CityMusic Cleveland to give local debut of parable for young and old
There's a moment in Avner Dorman's "Uzu and Muzu From Kakaruzu," a fairy tale about conflict resolution for narrator, two percussionists and orchestra, when the musicians play extended techniques that depict the snoring of the story's two brothers.
"The kids love it," said the Israeli-born composer, referring to audience members. "My wife thinks it's a commentary on some contemporary composers."
Not, surely, on a composer named Dorman, who has won ...