtown Art Crawl (Monroe, LA)

  • The Golden Age Cannot be Picked Up

  • Phosphenes

  • hands, empty except

  • After You

  • As the moon runs red

Friday, June 4

11AM: Louisiana Tech University's Visual Arts Center (Ruston, LA)

  • Things I Have Seen in My Dreams

  • CSPBWV 001

  • Lithographs

  • Riverdaughter

  • Reverie

 3PM:  Louisiana Tech University's Centennial Plaza Amphitheatre (Ruston, LA)

  • Ahalugisdi Unole

  • Mountain Idyll: Les Trois Tétons

  • Rhythmic Mosaics

  • Imaginary Stories

  • Chaw

  • My Left Frontal Lobe

  • Four Modes: impetUS

7PM: Ruston Artisans (Ruston, LA)

  • Climbing High

  • Cradle to Crypt

  • The Voice of Rain

  • Scherben

  • Desperate Measures

  • Three Songs on Poems by Stephen Crane

Saturday, June 5

10:30AM: Black Bayou National Wildlife Refuge (Monroe, LA)

  • Natal Monuments

  • 24/7

  • Pelican Bay

  • Ogopogo

  • Trio for Clarinet, Violin, and Cello

  • All the Trees of the Field Clapped Their Hands

3PM: University of Louisiana at Monroe's Brown Auditorium (Monroe, LA)

  • En donde los silencios enmudecen

  • Bagatelles

  • Southern Specter

  • In Convenience

  • ...most of Us...

7PM: Biedenharn Museum and Gardens (Monroe, LA)

  • Everything is Blowing Away

  • Pisgah

  • Free to Be

  • chain maille

  • iridescent Shadows

  • Being Black

  • Under the Long Shadow of Senseless Acts

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MISSION
producing professional performances of works by contemporary composers; giving modern music a voice; inspiring communities with fresh ideas about the performing arts
New Music on the Bayou (“NMB”) is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt non-profit organization incorporated in the state of Louisiana and headquartered in Monroe, LA. Coordinated by Mel Mobley and Greg Lyons, the organization was formed to bring its namesake summer festival to the community for the first time in 2016.